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The approval of the land swap Bill ending a 41-year old border issue with Bangladesh, the suicide attempt by 4 teenage girls at a Kerala sports centre and the passing of Juvenile Justice Bill by Lok Sabha allowing the 16-18 year old Juvenile to be tried for heinous crimes are some of the most prominent stories in newspapers today.
"4 teen girls attempt suicide, one dies" headlines the Hindustan Times. They have accused a coach of sexual harassment in a note and one of them is a gold winner of National games.
The Business Standard reports of the rupee hitting a 20-month low and Sensex dropping to a 5-month low as foreign investors satiate appetite elsewhere.
"Minorities have no need to fear, Modi tells Time" is the Asian Age headline, government won't be based on caste, creed and religion, says the Prime Minister in an interview to the Time Magazine which carries his picture on the front page.
Mail Today also reports that CGHS is sitting on funds of 400 crore rupees meant to be disbursed to private hospitals but the delay is causing patients to be turned away by private hospitals.
"Handlooms Act will not be changed" headlines a report in Mail Today. This will ensure that 4.4 million handloom weavers will be protected especially against the onslaught of powerlooms.
After the recent earthquake in Nepal, some of the world's tallest peaks including Mt. Everest dropped by about 2.5 cm, says a Pioneer report.
And finally, Come July and Doordarshan will present a weekly Sanskrit News Magazine with news, features, debates entirely in Sanskrit,' is a report in the Economic Times.