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Winds at 84 kilometer per hour and rain which lashed Delhi and NCR yesterday feature on the front page of the Hindustan Times, Times of India and The Indian Express. "Dust storm rattles Delhi but brings much needed rain too", is the Hindustan Times headline. The Times of India says "Wet spell here to stay".
"Noodle soup thickens" writes Mail Today adding that fresh tests put Top Ramen and Chings under the scanner.
The Tribune's lead story is the death of 5 people when lethal ammonia gas leaked from a tanker near Ludhiana on Friday night. "17 of 190 hospitalised critical" writes the paper.
"Sanitation strike over, but dirt in Delhi still flies" says the Asian Age. "Politicians appear only after capitals garbage disappears" comments Mail Today. "Swachh politics angers residents of east Delhi" writes the Hindustan Times.
Tomar's fake degree figures in many papers. "Varsity staff under scanner" says the Statesman. "Court extends Tomar's police remand for 2 days" writes the Hindu.
Good news for diabetics. The Times of India reports on its front page of a new diabetes drug which will lower treatment costs by about 60 percent.
With international yoga day fast approaching, the Indian Express reports that some 45 thousand people are expected to set a record as they practice asanas on India Gate lawns. " Yoga tours to help boost tourism now" writes the Hindustan Times, as it reports of the tourism ministry's initiative to use yoga to attract travellers.
"Boys are officers" is the caption of a picture in the Tribune of newly commissioned army officers celebrating after their passing out parade in Dheradun. "Army inducts 687 cadets as officers" writes the paper.
And finally, the Hindustan Times has an interesting picture on its page one plus, captioned " The oldest newly weds". It shows a British couple who got married yesterday. The groom is 103 and the bride 91. As they say, age is just a number".