The ISIS massacring 500 Yazidis makes for front page headline in most newspapers while some of the minority community were buried alive, in mass graves, hundreds of women were taken as slaves, says the Hindustan Times.
"More for less - e-retailers add customers while cutting costs" says the Business Line. Now on-line companies are pulling in customers who generally do not shop online by giving heavy discounts as the companies engaged in a tie up with banks and cell phone companies on a sort of barter system.
"SEBI moves to tap 1 trillion dollar inflow" in the Asian Age headline. The SEBI approved the final guidelines for real estate investment trusts & infrastructure investment trusts - a move that is expected to pump in money into cash starved real estate & infrastructure projects.
The Hindu on its front page carries a story on the low attendance of some MPs while celebrity Rekha's attendance is 5 %, Sachin Tendulkar is 2 % in the Rajya Sabha, Actors Hema Malini and Tapas Pal did not attend even a single day of the Lok Sabha - says the report.
The Financial Express reports that Subramanian Swamy urged the centre to do away with the system of collecting income tax and instead find out other means to raise money for the exchequer.
The goverment okays Bharat Ratna for Vajpayee, Dhyan Chand & Subhash Chandra Bose among other probables - says an Economic Times report.
The Indian Express carries a beautiful picture of Union Minister Najma Haptullah tying Rakhi on Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
"Pakistan soap power looks India" says the Hindu. The Zee network has added some fresh air to television viewing by airing some popular Pakistani serials - Aunn Zara and Zindagi Gulzar hai. The refined language - a mix of Hindi and Punjabi and women centric themes are the attractive features of these serials.