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Today's News Headlines -The Best and Trending Shots of the Day
Today's News Headlines -The Best and Trending Shots of the Day

Police in India continues to attack students of Jamia Millia Islamia University in New Delhi in riot gear entering the university’s library and beating the students with batons, reveals a new video footage



Delhi‘s Patiala House court to hear a plea seeking the issuance of a new death warrant against the four convicts in the Nirbhaya gang rape and murder case today



No timeline to remove I – T exemptions, says finance Minister Nirmala Seetharaman while saying the idea behind introducing second alternative tax slabs sans exemptions is to take India towards a simplified, exemption free and reduced rate of the tax regime, clarifying there was no time frame set by the government to remove all exemptions



The government of Jammu and Kashmir has notified that the ban on high-speed 3G, 4G internet services have been extended till February 24, while 2G internet services will remain working 



The Char Dham project that aims to expand nearly 890 km of highway connecting Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri to two-and-a-half lanes launched in December 2016 with December 2020 as the deadline to provide all-weather connectivity to these pilgrimage centers may get delayed by two to three years



The Indian government will remain firm on decisions on article 370, CAA despite pressure, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a public meeting in Varanasi yesterday



Persons holding a peaceful protest against a particular law cannot be termed as traitors or anti-nationals, says the Bombay high court while granting permission to a few people to sit on an indefinite protest against the CAA in Beed district



In a stringently worded judgment passed earlier this month, the Karnataka High Court has criticized the fraudulent and corrupt practices followed by the selection committee, Department of Prosecution and Government Disputes of the state government, which is authorized for selection of Assistant Public Prosecutor – come – Assistant Government Pleader in Karnataka-

An advocate from Mandya, who was denied the appointment of assistant public prosecutor in 2009 despite securing more marks than the candidate securing the post fraudulently has been directed to pay Rs.10 Lakhs as compensation by the Karnataka High Court with directing the home department to hold an inquiry and identify the officers involved in the fraud committed during the selection procedure and recover the compensation amount from them within six months of receiving the copy of the judgment.




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