HINDUS AND MUSLIMS
CAA: Sonakshi Sinha says country's unity is more important than film's collection after 'Dabangg 3' manages to earn only Rs 80 cr
The actor said that no one can take away the right to protest.
Enforcing CAA, NRC neither possible nor practical, it takes us towards Hindu Rashtra: Ashok Gehlot
What is the idea of CAB? You will ask a mi...
A local court in Thiruvananthapuram has issued an arrest warrant against Shashi Tharoor
A local court in Thiruvananthapuram has issued an arr...
Fake news alert: Parineeti Chopra's 'Beti Bachao' contract expired in 2017, not after CAA protest
There were reports that the actor was dropped from the campaign after she called the police action on Jamia students 'barbaric'.
National Conference passes resolution condemning CAA
The meeting was held at the NC headquarters, Nawa-i-Subah, and the party's provincial body of Kashmir and the youth and women's wing attended it, NC spokesperson Imran Dar told PTI. He said the meeting was chaired by NC provincial secretary, Kashmir, Showkat Ahmad.
Trinamool team stopped in Lucknow; UP BJP blames SP, Congress and BSP
A four-member delegation of the Trinamool Congress was detained at the Lucknow airport on Sunday afternoon. They had arrived here to meet the families of those impacted by the December 19 protests.
Earthquake jolts north India, no report of any loss of life or property yet
A 6.8-magnitude earthquake with its epicentre in the Hindu Kush region jolted several parts of north India including Delhi-NCR on Friday, of...
No need to fear, Indian Muslims neither intruders nor refugees: NCM chairman on CAA
He also said it is expected from the Union government to ensure that Indian Muslims do not face any problem due to the National Register of Citizens (NRC).
Assam to make public information on Hindu Bengalis out of NRC
Assam minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said the state government would table district-wise figures of Hindu Bengalis excluded from the final NRC during the ongoing winter session of the assembly. More than 19 lakh applicants were excluded from the final NRC, published on August 31. BJP claims many of them are Bengali Hindus who fled Bangladesh in the early 1970s.
More violence in UP, protesters indulge in vandalism during Bihar bandh, peaceful demonstration in Assam
Protestors set ablaze Yatimkhana police post in Kanpur on Saturday and indulged in heavy brickbatting, leading to injuries to many people including policemen, a senior official said. Police used canecharge and tear gas to chase them away. Clashes were also reported from Rampur district.
AMU sets up one-man judicial panel to probe campus violence during anti-CAA protest
"The inquiry into the violent incidents that took place on the campus on December 15 and 16 will be conducted by former chief justice of Chattisgarh High Court, Justice V K Gupta," AMU Vice Chancellor Tariq Mansoor said on Saturday. Prof Mansoor said the varsity has decided to get the origin of the violence probed as it is not interested in suppressing any fact.
India has institutions to address human rights, religious freedom concerns: US
India is a vibrant democracy that need to recognise and address to religious freedom and human rights, said a State Department official in the wake of enactment of Citizenship Amendment Act. Pompeo met External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar for a bilateral meeting. Thereafter, they were joined by the Defence Minister Rajnath Singh for 2+2 dialogue.
Court rules in favour of Sanjay Kirloskar
The district court of Pune has given its verdict in favour of Sanjay Kirloskar who had filed a case against the Kirloskar matriarch Suman Kirloskar. This family dispute which has seen Sanjay Kirloskar on one side and others including Atul, Rahul and Vikram Kirloskar, involving their companies and family properties, on the other.
Prolonged protests could harm image of India being a safe study destination
Several countries have deemed India an unsafe travel destination in the wake of recent protests including US, Saudi Arabia, Canada, UK and Australia among others, issuing travel advisories or cautioning their citizens about travel, particularly in affected regions.
View: Here's what govt needs to do to fix unintended fallout due to CAA protests
Governments often forget that agitating students do not speak just for themselves. Every student is connected with family and friends outside campus. They, members from different walks of life, have also lent support. In agitations against laws that appear to many to segregate one religious community from others, there is a risk of the movement feeding communal polarisation.
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