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The escalating of the BJP-AAP verbal duel, the Defence Acquisition council clearing Defence procurements and the Gauhati High Court stepping into the deepening crisis in Arunachal Pradesh are some lead stories in papers today.
"AAP tries to bowl a googly" writes the Pioneer and adds "Jaitley hits back at Chief Minister-says free speech as Fundamental Right does not mean right to speak only falsehood."
The Indian Express writes that with seesaw politics in Itanagar deepening the crisis in Arunachal Pradesh, the Gauhati High Court has stepped in, providing temporary relief to the shaky Congress government of Chief Minister Nabam Tuki.
Refering to the WTO meet, the Hindu writes, "Nairobi dead locked over draft deal on Agriculture. Developing Nations say text favours rich nations.
"All India Pre Medical Test Exam will go high tech to stop mass cheating replay", says the Hindustan Times writing that the measures would include hand held metal detectors, mobile jammers and finger print scanners, to prevent a repeat of the test's notorious 2015 Episode.
"With Three Runway Visual Range devices for the IG Terminal being introduced, the Pioneer reports that the Airport is all ready to battle peak Winter Blues.
"Government defers 2 per cent hike on air tickets" says the Asian Age.
And finally, the Economic Times says Beating Retreat to have Shastriya Sangeet March. Sitar Santoor and Tabla to be heard for the first time at ceremony.