46 Indian nurses freed, will return from Iraq tomorrow morning: Reports - Hindustan Times
The Indian Nurses trapped in TIKRIT and the monsoon reaching Delhi make for most front page headlines in newspapers.
"Government too late, can now send coffins for us- Indian nurses" is the Hindustan Times headline.
"ISIS forces Indian nurses out of TIKRIT they are taken to mosul" says the Hindu.
The meeting the Facebook Chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg with Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss ways to promote tourism in India has been covered by most newspapers with pictures.
The Hindu also reports that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the third most followed world leader on Twitter after Barack Obama and Pope. Modi also has 18 million facebook likes.
The Hindustan Times discloses in a box that the former Delhi Chief minister Sheila Dixit had 31 AC's, 15 coolers and 25 heaters, 16 air purifiers at her residence.
Business Standard reports of the government's work having been started on solar and wind power projects by Power Grid in Rajasthan, Rann of Kutch in Gujarat, Lahaul and Spiti in Himachal Pradesh and Laddakh.
Manu Sharma accused in Jessica Lall murder case gets his parole extended for 30 more days for his post-graduation course reports Pioneer.
And finally, despite health conscious urban consumers moving to healthy drinks and juices, the Coca Cola drink has India as the sixth largest market - says the Economic Times. However the good news is that India's consumption of the very harmful soft drinks is among the lowest in the world.