Cops Say Shaheen Bagh Shooter An AAP Member; Other Top Stories

Updated: February 05, 2020 07:43 IST

No decision has been taken on nationwide National Register of Citizens (NRC), Home Ministry said in parliament on Tuesday. The Delhi Police has linked the shooter - who opened fire at Shaheen Bagh protest site - to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).

Shaheen Bagh Shooter An AAP Member, Says Police; Other Top Stories
Hindustan Times: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Tuesday released its manifesto for the February 8 Delhi elections. The party's election promises include commitment to Jan Lokpal Bill and full statehood for the capital, reports Hindustan Times. A 23-year-old man, who was arrested for firing shots in the air at the anti-CAA protest site, Shaheen Bagh, is an AAP member, the Delhi Police crime branch team said on Tuesday. More
Shaheen Bagh Shooter An AAP Member, Says Police; Other Top Stories
Deccan Herald: India has cancelled all the visas for Chinese nationals and foreigners who had visited China in the last two weeks amid the outbreak of deadly coronavirus, which has claimed more than 400 lives in China. A widow mother named Najamunissa in Karnataka's Bidar was arrested five days ago on the charges of sedition. The woman was allegedly arrested after her 11-year-old daughter took part in a school play that stirred a row. The 11-year-old is now under neighbour's care, reports Deccan Herald. More
Shaheen Bagh Shooter An AAP Member, Says Police; Other Top Stories
The Telegraph: A 22-year-old Thai woman, travelling by a Qatar Airways flight, delivered a baby mid-air - 35,000 feet above sea level - on Tuesday, reports The Telegraph. Five air hostesses and a co-passenger who happened to be a doctor helped in the delivery. The Bharatiya Janata Party has released its new campaign song for Delhi Assembly elections- #JagoDilli, which conveys clear message of party's no compromise on Citizenship Amendment Act in the backdrop of protests. More
Shaheen Bagh Shooter An AAP Member, Says Police; Other Top Stories
The Times Of India: Following the deadly coronavirus outbreak which killed 490 people in China, the Chinese nationals employed by automobile companies - even those stationed here - will skip the 15th edition Auto Expo this year, reports TOI. The Centre has told the Supreme Court that that women may not be suitable for command posts in the Army as male troops are not yet prepared to accept women officers, reports TOI. More

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