Newspaper Headlines: 11 People Under Watch In India Over Coronavirus Fears And Other Stories

Updated: January 25, 2020 08:05 IST

Newspaper Headlines: 11 People Under Watch In India Over Coronavirus Fears And Other Stories
Hindustan Times: Up to 11 people in five states who are among hundreds of passengers who returned from China in the recent days are under observation in hospitals to check for possible exposure to the deadly novel coronavirus, the daily reported. The paper also reports on billionaire investor George Soros accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of "creating a Hindu nationalist state". Hindustan Times
Newspaper Headlines: 11 People Under Watch In India Over Coronavirus Fears And Other Stories
Times of India: Reserve Bank of India governor Shaktikanta Das statement on structural reforms and fiscal measures to activate growth is the lead story on the Times of India. The paper also carries a report of Delhi high court allowing students of Jawaharlal Nehru University to register for the winter semester as per the old hostel manual within a week. Times of India
Newspaper Headlines: 11 People Under Watch In India Over Coronavirus Fears And Other Stories
Deccan Herald: The paper is leading with Supreme Court asking the Election Commission to come out with a framework to stop criminalisation of politics in the national interest as the poll panel said the top court's 2018 direction to candidates to declare their criminal antecedents in the media had not helped curb the malaise. The paper also reports on enquiry over police in Karnataka's Kodagu seeking thousands of migrant labourers, mostly from Assam and West Bengal, being made to stand in line to get their documents verified. Deccan Herald
Newspaper Headlines: 11 People Under Watch In India Over Coronavirus Fears And Other Stories
The Telegraph: Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a bad day on the global state with an ace investor and a leading business magazine separately calling out his government as a threat to the open society and to the survival of the biggest democracy in the world, the paper reports. The Telegraph also carries a report on the outrage among the protesters as the government refused to engage with them. The Telegraph

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