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Many papers have a picture of Narendra Modi getting a warm send off from the new Gujarat CM and other party leaders in Ahmedabad yesterday, "Modi bids farewell - Aavjo Gujarat" is the caption in the Asian Age.
The Hindustan Times shows the preparations which are on in full swing at the forecourt of Rashtrapati Bhavan for the swearing in ceremony of the PM designate. "5000 troops, snipers, air defence to turn Prez house into fortress", writes the paper.
"Pak to announce today whether Nawaz will attend' writes the Pioneer. 'Most SAARC leaders coming, Modi's first bilateral meetings day after swearing in' is the Indian Express headline.
"Freshers take house by storm" writes the Mail Today, of move than 50 per cent members of parliament who are first times in the 16th Lok Sabha.
Team Rahul in under attack, writes the Statesman "advisors under fire, Rahul real target of anger in Congress? Asks the Times of India on its front page.
The Indian Express writes of Sonia's resignation from the Nehru Memorial Society, as Modi is its new head.
Lalu and Nitish burying the hatchet figures in many dailies. "Sworn enemies Lalu, Nitish close ranks against BJP", says the Times of India.
Gold prices crashing by 800 rupees to 28,550 rupees per 10 gms, a ten month low is reported by the Financial Express.
And finally, Most papers report of 19 year old Qaiser Ali from Lucknow who became the PM on twitter for 15 minutes! All because the official handle of the PM was changed without informing the social media, and @ PMO India was free and available!