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Violent Protests In Delhi's Seelampur, Rahul Gandhi Meets South Korean PM & Other Top Stories

A Look At The Most Important News Stories Of Day On December 18.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Fayiq Wani | Updated on: 18 Dec 2019, 09:11:19 AM
News Nation Morning Wrap: Top stories of the day

New Delhi:

All Entry, Exit Gates At Jaffrabad, Maujpur - Babarpur Metro Stations Open

Entry and exit gates at Jafrabad and Maujpur – Babarpur metro station, which were closed in view of violence that ensued following protests over the Citizenship Act, were opened. Earlier, the gates at these metro stations were closed. “Entry and exit gates of Jaffrabad and Maujpur - Babarpur stations are closed. However, the interchange facility to continue towards Shiv Vihar is available at Maujpur. Normal service on all other stations and lines,” Delhi Metro Rail Corporation had tweeted this morning. Read here…

CAA Protests: After Jamia, Delhi's Seelampur Turns Battlefield As Oppn Meets President | 10 Points

In a fresh violence against the Citizenship Amendment Act in New Delhi, angry protesters demanding scrapping of the law torched several motor bikes, pelted stones at police personnel and damaged buses and a police booth in Northeast Delhi's Seelampur area on Tuesday afternoon. Read here…

Amid Citizenship Protests Back Home, Rahul Gandhi Visits South Korea, Meets PM Lee Nak-yon

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said he met South Korea Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon during a visit to the country and held discussions on wide-ranging issues. His visit to South Korea came amid protests over the amended citizenship law in India. "As a part of an official delegation, I today met with the PM of the Republic of Korea, His Excellency, Lee Nak-yon and other officials, in Seoul," he tweeted. Read here…

If Anybody Destroys Public Property, Shoot Them At Sight, Says Union Minister Suresh Angadi

In a shocking remark, Union Minister of State for Railways on Tuesday told news agency ANI that he has told the district administration and railway authorities concerned that if anybody destroys public property, they can be shot at sight. "I have told the district administration and railway authorities concerned that if anybody destroys public property, they can be shot at sight. I am giving this directive as a Union Minister," Suresh Angadi, the Union Minister of State for Railways, told news agency ANI. Read here…

Former Congress MLA Asif Khan Named As Accused In FIR In Jamia Violence: Delhi Police

The Delhi Police on Tuesday said that the former Congress MLA Asif Khan has been named as an accused in the FIR, for involvement in Jamia Millia Islamia incident that took place on 15 December. Kasim Usmani (CYSS Student Wing of AAP), Asif Khan (Former MLA), Chandan Kr (AISA), Asif Tanha (SIO) have also been named in the FIR. Read here…

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First Published : 18 Dec 2019, 09:11:19 AM