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Efforts at government formation dominate front page headlines today. "Modi will lean on core group to fill top berths" reports the Hindu. The Tribune observes "Modi reaches out to Advani, Joshi". The Times of India highlights the RSS' views as it writes "Jaitley and Rajnath should be in cabinet, feels Sangh".
As the Congress Working Committee meets today , the papers speculate on the likely agenda. The Pioneer reports " Rahul, advisors may face heat at CWC meet today". The Business Line says "Bringing in Priyanka, organisational elections among CWC agenda".
The political turmoil in Bihar with JD(U) legislators asking Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to take back his resignation gets wide coverage. Analysing the developments, the Hindustan Times writes "Resignation pays off, Nitish keeps JD(U) united, blocks BJP's coup bid".
The papers highlight some very interesting facts which are emerging with a more detailed analysis of the election results. Citing a survey done by the Association for Democratic Reforms , the Mail Today reports "Every third MP faces criminal charge". The Business Line citing the same report states that the average assets per MP in 2014 has gone up to 14.61 crore rupees as compared to 5.35 crore rupees in the last Lok Sabha.
In a special story the Times of India reports that the name of the next Army Chief Lt.General Dalbir Singh Suhag has been removed from the list of respondents in a case of alleged extra-judicial killing of three Manipuris in 2010.
The Hindustan Times and the Times of India say that a book by a London based author and journalist Nigel Cawthorne suggests that the yet untraced Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 was shot down during a joint Thai-US military training exercise.
And finally, The Asian Age informs us about the world's first Braille phone that goes on sale in the UK. Designed to help the visually challenged stay connected with friends and family, the phone costs 60 pounds.