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Farooq Abdullah's detention extended by 3 months - India Today
The detention of Farooq Abdullah, a three-term chief minister of the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir, was extended on Saturday by three months and he would continue to remain at his residence that has been declared a sub-jail, officials said.
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1,487 Indian prisoners lodged in jails of Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Lanka: MEA - NewIndianExpress
No Madhya Pradesh-like situation in Maharashtra, says Sharad Pawar - NewIndianExpress
Sharing data of coronavirus on daily basis has created panic in country: IMA - NewIndianExpress
Coronavirus: Harsh Vardhan warns black marketeers against hoarding of masks - Hindustan Times
Non-Bailable warrant against Jaya Prada for alleged poll code violation - NDTV
Indian agencies point to Pak link in anti-CAA protests - Shishir Gupta, Hindustan Times
40 Students of Noida School sent to isolation for 28 Days after parent tests positive for Coronavirus - News18
Northeast Delhi violence: Situation 'alarming'; Army should be called in, says Kejriwal - Pioneer
Air India flight brings back 119 Indians, 5 foreigners from coronavirus-hit cruise ship in Japan - Money Control
India, US ink $3 bn copters deal, plan robust trade pact - Pioneer
This madness must end, Shah assured all help, says Kejriwal - Pioneer
Donald Trump backs Modi over CAA, religious freedom and terror but adds a twist to Kashmir tale - Prabhash K Dutta, India Today
Elections for 55 Rajya Sabha seats to be conducted on March 26 - Hindu
‘No major terror attack after Balakot as they were scared’: Ex-IAF chief - Hindustan Times
India to send third evacuation flight to Wuhan on Feb 26: Health ministry - Hindustan Times
Two LeT terrorists killed in encounter in J&K - Hindustan Times
Koregaon-Bhima judicial panel urged to summon NCP chief - Asian Age
Uddhav allays CAA, NPR apprehensions after meeting Modi - Pioneer
Not a single person died by police bullet during anti-CAA protests: Adityanath - Omar Rashid, Hindu
Jamia video: Cong always stands with those inimical to country, says BJP - Economic Times
Jamia charge sheet filed, Sharjeel Imam being probed - Karn Pratap Singh, Hindustan Times
Security forces kill three terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir’s Tral - Hindustan Times
Sitharaman assesses India impact as coronavirus takes a bite of Apple - Asit Ranjan Mishra & Prasid Banerjee, Mint
Oppn strength in Rajya Sabha to weaken further this year, Congress to lose seats - Money Control
MHA committee on Assam recommends panel for 67% quota for native people in House - Hindustan Times
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Congress party continuously supporting antisocial elements and those who indulge in violence. It raises voice against the security forces and police personnel of the country. Which academic discipline requires students to wear masks and hold stones while studying? The Congress party always choose to stand with those who are inimical to the country and rile up security forces.
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