After acquittal, Jayalalithaa flooded with greetings, PM Modi phones her - The Economic Times
The Prime Minister Mr. Narender Modi's visit to Dakshineshwar Kali temple Kolkata and the inauguration of IISCO steel plant in the state, and veteran actor Shashi Kapoor receiving the Dada Saheb Phalke award are some of the important stories in papers today.
The Asian Age on its front reports that monsoon is likely to arrive on time this year hitting Kerala on June 1, though it may be below normal pushing government to put in a contingency plan in 580 districts for crops insurance.
"Supreme Court asks own - Are we being flexible with law in granting divorce" is the Indian Express headline referring to the 18 months period of separation before granting divorce.
"DTC driver beaten to death by biker, unions warn of stir" is the Hindustan Times headline referring to a case of road rage.
The Times of India reports that according to a data - Heart attacks have killed more CRPF personnel in Naxal areas than attacks by Naxalites.
The Pioneer reports of the number of Asiatic Lions in Gujarat going up to 500 for the first time in 5 years.
"Gulabi Gang leader gets 'Peacemaker Award' " is a Pioneer headline showing the picture of Sampad Pal Devi, its founder - receiving the award for Women's welfare and empowerment in UP with more than two and a half (2 1/2) lakh members.
The Hindu reports of the Union Minister Harsh Vardhan along with 55 people having signed a document to donate their organs for the benefit of medical fraternity at a 'Deh Daniyon ka Utsav' in AIIMS Delhi.
And finally, Listening to Hindustani classical music is now delving into ancient science. Yes, the Hindustani ragas evoke an entire gamut of emotions - Shree & MIYAN KI TODI shift your mood from sad to tense. Desh & Tilak ragas could move you from calm to happy. The latest research proves this - so enjoy and heal through Hindustani classical music, says a Hindustan Times report.