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Narendra Modi delivering his speech in the central hall of Parliament after being elected as the leader of the BJP Parliamentary Party, AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal meeting Delhi. Lt. Governor and girls outshining boys in the CBSE class tenth exam are front page stories in papers today.
Almost all dailies, lead with pictures of an emotional Narendra Modi bowing down and paying obeisance at the steps of Parliament to demonstrate his high regard for what he described as the temple of Democracy. "Stooping to Conquer", writes the Times of India adding "After shaking his rivals, he moves his party", while the "Economic Times say, "PM elect Modi cries - wins hearts and hierarchy". The Pioneer opines that former parliamentary Affairs Minister Kamal Nath has emerged as the front runner to lead the Congress in the opposition benches.
The Hindu writes that in an ironic twist, AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal met the Delhi Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung yesterday seeking a week's time to explore the possibility of govt formation in Delhi.
"They asked me to choose : Godhra, Pandya or Akshardham", quoting Mohd. Saleem, acquitted by the Supreme Court in the Akshardham attack case, the Indian Express writes that Saleem was given this 'choice' of being implicated by the Gujarat Police.
The Tribune writes that a 4 year ban which barred SMS on prepaid mobile phones in J&K has been lifted by Chief Minister Omar Abdullah.
"President rejects mercy petition of Yakub Memon", writes the Indian Express.
And finally, everyone knows that drinking sugary drinks, such as fizzy drinks and some fruit Juices, can cause them to pile on the pounds. But new research suggests that they can also increase blood pressure by 70 per cent according to the Mail Today.