Newspaper Headlines: Supreme Court Appoints Ex-Judge To Monitor Steps To Curb Stubble Burning And Other Top Stories

Updated: October 17, 2020 09:44 IST

Newspaper Headlines: Supreme Court Appoints Ex-Judge To Monitor Steps To Curb Stubble Burning And Other Top Stories
Hindustan Times: The big story on Hindustan Times today focused on Supreme Court's appointment of one-man monitoring committee headed by former Supreme Court judge, Justice Madan B Lokur to address the issue of air pollution in the National Capital Region (NCR), giving him powers to direct Punjab, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh to take additional measures to control stubble burning. The other main headline today states that Delhi Chief Minister said on Friday that the Delhi government has asked the Centre to do away with certain provisions in the Delhi University Act which it believes acts as a hindrance in opening new colleges in the Capital. French police on Friday shot dead a man who minutes earlier had killed a middle school teacher by slitting his throat in Paris, police said. More
Newspaper Headlines: Supreme Court Appoints Ex-Judge To Monitor Steps To Curb Stubble Burning And Other Top Stories
The Asian Age: The Supreme Court on Friday appoingted a former judge of the court, Justice Madan B Lokur to monitor implementation of various measures taken by Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh to curb stubble burning a major source of air pollution in Delhi-NCR during winters. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday assured the daughters of the country that the government will decide the right age for marriage as soon as the concerned committee gives its report. More
Newspaper Headlines: Supreme Court Appoints Ex-Judge To Monitor Steps To Curb Stubble Burning And Other Top Stories
Deccan Chronicle: Two angry groups of residents from three different colonies in Vanasthalipuram near Hyderabad came to blows on Thursday night over release of water from a flooded tank near a colony. It left two people injured. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday assured the daughters of the country that the government will decide the right age for marriage as soon as the concerned committee gives its report. More

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