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Revelations that the co-pilot of the Germanwings aircraft that crashed into the French Alps did this 'deliberately', are extensively discussed by most Papers this morning. According to the Indian Express, French investigators say - 'Ignoring' the Captains frantic pounding at the cockpit door, the co-pilot barricaded himself and deliberately rammed the plane full-speed into the Alps, and, in a split second, all 150 people aboard were dead.
Australia bringing India down with a 95 run victory at the Semi-final in Sydney yesterday, is also covered extensively, now making the World Cup a fight between two host countries. "Heart break in Sydney"- headline's The Statesman.
"Warplanes from Saudi Arabia with strikes over Yemen are spooking the Indian market" highlight this morning's papers. The Economic Times writes - Indian stocks slumped the most; the Sensex fell by 654 points; with oil prices shooting up and gold surging.
In its front-page top story Hindustan Times writes - Another spell of stormy weather is set to sweep several food-bowl states between March 28 and April the 2nd, covering a fourth of the Country and potentially worsening the impact of the recent hail storms that devastated crops.
Delhi's most controversial traffic project, the 400 crore Rupee 'Bus Rapid Transit' or BRT Corridor will be scrapped, making it a six-lane road reports The Times of India. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has given his in-principle consent to undo the project.
And finally, The Pioneer reports that author-diplomat Vikas Swarup will be replacing Syed Akbarudin as Spokesperson of the Minstry of External Affairs. Vikas Swarup authored the book 'Q & A', which was latter adapted to the well-acclaimed film 'Slumdog Millionaire'.