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Muslim cleric saves injured constable during anti-CAA stir in Uttar Pradesh

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  • Singh said Muslims are not included in the CAA as these three countries are "theocratic" and "Islamic" states and "in an Islamic state, at least those who follow the religion of Islam do not face religious persecution. May be they face some other persecution but not religious persecution because the religion of that state is Islam".

    Rape accusations against saffron-robed former Union minister Swami Chinmayanand and a life sentence for expelled BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar for the 2017 rape of a minor in Unnao brought the law and order situation in the state into sharp focus. The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party swept Uttar Pradesh again in the Lok Sabha elections.

    Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh), Dec 21 (ANI): Shia Cleric Maulana Kalbe Jawad appealed Muslims to show restraint. Speaking to ANI, he said, “Citize...

    Leaders agreed they needed do more business among themselves and trade in each other's currencies.

    Muslim organisations on Thursday held protest against Citizenship (Amendment) Act, National Register of Citizens at Sector 20 in Chandigarh....

    ​​Handing over the demand draft to officials, a section of Muslims from the civil society handed over a demand draft of Rs 6.27 lakh to the Bulandshahr district administration to compensate for damage to public property during violent protests over the citizenship law in Uttar Pradesh.

    The Rapid Action Force has filed a complaint against 1,000 unnamed AMU students in connection with the violence at the campus during a violent protest against police action. The students protested in a mass against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act. 60 students of the AMU were earlier booked by UP Police for rioting and damaging public property.

    "Not everyone without a document of proof of residence or nationality is an infiltrator. He could have been born and raised here, just like his father. This is as much his land, as it is of those who are asking him for proof," said Madani.

    "CAA neither alters nor challenges rights of any Indian citizen, irrespective of religion, caste, creed, sect, ethnicity or race. The narrative that it threatens religious minorities in India is ignorance at best, & treacherous at worst," Union Minster Hardeep Singh Puri wrote on Twitter.

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday sought to assuage concerns of Muslims over the amended citizenship law and the NRC, saying both have ...

    The increase is due to additional missions assigned to the UN Secretariat, inflation and exchange rate adjustments, according to diplomats. These include the observer mission in Yemen, a political mission established in Haiti, the investigation of crimes committed in Syria since the outbreak of civil war in 2011, and in Myanmar after the 2017 crackdown on the Rohingya Muslim minority.

    The CAA fast-tracks citizenship for five non-Muslim communities in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh, but the concern is in what it signals — making citizenship a matter of faith — and the kind of effect it will have on the ground for people who find themselves excluded from NRC. The law will throw a lifeline for non-Muslims, while the Muslims out of NRC would be incarcerated or relegated to non-citizens.

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