Govt may favour net neutrality; panel report in May 2nd week
The Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi's visit to Hanover where India is the partner in the World's largest trade fair makes for front page news in all newspapers.
'Rafales done, Parrikar wants Apaches' says the Hindustan Times.
"Jindal, Adani Power, GMR come under government-scanner" - their coal block bids are likely to be referred to Competition Commission of India headlines The Business Standard. The paper also carries a report that less than 20 per cent farmers have crop insurance.
The Hindu reports of the Chennai Police having banned the DMK's Thali or Mangalsutra removal and beef eating festival scheduled for 14th April apprehending law and order problem and hurting sentiments of some people.
Each village in Haryana will now have its own Secretariat and people will not have to visit district headquarters. The Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar inaugurating the first such secretariat at HAIBATPUR village in Jind, with 17 rooms and modern amenities has been covered by most papers.
The Indian Express reports that 2 witnesses of the Tirupati killings where 20 people were gunned down, will meet NHRC (National Human Rights commission) today.
Supreme Court ruling that 'couple living together will be presumed married" reports the The Times of India.
52 per cent Indians indulge in self-medication according to a survey reports The Hindu. And this does them more harm than food. The Internet has also worsened the situation.
And finally, The Tribune carries a colorful picture of teachers and students performing gidda in a Patiala field on the occasion of Baisakhi as 3 day Baisakhi cellebration begins at Sri Anandpur Sahib. It was on Baisakhi in 1699 that Guru Gobind Singh founded the Khalsa Panth at Anandpur sahib.