The top court asked it to take into consideration various aspects including Qayoom's age, expiry of detention period and the COVID-19 pandemic.
McFadden, who is also a farmer, resorted to the fence because he feels it will keep people away because "people are like sheep".
The company, which owns also a number of UK regional newspapers, said the restructuring would cost the group £20 million.
The resident of Hingerwal, committed suicide on Tuesday after he missed the "mission assigned to him
While mechanical work on the treatment plant had to be stopped midway due to the lockdown, the laying of pipelines for household connection in some localities has resumed recently.
An official release said the lockdown has been in force since March 25 and essential commodities like rice, dal, sugar,
The ISBT flyover at Kashmere Gate, also known as Yudhister Setu, is around two decades old and will be repaired and rehabilitated in the coming months.
COVID-19 effect: Modi government unlikely to go for privatisation of public sector banks this fiscal
At present, four public sector banks are under the RBI's Prompt Corrective Action (PCA) framework, which puts several restrictions on them.
The central government has launched the campaign to make India "self-reliant".
The boy lived in Gandhi Colony in the city along with his mother and brother, while his father, a Tamil Nadu native and Army man, is currently posted in Arunachal Pradesh.
The Home Department also revoked the stringent act against senior PDP leaders Sartaj Madani and Peer Mansoor.
With Railways operating special services, commuters were allowed into the Tiruchy station after thermal screening, which a few found cumbersome.
The Villupuram-Madurai and Katpadi-Coimbatore special trains ran with 50 per cent of occupancy.
Sitting in front of the screen, clearing one level after another, and defeating the opponents — the life of a video gamer has not changed much after the lockdown was announced.
The Bangalore Political Action Committee (B.PAC), a citizen’s collective, conducted an online survey in May with an aim to focus on Bengaluru, titled ‘Safer Public Transport Systems post the lockdown’