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Congress and National conference ending their alliance in Jammu & Kashmir , the uncertainty over government formation in Delhi, the developing situation in Ukraine & Gaza are some of the stories that have received attention in newspapers this morning.
"It's official; Congress, NC won't contest together" is The Indian Express headline. The paper adds, Jammu & Kashmir government will continue for now but state Congress president Saifuddin Soz won't confirm if it will last. The Hindu however reports the coalition government in the state will complete its full term. In a different take, The Statesman quips "One Jodi ends, another begins" referring to the JD-U, RJD tie up for the Bihar elections.
The Hindustan Times & Times of India report, Pro- Russia rebels take charge of MH17 bodies till the arrival of an international aviation delegation. The Hindu states "Russia faces threat of further sanctions".
The Asian Age describes the situation in Gaza as "Gaza's bloodiest day in 5 years".
The Indian Express carries a story "65% of Chhatisgarh medical officer appointments wrong, to be cancelled "after irregularities were found in their selection.
The Asian Age mentions the country's main disaster management body, NDMA is headless for over a month.
The Economic Times opines, the Prime Minister is ready to make a fashion statement in the US, roping in the services of a professional Mumbai designer.
And finally, the Times of India reports, a Florida jury has awarded a staggering 23 billion dollars in damages to the widow of a chain smoker who died of lung cancer, in a blow to US's second largest cigarette maker and the tobacco industry, in general.