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Revelations by Headley, decks cleared for J&K government formation and a Delhi dentist becoming a victim of road rage dominate headlines today."Headley reveals how Pakistan nurtured him" is the Pioneer headline. "Govt says no link to retired Navy officer held in Pak" notes the Asian Age. The Indian Express leads with "Pak calls him spy, MEA says he retired from Navy, has no links with govt".
"Mehbooba all set to be J&K's first woman CM" states the Hindustan Times.Papers track the aftermath of the Brussels attack. "Returning Indians narrate Brussels ordeal" reports the Pioneer. "We had lost all hope of returning home alive" the Times of India quotes them.
"Shoes, belts to be off as airports step up frisking" following heightened alert issued by intelligence agencies after the Brussels attacks, informs the Asian Age."Goa tops Islamic State's India hitlist" as IS seeks to attack foreign tourists and Indian security forces in the state for global publicity, reports the Hindustan Times."Search for 'anti-national' on Google Maps shows JNU" headlines the Hindu, a story covered by all papers.
"Mob drags city dentist out of home, kills him in front of son" after an argument over rash bike riding, is the lead in the Times of India."Aadhar will benefit govt in war on black money and benami deals" states the Hindustan Times.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal "only Indian in Fortune List of world's 50 greatest leaders", ranking 42 in the magazine's third annual list, reports the Asian Age and the Business Standard.
And finally, "By 2030, India may have only electric cars". The Hindu Business Line informs of an ambitious plan of the Government, to assess if India can be 100 percent electric vehicle country by 2030.