Citizenship Amendment Act comes into effect from January 10
In a gazette notification, the Union home ministry said the act under which non-Muslim refugees from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan will be given Indian citizenship, will come into force from January 10.
Hindutva unifying factor: RSS leader Krishna Gopal
Amidst widespread protests across the country against the Citizenship Amendment Act, senio...
Protest against Pakistan's atrocities on minorities, Modi tells anti-CAA protesters
"Those who are protesting against the Parliament of India...
Intellect Design to sell own products
This is expected to help cater to companies outside its core banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) space.
Delhi HC dismisses plea on internet shutdown
The observations came while the court was hearing a plea filed by Software Freedom Law Center, India which contended that in terms of the Temporary Suspension of Telecom Services Rules, 2017, DCP was not the competent authority to issue directions halting telecom services.
BSY may buy more time to rework his cabinet math
Total recast likely as simple expansion will upset caste, regional representation. The chief minister has vowed to induct into the ministry every one of the disqualified lawmakers who has won. Out of the 15 Assembly seats for which polls were held, 11 candidates have won from among the disqualified MLAs' group.
No bullet fired by police during protests at Jamia: MHA officials
There have been allegations that police fired bullets on protesters during the agitation at Jamia. The officials also said that 10 persons with criminal background have been detained in connection with the protests and more anti-social elements are being tracked.
Jaypee Infra homebuyers need to vote for both NBCC, Suraksha to ensure resolution, delivery
"If homebuyers vote for one plan and lenders vote for the other then the CIRP (Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process) will definitely head for liquidation. However, if homebuyers vote for both plans with lenders voting for any one, then in that case liquidation can be avoided," said Chitranshul Sinha, Partner at legal firm Dua Associates.
Delhi, NCR commercial developers hit hard
Companies facing up to Rs 1-crore loss a day due to SC’s construction ban in the wake of rise in air pollution. The worst affected are malls, which are losing not only rentals but also business for retailers during the seasonal sale
29 independents, MLAs from small parties may hold key to vote
Devendra Fadnavis took oath as CM on Saturday after staking claim to form the government with the support of BJP’s 105 MLAs, NCP’s 54 and 11 independents. Sena claims it has the support of seven independents and MLAs of smaller parties. Party leaders said it will be crucial for all parties to keep their flock of independents together.
CIL likely to meet targeted output despite heavy rains
Ratings agency Icra estimates Coal India’s production is likely to fall short of its current year target by 55-75 million tonnes (mt).
Brave New World: Commodity prices at 20-year low & when it's in plenty, someone is in poverty
There is a case of poverty amidst plenty. The news is always the worst at bottom.
Amit Shah vows to implement NRC in West Bengal, throw out infiltrators
Amit Shah at a seminar in Kolkata said West Bengal's ruling TMC was misleading people about the citizenship roll.
BJP's Gowtham Kumar becomes Bengaluru Mayor
Kumar, who represents Jogupalya ward, secured 129 votes as against Sathyanarayana (Dattatreya Temple ward) who got 112 in a 249-vote electoral college.
RBI’s curb on LVB may impact stock; Indiabulls Housing could face pressure, too
Over the last couple of years, the bank has steadily seen erosion in its market value.
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