Salman Khan convicted: Alcohol in blood clinched case against actor
The land acquisition bill and the GST bill finds prominent place in the newspapers this morning."Govt could opt for joint panel route in attempt to break land bill logjam", headlines the Times of India, adding "May announce initiative later in the week".
Referring to the bill on the boundary pact with Bangladesh, The Pioneer writes "Bill on boundary pact with Bangladesh set to pass". The Indian Express headlines "Assam in, Govt Okays India-Bangladesh border swap deal".
Writing on the Government's goof up on Dawood's location, The Asian Age writes "Dawood location not known, govt tells Lok Sabha." Adding "Row erupts after minister's reply, MHA in U-turn says fugitive in Pakistan." While The Pioneer writes "Rijju clears MoS' goof-up on Dawood's whereabouts."
Commenting on the Kumar Vishwas controversy the Delhi special of The Asian Age writes "Split in DCW on Vishwas notice, member resigns" and in another story the paper writes "AAP MLA absconding says Bassi", over AAP legislator, Jarnail Singh's alleged involvement in assault on an MCD engineer during the demolition of an illegal colony in West Delhi.
The Financial Express reports that The Comptroller and Auditor General has pulled up the Petroleum Ministry for allowing Reliance Industries to charge marketing margins in dollars, while it should have been in rupees.
And finally, not all of us have a brain like Albert Einstein but now at least we can write like him. Well, The Times of India reports that a German artist has created a font based up on Albert Einstein's hand-writing to let people write like the famous physicist.