Andhra pipeline blast: 16 dead, locals accuse GAIL of negligence - Hindustan Times
Narendra Modi penning his thoughts on being the Prime Minister for a month now, in a letter to the nation, posted on his website is covered by all papers. The Tribune, the Business Standard and the Economic Times quoting the PM write, 'There was no honeymoon period for my government'. The Pioneer states that 'after just 30 days in power, PM has identified areas he needs to focus and improve'.
'Modi in war mode to fight poor rains, wields food act' is the Hindustan Times headline. States to implement food law in 3 months and crack down on hoarders is reported by The Hindu, the Financial Express and the Asian Age.
The Statesman, the Asian Age and the Tribune show Sushma Swaraj with the Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina in Dhaka. 'Visas and buses - Delhi opens up to reach out to Dhaka writes the Indian Express.
Sonia and Rahul Gandhi summoned in the 'National Herald' case is covered prominently by the press. The Hindustan Times, in a block item on its front page, gives details of the case.
The continuing impasse over Delhi University's admissions finds place in many dailies. 'Have you seen this man recently?' asks Mail Today, with a picture of the Vice Chancellor Dinesh Singh, who has been untraceable, as the UGC-DU mess continues.
Scam tainted Srinivasan appointed ICC chairman has been reported by most papers.
The Statesman, in a block item on its front page, titled 'From tea stall to IIT', writes about two sons of a tea seller in Punjab, who have both cleared the IIT entrance exam. The sons, apparently are inspired by the Prime Minister, writes the paper.
Key to healthy heart is a happy marriage' writes The Times of India. The paper also reports of tiny, self beating hearts which have been grown in the lab using stem cells, in London. The paper writes that they will be a cure for heart hypertrophy.