Pranav Dhanawade admits he set himself target of 1,000 runs after record-breaking innings - Mirror Online
The terrorist strike at the Pathankot Air Base and the final push in Combining Operations, remain on the front pages. The Times of India headlines reads "6 terrorists killed, Operation to sanitise Indian Air Force Base starts". The papers adds that the attackers were hiding in a vacant barrack.
The Nation uniting to pay tributes to the security personal killed in the Pathankot terror strike, even as their last rites were being performed, fill the morning papers. The Statesman writes - Breaking the tradition, the daughter of two slain officers gave shoulder to their father's coffin.
"Pakistan promises help to nail JeM attackers," headlines Hindustan Times. Islamabad said on Monday it was working on leads provided by New Delhi on the Pathankot Airbase strike, blamed on the Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed.
"Sensex declines to a 3 months low on China rout", writes The Indian Express. China's equities crashing over 7% on Monday sparked off a rout in key Asian markets and European bourses, with India's Sensex plunging 538 points - to its lowest level in over 3 months.
"Capital Aces Traffic Test on first Working Day" - "Even Monday Delhivers" - headlines The Times of India. The Odd-Even scheme fared well on Monday, with high compliance by Delhiites and a vigourous crackdown on violaters.
The Financial Express says that the Indian Railways have come out with a 'concept paper' on The Rail Development Authority of India. This new institution is proposed as a five member, independent and quasi judicial body - with key functions.
And finally, The Times of India tells us that "Guests bring home immunity - improving bacteria". According to researchers at the University of Chicago, every guest entering our homes emits millions of bacterial cells, and germs which help stimulate our immune system - in our often over-sanitized homes.