Media was happy to front page the fest only in the context of the brouhaha over Rusdhie, but nothing on the festival. Is this the prioritisation that readers want?
Most newspapers today gave importance to the drama in Gujarat over the Lokayukta, calling the judgment ‘a major setback to Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi’.
Of all the morningers we see in Mumbai, only the two ‘city-focused’ papers, Mumbai Mirror and DNA, give play to Oprah Winfrey’s visit to Mumbai. Other newspapers stayed away from such unimportant stories.
Will the Supreme Court ruling have greater ramifications for Salman Khan? A look at this, and other top stories in the newspapers today
The Indian Express has reported that cash strapped airline Kingfisher has been cutting income tax and EPF from its employees and not depositing it
The government is scrambling to come to an agreement with opposition parties to ensure the winter session does not snowball into chaos
The jury is out on whether the winter session will be more productive than the disastrous monsoon session earlier this year
This morning there is a lot apart from the brand new baby Bachchan occupying media mind space!
Today is all about blindsiding your opposition - be it on the political pitch or the cricket pitch
The Sadarpura verdict has been greeted by many as a positive step, but has also prompted some commentators to question why similar justice cannot be served to the survivors of the Sikh riots.
This morning the newspapers are full of speculation on as to what caused Mamata Banerjee's dramatic turn around after she backed down from earlier comments that the Trinamool Congress would leave the UPA alliance unless the petrol price hike was rolled back.
Consumers have been hit with yet another petrol hike while Kanimozhi and Pakistani spot fixers find themselves in jail
This morning we look at two extremely important foreign policy events that are likely to have important ramifications for India in both the short and long term.