“Supreme Court nixes plea against choice of Chief Vigilance Commissioner, but tough on Lokpal delay” says DNA. “Court favours listing of pleas over nikah halala” writes DNA.”Supreme Court speed up hearing of nikah halala” informs the Pioneer adding “Woman facing eviction from her in-laws’ home seeks urgent listing.
“Congress wants united opposition to take on joint polls plan”leads the Asian Age adding “Party looks to build Opposition toforce wider discussion”. In a related story the paper quotes the Shiv Senaas saying “Opposition unity impossible without Congress”.
On the Cauvery water issue the Hindu writes “Cauvery authoritydirects Karnataka to release water”. The paper informs that at first meet,no discussion on the State’s decision to move Supreme Court against CauveryWater Management Authority”.
“Assam citizen list deadline pushed to July 30 by Supreme Court”says the Asian Age.
The mysterious death of 11 members of a family in North Delhi’s Burari area is also one of the story that dominate headlines this morning. “Burari Dance ofdeath a mass murder?” questions Mail Today.
“Macabre tale of Burari ‘pipe’ dream leads the Pioneer. The paper writes that 11 pipesexiting outer wall substantiate ‘occult’ angle. “Burari mystery deepens,cops probe ‘godmen’ link” writes Hindustan Times.
Brazil storming into the quarter-finals with a 2-0 win over Mexico iscovered with reports and photographs. “Naysayers Slayed, NeymarNails” reads the caption above a photograph of the action in the match in the Economic Times.