Newspaper Headlines: Maharashtra, Haryana Polls And Other Big Stories

Updated: September 22, 2019 08:12 IST

Most of the leading dallies are leading with the Election Commission's announcement on the assembly elections in Maharashtra and Haryana. Preparations in Houston for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's mega "Howdy, Modi" event has also been covered prominently by all the leading dallies.

Newspaper Headlines: Maharashtra, Haryana Polls And Other Big Stories
The Times of India reports that the Bharatiya Janata Party is likely to make Triple Talaq ban and Article 370 its main poll issue in the Maharashtra and Haryana assembly elections. The paper also reports on an All-India Survey by the ministry of human resource department which states that Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka now have more females in the age group of 18-23 enrolling for higher education than male students. More
Newspaper Headlines: Maharashtra, Haryana Polls And Other Big Stories
The Election Commission's announcement on assembly elections in Maharashtra and Haryana is also the lead story on the Hindustan Times. The paper also reports on US President Donald Trump's meeting with PM Modi on Tuesday, which will be their second meeting in three days, including at the "Howdy, Modi!" event in Houston, on the opening day of the 74th UN General Assembly (UNGA) debates. More
Newspaper Headlines: Maharashtra, Haryana Polls And Other Big Stories
Like other dallies, The Indian Express is also leading with the announcement on assembly elections in Maharashtra and Haryana. A favourable result in the elections will help the BJP project its win as an approval of its decision on J&K, the paper reports, adding that the Opposition may like to corner the BJP on the economic slowdown. More
Newspaper Headlines: Maharashtra, Haryana Polls And Other Big Stories
The assembly elections in Maharashtra and Haryana are being considered important as these would be the first elections after the BJP's massive victory in Lok Sabha polls under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Asian Age reports. The paper also carries a story on the preparations for the "Howdy, Modi" event in the US. PM Modi and President Trump may sign US-India trade deal after the event, it reports. More
Newspaper Headlines: Maharashtra, Haryana Polls And Other Big Stories
The Telegraph reports on Union Minister Babul Supriyo phone call to its editor over its reporting of the Jadavpur University incident om Thursday. Mr Supriyo allegedly abused the editor after he refused to apologise for a statement wrongly attributed by the minister to the newspaper. More

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