Nobody can dare touch any Indian Muslim, says Rajnath on apprehensions about CAA-NRC-NPR
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday said that no one can dare touch any Indian Muslim, as he sought to dispel apprehensions that the community will be targeted if NPR and NRC are brought in, and cautioned the people against forces which were trying to "create a divide" on religious lines over the CAA.
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If a country wants a National Register of Citizens, why should it be opposed: Rajnath Singh
Addressing a rally in support of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in Shatabdi Nagar here, the BJP leader said religious minorities in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh were living a "life of misery" and India has fulfilled its "moral duty" by enacting the CAA.
BSP ready to accept govt's challenge for debate on CAA: Mayawati
Addressing a rally in support of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) here on Tuesday, Shah had dared, besides Mayawati, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee and Samajwadi Party president Akhilesh Yadav to a debate with him on the law on a 'sarvjanik manch' (public platform).
CAA pleas: SC gives four weeks to Centre to respond, 5-judge Constitution bench to be set up
Hearing a batch of 143 petitions, an apex court bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde issued notice to the Centre and restrained all high courts from hearing pleas on the CAA till it decides on the pleas. The bench, also comprising Justices S Abdul Nazeer and Sanjiv Khanna, said it will hear the petitions pertaining to Assam and Tripura.
Pakistan hand suspected behind false propaganda about CAA in Iran
A letter signed by members of the Indian community in Iran and addressed to Jaishankar was circulated ahead of his visit claiming that the community was concerned over CAA and protests in India, ET has reliably learnt. The members of the community even wanted to meet Jaishankar to voice their concern over CAA according to the letter.
$1.4 billion of Palm Oil is in the crossfire as Mahathir angers India
Tensions between the two countries began when Mahathir told the UN that India “invaded” Kashmir.
On eve of SC hearing, Shaheen Bagh women fast, write postcards to CJI
The women wrote postcards in Hindi, English and Urdu, describing how statements on NRC made them fear the future of their children. “When former President Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed’s family could not prove its nationality, how will we common Muslims manage,” asked one of the 5,000 postcards addressed to CJI SA Bobde.
Despite protests, CAA will not be withdrawn: Amit Shah
Addressing a rally here in support of the CAA, Shah also declared that construction of a Ram temple “touching the skies” in Ayodhya will begin within three months. He said there is no provision in the amended law for taking anyone's citizenship away. “A canard is being spread against the CAA by the Congress, SP, BSP, and Trinamool Congress.”
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella warns leaders: Support immigration or risk missing global tech boom
“People will only come when people know you’re an immigrant friendly country," the Microsoft CEO said.
Yogendra Yadav lashes out at Modi govt over CAA
He said the ongoing protests across the country against some decisions of the Centre were a way for people to vent out their "suffocation". The politician-activist was addressing a rally in Bhiwandi town here on Saturday night to oppose CAA, the proposed nationwide National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the National Population Register (NPR).
Government ready to debate with Rahul Gandhi on CAA: Amit Shah
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday challenged Congress leader Rahul Gandhi to prove that the Citizenship Amendment Act would take away citizenship from Indian Muslims, as he advised him to read the act completely.
Will Delhi really vote on development and citizenry issues? India — and its political class — await patiently
Most agree bijli-paani, health, education, free bus rides for women, and CCTV cameras, have improved.
Too small to fight against India: Malaysian PM on palm oil ban
India has been Malaysia's largest palm oil market for the past five years, presenting the Southeast Asian country with a major challenge in finding new buyers for its palm oil.
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