Good morning. Today's Indian Express has stories on the Centre's revised guidelines for air travel, the Chinese transgressions into the Indian side, the relief work after Cyclone Amphan in West Bengal, and more.
From digging up the match behind the economic package to studying the Covid-19 transmission rate to finding out how households across the country are holding amid this virus induced economic crisis, here is the latest from today' print edtion.
From fresh criticism over West Bengal's handling of the Covid crisis to why Hizbul Mujahideen commander Riyaz Ahmad Naikoo's encounter to a huge win for counter-terrorism operations, here are the top stories from today's edition.
Sai Vamsi Vardhan, then a Prime Minister Rural Development Fellow, was abducted by Maoists along with three Panchayat-level workers in one of the interior regions in Jharkhand. The Indian Express traces his journey from a software engineer to UPSC rank holder who runs an NGO that sponsors the education of underprivileged kids.
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Leads from 175 Assembly and 25 Lok Sabha seats show the YSR Congress Party is heading for a landslide victory. The party is expected to win anywhere above 150 seats in the Assembly and at least 24 seats in Parliament.
In the 16 Lok Sabha elections held since independence, only thrice has Delhi elected more than one woman candidate. This could change in 2019 if all the three women fielded by the AAP, BJP, Congress pull off a win. The odds, however, could be overwhelming.
With no lawyer chambers allocated yet, advocates seek refuge under a giant canopy containing a smattering of plastic chairs opposite the courthouse. It is here that they meet clients between hearings and take breaks between hearings.
Andhra Pradesh experimented with alcohol ban nearly 25 years ago in 1995, a year after Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao (NTR) became chief minister for the third time. In fact, his electoral success was partially credited to his promise of banning spirits.
V V Lakshmi Narayana, popularly known as JD or Joint Director, was the CBI’s joint director in Andhra Pradesh when YSRCP chief Jagan Mohan Reddy was sent to jail for 16 months in a disproportionate assets case in 2012.
Lokesh, a member of the state legislative council, hasn’t given up the position even after the party announced his name from Mangalagiri. This has led to murmurs within the party circles that his father Chandrababu has hedged his bets in case Lokesh fails to win.