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Many members of the Opposition backing the GST Bill, defering of Land Acquisition Bill to the winter session of Parliament and Madras High Court rejecting DMK leader Dayanidhi Maran's anticipatory bail plea in the case of alleged running of an illegal BSNL exchange for the benefit of Sun TV are some front page stories in papers today.
"Opposition unity cracks as many back GST - Mulayam issues ultimatum to Congress to let Houses function." writes the Asian Age.
The Economic Times writes that with the monsoon session heading for a washout, India Inc has blamed the Opposition while also warning the government, against diluting the land bill amendment and delaying GST implementation. " Still waiting for Acche Din, adds the Paper.
"Monsoon to enter key phase with 9% deficit", Writes the Hindustan Times adding that India's June-September monsoon has been deficient so far & quite uneven in its spread, with the rain bearing system entering a phase that will largely determine whether the country can escape a drought for the first time in 6 years.
"Delhi sees first dengue death 3 year old dies in RML" reports the Hindustan Times, adding "of the 119 cases reported in 2015, 66 cases were registered in the first 8 days of August.
The Business Standard reports that the Centre looks set to seek a compensation of around 426 crore rupees from Swiss food major Nestle, over the alleged damages caused by Maggi Noodles to Indian consumers.
The Hindustan Times writes The Supreme Court on Monday said the fact that compensation has been paid to the next of kin of victims of security forces' encounter killings in Manipur "amply indicates that such encounters were fake.
And finally, The Times of India cautions that Net Addiction can weaken immunity and increase your risk of catching flu and cold by 30 percent.