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The situation in flood ravaged jammu & Kashmir finds prominent place in almost all papers. Kashmir flood toll crosses '175 even as army evacuated 23,500 people', headlines The Times of India adding that Srinagar seems to have turned into a giant lake. The Hindustan Times states 'Phones down, roads cut off,valley crisis deepens'. The Asian Age reports 'Lakhs wait for rescue in J&K'. The Rastriya Sahara writes that the Stranded people of J&K are asking where are the separatists leaders.
'Jung will invite BJP to form Government, Centre likely to tell Supreme Court today'. speculates the Hindustan Times adding that the BJP will form government in Delhi, if it gets the numbers or the capital may go to polls early next year.
The Business Standard in a front page box item reports that the Supreme Court tells the CBI director Ranjit Sinha to come clean on allegations made by Prashant Bhushan. 'Answer allegations in black and white: Supreme Court tells CBI chief', states the Business Line.
On the execution of Surinder Kohli charged with killing children in Nithari the Asian Age writes, 'Supreme Court stays Kohli death in midnight hearing'. The Hindu reports, 'Koli gets reprieve at the eleventh hour'.
The Hindu in a front page report quotes the Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman as saying there will be an Intellectual property rights (IPR) policy soon as India does not have one ; also adding that issues will be addressed on Intellectual Property Rights regime.
Most papers have reported on the AAP sting. The Mail Today headlines 'AAP stings BJP's Delhi dreams'. The Indian Express quotes the Delhi BJP Vice President Sher Singh Dagar as saying he will quit politics, if charges are proved.