'Secret' is out: Cong says Raje backed Lalit Modi in affidavit
The Lalit Modi - Dushyant Singh deal, China blocking India's move in the United Nations demanding action against Pakistan over Lakhvi's release, CBSE to hold All India Pre-medical test on July 25, are some of the stories dominating the front page of newspaper today.
"Discordant BJP voices as Lalitgate row boils headlines the Asian age pointing to BJP MP R.K.Singh saying that help to a fugitive is leagally and morally wrong.
"Karnataka files appeal in Supreme Court against Jayalalitha acquital" is the Hindu headline.
In a heart rending story The Tribune reports the release of 22 Indians in Pak jails aged between 22 & 55 but there are no takers for them despite frantic search for their families.
"Everyone above the age of 18 who is registered as a voter in Gujarat will have to vote in the local body elections due by October or face penalty - says a front page in Indian Experss. The Gujarat government is all set to modify the law on compulsory voting.
The Hindu carries a picture of women dressed in white sarees amdist flower petals - showing celebrations on International Widows Day in Vrindavan yesterday.
Business Standard reports of food regulator FSSAI wanting a ban on import of Chinese milk and chocolate for 1 year, as it is contaminated with melamine.
60.7 crore subsidy to spice up meals of MPs in Parliament over last 5 years is a report in The Asian Age.
"Defying doomsayers a monsoon delivers 21 percent more at start" says Pioneer on its front page.
The passing away of Titanic composer James Horner in a plane crash, and Sister Nirmala head of missionaries of charity has been reported in almost all newspapers.
And Finally, The Pioneer carries a colorful picture of hundreds of women carrying beautiful decorated pictures on their head in the Kalash procession during in the holy month of Purshottam near Shri Krishna janmsthan temple in Mathura.