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NOW LOOK AT TODAY'S NEWSPAPERS:-
Pakistan calling off NSA talks is the lead in most dailes. "Pak says NSA talks not possible now" reads the Hindustan Times headline. 'Decision comes after India's tough stand on Kashmir' says the Statesman.
A dossier prepared by India about Dawood's presence in Pakistan finds front page coverage in many papers. 'Underworld don holed up in Karachi' inform the Tribune, adding that Dawood has 9 homes in Pakistan.
'Murder count in India falls to its lowest level since 1960' writes the Times of India on its front page.
Stand on your own feet, Jaitley tells steel sector reports Financial Express. Finance Minister asks industry to hike competitiveness, dont look for band-aid solutions.
'By 2016, India to have 10 new green supercomputers' writes the Hindustan Times, adding that these will be installed in select universities to boost high and inter disciplinary research.
The Indian Express reports of a British era chandelier at the main entrance of the Taj, which came crashing down, prompting the archaeological survey to conduct a probe.
To see the Taj Mahal on a full moon night is every tourist's dream. The government is simplifying the process to do so now. The Hindustan Times writes 'Soon, e-ticket's for Taj Mahal night viewing.'
Are you shedding tears on onion prices? well, there is a ray of hope. '84 tonnes of Egyptian onion's arrive, may being down prices'.
And finally, the Hindu writes 'Coffee smells sweet for Karnataka growers, referring to timely showers which will ensure them a good yield this year.