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All newspapers carry India's response to the heightened tension along the Indo-Pak border following ceasefire violations. "Pak fire provokes India warning"says, Hindustan Times; "India warns Pak of a forceful response" says, The Tribune; "Tit for tat" writes the Pioneer; and "Border hots up" headlines the Indian Express.
A high level Government Committee's recommendations on online calls and Net neutrality finds mention in most dailies. "Online calls may not remain free" writes the Hindustan Times. "Panel push to regulate WhatsApp Skype calls" reports The Asian Age, Times of India and other newspapers.
The Asian Age on its front page carries a report of the continuing strike by students of FTII. "RSS calls FTII protesters 'anti-Hindu', bats for Gajendra Chauhan", whereas the Times of India reports of the support for the students from the film community and their teachers."
Several dailies carry the news with pictures of Aam Aadmi Party's decision to open cheap canteens. "VAT an idea! Aam Aadmi canteen is food for thought", says the Pioneer. The Economic Times draws a parallel between the AAP's move with the canteens in Tamilnadu: "If TN has its Amma, Delhi finds its Anna in Kejriwal"
35 percent Urban India is BPL, quoting unreleased data says, Indian Express "From the first Urban Socio- Economic and Caste Census."
In a first of its kind, "ED charges Hurriyat man with terror funding" in Jammu & Kashmir reports the Hindu.
And finally, starting Monday, watching movies at Cinema Halls across the city will get costlier with the Aam Admi Party government issuing a notification to hike entertainment tax.