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Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi being granted bail by an Islamabad court is the main lead in all papers today.
"Pakistan won't learn, bails 26/11 butcher' is the lead headline in the Hindustan Times. "48 hours after Peshawar, 26/11 butcher walks' headlines the Times of India, adding Lakhvi gets bail for 'lack of evidence'. 'Unacceptable order get it reversed: says India.
The Tribune, The Asian Age, The Hindu and The Business Line in its front pages carry a photograph of ISRO's heaviest ever rocket GLSV Mark-III carrying a crew module lifting off during a test flight from Sri Harikota on Thursday.
The Modi Sarkar has launched e-Samiksha, a new digital monitor for bureaucracy that helps rein in slackers. The new digital plateform 'e-Samiksha' allows Sarkar's top bosses a real time clear view of intra and file movements and gives them the power to intervene when a babu is taking it too easy, reports the Economic Times.
"Conversions for 'sole' purpose of marriage is not valid' rules the Allahabad high court, writes the Indian Express.
Accused of molestation Madhya Pradesh judge loses power informs the Tribune.
On the Supreme Court directive to High Court in the Jayalalitha assests case, the Hindu headlines 'Wrap up Jayalalitha appeal in 3 months: Supreme Court."
And finally, cold winds from hills gives city the chills writes the Times of India. Icy winds from the snowed out Himalayas made the maximum temperature plunge 5 degree below normal on Thursday. Similar conditions are likely for next few days while fog may last till Christmas.