HINDUS AND MUSLIMS
Left with no other option, we had to call police: AMU VC Tariq Mansoor
Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Vice Chancellor Tariq Mansoor on Wednesday said the university authorities made the 'painful decision' to call police to the campus during a protest earlier this week as they had learnt that 'anti-social elements' had infiltrated the premises.
Not single incident reported in Ayodhya: Circle Officer
While speaking to ANI, Uttar Pradesh's Ayodhya Circle Officer Amar Singh said that no...
Money & Relationships: What are woman’s rights in a live-in arrangement?
It is important for a woman to know her financial rights whether in ...
Is there a way to ensure that will is not challenged in court of law?
It is optional to register a will, however, it can be challenged in a court of law if it has errors even if it is registered. Keep in mind that there are 7 grounds on which a will can be challenged.
Citizenship (Amendment) Bill: Amit Shah says Indian Muslims have nothing to fear
Amit Shah rejected the Opposition charge that the bill was anti-Muslim. He repeatedly stressed that the legislation will not take away anyone's citizenship and was only intended to help minority communities facing religious persecution in the three neighbouring countries. "No provision in citizenship bill touches citizenship of Muslims," he said.
Shah moves Citizenship (Amendment) Bill in RS, says Indian Muslims 'were, are and will remain' Indians
The population of minorities in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan has reduced by as much as 20 per cent, either by way of elimination or having migrated to India, he said, adding that these migrants did not get rights to jobs and education.
VHP wants special minority provisions extended to majority
Senior VHP officials told media persons on Sunday that a team of 250 VHP members had met 400 lawmakers from different political parties in the past two weeks for this purpose.
My grandfather passed away without a Will. How will his properties be divided?
Since your grandfather passed away before 2005, when the Hindu Succession Act was amended, the daughters will not have a right to ancestral properties.
CAA aftermath: Arundhati Roy expresses fear for the Constitution; Chetan Bhagat warns against testing youth's patience
Ravinder Singh condemned the Act by calling it "anti-India".
Top court refuses one-stop inquiry into police action
It would be impractical to set up a single panel to examine the facts as sought by students, given the “spread” of the protests and the “diverse” facts behind those, a three-member bench led by Chief Justice SA Bobde said. The Supreme Court refuted inquiries made by Jamia and AMU students regarding the Citizenship Amendment Act.
Amit Shah on NRC: It can’t be done in secrecy. We haven’t decided yet, need cabinet approvals
Shah said no Indian citizen needs to fear from the Citizenship Act or NRC. No minority community would be adversely affected by the implementation of the new law. The Citizenship Act and NRC are subjects under the Union list and states would have to implement those.
HRD seeks report from Jamia, AMU about situation on campuses and sequence of events
"Both the VCs had come to the ministry today and met senior officials. The situation is now normal on both the campuses and maximum students residing in hostel have gone back home as vacation have been announced. The varsities will announce a fresh schedule for pending examination once the campuses reopen in January," a source said.
CAA protests in Assam: Why it is different from the rest of the country
On Sunday, when the artists gathered in Chanmari field in Guwahati to register their protest against CAA, the fear found voice. Bipin Chawdang sang “pepanhti tur bojailo, du dinor pachhot bongaliye ronor hinga bojaabo, du dinor pachhot bangladeshik mukhyomatri patibo.”
From Oxford to Harvard, universities abroad see protests against police crackdown in Jamia, AMU
Over 400 students from different US universities have issued a joint statement expressing solidarity with Jamia and AMU students lathi-charged by the Delhi Police during protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act that turned violent.
Situation in 42 central varsities, barring 2, peaceful: Government
There are 42 central universities in the country and only in a few there were peaceful protests like candlelight march, the reports of violence came only in two universities -- Jamia Millia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim university (AMU), a govt official said.
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