Pathankot attack: Pressure mounts on Pak to act as Kerry calls Nawaz | world | Hindustan Times
Prime Minister Modi's likely visit to Pathankot the High Court's impending assessment on the odd even rule on Delhi roads on January 11th, and Mehbooba Mufti wanting to take oath post the mourning period of 4 days on her father's death before taking oath as J&K CM are some lead stories in papers today.
"Pak plays Napak tricks again!" opines the Pioneer, writing that the Nawaz Sharif government has ordered a probe into the Pathankot attacks but evidence has failed to find any action on leads given by India.
"BJP panel finds Azad guilty, likely to expel him for indiscipline", writes the Hindustan Times.
"Gas prices may rise, deregulation likely", writes the Asian Age. The paper adds that in a move that may escalate the natural gas prices, the centre is learnt to be seriously considering a proposal to allow its cost to be determined by market forces.
Reporting on the Mega Discovery of Gas Hydrates off the Andhra Coast by ONGC, the Times of India writes that this find could be 4 times bigger than India's Previous No.1 yield, found by Reliance Industries Ltd in 2002.
The Mail Today writes that with the Delhi government scrapping the management quota from the admission criteria in the middle of the ongoing admission session, over 200 private schools have resolved to write to the state government against the decision and may move court, if they are not heeded.
And finally, the Times of India writes that even though previous studies have lauded the number of anti-oxidants in Red wine, in the first overhaul of Alcohol guidelines in 20 years, Britons are now being told that any alcohol is risky and may cause cancer. The paper adds that even an extra glass of wine per day is not good.