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Papers, this morning, highlight the deal struck between Greece and its European creditors. Hindustan Times writes, 'Euro Zone leaders made Greece surrender much of its sovereignty to outside supervision on Monday, in return for agreeing to talks on an 86 billion-euro bailout, with Greece having to accept 'draconian' reforms'.
'Back in Pakistan, Sartaj Aziz insists that Kashmir 'tops' the list of issues', headlines the Hindu.
'This year, IITs will admit students with even 6 percent in entrance exam', headlines the Times of India. The elite group of institutions will have to lower the bar to admit students from weaker sections who have scores as low as 31 out of 504.
'Your polling booth is where your cell phone is', headlines the Pioneer. If the Delhi State Election Commission has its way, Delhiites will be able to elect their corporators through online voting in the 2017 municipal elections.
Interviewing the parents or a child for admission to Nursery may soon land school authorities in jail for upto 10 years as the Delhi government plans to tighten rules through a new education bill, reports the Hindu and Economic Times.
The Hindustan Times, reporting on the River Hindon, writes - the once mighty lifeline of western UP now runs almost dry, laden with toxic effluents.
And finally, one of India's priciest modern artists Sayed Haider Raza will today be felicitated with the highest French civilian honour. Raza, who paints mostly abstracts in very rich colours, was awarded the Padma Bhushan in 2007 and the Padma Vibhusan in 2013.