UN High Commissioner for Human Rights files intervention plea in Supreme Court on CAA, India protests
Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson, Raveesh Kumar, said: "The Citizenship Amendment Act is an internal matter of India and concerns the sovereign right of the Indian Parliament to make laws. We strongly believe that no foreign party has any locus standi on issues pertaining to India’s sovereignty."
PM Modi like 'God' for migrants: Shivraj Singh Chouhan on citizenship law
Hailing the Prime Minister Narendra Modi led NDA government for ena...
Assam: Those applying for citizenship under CAA may get window of just 3 months
Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal and his Finance Minis...
Nagpur: BJP, RSS organise rally in support of Citizenship Amendment Act
To counter ongoing protests across the country, a massive rally was organised in support of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in Maharashtra's...
Citizenship Amendment Act bound to create disharmony in society: KTS Tulsi
Speaking on anti-CAA protests, Congress leader KTS Tulsi said that CAA is bound to create disharmony in the society. “CAA is bound to create...
MLA’s citizenship revoked for hiding foreign visits
The order said that the competent authority is "satisfied that it is not conducive to public good that Chennamaneni continues to be a citizen of India" and therefore decided that he "ceases" to be a citizen of the country. Ramesh represents the Vemulawada seat, around 160 km from Hyderabad.
Bihar: Muzaffarpur locals burst crackers in support of Citizenship Amendment Act
While the most part of the nation are protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act, some people are welcoming the government’s decision ...
Traders live in fear of economic crisis a week after Delhi riots
A week after the Delhi riots that claimed 45 lives started, traders of Bhajanpura, Ghonda and Chand Bagh held meetings on Sunday and sought more police presence to be able to open shops. On Sunday, shops remained closed at Chand Bagh and Mustafabad.
BJP to launch info campaign on changes in citizenship law, to involve beneficiaries too
The BJP on Saturday announced a mass contact programme to expose opposition parties' "lies" and apprise people of the details of the amended citizenship law to assure them that it is not against existing citizens.
If no minority will be affected by CAA, why keep Muslims out of it: Chidambaram to Amit Shah
At his first public rally in Kolkata after the 2019 general elections, Shah said, "The opposition is terrorising the minorities. I assure every person from the minority community that the CAA only provides citizenship, does not take it away. It won't affect your citizenship."
Thousands protest over Citizenship Law at multiple locations in capital
The national capital on Friday witnessed a wave of fresh protests with a car being set on fire during one of the several demonstrations by people in their thousands who took to the streets shouting anti-government slogans over the contentious citizenship law.
Govt to bring mechanism to give citizenship despite states' objections
The rules under the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) are under consultation and will be finalised before the January 22 Supreme Court hearing on the matter.
Emotionally influenced people launched anti-CAA stir in Assam: BJP
"We asked them about their sentiment on the situation since December 10. We all know that a misinformation campaign was going on claiming that over one crore Bangladeshis would come and attack the culture, language and identity of the Assamese people," the BJP leader said.
Government will unravel conspiracy, if any, behind Delhi violence: G Kishan Reddy
At least 42 people died and over 200 injured in the violence in parts of northeast Delhi last week over the Citizenship Amendment Act. Last week we witnessed some disturbances in the national capital.
View: The pluses and minuses of Shaheen Bagh model are now clear
One unfortunate fact remains that the women at Shaheen Bagh had occupied a public road, hitting thousands of commuters. They should have shifted their agitation tent to the adjacent Okhla bird sanctuary. That would have sent a signal that, while continuing a just protest, they would also avoid harming commuters.
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