JNU spirit on show again: 'Tej se bolo kahn hain hum? Bharatwasi! Bharatwasi!' - Firstpost
Home Minister Rajnath Singh statement on JNU event has been covered prominently in today's papers. The Hindu quotes the Home Minister as saying "LeT wing backed JNU protest". The Asian Age reports "Rajnath claims Hafiz backed JNU protests".
All the papers carry photos of the fire that broke out on a stage during a cultural programme at the Make in India week event at Girgaun Chawpatty in Mumbai on Sunday.
On the one year in office of the Aam Aadmi Party Hindustan Times writes "AAP doles out water bonanza on first anniversary in power". "Kejri plans to waive all pending water bills" writes The Asian Age.
"Government to lower stake in PSU banks to 51%" reports The Indian Express. The Asian Age quotes the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley as saying "Bank reforms soon, but won't exit banks". The paper also quotes in as saying "Manmohan Singh great only as Finance Minister, not Prime Minister".
"Indian may become US apex court judge" speculates The Hindu. Srikanth Srinivasan is the most probable choice for nomination to the US Supreme Court says the paper. "Person of Indian origin PIO favoured to be judge in US Supreme Court" writes The Times of India.
The Pioneer quotes Prime Minister Modi as saying "World Slipping, India growing. World Bank, IMF lauding our growth as global economy is going through a crisis".
The Hindu in an exclusive story informs that "the National Investigation Agency NIA is to hand over photos of Pathankot attackers to Pakistan".
The Pioneer reports that taking the first step towards gradually reverting to its original role of undertaking counter terror operations the National Security Guard (NSG) has pulled out over 600 commandos from its VVIP security units.