PM Modi Announces Ram Temple Trust In Midst Of Delhi Election Heat; Other Top Stories

Updated: February 06, 2020 07:31 IST

Just four days ahead of Supreme Court deadline, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday announced the formation of a trust for the construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya. National dailies are also reporting on Delhi High Court giving seven days to Nirbhaya convicts to avail all legal remedies before hanging.

PM Modi Announces Ram Temple Trust In Midst Of Delhi Election Heat; Other Top Stories
The Times Of India: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday announced the formation of a trust for the construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya, following the Cabinet clearing a detailed scheme for the shrine and its surrounding complex, reports TOI. The paper also reports that Delhi High Court has given Nirbhaya convicts seven days to avail of their remaining legal remedies while asserting that all four must hang together. More
PM Modi Announces Ram Temple Trust In Midst Of Delhi Election Heat; Other Top Stories
Hindustan Times: In an interview to Hindustan Times, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal talked about his party's top priority to give cleanliness, water and pollution if voted back to power in Delhi. The paper also reports on Union government confirming that there is no plan to make social media users verify their accounts through Aadhaar authentication yet. More
PM Modi Announces Ram Temple Trust In Midst Of Delhi Election Heat; Other Top Stories
Deccan Herald: Amid a slew of new announcements in the Union Budget on February 1, several key proposals for reforms in farm sector, affordable housing, education and for ameliorating the woes of electricity distribution companies, are either lying on the drawing board or still awaiting Cabinet approval, reports Deccan Herald. Karnataka has drafted a legislation to provide 75% reservation to Kannadigas in industries, MSMEs, joint ventures and public-private partnerships. More
PM Modi Announces Ram Temple Trust In Midst Of Delhi Election Heat; Other Top Stories
The Telegraph: A burqa-clad woman on Wednesday was whisked away by Delhi police at Shaheen Bagh after her presence at the anti-CAA protest site of round-the-clock sit-in raised suspicion. The woman was identified as Gunja Kapoor who is followed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The paper also reports that Uttar Pradesh allegedly used brutal force to break a protest against the new citizenship regime. More

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