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The Suspension of BJP MP Kirti Azad from the party, PM Modi's Russia Visit and the charge sheet in the Dadri Mop lynching being filed are some front page stories across papers today.
Referring to a shooting incident in a city court in Delhi, The Times of India writes "Cop killed, judge almost hit as gang opens fire in court."
With 8 days to go for the odd/even rule for vehicles to be implemented in Delhi, The Indian Express reports "20 categories exempt; two wheelers, women drivers, hybrid cars, VVIP's except Delhi CM "adding that the Delhi govt. has written to the Lt. Governer for authorization to issue challans and that rule will also apply to all cars entering Delhi.
Writing about a verdict from the Delhi High Court that will benefit thousands of land owners, The Times of India says "Property can be registered below circle rate, rules High Court".
"Kirti suspended; defiant. Party action fails to silence BJP MP on DDCA; says will reveal more", writes The Tribune.
The Statesman says that Russia's bombing of Syria may amount to a war crime because of the number of civilians it's strikes have killed, on Amnesty International has presented evidence, that the air raids had violated humanitarian law.
The Asian Age writes that in fresh trouble for Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, the Maharashtra govt. has decided to move the Supreme Court to Challange his acquittal in the 2002 hit and run case.
And finally in good news for the Environment, The Pioneer writes that Surface cleaning of the Ganga will start in Jan 10 major cities in the country.