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Girls grabbing the top 4 ranks in the UPSC exam is the lead in most news papers. 'IAS results turns womens's Day' reads the Hindustan Times headline. Delhi's Ira Singhal, a differently abled achiever, who topped this year, says that she was barred from Civil Services earlier over her disability, reports the Indian Express. The Times of India aptly puts it as 'Dawn of a new Ira'.
Its not just in academics, but in sports too. Mail Today has a picture captioned 'Chak de India' on its front page, showing the Indian Women's hockey team after beating Japan and who are all set for Olympics after 25 years.
The PM's Swachh Bharat massage seems to be falling on deaf ears, writes the Hindustan Times. 'Swachh Bharat ? Govt buildings raise a stink' writes the paper. The Pioneer reports that in a survey on government buildings, Hyderabad House tops the list whereas Shastri Bhawan is the dirtiest.
Lalit Modi has dragged Rahul Gandhi and Robert Vadra now in the ongoing controversy, writes the Hindu. The Times of India shows a picture of Rahul, posted by Modi on Twitter, saying that he hosted the Gandhi scion when he was the IPL boss.
All business dailies have reported of Greece being on the brink ahead of the crucial referendum today.
And finally, the Times of India has a picture on its front page, showing children being taught in a school. Well whats special about that you may ask. 'A metro pillar pathshala puts lives of labourers' kids on track' writes the paper, as it reports of Rajesh Sharma, who teaches labourers kids for free when their parents are at work. Definitely good deeds like this reaffirm ones faith in humanity.