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The government announcing the implementation of One Rank One Pension for ex servicemen is the lead in most papers. 'OROP rolled out but veterans want more' is the Hindu headline. 'Military enters the OROP age' says the Hindustan Times. The Tribune writes 'arrears to be paid in 4 half yearly installments, veterans want premature retirees included'.
The Asian Age The Hindu and Mail Today show PM Modi offering prayers at Mahabodhi temple in Bodh Gaya, 'Peace not politics for PM at Bodh Gaya' writes Mail Today.
Good news for Delhi school students. 'AAP government to lessen students workload' says Mail Today. '25 Percent cut in government school syllabus, more time for other activities' writes the Hindustan Times.
The Tribune has a picture of army personnel paying tribute to Lance Naik Goswami. 'Soldier who killed 10 militants laid to rest' is how the Hindustan Times puts it. '10 ultras taken out in 11 days' writes the Tribune.
'Home chefs cook their way to riches via food start up' writes the Financial Express on its front page, of online food service companies giving housewives a chance at entrepreneurship.
And finally, Hindustan Times Sunday special tells us of a group of farmers from Punjab who have brought a green revolution to drought prone Ramanathapuram in Tamil Nadu. 'Sikhs farm success in Tamil Nadu' is how the paper put it.