PM Narendra Modi launches 3 social security schemes
The stunning victory for David Cameron as Prime Minister of United Kingdom for the second time, Actor Salman Khan getting bail on Friday and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Dantewada belt makes for most front page stories today.
"Pak chopper crash kills Norway, Philippines ambassadors, Taliban claim we shot it down", is the Indian Express headline.
"Subrata Roy may make bail next week", headlines the Hindustan Times as he was ready with a 10,000 crore rupee bail.
The Tribune reports of Union Minister Nitin Gadkari being under Congress fire as CAG slams PURTI GROUP, whose board member he once was.
The Pioneer reports with a picture how Israeli medical doctors treating Nepal earthquake victims are dressed up in clowns - even in operating units and ICU's complete with balloons and kazoos - of course the idea to cheer up and heal the traumatized victims especially children and it is effective.
Mail Today reports of a 22 year old woman Sarita Dwivedi committing suicide for failure to get the cop job even after clearing the physical test. She has cursed her general category status in the suicide note.
The Indian Express reports that with collegium system under attack from the government, Supreme Court says that the new National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) can also make mistakes in selection of judges.
And finally, the paper also reports of a good news for 83 year old Brahmi Devi, resident of a remote village in Himachal. who will get her husband's George Cross medal Britains second highest military honour after being stolen in 2002. It had found its way to an auction in London in 2009. Naik Kripa Ram was awarded this medal in 1946 posthumously.