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The rising instances of intolerance in the country -- the attack on the BCCI office in Mumbai, the blackening of J&K MLA Engineer Rasheed in Delhi, the desecrating of the Sikh Holy book leading to protests, and the shutting down of Kashmir following the death of a teenage trucker who was attacked over cow slaughter rumours --- find place on the front pages of all the dailies today. "Sena vandalises BCCI headquarters over meet" with Pakistan Cricket Board Chief headlines The Statesman. "Hate squad attacks blacken face of Indian democracy" -- Times of India. And "Second time in a fortnight, President sends message on tolerance, dissent" headlines the Indian Express."
"Kejriwal puts age of juveniles back in focus" reports the The Hindu, quoting the Delhi chief minister as saying that "fear of the law and law enforcement has ceased to exist in the capital's criminals." "Kejriwal seeks death for 15-year old rapists too" notes the Pioneer.
The Prime Minister to lay the foundation stone for Amravati, the new Capital of Andhra Pradesh, has been reported in some dailies. "In two days, a capital dream will rise from dust in Guntur." says the Indian Express.
"India desires to see a united, stable, prosperous Nepal" reports the Pioneer of the message conveyed by PM Narendra Modi to Napalese deputy Prime Minister.
And Finally, in news that inspires communal harmony "Muslims beat Hindus to plum roles at Agra's oldest Ramlila" organised by the Railways, notes the Times of India.