In pics: India in celebratory mode after win, TV sets smashed in Pakistan | Cricket World Cup 2015 | Hindustan Times
All newspapers have covered with photographs, the swearing in ceremony of Delhi's new chief minister Arvind Kejriwal yesterday " 'Sabka CM' promises a new Delhi," headlines the Times of India. " Aam Admi becomes Khas Aadmi, " declares the Mail Today on its front page, while The Pioneer writes, " Heart on sleeve, Delhi's new Valentine renews vows".
In related stories, The Asian Age reports " Kejri is overseer CM ", The Hindustan Times notes" Kejri vows statehood, an end to corruption" while the Hindu adds "Kejriwal promises graft free Delhi."
The palpable excitement, over India's quest for the World Cup in its match with Pakistan is evident, on the front pages of all the newspapers today. " For us, The World Cup starts here " declares the Times of India - " India vs Pakistan: It doesn't get any bigger than this". The Hindustan Times says" Old Foes. New Fight. Our World Cup Battle Begins".
In significant news for Kashmir The Hindu reports " Mufti terms Modi's phone call to Nawaz Sharif a gignatic step". The Pioneer notes " BJP, PDP to forgo contentious issues for good of J & K".
The Hindu reports that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has assured global investors that the government's reforms push would continue and there would be predictability in policies.
And finally, The Times of India reports that drug resistant Tuberculosis breeds freely in Mumbai as 57 % patients don't get appropriate medication and were given drugs that they were resistant to, according to a study published in PLOS ONE medical journal.