MUSLIM PERSONAL LAW BOARD
BJP, RSS reach out to UP's Muslim clergy, professionals & academics over CAA
BJP and RSS are holding a series of meetings with UP’s Muslim clergy, professionals and academics on the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), in Kanpur, Meerut, Jaunpur, Lucknow and four other places in Uttar Pradesh.
Supreme Court stay in hand, Tata Sons to hold board meet shortly
The board is likely to discuss legal implications and impact of NCLAT order.
Corporate law: How it could affect business operations
The acts of a company’s internal management are normally not interfered by a judicial ...
Malaysia's PM defends criticism of India despite palm oil backlash
India, the world's biggest buyer of edible oils, last week changed rules that traders say effectively ban imports of refined palm oil from Malaysia, the world's second-biggest producer and exporter of palm oil after Indonesia. The move came after New Delhi objected to Mahathir's criticism of India's new religion-based citizenship law.
Education plank is neither Hindu nor Muslim: Manish Sisodia, Delhi's deputy CM
Issues and political ideologies will always be there. You have to see the future of the country. The youth is concerned about quality education, its affordability, jobs and a career. You have to assure students that we are creating jobs for you, giving good quality education.
Muslims should unite after Iran commander's killing: Malaysian PM
The world's oldest premier Mahathir Mohamad, who has in recent months stoked diplomatic tensions by speaking out on issues concerning the Muslim world, also said the U.S. drone attack on Soleimani was against international laws.
No open attacks on Priyanka, firming up Muslim vote base without hardcore polarisation: Akhilesh Yadav finetunes strategy in UP
Samajwadi Party focussing on law and order plank on which the BJP knocked it out of power in 2017.
Murugappa group rift: Hereditary board post not a legal right
Late M.V. Murugappan's daughter alleged that promoters have gender bias against women getting into family biz.
99% Muslims want review of SC judgment on Ayodhya dispute: AIMPLB
The All India Muslim Personal Law Board on Sunday asserted that 99 per cent of Muslims in the country want a review of the unanimous Supreme Court verdict on the Ayodhya dispute.
Triple talaq law, increasing number of SC judges high points of law ministry in 2019
The ban on the practice of instant triple talaq, making it a penal offence and the increase in the strength of Supreme Court judges were two of the major achievements of the law ministry in 2019.
Review plea in SC Soon, says Muslim Board
Influential Muslim voices were specially invited or consulted before the decision was taken. While four voices were strictly against filing of the review, everyone voted against the principle of accepting the land.
Oldest Muslim litigants in Ayodhya, Iqbal Ansari and Haji Mehboob, choose different paths on review
“I feel the people who want to go for a review are doing this just to do politics and remain in the media spotlight. They are not exercising a legal right but pursuing a personal agenda,” Iqbal Ansari, whose later father Mohd Hashim Ansari was one of the oldest litigants, told ET from Ayodhya.
Ayodhya remains calm on Babri anniversary; tight security measures in place
In the early hours of the day, life went on as normal in different parts of the city with school children and morning walkers taking to the streets and shops and businesses opening at their usual time. This year the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has decided against observing 'Shaurya Diwas'.
India does not need NPR, CAA, says open letter by over 100 former civil servants
The former bureaucrats, including former Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Najeeb Jung, the then Cabinet Secretary K M Chandrasekhar and former Chief Information Commissioner Wajahat Habibullah urged fellow citizens to insist the Union government to repeal relevant sections of Citizenship Act, 1955, pertaining to the issue of national identity cards.
From Moradabad to Hyderabad, Muslims worry about the impact of new citizenship law
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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