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The eminent split in Aam Aadmi Party hogs the front page space in almost all newspapers. "AAP set for big showdown today, rebels sting Kejriwal" is the Hindustan Times headline. "Aam Aadmi khaas battle", says the Pioneer. "The fate of Prashant Bhusan and Yogendra Yadav will be decided today.
Government decides to re-issue ordinance before April 5", headline The Hindu on the contentious land acquisition bill which lapses on 5th of April.
The price of gas produced in India shall be cut by 59 cents from the 1st of April, predicts The Hindu Business Line on its front page. This would be the result of weak international prices.
The Financial Express reports of our Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Nobel laureate Kailash Sathyarthi being named among fortune's extraordinary world leaders at 5th & 28th position respectively.
Asian Age reports of a spy pigeon caught at India Pak border by Gujarat police with a chip on one leg and a writing in Urdu and Arabic on its wings.
The Hindu Business Line reports of a Unique Bank called "Mangala Bank" in Bihar being run by beggars, for beggars and they alone decide their own rules and regulations.
And finally, 90 per cent Delhi metro coaches are now made in India. Not just that, it is set to export them too, to Queensland & Sydney metros in Australia.