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Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Modi is ‘cure’ for problems facing the country: Rajnath
Moradabad (UP):
Home Minister Rajnath Singh yesterday praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a "cure" for problems facing the country and asserted he will be voted back to power in the Lok Sabha election that must be held by May. Singh said the prime minister worked for the poor, farmers and weaker sections of society during the past four and a half years of his tenure.

Anxiety looms as Sabarimala temple reopens today
There is a sense of anxiety in and around Sabarimala as the Lord Ayyappa shrine is all set to reopen on Tuesday for monthly worship, after witnessing frenzied protests during the recently concluded annual pilgrim season over the entry of young women.  The hilltop temple would be opened for five days till February 17 for the monthly pujas during the Malayalam month of Kumbam, temple authorities said yesterday.

Kumaraswamy announces SIT probe into audio clip row
Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy yesterday announced a comprehensive SIT probe to "bring out the truth" after an audio clip he released showed state BJP chief B S Yeddyurappa in a purported conversation to lure a JD (S) MLA. umaraswamy made the announcement in the state assembly after Speaker Ramesh Kumar suggested a special investigation team probe the episode to "establish the truth" as his name has also been dragged into the row.

Over 100 cows die in UP villages over 2 days
Over 100 cows were reported to have died in some villages in the district over two days following which an inquiry was ordered in the incident, officials said Friday. The cows died in pastures and were suspected to have either eaten poisonous grass or consumed polluted water, Sub Divisional Magistrate Vijay Kumar said.

Citizenship bill stir: Six women injured in clash with cops
Six women sustained injuries when the police fired tear gas shells and smoke bombs at a marketplace here to disperse protesters, who had enforced a road blockade demanding withdrawal of the citizenship bill, according to a vendors' association at the market. There was, however, no immediate official confirmation about the incident.

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