Modi, Sushma slip ups draw social media attention - The Hindu
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Bhutan visit, the Ministry of External affairs advisory calling on Indian's not to travel to trouble- torn Iraq and 3 people running over a Delhi cop on being asked to obey traffic rule are front page stories in most papers today.
The Pioneer writes that a Delhi traffic police constable was mowed down by a car in West Delhi following an argument with the occupants of a car over flouting traffic restrictions on Saturday.
"Ready to talk with Separatists: (says) Jaitley", reports the Hindu, writing that the Narendra Modi government was ready to engage Kashmiri separatists in a dialogue, but there would be no compromise on India's constitution and sovereignty. In a related story, the Pioneer quoting Defence Minister Arun Jaitley writes: " Talks and aggression can't go together".
Reporting on the lawlessness raging unabated in Uttar Pradesh, the Mail Today headlines "Mulayam fiddles, as UP burns", adding "women MP attacked another rape in Badaun, BJP leader killed and SP Patriarch tells ministers he won't punish any one of them.
The Hindustan Times in a special report writes "government to whittle down list of VIP protectees.
Asian Age reports that in a significant move aimed at giving a much needed boost to the economy, FDI project security clearances will be given in 30 days.
"Will Modi try his hand at football Diplomacy?" asks the Economic Times. The paper writes that the PM has been invited by the Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff to watch the finals of the ongoing football World Cup at Rio de Janeiro on July 13th.
And Finally, in good news for boosting growth in the manufacturing sector, the Indian Express writes that the government is working towards liberalizing labour laws to boost factory jobs.