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Top news of the day: Jamia student shot at during protest march, Rahul Gandhi says Naredra Modi and Nathuram Godse share same ideology, and more

A man (face blurred as his being an adult could not be ascertained) brandishes a gun towards people protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act, near Jamia Millia Islamia University in New Delhi on January 30, 2020.

A man (face blurred as his being an adult could not be ascertained) brandishes a gun towards people protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act, near Jamia Millia Islamia University in New Delhi on January 30, 2020.

Jamia Millia Islamia student shot at during protest march

The accused, who has been detained by the police, brandished a pistol and shouted “ kisko chahiye aazadi, mai doonga aazadi ” [who wants freedom, I will give it]. He has been identified as Gopal, a resident of Jewar town in Gautam Budh Nagar.

Rahul Gandhi says Narendra Modi and Nathuram Godse share same ideology

“The ideology is same. Nathuram Godse and Narendra Modi, they believe in the same ideology,” the former Congress president after leading the “Save the Constitution” march at Kalpetta, organised to protest against the citizenship law.

Kunal Kamra was not unruly, says IndiGo captain who flew the comedian

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India’s first coronavirus case reported in Kerala

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Kalakshetra foundation revokes permission for T.M. Krishna’s book release event

In a statement to the publishers of the book, Kalakshetra Foundation director Revathi Ramachandran said that it was an autonomous body under the Ministry of Culture, Government of India. “Being a government organisation, it cannot allow any programme that may instigate political , cultural and social disharmony,” the statement read. | Book excerpt: Keeping the cow and brahmin apart

CAA is India’s internal matter, will continue to engage with Members of European Parliament: MEA

Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said India has noted European Commission’s clarification that the EU Parliament’s views don’t reflect the official position of the grouping.

Anurag Thakur banned from campaigning for three days, BJP MP Parvesh Varma gagged for four days

The Election Commission of India finds statements made by them were in violation of the Model Code of Conduct.

Supreme Court rejects Nirbhaya case convict Akshay’s curative plea

The apex court has so far rejected the curative petitions of three Nirbhaya case convicts, including Akshay’s.

Supreme Court to fix on February 3 modalities for hearing case on religious faith, women’s equality

Nine-judge Bench had clarified that it would not be restricted to the Sabarimala women entry case but examine “larger issues”.

Scientists unveil most detailed images of sun’s surface showing ‘boiling’ plasma

The set of images show a close-up view of the Sun’s surface, revealing a gold-coloured cell-like pattern.

U.S. expands troop, fighter jet presence at Saudi base

The return of the U.S. forces to Prince Sultan Air Base is one of the more dramatic signs of America’s decision to beef up troops in the Middle East in response to threats from Iran.

Australian Open | Djokovic beats Federer to reach final

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