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The land bill clearing the Lok Sabha hurdle finds top mention in all the newspapers today. "Bruised land bill passes first test' headlines the Hindustan Times. "Land bill passed, 9 changes made' writes the Asian Age adding "after Lok Sabha nod, controversial law faces big test in Rajya Sabha".
The strife in the Aam Aadmi Party is another story that is covered prominently by papers today. "Yadav, Bhusan's wanted AAP to lose Delhi polls' writes the Pioneer. The sub head reads "Kejriwal loyalists Sisodia, Rai accuse trio of anti-party activities". "Kejri camp moves to oust Bhusan, Yadav from AAP", states the Times of India.
Referring to India's 8 wicket win over Ireland in the World Cup, the Hindu leads with "India sews up top spot in pool - B", adding that the "Men in blue extend winning streak to nine consecutive matches." Most papers today carry photographs of centurion Shikhar Dhawan.
"Jammu and Kahsmir put on hold release of more" political prisoners" writes the Tribune. The Asian Age in a box item writes "J&K says no more militants will be freed".
"23 years after Bhati's death, DP Yadav gets life", reports the Pioneer adding the "UP strongman, 3 others sentenced by CBI court in Dehradun."
The Hindu in its front page carries a photograph of Hollywood celebrities coming together to light a candle for India's daughter, a documentary by Leslee Udwin that premiered in New York on Monday, the caption reads "Banned in India, Red carpet in New York."
"French Olympians among 10 dead in Argentina air crash", headlines the Statesman. "Andes copter crash kills 3 French champs" writes the Times of India.
And finally, if you have blood group O, you can resist malaria. Well, the Times of India writes, that scientists say that people with blood type 'O' are protected from severe malaria because a key protein secreted by the parasite bonds weakly with type O blood cells while strongly linking to type A.