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BJP's top leaders in Babri demolition case  That  The case against Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi and others was heard in the Supreme Court today.

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 The Supreme Court had ruled that the verdict involving most top leaders was given within nine months of this case.

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Lucknow CBI court judge S.  That  Yadav is hearing the case.  They  Retire on September 30, 2019  He wrote a letter to the Supreme Court demanding that he be given more time for hearing.

The Supreme Court's division bench chaired Rohington Fali Nariman and has been granted a nine-month term.

 

Apart from this, judge S, who is hearing the Supreme Court.  That  Yadav has also given instructions for extending the term.  Judge Yadav had filed an application in this regard.
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Tue  On April 19, 2017, the apex court directed the day-to-day trial of a politically sensitive Babri demolition case and to complete the hearing within two years.

At that time, the apex court had termed the Babri demolition a "crime" and termed it "a blow to the secular constitution of the country".


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At that time, Kalyan Singh, the chief minister of the Uttar Pradesh government, is currently the governor of Rajasthan, and as long as he holds the constitutional protection, he will get constitutional protection as long as the governor remains.

 

Vinay katiyar, Sadhvi Ritabh Bhara and Vishnu Hari Dalmia are also accused in this case.  A case was underway in the court of the Special Judicial Magistrate in Rae Bareli.  Who was transferred to Lucknow's Additional Sessions Judge (Ayodhya Matters).
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Before this.  On February 12, 2001, the Allahabad High Court dismissed Mukwan's ruling as "defective" against five others, including Advani.

 

Can the Indian cricket team also face any harsh change in the coming days?  The Indian Cricket Control Board has not yet opened its address but this question is currently a topic of discussion in social media and in the streets.
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In the Cricket World Cup 2019, the Indian batsmen failed to reach the target of 240 runs and were dropped out of the tournament.

So is there any chance of a change in the leadership of the Indian cricket team in the coming days?

 

Senior sports journalist Pradeep Magazine believes that there is no need to change the captain, but there may be a definite thought about changing the coach.
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He says the Indian team under Virat Kohli is in control.  This is the best batsman in the world.  The team is moving in the right direction and there is no reason to change the captain.

Some of the talk associated with coaches is essential.  It depends on whether Ravi Shastri wants to be a coach.  What the board and Captain Kohli think will also be important.
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The research found that drinking more than two cans of 100 ml drinks a week increases the risk of cancer by up to 18%.

Of the cohort of thousands involved in the search, 22 were cancerous.

According to the researchers, if these people drink 100 milliliters of salt per day, four more cancer patients will join them and in five years thousands will increase to 26.
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Dr, senior statistician at Cancer Research UK  Graham Wheeler says, "It turns out that sugary drinks and cancers are related and need more research."

During this research, 2,193 new cancer patients were found, including 693 breast cancer, 291 prostate cancer and 166 colorectal cancer cases.

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