High alert in UP before Friday prayers

Section 144 has been implemented in many areas of Uttar Pradesh

Just before the Friday prayers, Section 144 has been implemented in many areas of Uttar Pradesh and internet services have also been stopped in many areas

Last week, there were widespread protests over the Citizenship Amendment Act and NRC on Friday, due to which security has already been increased in many sensitive areas of the state.

State Director General (Law and Order) PV Ram Shastri said, "We have deployed security personnel in different districts of the state and have spoken to the people. Internet services have been closed for one day in 8 districts. Also We are also monitoring social media. "

Internet has been shut down in Meerut, Sitapur, Kanpur, Ghaziabad, Bijnor, Firozabad, Aligarh.

Police has conducted flag marches in many states and appealed to the people to maintain peace. Hindustan has published this news daily.

Government agencies do not have tickets - Air India


Loss-making state-run airline Air India has stopped issuing tickets to officials of government agencies who owe more than one million rupees.

These agencies also include CBI and ED. A senior company official gave information about this.

This news has been published by Indian Express.

Air India is currently in debt of 60 thousand crores. The newspaper writes that there are outstanding dues of 268 million rupees from various government agencies. However, he further added that about Rs 50 crore has been recovered by the airline.

According to a senior airline official, various government agencies such as CBI, ED, IB, Central Labor Institute, BSF and the Indian Audit Board have been told that they will no longer be issued tickets on credit basis.

Bollywood actress Raveena Tandon accused of hurting religious sentiments


Amritsar police have registered a case against Bollywood actress Raveena Tandon, film director and choreographer Farah Khan and comedian Bharti Singh for hurting religious sentiments during a TV show.

A senior police officer has confirmed this. The Indian Express has published this news.

This case has been registered on the basis of complaint of Sonu Zafar of Christian Front of Ajnala Block. In which he has also given video footage of the program aired on Christmas day.

The complaint alleged that "it has hurt the sentiments of the people of Christianity".

An FIR has been registered at Ajnala Police Station under Section 295-A of the IPC. SSP of Amritsar Rural, Vikramjit Duggal said, "We have registered a case against three people and further investigation is going on in the matter."

Tamil Nadu wins in terms of good governance

In the Good Governance Index released by the Ministry of Personnel, Tamil Nadu has secured the first position in the case of good governance, leaving behind all the other states of the country. Maharashtra and Karnataka are ranked after Tamil Nadu in this order. These two states are in second and third place respectively.

In this list, Chhattisgarh is at the fourth position, Andhra Pradesh is at the fifth position, Gujarat at the sixth, Haryana at the seventh and Kerala at the eighth position. Uttar Pradesh has got the 17th position. While Bihar is two steps ahead of UP i.e. at fifteenth place.


The Hindu has published this news.


At the same time, in the union territories, Puducherry is at the first place, while the capital of the country is at the third place. Chandigarh has got second place

Time to punish the gang in pieces - Shah
Taking a dig at the opposition, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the opposition is spreading confusion over the citizenship amendment law. He said that this is spoiling the atmosphere. He said that the time has come to punish the gang. Delhiites should be punished.

This news has been published by Hindustan Times


Amit Shah said this statement in the context of the protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act. At the same time, the Congress retaliated on this allegation and said that the BJP has got a clear message from the BJP's defeat in Jharkhand.