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Monsoon session of Parliament opening on a stormy note and Supreme Court rejecting Yakub Memon's mercy petition are the main lead in newspapers this morning.
"United Opposition Ensures Rajya Sabha Washout on Day 1", headlines the Statesman. Pioneer comments "Congress prefers flight as NDA chooses to fight ", as the BJP accused Congress of running away from discussion.
Times of India leads with "Yakub to hang on his Birthday for killing 257 after Supreme Court rejects plea". The Asian Age says, "Yakub in fresh petition to President", in maybe only the second case in the country's history when mercy petition is filed twice before the President.
Pioneer headlines, "Delhi's Curse BRT scrapped at last". Times of India states "It's official, BRT will be dismantled after rains".
Times of India also mentions, "Supreme Court junks govt plea on OBC quota for Jats ". Pioneer reports SC felt there was no ground to accommodate Jats under OBC quota due to their predominant representation in Govt jobs.
The Hindu Business Line takes note of the Department of Telecom ordering Telecom companies to submit action taken report on frequent call drops by 31st July.
Economic Times highlights "Suzuki finds Child Maruti now bulkier than itself", says, in a first, Indian automaker overtakes Japanese parent in market value.
And finally, "Banks may soon give wing to your entrepreneurial dream" as Hindu Business Line informs, banks are considering a moratorium on repayments to education loan borrowers if they want to start a venture after graduation.