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The terror attack in Pakistan and a foiled bid in India are the lead stories in today's papers. "Terror revisits Pak university," headlines The Pioneer; "Taliban gunmen open fire, 25 die," reports Asian Age; "Oh Pakistan! " laments The Tribune. "Four terrorists held in Roorki" reports the Statesman. "IS comes to India: planned to strike NCR malls, Kumbh" headlines the Times of India. Meanwhile, "Top cop's stolen SUV in Noida, prompting a security alert" reports the Hindustan Times. "Police launched a massive hunt to trace the Tata Safari as well as to catch the culprits."
On the Hyderabad University student' suicide, Asian Age reports, "Opposition trying to instigate all, charges Irani. Not 'dalit vs non-dalit' issue, says HRD mantri. HRD may sack V-C after panel's report." The Indian Express highlights, "Dalit professors threaten to quit, campus tries to lower heat."
"Sensex slides to 20-month low" reports the Financial Express. "Rupee slumps to touch pre-Rajan era level," notes the Hindu.
On CBI's conduct in probing an alleged corruption case against the Delhi Chief Minister's principle secretary, the Statesman reports, "Court boost for Kejriwal".
"Amit Shah set to start his full term as BJP President Sunday after completing the remaining period of Rajnath Singh's term" has been reported by the Indian Express and other dailies.
"Soon your GPS will be desi" says The Pioneer. "With the placement of the fifth navigation satellite in the Earth's lower orbit on Wednesday, India is on the verge of edging out the USA's Global positioning system from its airspace and installing its own navigation system."
"Due to intense cold in the Capital, government schools shut primary wings for next three days. January is turning out to be one long vacation for Delhi's schoolchildren," reports Hindustan Times.