No going back on CAA: Ravi Shankar Prasad
"There is no question of our going back on the CAA," the minister asserted. Prasad made the remark here in his inaugural address to Income Tax Appellate Tribunal's circuit bench.
Constant provoking of Muslims reason for riots: Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi
Union minority affairs minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said “constant provok...
Delhi riots: Calm returns, fear remains on Delhi streets
Chand Bagh, Khajuri Khas and Bhajanpura — the worst-affected areas in the violent cl...
Amit Shah to address pro-CAA rally in Bhubaneswar on Friday
Though Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik and his Bihar counterpart Nitish Kumar, who will also be present in the city on Friday for the EZC meet, have backed the CAA, both have made clear that they are against NRC.
Indira, Manmohan's 'Raj dharma' was of equality, harmony; BJP has divisive mindset: Congress
The Congress on Friday slammed the BJP for attacking Sonia Gandhi over the party's 'Rajdharma' reminder, saying its leaders like Indira Gandhi and Manmohan Singh believed in equality and harmony, while the Modi government has a "divisive mindset".
View: The violence in Delhi – and how it was finally contained -- has lessons for all
Yet, it is undeniable that there has been systemic failure in the manner the violence was handled.
The impromptu Modi show that missed the headlines during Trump's whirlwind India tour
Trade has been a sore point between the world's two largest democracies. Frictions, emanating primarily from tariffs, have lately shown no signs of abating. Just ahead of his India trip, Trump had himself dispelled expectations of any trade deal anytime soon.
Mahatma Gandhi's spirit needed more than ever: UN chief Guterres on Delhi violence
Guterres has expressed sadness over the casualties following the protests in Delhi, and called for maximum restraint and for violence to be avoided, the UN chief's spokesman Stephane Dujarric told reporters on Thursday.
Moody's assigns Caa1 rating to Lodha Developers' proposed bond issue
At the time of issuance, the proposed bonds will be guaranteed by MDL and Lodha Developers UK.
Delhi riots: Police issues public notice, urge eyewitnesses to join probe
Delhi Police on Thursday issued an appeal, urging people and media persons to come forward and give their statements and share pictures and ...
Bihar passes resolution for caste-based census
JDU has been demanding castebased census for a long time and it raised the issue at the NDA meeting on January 31.The decision to adopt the resolution for caste-based census has political significance as it comes seven months ahead of the Assembly polls.
Foreign investor sentiment not hit due to violence in Delhi: Nirmala Sitharaman
The finance minister said several green shoots are visible in the economy. There is a steady flow of foreign direct investments (FDI) into the country, foreign exchange reserve is good, and the pressure on inflation is easing.
Delhi clashes: Overall situation has improved, says SN Srivastava
Srivastava told ET that the situation is being “reviewed” every hour and police are trying to “restore full normalcy at the earliest”. He said shops and markets will begin to function from Friday morning after a security review.
Narendra Modi did what previous PMs said they would: J P Nadda on CAA
Nadda claimed that Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi and Manmohan Singh talked about bringing minorities persecuted in the neighbouring countries to India.
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