Woman alleges kidnap, gangrape by five men in south Delhi's Khanpur
TODAY'S NEWSPAPERS :-
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's meeting with some leading Chinese CEOs in Shanghai gets top billing in the papers. "Come feel winds of change : Modi to Chinese investors" reports the Tribune. Drawing attention to Mr Modi's speech at Shanghai's Fudan University, the Hindustan Times reports him as saying "Gandhi's philosophy can help fight terrorism".
The confrontation between the AAP government in Delhi and Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung is keenly tracked in the press. With Jung concealing a government order removing the Principal Secretary (Services) from his post, the Times of India writes in its front page lead "Kejri strips babu of power, Jung declares his order void". The Pioneer highlights the Delhi government's reaction in its caption "BJP using Jung to overthrow AAP".
A teacher landed himself in trouble for not being able to write a simple essay report the papers. "J&K teacher fails to write essay on cow, High Court orders FIR" states the Tribune.
The appointment of IAS officer D K Bhalla as Secretary in the Lok Sabha secretariat and Sumit Singh as Executive Director, Marketing and Promotion in the Lok Sabha TV comes under press scrutiny. "Officials allege nepotism, say choice violates panel norms" reports the Times of India.
The death sentence awarded to ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi and 100 other people is noticed by all the papers. "Morsi sentenced to death, 3 judges shot" informs the Statesman.
And finally... here's news of a very unique wedding gift. A bride's parents gifted her a prefabricated toilet with a water closet, a wash basin and a mirror as the bridegrooms family did not have one at home. The Pioneer remarks "Maharashtra bride flush with pride over prefab toilet gift".