Killing Of Hindu Group Leader In UP And End Of Campaigning For Haryana, Maharashtra Dominate Today's Newspapers

Updated: October 20, 2019 07:17 IST

The top headlines on the front pages of newspapers today varied from the centre's move on Jammu and Kashmir to the disputed Ayodhya case. The murder of the Hindu group leader also dominated today's headlines.

Killing Of Hindu Group Leader In UP And End Of Campaigning For Haryana, Maharashtra Dominate Today\'s Newspapers
The Times of India: The Times of India went with the murder of the Hindu group leader in Uttar Pradesh. Five people have been arrested in the case. A joint team of UP Police and Gujarat ATS has claimed it is a "blasphemy killing" case.
Killing Of Hindu Group Leader In UP And End Of Campaigning For Haryana, Maharashtra Dominate Today\'s Newspapers
Hindustan Times: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's attack on the opposition over the scrapping of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir was the lead of Hindustan Times today. PM Modi also accused Pakistan of encouraging drug smuggling into India.
Killing Of Hindu Group Leader In UP And End Of Campaigning For Haryana, Maharashtra Dominate Today\'s Newspapers
The Indian Express: From the disputed Ayodhya case to the killing of the Hindu group leader in Uttar Pradesh, The Indian Express today focused on a number of things including the end of campaign for the upcoming assembly elections in Haryana and Maharashtra.
Killing Of Hindu Group Leader In UP And End Of Campaigning For Haryana, Maharashtra Dominate Today\'s Newspapers
The Asian Age: The Asian Age focused on the end of campaigning for the Haryana and Maharashtra assembly elections highlighting the ruling BJP's attack on the opposition over the scrapping of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir.
Killing Of Hindu Group Leader In UP And End Of Campaigning For Haryana, Maharashtra Dominate Today\'s Newspapers
The Telegraph: "Bond of silence that buys freedom" is The Telegraph's headline for today for a story that focuses on a bond that the government is allegedly forcing on detainees, including top politicians, to sign and secure their release which will ban them from speaking against "the recent events" the Jammu and Kashmir.

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