Photo by: ANI
Photo by: ANI

5.13 pm Youth Congress members, protesting outside IG office over women entering Sabarimala Temple, detained by police

4.20 pm BJP MLAs marshaled out from Delhi Assembly, reportedly for protesting over 1984 anti-Sikh riots resolution

3.54 pm Thousands of mentally ill people chained in sheds in Uttar Pradesh’s Badaun

2.16 pm Lok Sabha adjourns for the day as suspended MPs continue protest in the Well

2.02 pm Jammu and Kashmir: One Army jawan dead, one injured in avalanche in Poonch district

1.35 pm 90 per cent possibility PM Modi will contest 2019 Lok Sabha elections from Puri: BJP MLA

1.54 pm PM Modi adds Jai Anusandhan to Shastri’s slogan of Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan and Vajpayee’s Jai Vigyan

1.15 pm Trivandrum: Asianet cameraperson attacked by BJP workers during protest over Sabarimala Temple

12.48 pm CBI court grants bail to ex-Haryana CM Bhupinder Hooda and Congress leader Motilal Vora in case of illegal re-allotment of land to AJL in Panchkula

12.35 pm India vs Australia 4th Test: India finish 303/4 at Stumps on Day 1

12.28 pm Lok Sabha adjourns till 2 pm following uproar by AIADMK and TDP members

12.20 pm Speaker Sumitra Mahajan suspends unruly members of AIADMK and TDP for four days for repeatedly disrupting Lok Sabha proceedings

11.40 am: Bihar: Armed assailants shot dead one LIC agent at his residence in Sarairanjan, Samastipur today; police investigation underway

11.30 am: AJL Panchkula plot allotment case: Former Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda & Senior Congress leader Moti Lal Vohra granted bail by Special CBI court in Panchkula. Next date of hearing in the case is Feb 6.

11.15 am: Kerala CM on Sabarimala Temple issue: It’s government’s responsibility to give protection to women. The government has fulfilled this constitutional responsibility. Sangh Parivar is trying to make Sabarimala into a clash zone.

11.00 am: Supreme Court to hear on January 8 the Thoothukudi Sterlite plant re-opening matter.

10.45 am: Madhya Pradesh Minister Mahendra Singh Sisodia during his interaction with party workers in Guna: Jo karamchari, adhikari paalan nahi karega, usko laat deke bahar kardiya jayega.

10.30 am: Kerala: BJP holds protest march in Kochi against the entry of women in Sabarimala Temple

10.25 am: Delhi: According to the police, the woman who was allegedly shot at by former JDU MLA Raju Singh during new year’s celebrations on 31st Dec 2018 at a farmhouse, has passed away during treatment.

10.25 am: Mumbai: Sachin Tendulkar & Raj Thackeray arrive at the residence of cricket coach Ramakant Achrekar who passed away yesterday, to attend the last rites.

10.20 am: Raipur: Oath-taking ceremony of Protem Speaker Rampukar Singh in Raj Bhawan.

10.15 am: Kerala: Two people have been detained by police in connection with yesterday’s violence & stone pelting incident in Pandalam over Sabarimala Temple women entry.

10.10 am: Kerala: Ambulances being used to help stranded passengers at Thiruvananthapuram Central as bus services are affected in the area due to the hartal called by various organisations over Sabarimala Temple women entry.

10.00 am: China has landed a spacecraft on the far side of the Moon, reports US media

9.45 am: Jammu & Kashmir: Encounter breaks out between security forces and terrorists in Gulshanpora, Tral. 2-3 terrorists believed to be trapped, exchange of fire underway; More details awaited.

9.30 am: Arjun Kashyap,Nishad party, accused in stone pelting incident in Ghazipur: BJP is in power. They’ve done it. Their people are the main accused. Our ppl also might have done it later, but stones were not pelted on policemen. If as per law, I’m the main accused,then I’ll surrender.

9.05 am: Three flights have been diverted from Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International airport due to bad weather/fog conditions

8.55 am: Police arrests Yogesh Raj, the main accused in Bulandshahr violence case

7.50 am: Kerala: United Democratic Front to observe ‘black day’ in the state in connection with Sabarimala Temple women entry issue; Visuals from Thiruvananthapuram.

7.30 am: Kerala: A 55-year-old Sabarimala Karma Samiti worker who was injured yesterday in a clash between CPIM & BJP workers, in Pandalam, has succumbed to his injuries; Police investigation underway.

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