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The mysterious death of the dean of a Jabalpur medical college within 24 hours of the death of a TV journalist probing the Vyapapam scam, grabs front page attention. "Doc probing Vyapam scam found dead in Delhi hotel, IMA cries foul" reports the Times of India. The Hindustan Times highlights the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister's response to the growing demands for a CBI probe in the case as it writes "Chouhan doesn't bend on handing over probe to CBI".
The early results of the referendum in Greece on whether or not to accept strict austerity demands in exchange for an economic bailout are prominently noticed on the front pages. "60% have voted 'No' for bailout" writes the Pioneer.
The on-going students' protest in the premier film institute of the country, the FTII continues to be tracked in the press. The Times of India quotes the newly appointed Chairman of the institute, Gajendra Chauha as saying " Will not step down on my own".
And finally, Hindi daily Dainik Bhaskar reports that the Bibipur Panchayat in Haryana, after its innovative initiative of 'selfies with daughters' has now started a drive to encourage people to have their daughter's names on nameplates outside their houses.