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The Supreme Court direction to implement the Lodha Panel report and the follow-up after the attack on the Tanzanian woman in Bengaluru are lead stories in papers today.
Supreme Court telling BCCI to implement the Lodha Committee reforms is covered by most papers. "No 2nd innings for you, fall in line on reforms", Times of India quotes the Supreme Court. Indian Express notes "Board stunned, wants more time".
The Asian Age asks " 'Big Three' to lose ICC privileges?" referring to the executive clout and financial power that India, Australia and England exercised in the body, after its Shashank Manohar - led board recommended a complete overhaul of the current power structure.
On the outrage over the Bengaluru attack, Hindustan Times writes "Tanzania envoy in Centre's team for Bengaluru probe".
"Hopes of early Jammu and Kashmir Government dimming" reports the Pioneer on the prevailing uncertainty in the state.
"GST 12-14 percent forecast.
And finally, the Indian Express, in a front page story notes, in a rare tribute, a Kerala may be delayed further as parties get poll - ready" leads The Business Standard, also noting "Nasscom lowers FY17 growth outlook" to 10-12 percent from the temple stopped Pujas for 2 days this week, to mourn a Muslim man, a member of the executive committee of its annual festival, who was beaten to death.