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Prime Minister Modi in Jaffna, the Rahul snooping row and the horrific gang-rape of a nun in Bengal are major stories in newspapers this Sunday morning.
"A helping hand to build future of Tamils" headlines the Hindu, noting, Narendra Modi is the first Indian Prime Minister to visit Jaffna.
The Times of India leads with " Cop's visit to Rahul's home likely to hit House business". The Asian Age reports " Congress to raise Rahul 'snooping' in House" ; "Parties say it's a move to intimidate opposition".
The Pioneer terms the savage rape of a 71 year old nun in Bengal as "Rape of humanity in Mamata's turf".
The unveiling of Mahatma Gandhi's statue in London is widely covered with photographs. The Hindustan Times caption reads, "The 'Fakir' in UK's Parliament square".
The Asian Age and Mail Today report Mehbooba Mufti saying, nothing wrong in releasing Masarat Alam.
International Auditor " Pricewaterhouse Coopers mid-level executive under CBI lens in Leakgate case ; Was in touch with officials in Finance Ministry" is a front page lead story in the Times of India.
The Indian Express leads with " Nasheed in jail pushes Maldives to the brink".
The government plans to float three special purpose vehicles to evacuate coal from Chattisgarh, Jharkhand and Odisha, reports the Business Standard.
The Times of India notices " BRT may finally be scrapped as MLAs put pressure on government ".