Girl trapped in borewell in Telangana dies
The axing of Shashi Tharoor as spokesperson of the Congress party, Market Regulator SEBI cracking down on India's biggest realty company DLF, Retail inflation falling to a new low of 6.46%, the aftermath of cyclone Hud Hud and French economist Tirole winning the Nobel prize for economics are some of the front page stories in the papers today.
Congress sacks Tharoor as spokesman for praising Modi' writes the Indian Express. The Mail Today states, 'Congress fires modified Tharoor', end of the road for Tharoor as Congress spokesman'.
On Market Regulator, The Securities and Exchange Board of India, SEBI cracking down on DLF, the Hindustan Times reports, 'Blow to DLF, barred from capital markets for 3 years'. While the Business Standard writes, 'SEBI bars K P Singh, his children and 3 others for suppressing information at time of initial public offering.
'Tirole, who tamed big business, wins economics Nobel', writes the Hindustan Times. While the Hindu Business Line comments, 'French economist Tirole wins Nobel for taming firms'.
And finally, 'Voice' quietly emerging as the new biometric' writes the Times of India.