Citizenship (Amendment) Act

Shaheen Bagh blockade lifted, but stir continues

Shaheen Bagh blockade lifted, but stir continues

New Delhi: Protesters at the Shaheen Bagh in South Delhi on Saturday on the 70th day of their demonstrations opened the passage from Jami...Read More

Donald Trump to discuss CAA, NRC issues with Modi during India visit: Senior US official

Donald Trump to discuss CAA, NRC issues with Modi during India visit: Senior US official

Washington DC [USA]: United States President Donald Trump will discuss the issues concerning the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the ...Read More

'No one should be scared of CAA; NPR won't throw anyone out': Uddhav Thackeray after meeting with PM Modi

'No one should be scared of CAA; NPR won't throw anyone out': Uddhav after meeting with PM Modi

The Maharashtra Chief Minister said that he had a "good discussion" with the PM and that they had discussed the Citizenship Amendment Act...Read More

FPJ Exclusive | 'Repeal CAA, we won't have a problem with NPR': Prithivraj Chavan to Modi govt

FPJ Exclusive | 'Repeal CAA, we won't have a problem with NPR': Prithivraj Chavan to Modi govt

Chavan said that the Congress was "only against CAA" owing to the 2019 amendments, that made religion a factor.

Noida-Faridabad road blocked over Shaheen Bagh protests opens after 69 days

Noida-Faridabad road blocked over Shaheen Bagh protests opens after 69 days

However, the road connecting Noida to Delhi still remains closed.

Mumbai Bagh protestors will now meet BJP leaders

Mumbai Bagh protestors will now meet BJP leaders

Mumbai: Mumbai Bagh protestors are set to meet a delegation of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders soon to have a dialogue on the conten...Read More

'Aadhaar has nothing to do with citizenship issue': UIDAI clarifies on notices sent to residents in Hyderabad

'Aadhaar has nothing to do with citizenship issue': UIDAI clarifies on notices sent to residents in Hyderabad

The agency further said that RO Hyderabad had received reports from the state police of 127 people having obtained "Aadhaar on false pret...Read More

Modi, the prince among men in famine of opposition leaders

Modi, the prince among men in famine of opposition leaders

The Congress could not have had a more propitious time to bounce back into reckoning as now when the BJP is fast losing its sheen, having...Read More

Shaheen Bagh: Between rock and hard place

Shaheen Bagh: Between rock and hard place

They are tired, even defeated, but would not like to call their act off without some kind of a face-saver. The Supreme Court on Monday as...Read More

Imran Khan warns of refugee crisis in Pakistan

Imran Khan warns of refugee crisis in Pakistan

Speaking at the two-day refugee summit in Islamabad on 40 years of hosting Afghan refugees in Pakistan, he said India's "ultranationalist...Read More

People are fed biryani, given money to sit on the street: Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh calls CAA protesters 'dogs of the opposition'

People are fed biryani, given money to sit on the street: Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh calls CAA protesters 'dogs of the opposition'

The Karagpur MP said that the protesters were people who were "lacking in education and finances".

Watch: New footage allegedly shows Delhi police ransacking Jamia library during December 15 protests

Watch: New footage allegedly shows Delhi police ransacking Jamia library during December 15 protests

Earlier, the Jamia Coordination Committee (JCC), on Sunday, February 16, released a CCTV footage of how police stormed into the library a...Read More

Amid protests, Maharashtra will roll out data collection for NPR from May 1

Amid protests, Maharashtra will roll out data collection for NPR from May 1

While the country is witnessing several protests against NPR, the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (...Read More

Minority community thrashes TMC leaders addressing CAA-NRC protest rally in West Bengal's Madhyamgram

Minority community thrashes TMC leaders addressing CAA-NRC protest rally in West Bengal's Madhyamgram

People from a minority community beat two TMC leaders -- one Hindu and one Muslim -- after they spoke against a cleric

'10 women students hit on their private parts': Doctors at Jamia Health Centre accuse Delhi Police

'10 women students hit on their private parts': Doctors at Jamia Health Centre accuse Delhi Police

The National Students' Union of India said that the "police did barbaric lathicharge on Jamia students as they were peacefully marching t...Read More

PM Modi’s talk on CAA and Pakistan to divert attention from key issues: Kamal Nath

PM Modi’s talk on CAA and Pakistan to divert attention from key issues: Kamal Nath

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath on Sunday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that he is now talking about the Citize...Read More

Secularists’ strident opposition to UCC reeks of votebank politics

Secularists’ strident opposition to UCC reeks of votebank politics

It’s a small incident that was barely covered in the media. But it is a very revealing incident that tells you why identity issues are in...Read More

Cops who assaulted photojournalist transferred; enquiry initiated

Cops who assaulted photojournalist transferred; enquiry initiated

The two officers – Assistant Police Inspector Ghanshyam Borse and Probationary Police Sub Inspector Azim Shaikh – who were posted at Nag...Read More

'5 stars to him': #ProudofUberRohit trends on Twitter in support of driver who took activist to police station

'5 stars to him': #ProudofUberRohit trends on Twitter in support of driver who took activist to police station

After dicussing the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act, poet and activist Bappadittya Sarkar was taken to the police by his U...Read More

Mumbai Bagh: Case filed against organisers and 300 women protesting against CAA, NRC

Mumbai Bagh: Case filed against organisers and 300 women protesting against CAA, NRC

Mumbai: A case has been registered against the organisers and 300 women who are protesting against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and th...Read More

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