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The Abduction of forty Indian construction workers in Iraq, Prime Minister Modi taking stock of the food situation in the country, and stories relating to the removal of Governors appointed by the previous UPA regime are lead stories in today papers. "To sack Governors government will have to convince president". says the Hindustan Times the Indian Express writes "Maharashtra Governor lets it out: Home Secretary called, asking me to quit". The paper adds that legal experts have told President Pranab Mukherjee that Governors and Lt. Governors remain in office at the pleasure of the President and as per law, they cannot be asked to step down merely because a new political dispensation has taken over at the centre.
"BJP tries to finish Capital jigsaw", opines Mail Today in a special report, that Rumors are rife that the saffron party is wooing AAP and Congress MLA's to form the government in Delhi.
In an exclusive story, the Hindu writes that following the IB report on alleged foreign funded NGO's creating obstacles in India's growth, the Home Ministry has clamped down on Green Peace, an International campaign group present in 40 countries.
"Bhabha's Malabar Hil bungalow sold for 372 crore rupees" reports the Asian Age. The auction had faced opposition from politicians and Bhabha Atomic Research Centre employees, so that the bungalow could be turned into a museum.
The Pioneer writes that after the just concluded successful test firing of India's indigenously developed surface to air missile Aakash, it is now ready for induction into the Indian Army.
And finally, the Times of India says, that adults often lie to kids, but expect children to be honest with them. A study of 6 and 7 year olds has shown that children are very good at detecting lies, including forms of subtler and more elegant deceit reports the paper.