Citizenship (Amendment) Bill protects Sixth Schedule, Inner Line areas
The bill is likely to be introduced in the ongoing session of Parliament. CAB has provisions to protect tribal areas, notified under the Sixth Schedule, and border areas from influx of such settlers.
Union Cabinet clears contentious Citizenship (Amendment) Bill; set to be introduced in Parliament despite stiff opposition
The Citizenship (A...
Centre plans safeguard, ILP extension for smooth Citizenship Amendment Bill ride
A constitutional safeguard to protect and preserve the cultu...
J&K relied on loans to meet expenses: Study
A study by National Institute of Public Finance & Policy (NIPFP) found also that the funds allocated to local bodies were inadequate
Onion prices surge to Rs 70-80/kg; Centre mulls imposing stock limits
Onion prices are on the rise despite several measures taken by the central government to boost supply.
BJP ally IPFT seeks NRC for whole nation
There have been demand from other parties as well for an NRC in Tripura, which shares its border with Bangladesh.
Move, over sight seeing: Relish India's cultural diversity with local tunes & dance forms
Considered a temple dance, Odissi is one of dance forms that has made it big outside the state.
Parties in Tripura favour NRC in the state, some with riders
INPT, Tripura's oldest tribal-based party, has already filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking NRC in Tripura.
ONGC displays gas potential of Khubal to prospective customers in Tripura
The meeting hosted by Asset Manager of ONGC O.P Singh, and organized by Surface Manager of ONGC Puneet Kishore.
Amit Shah to meet AASU, AJYCP and others to discuss Citizenship Amendment Bill
The Home Minister will meet the representatives of All Assam Students’ Union, Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuba Chatra Parishad in Delhi today to discuss the tabling of the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) in Parliament, which has sparked widespread protests in the northeast.
Political violence to be investigated in Tripura
A three member committee with Rata Lal Nath minister for Law as the chairman is constituted
Having no means of communication is 'biggest punishment' for people: Prakash Javadekar
Javadekar said that India has emerged as the largest user of the mobile phone in the country.
Sudip Roy Barman stripped of ministership in Tripura
Barman had left congress and joined Trinamool congress. However Sudip later left Trinamool and joined BJP in 2017.
Homebuyers' body seeks forensic audit of delayed projects
FPCE’s demand for a forensic audit stems from the apex court’s Amrapali Group ruling that directed the government to take appropriate steps on a time-bound basis.
106 central laws to be applied to UT of Jammu & Kashmir
After the erosion of its distinct identity, Article 370 will apparently begin a new association with the law of the country through various articles in the Constitution and its identity as a Union Territory.
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