The Prime Minister's reply to the debate on the motion of thanks on the President's address dominates the front pages with most highlighting his stated commitment to secularism. "Modi vows to rein in religious bigots" writes the Mail Today. The Hindustan Times, highlighting his comments on the land bill, writes "Ready to change land bill, says PM".
The Economic Survey 2014-15 is reported in great detail in the press. "Growth projected to be over 8%" reports the Hindu. The Mail Today makes an interesting observation about the Chief Economic Advisor's views as it writes "CEA finds govt's growth figures puzzling". The Hindustan Times states, "Create national common market for agricultural commodities, says eco survey".
The sealing of an alliance between the PDP and the BJP to form a coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir is prominently noticed. The Asian Age writes "Mufti will head team of 25, PM to attend Jammu oath".
Highlighting the Supreme Court's intervention to stop the increasing cases of rape videos being posted on social networking sites, The Times of India reports the apex court as saying "Govt must stop circulation of rape videos on social sites".
And finally for all green born singers, some exciting news, The Asian Age reports that a retired professor of Allahabad University has developed a software that can given different permutations and sound effects to the human voice.