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Indian security agencies eliminating three of the ten Pakistani terrorists who had entered Gujarat recently to carry out attacks is the top story in most newspapers this morning.The Indian Express quotes a home official as saying "India acts on Pakistan NSA's tip off,kills 3 terrorists ". "Government says three of 10 terrorists killed" leads the Hindu adding "Seven others on the run, Somnath temple in Gujarat possible target".
Writing on the latest on the JNU incident the Times of India writes "JNU panel report indicts students for 'defiance' in holding Feb 9 meet". "JNU erupts Kanhaiya seeks Smriti resignation" states the Asian Age. "Kanhaiya almost forgets Umar in hour-long speech" notes Hindustan Times.
"TMC expose rocks parliament" headlines the Statesman adding "Government favor inquiry into graft charges".
All the papers report that Mother Teresa will be made a saint on September 4, Pope Francis announced on Tuesday, 19 years after the death of the Nobel Laureate who spent 45 years serving the poor and sick in Kolkata.
The Business Line and the Pioneer report on the front pages that Donald Trump favors Indian students staying back in the US. The Business Line quotes Trump as saying "They're smart and the country needs them".
The Hindu under the caption "a new era in Myanmar" carries the photograph of Hitin Kyaw, the newly elected president with the National league for democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi in parliament at Napyitaw.
The Pioneer in a front page story writes that Indians in the United Kingdom face deportation for earning 'less'. The paper writes that those with annual salary below 35,000 pounds can be deported under a new law.
And finally, the Hindustan Times reports there will soon be a new blood test to detect multiple diseases including diabetes, cancer, traumatic injury and neurodegeneration, in a highly sensitive and specific manner.