Devendra Fadnavis wins trust vote; Shiv Sena, Congress cry foul
Botched sterilisation killing 11 women in Chhattisgarh, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) in a gender row, and Congress keeping out the Prime Minister from the guest list, for Nehru's birthday event are some of the front page stories in papers today.
"11 women died after going under 'Sterile Knife in Bilaspur' is the Pioneer headline, adding that 'Prime Minister tells Raman Singh to ensure thorough probe; four suspended.'' While the Times of India headlines 'Botched tubectomy at government camp kills 11'.
On the gender row at Aligarh Muslim University, The Time of India writes 'Government raps Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Vice Chancellor (VC) for ''no girls in library 'quip'. While the Hindustan Times writes "Vice Chancellor sticks to stand on women in Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) library, Irani steps in".
"Anxious Congress: keeps Prime Minister out of Nehru meet'' writes the Hindu. While the Tribune states 'Missing on Congress guest list for Nehru birthday event: BJP and Company".
The Supreme Court slammed the centre for the delay in putting in place a deterrent law to check adulteration of milk and milk products. Tells government to file status report in four weeks on steps to check adulteration, reports the Tribune.
The Hindustan Times on its front page carries a story about the Delhi Police crime branch filling a closure report in a cheating case against Kiren Bedi. The paper writes that it has triggered speculation of the former IPS officer joining the BJP and becoming it's chief ministerial candidate.
And finally, if you thought juices contain less sugar think again. The Times of India writes that a new study found that kids juices in the United Kingdom have more sugar than fizzy drinks. It can contain up to eight teaspoons of sugar.