BPO employee gang-raped inside moving van in Bengaluru
The Dadri lynching incident in which a man was beaten to death by a village mob over rumours that his family had consumed beef continues to dominate the front pages. On the visit of BJP MLA Sangeet Som to Dadri, the Indian Express writes "In Dadri, Muzaffarnagar -accused BJP MLA warns : Befitting reply if innocents framed". The Asian Age highlights UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav's meeting with the victim's family under the caption "Akhilesh pledges justice for Dadri lynching victim". The Tribune quotes the village head as saying "I feel ashamed".
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's remarks on black money are prominently noticed. The Hindu quotes Mr Jaitley as saying "Bulk of black money is in India".
All the papers take note of the election of Shashank Manohar as the new chief of the cricket control body BCCI.
The Times of India writes "Back as BCCI boss, Manohar vows clean-up in 2 months".
The Indian Express highlights former Law Minister Ram Jethmalani's comments on the forthcoming Bihar elections. The paper quotes him as saying "Modi cheated people, must be defeated in Bihar".
In a front page exclusive, the Hindustan Times reports that the army is planning to deploy remote controlled machine guns on the Line of Control to tighten security measures to fend off infiltrators.
The press continues to track the condition of Indrani Mukherjee, the prime accused in the Sheena Bora murder case after she fell unconscious in prison. "Indrani out of danger but drug overdose mystery deepens" reports the Indian Express.
The Nepalese Ambassador's interview with PTI, in the backdrop of supplies to Nepal from India being hit, is noticed in many papers. The Hindu quotes him as saying "Dont push Nepalis to the wall". The Asian Age reports him as saying "Left with no option, Nepal would approach other countries, including China".
And finally, a new list of the best Asian films of all time compiled by the Busan International Film Festival in South Korea.