10 Armymen trapped in Siachen avalanche feared dead - Rising Kashmir
"IAF issues shoot-at-sight orders in frontline bases" following the Pakistani terror attack on Pathankot airbase in January is the lead story in Hindustan Times and other newspapers today. "Smart fences to secure 54 IAF bases," reports The Pioneer. "Attack probe: India in touch with Pakistan," headlines The Statesman. "Name and Shame perpetrators, supporters of terrorism: Foreign Secretary" says the Indian Express. The Asian Age notes, "Stalled Foreign Secretary talks delay plan to hike LoC trade". The Hindu in a related story reports, "IS threat: Maharastra rolls out de-radicalisation plan."
A mob of Bengalure locals allegedly stripping and attacking a Tanzanian girl is reported on the front page of The Times of India--'B'luru mob 'strips' Tanzanian girl'
The Aam Aadmi Party's bid to bring the capital city's civic strike to an end is noted in all dailies. "Arvind Kejriwal waves white flag at MCD," reports Mail Today. "Kejri's 550-crore-rupee loan fails to end city's civic strike," notes Hindustan Times; "Workers to continue stir," -- the Statesman. "CM alleges BJP aims to impose President's rule" reports the Asian Age.
"Indian firm develops 'Worlds first' Zika virus vaccine," notes The Tribune. Hyderabad- based "Vaccines manufacturer, Bharat Biotech, announced a breakthrough in the development of the Zika vaccine" reports the Hindu.
And finally, it's back to Indianness and Indian ways. "Thali and Kulhad Chai debut on Air India menu" reports the Times of India.