Ask Trump if extraditing 19 lakh people from Assam is possible: P Chidambaram to Modi
Congress leader P Chidambaram on Sunday took a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the CAA, NRC and NPR, telling him to ask visiting US President Donald Trump if it was possible to extradite as many as 19 lakh people from Assam.
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Uniform Civil Code cannot be forced upon people, it has to be optional: Surjewala
Addressing the 10th edition of the "Chhatra Sansad" (students' parliament) here, he said a Uniform Civil Code has to be voluntary and that will be a great step. "The very fact of the Uniform Civil Code is that it cannot be forced upon you, it has to be optional and not compulsory. It has to be voluntary and that will be a great step...," Surjewala said.
Guru Ravidas Temple: Ex-MP moves SC, seeks contempt action against DDA, Delhi govt
The temple was demolished by the Delhi Development Authority following the apex court's August 9 last year direction which had observed that "serious breach" was committed by Guru Ravidas Jayanti Samaroh Samiti by not vacating the forest area as earlier ordered by the top court.
Radicalism disturbing world peace, only India has solution: Bhagwat
Calling upon RSS members to connect with people irrespective of their caste, language, religion or region, Bhagwat said that India's characteristic is to fasten everyone with one thread on the principle of 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam' (the world is a family).
Promotion quota without data to be excessive, Supreme Court told
Govt has asked SC to revisit an earlier ruling that made it mandatory for the state to justify reservations in promotions.
Sena hails SC order on women in Army, slams Centre's stand
In a landmark verdict, the Supreme Court on Monday directed that women officers in the Army be granted permanent commission and command postings, rejecting the Centre's stand of their physiological limitations as being based on "sex stereotypes" and "gender discrimination against women".
UPA discriminated against Madhya Pradesh in fund allocation: Amit Shah
BJP chief Amit Shah Sunday accused the previous Congress-led UPA government of discriminating against Madhya Pradesh in allocation of funds.
Telangana too decides to pass anti-CAA resolution in Assembly, urges Centre to repeal Act
The Telangana government took the decision in a Cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, while urging the Centre to repeal last year's changes in the Citizenship Act.
Amit Shah, JP Nadda to attend 2 day VD Savarkar meet
The political war over VD Savarkar is set to intensify as home minister Amit Shah, several other ministers of the Narendra Modi Cabinet and BJP president JP Nadda are likely to participate in a two-day event this month to celebrate the Hindutva ideologue's thoughts and writings.
3 US citizens sue TCS for alleged employment discrimination
They alleged that TCS brought in staff on visas even when there were trained American citizens.
ET Women’s Forum: Eliminating workplace discrimination leads to increased labour productivity, says Marianne Hagen
Norway’s deputy minister for foreign affairs said that quality education is also crucial.
TechM asks staff to speak up against discrimination
Taking care so as not to see a repeat of a social media blow-up after an ex-employee complained on Twitter against IT firm’s Chief Diversity Officer for homophobic harassment.
Now Facebook's job ads accused of discriminating on basis of gender
The company said it would review the complaint and that it looked forward to defending its advertising practices.
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