No need for fresh Elgaar case probe: Cops to Maharashtra government
Letters, travel details, a secure communication tool for people working on “liberatory social change”, log sheets which enlisted funds received from the “party” and call detail records (CDRs) were among the evidence the police presented before deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar and state home minister Anil Deshmukh.
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Despite protests, CAA will not be withdrawn: Amit Shah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.”
'I won't apologise': Rajinikanth steps up standoff with Periyar supporters
Rajinikanth said the magazine had highlighted on cover page the procession by Periyar and that Thuglaq made brisk sales because of attempts by the then DMK Government to curtail its access. "No other journal covered it but Cho ran it on the cover of the magazine and delivered a severe condemnation," Rajinikanth had said.
Asaduddin Owaisi hits out at Bipin Rawat on "de-radicalisation" comments
Speaking at a public meeting at Adilabad on Thursday night, the Hyderabad MP said de-radicalisation is needed for those who lynch and kill innocent Dalits and Muslims. Rawat on Thursday in an address at the Raisina Dialogue, said de-radicalisation camps are operating in the country as it was necessary to isolate people who are completely radicalised.
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.
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PM Modi dares Congress to protest atrocities on Dalits in Pakistan
The Prime Minister repeatedly took the name of Dalits in Pakistan to drive home his point that they were living in fear and facing persecution, and added that the Congress had barely spoken about it.
Nobody can be denied citizenship on ground of religion: Ram Vilas Paswan
"Be it Dalits, tribals, backwards, minorities of upper castes, they are all original citizens of the country. Citizenship is their birthright. No government can snatch it away. No Indian citizen will be bothered unnecessarily," Ram Vilas Paswan said. As far as NRC is concerned, there has been no discussion on it but it has nothing to with any religion, he said.
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra meets anti-CAA activists in Varanasi, says govt acting against Constitution
The visit to Varanasi, from where Prime Minister Narendra Modi was elected twice to the Lok Sabha, follows similar trips in the state by Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra to meet victims of alleged police brutality during the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act.
Congress is coming in the way of granting citizenship to persecuted miniorities from Pakistan: Modi
"They are all Sharanarthis (seeking asylum in India) as Pakistan has not given them religious freedom. Many minority community members have been under constant attack in the neighbouring country. And when we are trying to give them citizenship, the Congress has resorted to dharna, and protest demonstrations," the PM said.
Protest against Pakistan's atrocities on minorities, Modi tells anti-CAA protesters
"Those who are protesting against the Parliament of India, I want to tell them that the need was to expose Pakistan's deeds on the world stage. If you want to protest, protest and raise voice against Pakistan's deeds for the last 70 years, you should have that guts," he said.
Maharashtra govt already has a review report on cases against Maratha, Dalit protesters
A report prepared during the time of the Devendra Fadnavis govt lists only 56 out of a total 641 cases as serious. The list does not include cases linking prominent activists to the Elgaar Parishad event.
B S Yediyurappa’s likely visit to Delhi raises hopes of Cabinet expansion
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