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Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Bihar to launch several schemes dominates the front pages. Referring to the alliance between the JD(U) and Lalu Prasad Yadav's RJD, The Tribune quotes the Prime Minister as saying "Nitish backstabbed Bihar for Lalu". With regard to Mr Modi reportedly finding fault with Nitish Kumar's DNA for allying with the RJD, the Pioneer quotes the Bihar Chief Minister as saying "It does not behove a PM to use such language".
A Delhi court's decision on the IPL-6 spot fixing case is prominently noticed on the front pages. "Sreesanth, 35 others let off IPL spot-fixing hook" reports the Hindustan Times. The Times of India reports the court as saying "Dawood link not proved, MCOCA wont apply".
The All India Pre-Medical Test or AIPMT held yesterday after the Suprme court had cancelled the May 3 test is widely noticed. The Times of India writes "Many skip pre-med retest amid face off over faith : Muslim student, Nun refuse to remove religious attire". The Tribune in a front page story states "33% candidates skip AIPMT retest".
The comments made by the Chairman of the Indian Council of Historical Research on the Babri Masjid-Ram Janmabhoomi issue draw wide attention. The Indian Express quotes him as saying "Leftists refuse to believe Ram was born in Ayodhya".
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's defence of Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh listing 'love affairs' as one of the reasons for farmers suicides across the country is keenly noticed in the press.