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Jayalalitha to be sworn in as Tamil Nadu CM today, the centre backing Najeeb Jung in the ongoing LG-CM tussle, and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley saying that the economy is now on track for double digit growth are the front page stories today.
'Amma returns, swearing in today' is an Indian Express headline, 'First public appearance in 217 days, AIADMK chief meets governor after O. Panneerselvam resigns', writes the Hindu.
Arun Jaitley's press conference yesterday has been widely covered by the press. ' GST and land bills priorities for the year ahead', writes the Business Standard, quoting the Finance Minister.
'Centre lets Jung prevail, Kejri angry', says the Tribune, adding that the home Ministry says, LG may consult CM at his discretion on IAS, IPS transfers and land issues', 'Sorry your writ does'nt run over officers - Center to Kejri', is the Times Of India headline.
What happens after a mass failure of class 9th students of different government schools across Delhi? Obviously, role reversal. The Hindu reports on its front page of the governments decision for all teachers to clear a test. The paper aptly calls it 'testing time for teachers'.
The Indian Express reports that vis-a-vis unemployment rate in the country, Lucknow tops the list for men and Patna for women.
'Panel probe charge against Pachauri recommends disciplinary action, wants pay docked', reports the Economic Times, about the former TERI Chief.
History and heritage lovers in the capital are disappointed. The Asian Age and the Statesman report that Delhi is out of the world heritage city race.
And finally, staying in Shimla and planing to buy a vehicle? Well, think twice, because the Tribune writes, 'Show parking space to own car in Shimla - Himachal Pradesh High Court'.