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The arrest of JNU student leader on sedition charges that snowballed into a political free for all makes for front page news in all the dailies this morning. "Showdown escalates on JNU campus" leads the Hindu. "Neta's of all hues wade in, make JNU theatre of national politics" is the lead in the Times of India. "Sedition arrest later, police want NIA and Special Cell to come in" writes the Indian Express. The paper adds that It's now government verses opposition: Congress left join protests, Centre firm.
Commenting on the Make in India week the Pioneer quotes the Prime Minister as saying "Best time to Make in India." "PM promises easy tax regime" informs the Asian Age. "PM offers deregulation lure to Make in India" reports the Times of India.
Writing on the United States move to sell F-16s to Pakistan, the Hindu writes, "India calls US envoy, protests F-16s sale to Pakistan".
Referring to the deposition of Pakistani American terrorist David Coleman Headley the Statesman reports that Headley was told by his handler Sajid Mir that nothing will happen to Lakhvi. The Hindu quotes Headley as saying "Wanted to 'use' sena man for Mumbai attack".
Writing on the 2016 Tamilnadu assembly elections the Pioneer headlines, "Congress rides piggyback on DMK for Tamilnadu luck". "Marginalised Congress joins DMK front, without terms" is the headline in the Times of India.
"Bank of Baroda posts loss of rupees 3,342 crore" informs the Financial Express. The paper writes that provisions for Non Performing Assets (NPAs) identified by RBI's asset quality review in Quarter-3 Fiscal Year-2016 instead of spreading it over two quarters has ensured the Bank of Baroda's quarterly profits turn into a massive loss in Q-3, Financial Year -16.