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Delhi assembly polls 2020: It’s BJP’s Sunil Yadav against Arvind Kejriwal Hindustan Times
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has fielded Sunil Yadav to fight against chief minister and AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal from the New Delhi constituency in the assembly elections next month. In a list released late on Monday, the opposition party in the national capital released the names of 10 candidates, including Sunil Yadav’s, for the Delhi assembly election 2020.
BJP releases first list of 57 candidates for Delhi polls Pioneer
The BJP on Friday released its first list of 57 candidates for the February 8 polls to the 70-member Delhi Assembly, fielding sitting MLA Vijender Gupta and former mayors Ravinder Gupta and Yogender Chandolia.
Jaish module busted, 5 terrorists held: J&K police Times of India
Ahead of the Republic Day, J&K police have busted a Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) module and arrested five of its “active” members involved in recent incidents of terror in the city, a senior police officer said on Thursday.
Sporadic incidents violence across Bengal as strikers try to Enforce bandh Pioneer
Sporadic incidents of violence were reported from various parts of West Bengal on Wednesday as trade union activists backed by Left and Congress members tried to enforce the 24-hour strike against the Centre's "anti people" policies. The strikers blocked rail and roads in several parts of the state affecting normal life.
Lashkar militant arrested from hospital in J-K’s Srinagar, say police Hindustan Times
A Lashkar-e-Taiba millitant was arrested from a hospital here on Saturday, police said. Nisar Ahmad Dar, a resident of the Hajin area of Bandipore district in north Kashmir, was arrested by the Special Operations Group of the Jammu and Kashmir Police from Shri Maharaja Hari Singh Hospital in the city, a police official said.
SMS on Postpaid Mobiles, Internet Services in Kashmir's Govt Hospitals Restored after 150 Days News18
Internet services in all government-run hospitals and SMS facility to all postpaid mobile phones in Kashmir were restored from the midnight of December 31 midnight, PTI reported Jammu and Kashmir official spokesperson Rohit Kansal as saying.
Kerala Assembly asks Centre to annul Citizenship Amendment Act Hindu
The Assembly on Tuesday just about unanimously passed a resolution pressurising the Centre to withdraw the “patently anti-Muslim” Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA). O Rajagopal, the only Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) legislator, was the sole dissenting voice in the House. Treasury and Opposition benches heckled him when he attempted to defend the CAA.
At 2.4 degrees, Delhi records season’s lowest temperature Hindustan Times
Delhi recorded the season’s lowest temperature of 2.4 degrees Celsius on Saturday morning as cold wave conditions gripped the National Capital Region with a forecast of “cold day to severe cold day conditions” over the next two days.
Mobile Internet services restored in Kargil Pioneer
Mobile Internet services were restored in Kargil district of Ladakh on Friday after remaining suspended for 145 days in the wake of the Centre abrogating provisions of Article 370 of the Constitution, officials said.
28 Dead in Uttar Pradesh as North India Shivers in Intense Cold Wave News18
As the intense cold wave grips northern states of the country, 28 deaths have been reported from Uttar Pradesh with the weather department predicting Sunday to be the coldest day of December. However, the government has not officially released the number of deaths and the death toll has been based on reports from various districts. So far 10 deaths have been reported from Kanpur, four each in Varanasi and Mahoba, two each in Shravasti, Banda and Mainpuri and one in Lucknow.
Peaceful protests to continue till CAA is revoked: Mamata Pioneer
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday warned the BJP of not to "play with fire" and threatened the saffron party of continuous movement till the new citizenship law is revoked. Speaking at a protest rally in the city, the Trinamool Congress supremo said the BJP paints other parties in black and takes pride to portray itself in white.
Protests against Citizenship Act continue unabated in Assam Hindu
Protests against the contentious Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, continued unabated across Assam on Thursday, primarily under the aegis of student bodies AASU and AJYCP, with agitators vowing not to relent till the law is scrapped.
Karnataka mulls going the UP way: To make protesters pay for damage to public property NewsMinute
The Karnataka government is looking to emulate the Uttar Pradesh government, asking alleged protesters to pay for the damage inflicted on public properties in Mangaluru during the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protests on December 19. Police opened fire during the protests leading to the deaths of two people. 
No NRC in Andhra Pradesh, says Jagan Mohan Reddy amid nationwide anti-CAA protests Rishika Sadam, News18
Joining the list of states opposing the proposed implementation of the National Register of Citizens (NRC), Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy said his government would support the move under no circumstances.
9 dead, 3 injured after fire breaks out at cloth godown in Delhi’s Kirari Prawesh Lama, Hindustan Times
Nine people died and three others were injured in a fire that broke out in a three-storey building in outer Delhi’s Kirari. The Delhi Fire Services said that seven fire tenders were sent to the spot after they received information about the fire at 12.30 am.
Madras HC declining to stop rally a big victory: M K Stalin D Govardan, Times of India
DMK president MK Stalin on Suday said the observations of the Madras high court and its decision not to stop the rally, planned by his party and its alliance partners, to condemm the BJP and the AIADMK for the Citizenship Amendment Act, on Monday in Chennai was "a big victory" for its fight against the CAA. Stalin also thanked the AIADMK government for giving enough publicity for the rally by sending someone close to them to rush to the hight court to try and prevent the rally.
Pro-CAA protest held in Bengaluru, but permission denied for anti-CAA 'sathyagraha' Theja Ram, NewsMinute
Amidst large-scale protests across India against the Citizenship Amendment Act, several right-wing groups held a protest in support of the CAA on Sunday in Bengaluru.
Assam holds pro-CAA rally for peace and harmony amid violent protests nationwide Financial Express
At a time when the country is witnessing a series of protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act, Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Friday led a mammoth pro-citizenship law rally calling for peace and harmony in the northeastern state.
Polling concludes in Jharkhand Assembly election; 71.69% turnout as final phase of voting passes off peacefully, say EC officials Firstpost
The fifth and final phase of polling in 16 Assembly constituencies of Jharkhand passed off peacefully on Friday and an estimated 71.69 percent of the 40.05 lakh voters exercised their franchise, Election Commission officials said.
Mobile internet suspended in 14 UP districts, more than 3,500 detained after violent CAA protests Hindustan Times
Internet and text messaging services have been suspended in 14 districts of Uttar Pradesh, including Lucknow, following Thursday’s large-scale violence as protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) spun out of control in these areas. As many as 3,505 people have been kept under preventive custody, according to authorities. Out of these, 200 are under preventive custody in Lucknow.
Mobile internet, SMS suspended in Lucknow till Dec 21: UP govt Pioneer
Mobile internet services and SMS of all mobile service providers have been suspended in Lucknow till December 21 noon, according to an Uttar Pradesh government order. Additional Chief Secretary Awanish Kumar Awasthi issued an order to this effect late on Thursday night.
Assam Accord: MLAs meet CM Sonowal, push for implementation of Clause 6 Abhishek Saha, Indian Express
A group of Assam MLAs met Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Thursday to push for steps towards protection of Assamese language and the implementation of Clause 6 of the Assam Accord, while informing him about their experience of the violence last week.
Delhi braces for another day of anti-citizenship law protest Hindustan Times
Delhi is bracing for another day of protests against the citizenship law. The Bhim Army, a political outfit, has given a call to march from Jama Masjid Area (in north Delhi) to Jantar Mantar (in central Delhi) at 1pm. The police has, however, denied permission for the event.
Two die in police firing in Mangaluru as anti-CAA protests rock the country Hindu
Two persons were killed in police firing in Mangaluru on Thursday as protesters across the country took to the streets against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) and the proposed National Register of Citizens (NRC), which in combination could potentially introduce a religious test for citizenship in India.
Delhi continues to shiver after coldest day in 22 yrs, further dip in temperature likely Hindustan Times
Temperature in the national capital Delhi continued to dip on Wednesday, as cold winds from snow-clad regions blew in with the north-westerly winds. The IMD said that the night temperature on Tuesday touched nearly 9 degree Celsius.
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