On the Coalition government close to implosion in Karnataka and facing its biggest test ahead of the Lok sabha elections, The Asian Age writes, “Karnataka CM warns Congress: Control MLAs, or I will quit”.
“Polls coming, Sena signals it is ready to deal with BJP” with a personal bond with Modi, writes the Indian Express.
“Rahul vows minimum income for poor”, is a headline in The Tribune. Quoting the Congress president it adds, “No government in the world has done this till now”.
“Superbug’ first identified in Delhi surface in Arctic” headlines the Hindustan Times, triggering concerns about the speed with which superbugs can spread across the world.
Government may infuse 54,000 crore rupees in February” into the Capital Starved public sector banks, reports the Financial Express.
Apple’s main assemblers are shifting more output to India and Southeast Asia as trade tensions threaten to escalate costs in their longstanding production base of China has been reported under the headline, “Apples partners quicken shift from China to India, Vietnam”, in the same newspaper.
The Times of India writes, “IITs may roll out 5 per cent EWS quota in 2019-20”. “2020 XII boards may see practicals in humanities” is another front page headlines in the Times of India.
“Supreme Court to decide if Sanskrit shlokas in school is religious imposition” writes the DNA, on a petition filed in the Supreme Court.
Most the dailies have covered the news of conviction of the chief of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland, Ranjan Daimary. “Bodo outfit’s leader, 14 others convicted in Assam blasts case”, reports The Hindu.