The mysterious death of 11 members of a family in a North Delhi Burari home, and the bus accident in Uttarakhand, occupy prominent place in the newspapers today.
”Mass suicide? 11 of family found dead in city home”, leads The Times of India. “Family was murdered”, The Hindu, on the other hand quotes the elder daughter of the family, who had spoken to them on phone the previous night, and said, everything was fine then.
”48 dead as overloaded bus falls into gorge in Uttarakhand”, highlights the DNA.
“Single GST rate is not possible; Milk and Mercedes can’t have same rate”, The Asian Age quotes the Prime Minister. ”Jaitley Hints at Rationalising GST Rates as Revenues Surge”, is the lead in The Economic Times.
”Sikh candidate for October polls among 20 killed in Afghan blasts”, reports The Indian Express, a story widely noticed across papers.
”Congress in talks for alliance in J&K?”, speculates The Hindustan Times on the political situation in the state.
”Pak may renege on LoC ceasefire after its polls”, get over in July end, reports The Pioneer.
”Iran vows to foil US blocking of oil exports and warns Saudis”, after the US exited from the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers in May, notices The Asian Age.
”Surat’s underground bins hold lessons for Delhi”, writes The Times of India, of the city’s municipal body installing 43 underground garbage bins, fitted with sensors that alert the control room as soon as 70% of the container is full.
“umper yield serves mangoes on aam aadmi plate”, says The Pioneer, as mangoes are selling cheaper than potatoes in several parts of the country, thanks to a bumper crop this year.