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The politicking going on over the death of a young girl after she was molested and pushed off a speeding bus owned by the Orbit company, near Moga town in Punjab, dominates the front pages. Highlighting the action taken by Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal, who is also the owner of Orbit Company, the Indian Express writes "As all parties flock to family of girl, Sukhbir takes his buses off the road".
Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi's allegation that the Center has diluted the pro buyer approach of the UPA's Real Estate Bill of 2013 in favour of builders is widely noticed in the press. "Rahul fires fresh salvo at Modi govt, says its pro-builder" reports the Tribune.
Most papers take note of the controversy over the waving of Pakistani flags at a rally addressed by Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani at Tral in Kashmir.
Union Environment Minister Prakash Javdekar's contention that his remarks blaming vested interests for raising the issue of air pollution in Delhi and other cities were misunderstood, is prominently noticed in the Times of India.
The Hindu carries a clarification by the Information and Broadcasting Secretary that an order asking community radio stations to email their content on a daily basis was passed without consulting him.
Most papers take note of an admit card issued to a brown cow to appear in the entrance test for a polytechnic course by the Board of Professional Entrance Examinations in Kashmir. The Pioneer exclaims "Holy Cow! Cattle class in engineering college".