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The Pope confirming Saint hood on 2 Indians - father Kuriakose Chavara and Sister Euphrasia, defense Minister Manohar Parrikar emphasizing a zero tolerance policy on errors to avoid Security breaches in India's coastal security and HRD Minister Smriti Irani saying Sanskrit won't be made compulsory in schools are some lead stories in papers today.
"Smriti wilts under German pressure" opines the Mail Today, adding "Dismisses charge that education was being saffronised, says German will continue to be taught as foreign language".
In a special report, the Hindustan Times writes that the PMO has ordered corporate style ethics norms for civil servants, regulators and watchdogs to ensure that their private interests do not affect their performance as public servants.
Quoting Finance Minister Arun Jaitley as saying " Subsidies will leave next generation in debt", the Hindu reports that a reduction of the scope of subsidies currently being provided to the well off, appears to be in the anvil.
And finally in good news for medical progress, The Times of India writes that Scientists, including 2 of Indian Origin have developed new synthetic platlets that mimic and out perform natural platlets at controlling bleeding. According to Researchers at the University of California, this will help in better targeted drug delivery.