Newspaper Headlines: Supreme Court's Big Verdict On J&K Curbs, Ukraine Plane Crash

Updated: January 11, 2020 10:49 IST

All newspapers have the big Supreme Court verdict on the curbs in Jammu and Kashmir on their front pages. The Supreme Court ordered the centre to lift all the restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir. The top court said that curfew cannot be used as a tool to prevent expression of opinions and grievances. Delhi Police blamed the students of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) including Aishe Ghosh for the recent mob attack on students and teachers. The centre has given the BJP-linked Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) a clean chit in the incident.

Supreme Court\'s Big Verdict On J&K Curbs, Ukraine Plane Crash
All newspapers have the big Supreme Court verdict on the curbs in Jammu and Kashmir on their front pages. The Supreme Court ordered the centre to lift all the restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir. The top court said that curfew cannot be used as a tool to prevent expression of opinions and grievances. Delhi Police blamed the students of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) including Aishe Ghosh for the recent mob attack on students and teachers. The centre has given the BJP-linked Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) a clean chit in the incident.
Supreme Court\'s Big Verdict On J&K Curbs, Ukraine Plane Crash
The leaders from Canada and western nations said that a Ukrainian plane carrying 176 people was brought down by an Iranian missile in Iran. However, Tehran has denied the allegations. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that the plane had sixty three Canadians onboard. There has been a surge in demand of birth certificates from many minority dominated areas of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal and Maharashtra as the Citizenship Law comes into effect.
Supreme Court\'s Big Verdict On J&K Curbs, Ukraine Plane Crash
The Supreme Court ruled on Friday that freedom of expression cannot be curbed by imposing curfew. The top court has also ordered relaxation of internet restriction, phone service in Jammu and Kashmir. The top court ruled that such restrictions cannot be imposed indefinitely on citizens.
Supreme Court\'s Big Verdict On J&K Curbs, Ukraine Plane Crash
Apart from reports on the Supreme Court's Kashmir verdict, The Times of India has the news of the Enforcement Directorate temporarily attaching Rs 78 crore worth of properties belonging to former ICICI Bank CEO Chanda Kochhar as part of its investigation into a money laundering case. The setback for Cyrus Mistry after the Supreme Court on Friday stayed the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT)'s order to reinstate him as chairman of Tata Sons is also on the paper's Page 1.

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