These are the top stories from the northern region at 9.30 pm
LUCKNOW DEL50 POL-LD-AYODHYA
Lucknow/Chandigarh/New Delhi, Oct 30 (PTI) A day after the Supreme Court deferred hearing the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute, a Haryana minister mocked the apex court’s decision and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said justice delayed can be justice denied.
Also see: LUCKNOW DEL33 UP-LD-AYODHYA-ADITYANATH
CHANDIGARH DEL20 HR-AYODHYA-MINISTER
NEWDELHI DEL30 DL-POLLUTION EPCA DPCC
New Delhi: Halting all construction activities from November 1 for 10 days and intensifying patrolling in "hot spots" are among the measures directed by the Supreme Court-appointed Environment Pollution Control Authority (EPCA), which is even considering regulating use of private vehicles in the wake of an alarming rise in air pollution in Delhi.
SRINAGAR DEL52 NEWSALERT-JK-ENCOUNTER ENDS
Encounter ends in South Kashmir. Body of one militant recovered, two more buried in rubble: Officials.
CHANDIGARH DES23 HR-ROADWAYS-STRIKE
Chandigarh: Haryana government staffers across various departments began a two-day strike Tuesday to express solidarity with agitating roadways workers, the employees' unions said.
CHANDIGARH DES10 PB-AAP-POLLS-LD CANDIDATES
Chandigarh: The Aam Aadmi Party Tuesday announced names of five candidates in Punjab for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, with dissident leader of the party Sukhpal Singh Khaira expressing "surprise" over the decision.
SHIMLA DES6 HP-PREZ-CONVOCATION
Shimla: President Ram Nath Kovind Tuesday hailed the sacrifice made by soldiers from Himachal Pradesh, saying the state sends a bigger percentage of its youth to the armed forces compared to other states.
JAIPUR DES8 RJ-MLA-BOOKED
Jaipur: A Rajasthan minister has been booked under the Representation of the People Act for allegedly promoting enmity between two groups in his speech at an election rally last week, officials said.
SRINAGAR DEL8 JK-NIA-RAID
Srinagar: The National Investigation Agency Tuesday carried out raids at three residences of absconding businessman and Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Nasir Safi Mir and his family at Lal Bazar area here in connection with a terror funding case, officials said.
Lucknow: Amid the festering family feud, Samajwadi Party founder Mulayam Singh Yadav Tuesday visited offices of both his party, now headed by his son Akhilesh Yadav and the newly-floated rebel outfit of his brother Shivpal Yadav, leaving his party workers wondering where his sympathies lie.
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