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The Nepal quake dominates headlines in all the national dailies today. "The day after, a second shock stalls rescue, dead cross 2,400 as living begin to pick up the pieces" headlines the Indian Express. The paper adds, " Hospitals overflow with dead and injured, run out of supplies, thousand spend rainy Kathmandu night in the open". "Indian Herculean effort's writes the Pioneer adding, "IAF presses 13 military aircraft for operation Maitri, 10 helicopters air lift injured , drop food packets in Nepal."
Writing on the Prime minsters "Mann ki Baat ' programme on All India Radio on Sunday, the Pioneer quotes the PM as saying "will wipe tears of every Nepali".
"22 Mount Everest climbers buried under avalanche triggered by earthquake" States The Pioneer. The Asian Age carries a photograph on its front page of people being examined for injuries and prepared for evacuation at the Everest base camp in Nepal on Sunday.
Writing on the power equations within the Board of control of cricket in India (BCCI), the Hindustan Times headlines"Srinivasan targets BCCI's Thakur, but is in snooping soup of his own". While the Tribune writes,"ICC takes note of complaint accusing Anurag of having links with 'bookie' ".
The Times of India and The Hindustan Times write on their front pages of Ratan Tata becoming the first Indian to take stake in Chinas largest smart phone maker, Xiaomi.
The Times of India reports that Aadhar has emerged as one of the largest bio metric identification programme in the world, with the unique identification authority of India issuing nearly 82 crore cards covering nearly 67% of the population.