Chiranjeevi’s brother Kalyan most searched celebrity candidate in LS polls | The Indian Express
With election speeches still making for interesting news, papers today write of the Gandhi vs Gandhi war of words. "Cousins Priyanka and Varun spar over "Betrayal of family" and opposing ideology" writes the Mail Today while the Asian Age says "Priyanka to Varun: This is no tea party, its war..."
The Tribune opines "with opinion polls writing off the Congress, party president Sonia Gandhi is all set to take centre stage in the remaining days of campaigning.
The Hindustan Times writes that the suspense over the next navy chief is almost over, with Vice Admiral Robin Dhowan likely to be the new chief.
Under the headline "Pak keen to boost trade between 2 Punjabs", the Tribune writes that Pakistan wants to do this in the larger interest of consolidating economic links with India.
"End of Capital road for wayward e - rickshaw", writes the Pioneer. The paper says that after failing to regulate electric rickshaws that are playing illegally in the Capital, the Delhi Govt. is now wanting to scrap this experiment.
Now life style changes for animals too - the Pioneer reports that no more sleepy animals for Delhi Zoo visitors. Believing that the animals must exercise for food and fitness, Zoo authorities have lined up a series of activities - from ropes, swings to stretching - the animals will be healthily occupied.
And finally, one more reason not to stay hungry. The Times of India writes that low levels of sugar can turn a niggling irritation into a Blazing row with your partner, according to a study. Being hungry and angry that is "Hangry", is definitely not relationship friendly!