Supreme Court To Relook Into Poll-Related Case Against Devendra Fadnavis And Other Big Stories

Updated: October 02, 2019 07:25 IST

Supreme Court To Relook Into Poll-Related Case Against Devendra Fadnavis And Other Big Stories
The Times Of India is leading with Supreme Court ordering relook into 2014 assembly poll-related case against Devendra Fadnavis. BJP releasing first list of candidates for the upcoming Maharashtra assembly polls. is on the front page of paper. More
Supreme Court To Relook Into Poll-Related Case Against Devendra Fadnavis And Other Big Stories
Hindustan Times is leading with GST collection in September falling 2.67% to Rs 91,916 crore compared to the same month last year. Supreme Court declining to stay the operation of the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Act of 2019 and stopping the government from carving out two centrally governed Union territories, made to the front page of daily. More
Supreme Court To Relook Into Poll-Related Case Against Devendra Fadnavis And Other Big Stories
The Indian Express is leading with Supreme Court recalling its directions in March 20, 2018 verdict that had effectively diluted provisions of arrest under the Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989. Supreme Court allowing requests from the Centre and the J&K administration seeking more time to file a written response to the petitions, is on the front page of daily. More
Supreme Court To Relook Into Poll-Related Case Against Devendra Fadnavis And Other Big Stories
The Telegraph is leading with BJP chief Amit Shah while addressing in Bengal, saying that NRC bill will passed to protect "refugees" but a segment of the population out of the safety net. RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat saying India is a Hindu Rashtra, that it is a fact of life and it cannot be altered even if everything else changes, is on the front page o daily. More
Supreme Court To Relook Into Poll-Related Case Against Devendra Fadnavis And Other Big Stories
The Asian Age is leading with Supreme Court setting aside the clean chits given to Devendra Fadnavis by a trial court and the Bombay high court in the case of allegedly filing false election affidavits, thus paving the way for his trial. Amit Shah asserting that the Centre will implement the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in West Bengal, made to the front page of daily. More

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