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TODAY'S NEWSPAPERS HEADLINES:-
Newspapers report the ongoing strike by civic workers in Delhi. "MCD crises: AAP, BJP cross swords" reports The Asian Age. The Hindustan Times calls it an "MCD-AAP slugfest". "Civic workers on dumping binge, PWD lifts garbage," says The Pioneer. "Doctors-Nurses join civic workers strike" highlights The Statesman.
The Congress Vice President's one-day fast in Hyderabad University is noticed in all dailies. "Political bickering begins" says The Hindustan Times. "BJP accuses him of cashing in on suicide" reports The Pioneer; "calls it farce" highlights The Tribune. "Sushma says Rohit was not a Dalit" headlines The Indian Express. The Hindu notes "Rahul sees Gandhi parallel in Rohith Vemula's death."
"Sharif admits Pathankot hit talks, pledges to uproot terror" headlines The Times of India. "Will find out if Pak soil was used," notes The Indian Express. "Pathankot report to be made public" The Asian Age reports Sharif's promise.
The unfortunate death of a 6-year-old boy in a Delhi school finds prominence in today's newspapers. "Class 1 student drowns in school water tank" says The Hindu. "Mystery shrouds death" reports The Pioneer.
As we enter the budget month tomorrow, "No populist budget, hints Jaitley", reports The Tribune. "Finance Minister says government won't pursue retrospective tax claims"-- Asian Age. "No new trains likely in Rail Budget, again" headlines The Asian Age and adds, "Budget session likely from February 23".
Angelique Kerber's stunning win against Serena Williams in the Australian Open is featured with photographs on all front pages. The win is a German's first after 17 years thwarted Serena Williams' bid to equal Stefi Graff's Open-era record Grand Slam titles.