Seven more arrested for leaking oil ministry documents
Leak of classified information from the Oil Ministry, the chaos in the Bihar Assembly, the story on the arrest of Teesta Setalvad and the Swine Flu scare are major stories in the papers today.
"Policy papers smuggled out of Oil Minority, 5 held" reports the Hindu. The Indian Express headlines "Government cracks down on 'document leak' : Top oil firms, middlemen under probe".
The Asian Age states "Bihar chaos grows ahead of trust vote". The Hindu says, "BJP loses Leader of opposition tag in Bihar Assembly".
The Indian Express writes, "Underlining Liberty, Supreme Court shields Teesta, husband from arrest".
"Delhi battle-ready to combat swine flu" observes the Pioneer.
The Hindustan Times reports, power regulator Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission told the Supreme Court, if BSES was unable to carry on in the Capital, they were welcome to leave.
The Indian Express reports, after compulsory voting, Gujarat now offers online voting, in the civic elections starting in October.
The Hindustan Times in a front page exclusive notes, Mufti won't budge on coalition terms, for forming a government in Jammu & Kashmir.
In a hardening of its position, the Hindu reports "Pakistan denies visa to PDP leader, says Hurriyat represents Jammu & Kashmir.
And finally the Pioneer informs, the much-awaited AC double -decker train between New Delhi and Lucknow will be launched soon, as the clearance for its operation has been obtained.