BJP-Congress share the headlines

L.K. Advani and Sonia Gandhi share the headlines, while the CAG report also makes page one today

Sanjeev-Srivastava September 09, 2011 10:59:12 IST
BJPCongress share the headlines

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Congress and BJP leaders both make it to the front pages of the newspapers today, with media reporting both Sonia's return and Advani's Parliamentary revelations yesterday. There is a lot of commentary on the work Sonia will have to do after the Congress suffered a massive blow to its credibility in her absence. Advani's dramatic challenge to the government to arrest him because the cash-for-votes was his' sting and his surprise announcement of another Rath Yatra against corruption is also reported in great detail, along with speculation on if this is an effort by the BJP leader to regain the political limelight.

The damning CAG reports on Air India and KG-D6 basin also make headlines. Comment pages largely focus on the upcoming tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks in the U.S. and how the world changed in so many ways after that:

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