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Gyanvapi Mosque Survey: Supreme Court to hear masjid’s panel petition on Tuesday

Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear a petition challenging the survey of Varanasi’s Gynavapi Mosque. The plea filed by the Anjuman Masjid Committee against the Varanasi Court’s order

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Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear a petition challenging the survey of Varanasi's Gynavapi Mosque.

The court-ordered videography survey of the Gyanvapi Masjid complex, which had been ongoing for the third day, came to an end on Monday amid tight security. The survey of the mosque complex began around 8:00 am and ended at about 10:15 am.

Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear a petition challenging the survey of Varanasi’s Gynavapi Mosque. The plea filed by the Anjuman Masjid Committee against the Varanasi Court’s order requiring the survey of the Gyanvapi mosque will be heard by a bench chaired by Justice DY Chandrachud tomorrow.

While conducting a survey, lawyer Vishnu Jain claimed a big victory for the Hindu side as the shivling was found on the premises of the mosque. He said the shivling was found inside the well which was used for the wuzu.

Wuzu is a type of ritual purification in the Islamic religion for cleansing parts of the body. The 4 Fardh acts of Wudu consist of washing the face, and arms, then wiping the head and the feet with water.

After the survey was completed, the Varanasi court ordered the District Magistrate, Kaushal Raj Sharma, to seal the area where the shivling had been found. The court stated in its order that the Shivling discovery is crucial evidence and has ordered the CRPF commandant to secure the premises and prevent Muslims from entering.

Read Also: Gyanvapi masjid row: Advocate says it is not Shivling, it’s a fountain, calls it misleading claim

According to sources, there is no order to stop the namaz in the mosque, and the district administration is reviewing the order.

Advocate Hari Shankar Jain requested that the premises be secured after a Shivling was found inside. Another Hindu lawyer, Madan Mohan Yadav, stated that the Shivling is 12 feet by 8 inches in diameter and is facing the same direction that Nandi is.

Gyanvapi Mosque Row

The Gyanvapi Mosque, which is located next to the Kashi Vishwanath Temple in Varanasi, is currently facing a legal battle.  A Varanasi court has ordered the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to investigate the structure of the Gyanvapi Masjid.

On April 18, 2021, five Delhi-based women, Rakhi Singh, Laxmi Devi, Sita Sahu, and others filed a petition with the court, requesting permission to perform daily prayers before Hindu deity idols on the court’s outer walls. They also attempted to prevent the opponents from causing any harm to the idols.

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From Poco X3 Pro to Redmi’s Note 10 pro max, here’s list of top feature-loaded smartphones under Rs 25,000

Looking for the best feature-loaded smartphone under the budget of Rs 20,000? Then you clicked on the right site. As the technology continues to become affordable with each passing day, it becomes difficult for buyers to choose a smartphone in this price segment.

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Looking for the best feature-loaded smartphone under the budget of Rs 25,000? Then you clicked on the right site. As the technology continues to become affordable with each passing day, it becomes difficult for buyers to choose a smartphone in this price segment.

Many smartphone makers are offering great features in this price range such as 5G technology, dual SIM, three-camera setup, high definition display, fingerprint sensor, and whatnot. In this article, for the convenience of the customers, team APN has round up some of the best smartphone options under the budget of Rs 20,000, which you should consider in February.-

Here are some best smartphones under the budget of Rs 25, 000

Redmi Note 10 Pro Max

Redmi’s one of the hot-selling products, Note 10 Pro Max, which launched in March, last year at the starting price of Rs 19, 999 is clearly a great deal. The smartphone comes with a 120Hz AMOLED display, a 108MP quad-camera setup, and a 5020 mAh battery and glass on the back.

Read Also: iPhone 14 series: Apple’s upcoming smartphone likely to have signal in no-signal areas, here’s what new leak suggested!

The company has offered the latest Snapdragon 732G SoC in the product so that customers can experience fast touch and smooth experience which operating any heavy application in the phone.

Poco X3 Pro

Launched in March, last year at the starting price of Rs 19, 999, the smartphone comes with the latest Snapdragon 800 series chipset, which makes the phone user-friendly for all the customers who love to play games on the phone. If you think the list features of this hot selling product is over, then we will ask you to hold your horses because the product has a lot to offer. Poco X3 Pro also comes with a 5,160 mAh battery life, 120Hz LCD panel with 33W fast-charging support, and a 48 MP quad-camera setup, which will provide a good image quality in low light.

iQoo Z3

Vivo’s sub-brand iQoo has also launched a feature-loaded phone name Z3 at the starting price of Rs Rs 17,999. The gadget comes with a 5G technology, a triple camera at the back, a Snapdragon 768G SoC with supports 55W fast charging. If you are interested in purchasing this phone, then there is another good news for you, there are a few e-commerce websites such as Amazon and Flipkart that have listed the products at the discounted price of Rs 15,999.

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IND vs ENG: England all out for 284, India leads by 132 runs

India came to bat first and made 4016 runs in the first innings, later England got all out for 284 and India still holds a lead of 132 runs in the decider match.

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Indian bowling attack has been phenomenal in the IND vs ENG 5th Test match against England. They did not only cage English batters but also bowled them all out for 284.

This also means that India has a solid lead of 132 runs in the decider match and now after a short break, Indian batter will be out at the Edgbaston crease for the second innings.

Indian captain Jasprit Bumrah took three crucial wickets in the last session on the 2nd day and Mohammed Siraj and Shardul Thakur took that legacy further and troubled the English batters.

While Siraj took four wickets including the most important on of former England skipper Joe Root and on the other hand Shardul Thakur dismissed the current skipper, Ben Stokes.

But it was 31 years old Mohammed Shami who had brilliant spells while bowling England batters. He had the best line and length in the decider match and took two wickets of man-in-form Jonny Bairstow and J. Leach.

While any England batsmen could not score big it was Jonny Bairstow who scored 104 and kept England in the race. Former skipper Joe Root made 31 off 67 balls, Ben Stokes made 25 off 36 balls and Sam Billings scored 36 off 57 balls.

On the other hand, Rishabh Pant was the highest scorer of the first innings. He made 146 off just 111 balls and taking forward from there all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja made 104 off 194 balls. England’s most experienced bowler was the highest wicket taker of the first innings. He took the five wickets haul and dismissed, openers Shubhman Gill and Cheteshwar Pujara, followed by Shreyas Iyer, Ravindra Jadeja and Mohammed Siraj.

India has come out to bat for the second innings of the IND vs ENG 5th Test match. India holds a lead in the series by 2-1 and the fifth match will be the decider of who would lift the Pataudi Trophy 2022.

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Panchayat in Haryana’s Manesar calls for economic boycott of Muslim shopkeepers, vendors

Day after Udaipur tailor murder, several right-wing organizations including Bajrang Dal and VHP was held a march to demand stringent punishment for accused Riyaz Attari and Ghous Mohammad

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A panchayat organized by several right wing groups including Bajrang Dal and Vishva Hindu Parishad in Haryana’s Manesar on Sunday called for economic boycott of Muslims shopkeepers and vendors from the markets of their respective villages.

Issuing an ultimatum to the Haryana administration, the panchayat asked the people of Manesar, Dharuhera and Gurgaon to form village-level committees to economically boycott Muslims.

The panchayat members submitted a memorandum to a deputy magistrate stating that illegal immigrants must be evicted. There should be an immediate inquiry against illegal immigrants and those found staying illegally should be evicted, the memorandum mentioned.

In the memorandum, the organizers alleged that Muslims in their areas are involved in religious conversions and strict action should be taken against them who involved in such activities.

Several speakers at the Manesar panchayat called for an economic boycott of Muslim vendors and shopkeepers alleging that many juice shops and salons run by Muslims in Manesar had names of Hindu deities as part of a conspiracy.

Devender Singh, general secretary, VHP Manesar, said that the panchayat was called to raise Hindu society voices against growing religious fundamentalism and jihadist forces that have taken root in the country.

Hindus are being killed while many Rohingya, Bangladeshis and even Pakistanis are illegally staying in Gurgaon and Manesar by hiding their real identities and set up their businesses in various sectors, Singh claimed in his speech.

Giving one week ultimatum to administration to take actions against the culprits, the VHP general secretary said If there is no action, then Hindu society will take action. Another panchayat will be called at a larger scale and the future course of action will be decided, said Singh.

At the end, Singh said that the economic boycott of Muslims is the only solution.

Day after Udaipur tailor’s brutal daylight murder, several right-wing organizations including Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad was held a march to demand stringent punishment for accused Riyaz Attari and Ghous Mohammad.

In the viral video, the protesters can be heard raising provocative slogans against the Muslim community near Jama Masjid.

Taking suo motu cognizance of incident after videos of the rally went viral on social media, the Gurgaon police has booked the organisers of a protest march for allegedly raising abusive slogans and promoting enmity between communities.

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