Here's a wrap of main stories from major newspapers this morning. The Times of India has carried a story about what it called a path breaking disinvestment move. The report said a panel of secretaries has proposed that the government exit four public sector undertakings — Bharat Petroleum, Shipping Corporation of India, and power companies THDC and NEEPCO — while slashing its holding in Concor from around 55% to 25%. Amid concerns of a growing street crime in the national capital, The Hindustan Times has carried a report on Delhi police commissioner Amulya Patnaik holding a meeting with the chiefs of the city’s 15 police districts and asking them to personally monitor cases filed in connection with snatching. The Indian Express has carried an exclusive story on how of the nine judges in the J&K High Court, only two judges have been assigned to hear the writs of habeas corpus in the Srinagar wing. Pink paper The Economic Times has carried The Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of Mumbai Police registering a first information report on the alleged fund diversion at Punjab Maharashtra Cooperative Bank that had led the Reserve Bank of India to restrict withdrawals by depositors. According to the FIR, the amount involved in the alleged irregularities has been pegged at ₹4,355.46 crore but that could go up during the course of the probe.