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The Monsoon session of Parliament paralysed for the second week now, India to boycott CPU meet in Pakistan, the Modi-Jayalalitha bonhome and security beefed up for the Supreme Court Judge who rejected Yakub Memon's mercy plea, are the stories which find place on the front pages of most papers.
The Hindustan Times and The Tribune have taken Sonia, Rahul attacking Sushma Swaraj as their lead.' Sonia swipe at Sushma - she is an expert in theatrics' states the Tribune. Quoting Rahul Gandhi, the Hindustan Times writes about Sushma 'Ministers family took money from Lalit Modi'.
The Indian Express has given prominence to the Commonwealth Parliamentary Union conference 'Pak dosen't invite J&K speaker, India protest, warns of boycott' reads the paper's headline.
The Hindu has a picture of the PM and Jayalalitha in Chennai. 'PM seeks AIADMK support in Parliament' writes the paper, adding that 'PM skips protocol, calls on CM at her residence'.
Justice Deepak Mishra who had tuned down final plea of Yakub Memon getting death threat finds place in the Pioneer, Tribune and the Hindu.
'Secular blogger hacked to death in Bangaladesh, 4th this year' reports the Times of India. Mail Today has an article on this by Taslima Nasreen titled 'Safe in Bangladesh only if you do not question hardliners.
In an Hindustan Time exclusive, the paper writes of the ultimate tribute the nation will pay to the Missile Man. 'New BrahMos gets Kalam name' - the first hypersonic missile will be named after the late President.
Were you out driving in Delhi yesterday? The Times of India lead story says 'Nightmarish jams, helpless cops, frayed tempers - this city is becoming unlivable'. Calling it a 'frazzling friday', the paper says that the traffic gridlock was like in Bangkok in the eighties.
And finally, a heartwarming picture in the Times Of India shows students from 5 city schools, along with ISKCON monks planting saplings in Astha Kunj, near Nehru Place, in Delhi. "With song on lips, kids paint green future" writes the paper, as 2000 saplings were planted yesterday.