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The opposition parties joining ranks against the government protesting against the suspension of 25 Congress MP's, the government softening over the Land Bill, the Naga peace accord, the RBI keeping its key lending rate low, and government blocking child porn sites dominate most newspapers today.
"Stung Congress ramps up protest " headlines the Hindustan Times.
"Naga accord : A triumph of modi's grand vision", headlines the Pioneer.
The Tribune reports that, On coming 15th August the principals of all government run schools in Haryana will not have any VIP, but its the most educated girl of the schools who will hoist the National Flag. Beti ka Salaam, Rashtriya ke Naam, according to Haryana Government circular.
The Hindu Business Line reports of a rural innovation success story of a farmer Chandu Bhai Baraiya from Gujarat. He has used Indian indigenous cow's urine-Gaumutra to keep pink boll worm at bay for the last five years and saved 45,000 rupees on pesticides.
The Indian Express reports that the 72 first year students of IIT Roorkee who were expelled last month have been taken back and given a second chance.
The paper also carries a story of some confusion over martyr Udham Singh's descendants on his 75th death anniversary on 31st July.
The Hindu reports of an ex US official's opinion that India should join the US-led fight against the terror outfit Islamic state IS non-militarily.
And finally, the Lakme fashion week to receive the rich Varanasi saris; Shubham Jaglan, a golf prodigy from Haryana having won 2 international golf titles; Sachin & Amitabh to be the Save Tiger Ambassadors in Maharashtra; residents of a Delhi colony to hold satsang to shut wine shops, and a proposal to run trams in Old Delhi' are some of the stories covered by papers today.