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Can’t reopen history after 400 years: Supreme Court on Taj Mahal

IndiaTimes Monday, 5 December 2022
A bench of Justices MR Shah and CT Ravikumar told petitioner UN Dalai that every citizen has the constitutional right to profess a religion of his choice. “India is a secular country and the petitioner can’t be permitted to plead that citizens of India may accept Sri Sri Thakur Anukul Chandra as ‘paramatma’,” it said.
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A tourist from Argentina, who visited the Taj Mahal on December 26, has tested positive for Covid-19. His samples were collected during screening at the monument's Western gate to test for the virus as a precautionary measure. The RT-PCR report, which came out on Wednesday i.e. on 28th December, confirmed that the man was Covid-19 positive. #BF.7Variant #ChinaCovid #Omicron

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