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Pakistan Prime minister Nawaz Sharif's decision to attend the swearing in ceremony of Prime Minister designate Narendra Modi gets top billing in all the papers. "Sharif ignores hawks, accepts Modi invite" reports the Tribune. The Pioneer suggests that this wont be just a ceremonial visit as it writes " Sharif to stay overnight for talks with PM".
The papers also report extensively on the preparations for the swearing-in ceremony. "Water proof shamiana for 4000 guests, 1000 lights, SAARC delicacies on the table" writes the Indian Express.
The resignations of Shazia Ilmi and Captain Gopinath from the Aam Aadmi Party are prominently noticed in all the papers. The Mail Today writes "Party's founder member Shazia Ilmi resigns and exposes that a crony clique runs the self destructing outfit".
The Congress Parliamentary Party meeting in the capital yesterday where Sonia Gandhi was elected chairperson of the parliamentary party is widely noticed. The Hindu reports Ms Gandhi as saying "Failed to gauge public mood". The Indian Express writes "Sonia to party: Stop bickering in public".
The Agusta Westland helicopter deal mired in bribery allegations finds mention in the papers today. The Pioneer reports "Italian court allows India to partially encash Agusta bank guarantees".
India's first automobile factory that was set up in 1952 in Uttarpara in West Bengal has suspended work report the papers. "Iconic Hindustan Motors unit downs shutters" writes the Statesman. Highlighting how Indian roads will lose a car that once lorded it over, the Times of India says "End of the road for Ambassador".
With the social media having played an important role in the just concluded elections, the Asian Age reports that Twitter will replicate part of its Indian election strategy in forthcoming elections in Brazil, Indonesia and the US.
The Hindustan Times reports that the National Metallurgical Laboratory in Jamshedpur has successfully developed a process to extract gold from e-waste like medical equipment and mobile phones. Did we just see a new found respect in your eyes for your old mobile phone?