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The stir over quota demand by Jats in Haryana makes for front page news in all the dailies this morning."Jat fire engulfs Haryana" leads the Pioneer. "Jat stir shakes India Inc"writes the Business Standard, adding that government assurances fail to cut ice with Jat leaders as agitation intensifies, Maruti halts production at two plants, highways railway lines blocked.
Commenting on the latest on the JNU row the Asian Age writes "lookout notices issued for 3 youths. Cops quiz journalist, lawyer held in court rampage gets bail. "Now police seek Zee's camera, chip for Afzal Guru event footage" writes the Indian Express adding that the video was basis of first FIR in JNU case, Kanhaiya arrest.
Referring to the Pathankot attacks, Hindustan Times in an exclusive story writes that "2 sneaked into Pathankot base 48hrs before attack. As 4 gunmen went on the rampage, the troops had no idea 2 more were hiding in the IAF compound's forested area.
"Stand-off in Kashmir as militants take over government building" headlines the Hindu. "Militants kill 3, gunbattle rages 15 km from Srinagar". "Hostage Crisis averted, Army joins operation" informs the Times of India. "PDP, BJP to take a call on Jammu and Kashmir government formation in a day or two" informs the Hindu.
A major sports story that finds mention in the dailies this morning is that of New Zealand Captain Brendon Mccullum playing his last international match hit the fastest century in Tests, off 54 balls against Australia at Christchurch on Saturday. And finally, Genes may be influencing ageing. Well, Hindustan Times reports that University of Georgia scientists have found a hormone, GDF11, that is linked to ageing is controlled by genetics.