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Yakub Memon's hanging is the obvious lead in all newspapers today.
"Yakub Memon runs out of time "headlines The Hindustan Times , reporting, "Police constable who hanged Kasab picked for Yakub". Indian Express observes "Family sends cake for his birthday as prison turns fortress." The Pioneer states "93 blasts' victims get justice at last", while also noticing, "Rajiv's killers spared gallows as SC turns down curative petition".
"Last Salam to man who Ignited Minds" as Kalam to be laid to rest at 11 am today, is the Pioneer's tribute to APJ Abdul Kalam, with a poignant photograph of a child kissing the photo of the former president. Indian Express observes "Ganesan, 54, orphan, will lay Kalam to rest" as the man chosen to dig the grave to lay to rest the 11th President of India. The Hindu reports on the "Online clamour to name Delhi's Aurangzeb road after Kalam."
"Is ISIS 'planning' attack on India to 'provoke' US?" asks the Asian Age, a story on the front page of Times of India and Hindustan Times as well, based on a purported Islamic State recruitment manual, found in Pakistan.
Economic Times notes "Delhi roads may not see Ola, Uber traffic" as Delhi High Court refuses interim relief to Ola and tells state government to strictly enforce ban on taxi app companies.
Hindustan Times highlights Microsoft releases the much-awaited Windows 10, its latest operating system, in 190 countries at once.
And finally, the Hindu states, the iconic dabbawalas of Mumbai are now just a click away, as they go online !