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The Multiprobe Vyapam scam, PM's Uzbek visit, vote against austerity measures in Greece, Supreme Court's landmark ruling on an unwed mother's guardianship claims, find mention on the front pages of all dailies today.
"Another death, still no CBI probe," headlines the Hindustan Times on the Vyapam scam that has rocked Madhya Pradesh. The Hindu quotes Rajnath in its headline "Only courts can decide on CBI probe while the Times of India writes "Vyapam dance of death continues".
"Modi Uzbek President ink three pacts" reports the Asian Age, "discuss terror factory in the neighborhood," says the Pioneer and other newspapers.
"On the crisis in Greece, The Financial Express Headlines "Greece at point of no return" whereas Hindustan Times and Asian Age inform that "Germany hardens stand after Greece votes 'No' ". The Times of India reports that "Indian Economy is relatively well insulated from the crisis in Greece" quoting the chief Economic advisor Arvind Subramaniam.
On a landmark ruling, all newspapers carry reports of the Supreme Court's order "Unwed mother can be sole guardian of child without father's nod," reports the Indian Express, The Hindustan Times, the Times of India and the Tribune.
And finally, it's chicken, fish and toads to the help of humans! "China turns to animals to predict tremors" reports the Times of India adding that seven animal farms in Nanjing have been transformed into seismic stations to warn of earthquakes.