Most papers this morning cover the controversial Land Acquisition Bill, expected to be tabled in the Lok
Sabha today. The Indian Express reports - 'under pressures from the opposition and social activists, the BJP
led Government has agreed to make changes in the Land Acquisition Bill.' "Government may tweak Land
law again", is the top headline in The Asian Age.
Hindustan Times writes - 'in his address to the joint session of parliament on Monday' President Pranab
Mukharjee pointed to the growth rate of 7.4%, to underscore the country's high economic trajectory.'
Writing on the forthcoming government formation in J&K, the Indian Express writes - 'after two months of
intense talks between the People's Democratic Party and the BJP, Mehbooba Mufti of the PDP is scheduled
to meet BJP president Amit Shah today, to give a final shape to the government agenda.
The Hindu inform us that the official secrets smuggling case yesterday spread to three more ministries -
Power, Coal and New & Renewable Energy, as the Delhi Police found that document's from these ministries
were also being leaked and sold off. The Times of India writes of the involvement of yet another ministry -
" Leak-gate reaches Defense Ministry, staffer questioned."
And finally, Hindustan Times informs us that latest research conducted on mice by scientists at the Stanford
University School of Medicine, John Ronald and Sanjiv Gambhir, have designed a pill that can be used to
test whether a person is inflicted with cancer, without actually going through the cumbersome process of a