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Parliament witnessing a complete washout of proceedings in the opening week of the monsoon session is the lead in most papers. The Hindustan Times, The Tribune, Asian Age, The Hindu and The Statesman have a picture showing protesting BJP MP's against Congress for not allowing parliament to function. The Times of India reports that this will result in a loss of 260 crore rupees of tax payers money.
The Union agriculture minister take on farmers suicide sparking a row figures on the front pages of many dailies. Quoting the minister, the Hindu and the Tribune write 'Love affairs, impotency behind farmers suicide in the country'.
The Supreme Court ruling that examinees can't wear hijab in the pre-med test is the lead story in the Times of India. The Indian Express headline reads 'Court tells PMT students, faith won't disappear if you don't wear hijab one day'.
The LG-CM tussle continues. 'LG returns Maliwal file' writes the Hindu. "Jung asks for new proposal from AAP govt' says the Pioneer.
The Times of India features an interview with the Delhi Police commissioner, in which he says that the Kejriwal govt is indulging in political posturing and if the police comes under the state, it'll be unfortunate.
Teestea Setalvad getting interim relief from arrest for two weeks from the Bombay high court finds place in many papers. The Delhi Special of the Asian Age and the Statesman have a picture of President Pranab Mukhejee after the inauguration of a restored clock tower in the Presidents estate to mark the completion of the third year of his presidency.
And finally, ten year old Shuham Jaglan, the son of a milkman from Haryana who won the international junior golf event in Las Vegas has his picture on Hindustan Times page one plus. The paper calls him a 'pint sized prodigy'. The Times of India refers to him as 'Indian Tiger woods in the making.