The BJP dropping Veteran leaders from its key decision making parliamentary board, resignation of Shiela Dixit as Kerala governor and new governor being appointed in four states are some of the prominent stories in the papers today.
'Atal, Advani, Joshi out of the BJP power center headlines the Hindustan Today adding; curtains for the big 3, BJP gives its founding fathers a guiding role, completes generational shift.' The Indian Express says "Amit Shah completes transition in the party, puts veterans in new ' mentors panel'.
Shiela Dixit resigning as Kerala governor finds mention in almost all the papers. The Hindustan Times says 'Shiela Dixit, may return to Delhi politics'.
The Hindu says in a front page headline ' New governor in four states.
The Hindu in another story reports that the Delhi unit of the BJP is seeking that 80 percent of flats being alloted by Delhi Development Authority in the next scheme be reserved for the people of Delhi.
"Another CAG report had pointed at Manmohan Singh" is the lead headline in the Times of India, adding that 'ex-Jharkhand CM Koda is also named".
A front page report in the Indian Express says "Gangster Pujari sends reminder to cops : underworld still exists in Mumbai" stating that Pujari's men are suspects at firing at producer Ali Morani's house.
The Times of India reports ' Finmeccanica to face only a 'partial ban' adding that there will be no new deals and no change in ongoing pacts with the Italian conglomerate.
The Tribune carries a story on its front page 'Ludhiana to have north India's biggest turf club', reporting, that in good news for equestrian enthusiasts the Punjab government has granted approval for the state of the art turf club.
And finally, 'Modi, Sushma lead BJP's twitter ranking' says the Times of India about the ministers and their twitter followers in the list drawn up by the Information and Broadcasting Ministry.