India signs peace accord with militant tribal separatists - SWI swissinfo.ch
Times of India headlines, "Govt. offers intervention by PM to break house logjam", on the continuing deadlock in Parliament. "No work, no Pay? We are working; says Congress MPs", quotes the Asian Age.
Hindustan Times leads with an Indian Statistical Institute study commissioned by the National Investigation Agency, pegging the quantum of counterfeit currency in circulation nationwide at 400 crore rupees, much below estimates by the Intelligence Bureau.
Indian Express quotes an Ex-Raw officer as saying, "New Taliban Chief escorted Azhar" from Kandhar airport, in the IC-814 hijacking.
Hindustan Times, in a front page story says, "All India Radio fights China radio intrusion" as the state broadcaster plans to increase coverage to 60 percent of India to counter influence of Chinese radio in border areas.
Pioneer reports, "China gears up to fight dengue, sets up largest mosquito factory in Guangzhou to release one million sterilised mosquitoes every week, in a bid to dilute their population with insects that don't carry the disease.
The paper also informs "DMRC to raise fares to keep Metro on track", awaiting a nod from the Urban Development Ministry.
The Hindu headlines "FTII students to take protest to Delhi" intensifying their 52- day old stir.
Hindustan Times comments self-styled godman "Asaram turns saint in pages of Rajasthan text books"!
The paper also states, sunny days could be here for rooftop solar units as costs dip and recovery time shrinks to five years.
And finally, under the headline "Indian girl stuck in Pakistan needs" 'Bajrangi Bhaijan' ", Indian Express highlights a real life story of a deaf and mute Indian girl stuck in Pakistan for 14 years, where all efforts to trace her family in India remain unsuccessful.