Number Of Deaths Rises To 42 In Delhi Violence And Other Top Stories

Updated: February 29, 2020 07:24 IST

The number of deaths in north-east Delhi's communal violence went up to 42, with four more fatalities being recorded on Friday. The Delhi government has given permission to prosecute former Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) student Kanhaiya Kumar in a sedition case.

Number Of Deaths Rises To 42 In Delhi Violence And Other Top Stories
Hindustan Times: 350 empty cartridges were recovered after over 500 rounds of gunfire during the three days of violence in which 82 people received bullet injuries; deaths rose to 42 by Friday, with hundreds still being treated in hospitals for grievous injuries, Hindustan Times reported. Maharashtra has become the third state, after Odisha and Bihar, to back a caste-based census. More
Number Of Deaths Rises To 42 In Delhi Violence And Other Top Stories
Deccan Herald: Violence-hit localities of north-east Delhi showed signs of limping back to normalcy on Friday following a 10-hour relaxation in prohibitory orders, even as four more persons died of injuries, taking the total number of deaths to 42. Equity markets witnessed one of their worst falls on Friday as fears of coronavirus becoming a global pandemic triggered an all-round sell-off, Deccan Herald reported. More
Number Of Deaths Rises To 42 In Delhi Violence And Other Top Stories
The Telegraph: "Roof saves family of 11," reads the front-page headline of The Telegraph, which highlights how the roof of Mohammad Idris Saifi's home which was set on fire in the northeast Delhi's Brijpuri on February 25, saved his family from choking to death. The Delhi government on Friday has sanctioned the prosecution of Kanhaiya Kumar and nine others in a sedition case. The sedition case is linked to alleged slogans raised by Kanhaiya Kumar in Jawaharlal Nehru University on February 9, 2016. More
Number Of Deaths Rises To 42 In Delhi Violence And Other Top Stories
The Times Of India: IPS officer S N Shrivastava was named as the chief of law and order on Tuesday evening amid raging riots in northeast Delhi and was strongly tipped to be made commissioner. He had been on deputation to CRPF from 2015. The sensex suffered its second-worst single-day loss ever on fears of a coronavirus pandemic in terms of points on Friday. More

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