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Top headlines picked from major newspapers for you

Jun 28, 2019 08:37 IST

Here's a wrap of the top stories from major morning newspapers Several DU colleges on Thursday announced the first cut-off list for admissions with the highest score being set by Hindu College for BA (hons) in Political Science at 99%, The Hindustan Times reported. It surpasses last year’s 98.75% for the BA course at Lady Shri Ram College. This year too, the bar for entry into the BA at LSR is 98.75%. Senior Congress leader Anand Sharma on Thursday attributed party's poor showing in the elections to “mistakes” in the Congress poll manifesto, like the promise to repeal the sedition law and substantially alter the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, the Times of India reported. Sharma said the party was not able to balance the narrative in the face of “hyper-nationalism” that BJP used to its advantage after the Pulwama attacks and Balakot air strikes The Indian Express has reported that the Central government is working on a plan to launch a “One Nation One Ration Card” scheme for

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