Aman Sharma

  • Devotees eagerly wait for a grand Ram temple

    Devotees eagerly wait for a grand Ram temple

    The 67-acre area around the temple is full of overgrown vegetation and tall grass with dilapidated buildings as islands. Passing through a narrow corridor, where even two people cannot pass together till the makeshift temple, devotees are not allowed to carry a mobile phone, camera, electronic item or even a pen.

    Over 260 cops keep an eagle eye on social media

    Over 260 cops keep an eagle eye on social media

    Twitter saw the most number of violations at 5,294 over the last two days. While these accounted for about 64% of all social media violations, there were 2,210 such posts red-flagged on Facebook and 167 on YouTube.

    Ram temple’s construction at Ayodhya may begin on Ram Navami

    Ram temple’s construction at Ayodhya may begin on Ram Navami

    Start of the Ram temple’s construction at Ayodhya may be marked by a special event on Ram Navami, which falls on April 2 next year. Ram Navami is Lord Ram’s birthday. The temple could take two-three years to complete, government sources told ET.

    Yogi Adityanath’s task: A suitable mosque site

    Yogi Adityanath’s task: A suitable mosque site

    The verdict, in favour of building a Ram temple, strengthens the political position of Adityanath ahead of the 2022 state elections, especially as no report of violence was reported across UP on Saturday when this paper went to print. He and his guru, Mahant Avaidyanath, have been champions of the Ram temple movement.

    Why did Gandhis lose their SPG cover? Read this

    Why did Gandhis lose their SPG cover? Read this

    As per the information shared by government sources, Rahul Gandhi, during 2005-2014, travelled in non-BR (bullet resistant) vehicles on 18 visits to different parts of the country and there has been 1892 occasions till May this year when he travelled in a non-BR vehicle in Delhi, which amounts to almost one incident everyday.

    Power employees say Yogi government, not UPPCL, should return Rs 2267 crore

    Power employees say Yogi government, not UPPCL, should return Rs 2267 crore

    “The UP government cannot brush away its responsibility by putting the onus on UPPCL to repay our money. This is being said to mislead us,” Dubey told ET. He also said that over 65% of the money in the UP Power Employees Trust - Rs 4122 Crore were invested in DHFL by the Trust till December 2018.

    Nearly 12,000 people on our radar and over 500 arrested: OP Singh

    Nearly 12,000 people on our radar and over 500 arrested: OP Singh

    Uttar Pradesh’s director general of police OP Singh said that the police is taking all precautions – from posting adequate forces, foot patrolling by senior police officers and district magistrates meeting religious leaders. He said they have done over 6,000 peace committee meetings and met nearly 5,800 religious leaders.

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