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This outrageous remarks by Rashidi comes on the heels of a similar threat by the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB), which invoked the example of Hagia Sofia.

In a statement, Ministry of External Affairs' spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said such comments by the country that denies its own minorities their religious rights are 'deeply regrettable'.

Baijal had overruled the Delhi government's decision to re-open hotels and weekly markets on a trial basis as part of Unlock 3.

An FIR was registered against Saddam Husen for allegedly calling the Mahakal temple in Ujjain "a hub of terrorists" after history-sheeter and accused in Kanpur encounter case Vikas Dubey's arrest from temple premises.

Kejriwal said, "The condition of the girl is very serious and she has grave injuries. She is unconscious. She was admitted in a very bad condition and is very critical. It will be observed in the next 24 to 48 hours whether she comes out of danger. Hope she recovers soon."

Legislative Assembly Speaker CP Joshi's lawyer Prateek Kalsiwal said, "The High Court has directed a single-judge bench hearing the stay application in the matter to decide on it on the next date of hearing -- August 11."

In an interesting dialogue with these children, the Chief Minister highlighted the cultural and historical ties between the two regions by giving the role of Gujarat being the land of Lord Krishna while the northeastern state is the land of Rukmani.

Chinese troops started the border conflict with India on May 5 after they marched into the Galwan valley in very high numbers and tried to change the status quo on the LAC.

"CPI(M) expresses its deep sadness at the demise of Shyamal Chakraborty. Comrade Shyamal was a veteran trade union leader, former minister and Central Committee member of the CPI(M). Today the working class and the left movement in the country has lost an important voice," the party said in a statement.