Following are the top stories of the northern region at 2200 hrs:
DES14 UP-RAHUL-MISSING POSTERS
Amethi (UP): Posters declaring Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi as "missing" have appeared in his Lok Sabha constituency here, with the party terming it as a "handiwork" of the BJP and the RSS.
Chandigarh: Terming as "shameful" the alleged stalking of a young woman by the state BJP chief's son and his friend, opposition parties in Haryana stage protests and demand a probe by the CBI or by a sitting judge of the high court.
Lucknow: To gauge the impact of his government's schemes, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will begin a tour of various districts of the state from tomorrow, starting from Gorakhpur.
New Delhi: The government is planning to install a 24X7 seamless virtual fence with sensors along the India-Pakistan border to curb infiltration bid by the neighbouring nation, the Lok Sabha has been informed.
DES39 BOOK- THAROOR
New Delhi: Swami Vivekananda's disciple Sister Nivedita was deeply steeped in the idea of Hindu nationalism, but in an all-inclusive sense unlike what is practiced today, according to Congress leader Shashi Tharoor.
New Delhi: There are 288 people who are being given threat-based security cover by the Centre, apart from the VVIPs, Cabinet and other Ministers, Lok Sabha has been informed.
DEL55 JK-LD CEASEFIRE
Jammu: An Indian Army jawan has been killed in Pakistani firing from across the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir.
New Delhi: More than 18,000 cases of stalking were registered in last three years in the country, the Lok Sabha has been informed.
New Delhi: Declassified documents pertaining to the Quit India Movement and the Azad Hind Fauj will be on public display for the first time at the National Archives of India (NAI) from tomorrow.
DES56 DL-ASSEMBLY-LD SESSION
New Delhi: The Delhi Assembly has a noisy start to the monsoon session with the ruling AAP targeting the BJP over the Chandigarh stalking case while the opposition BJP raises the issue of death of sanitation workers in the national capital.
New Delhi: More than 5,700 foreigners have been convicted under the Foreigners Act in the last three years, the Lok Sabha has been informed.
Srinagar: Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah hints at the BJP returning to power in 2019 general elections, saying the "myth" of opposition unity was just a "chimera".
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