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"Pause in rainfall gives Chennai a breather, relief gathers pace" is the Hindustan Times headline. While the Pioneer states "Chennai reduced to ghost town".
Asian Age writes "Government may accept Congress proposals on GST Bill" while Hindustan Times reports " Congress MPs agree to play constructive role for key bills".
"With 400% hike, Delhi MLAs India's best-paid" is another story in the Hindustan Times.
The Economic Times reports "Defence up in Arms Against 7th pay panel proposals" with the armed forces readying to sound the bugle of protest.
"Government set to reject Indo-Pak series "even in a neutral venue like Sri Lanka, reports the Hindustan Times. Indian Express quotes BCCI secretary, Anurag Thakur as saying "Need to engage, play Pak, social media not sense of the nation".
Times of India leads with,"Pak-origin couple gun down 14 in California could be terror".
"Obama feels Modi honest.. has clear vision for India, says White House" writes the Indian Express.
Hindustan Times reports "NGO to watch over December 16 juvenile". Asian Age informs, villagers of Badaun reach Lucknow to seek help to ensure he does not return to the village.
"Delhi air pollution increases by 600% since October" is a front page story in the Pioneer. Asian Age states "Kids staying indoors also at risk".
Hindustan Times writes " Ageing commercial vehicle to be junked across country". "2.7 million trucks face red light " from April 1, headlines the Business Standard.
Financial Express says "Multinationals' tax leeway set to shrink" as Government prepares to adopt new regime proposed by OECD & G-20 nations.
"YouTube opens first video production studio in India" covers the Hindu Business Line.
And finally, "Report traffic violation, earn free foreign trip " or bag a car, says the Hindu of a Delhi Traffic Police scheme to reward vigilant commuters & travellers.