The Supreme Court appointed panel banning IPL teams Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals, Iran and world powers clinching a Nuclear deal and the loss of human lives in a Stampede in Rajahmundry are some prominent stories in papers today.
"In Iran, 6 major powers reach historic Nulcear deal ; fresh hope for world, sanctions to be lifted but Israel calls it "Surrender" "writes the Asian Age.
Covering the Stampede at the Godavari Pushkaran festival, the Pioneer writes "27 die as thousands jostle for holy dip; 60 injured in stampede on Godavari bank, soon after Andhra CM left venue."
In a story titled "The white elephant named FTII," the Mail Today reports - "350 staffers for 350 students; Government spend on each student is over 10 Lakh rupees per year, more than what is spent on an IIM student." The paper adds that the institute has failed to organize its convocation since 1997 and that the oldest batch of 2008 is still pursuing their course in the institute.
"Pak Hindus can now Bank on India" says the Economic Times writing that Hindu migrants from across the border may soon get banking and property rights in India.
The Hindu reports that official air quality data for the first half of this year shows that while Delhi does indeed face high levels of pollution, Kanpur, Chennai and Varanasi are worse off, with Chennai having the highest proportion of "severe" days, based on Air quality index.
In an exclusive report, the Hindustan Times writes "1993 blasts convict Yakub Memon to hang on July 30th, if review plea rejected."
And finally, In good news for the fight against Ebola, the Times of India reports that in a first, a Vaccine that can be inhaled has been developed to fight the deadly Virus based disease.