Hema says the father of the child killed is responsible for the Dausa accident - The Times of India
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister agreeing to a CBI probe into the Vyapam Scam gets prominent attention in newspapers this morning.
Pioneer reports "MP CM for CBI probe to honour public sentiment", Indian Express states "Shivraj relents on CBI probe, opposition wants Shivraj probe too".
Papers also notice prominently the bomb scare in a Turkish plane leading to an emergency landing in Delhi on Tuesday.
Pioneer headlines "Pricey import has Army gun for 'Make in India' " reporting, the Indian Army could go in for 'Make in India' acquisitions in the backdrop of cancellation of a global tender, as foreign rifles were found unsatisfactory.
"Mandatory recognition for trade unions likely", according to a Union Labour Ministry proposal, reports the Business Standard.
The paper also observes "Greek crisis prompts SBI to delay 1.5-billion dollar bond sale".
Hindustan Times informs, a British Tamil batsman died after being struck in the chest by a ball while playing in the British Tamil League in Surrey, UK.
In another freak incident, Times of India reports, an
8-year-old boy died of electric shock from a malfunctioning biometric machine at a health club in Delhi.
Asian Age highlights, "UN lauds India, China for role in poverty reduction", by lifting more than a billion people out of extreme poverty since 1990.
And finally, the Hindu Business Line observes "Now, a glove to translate sign language", stating, researchers in Mexico have developed a glove that would translate text and sign languages to facilitate conversation between speech and hearing-impaired people.