'Speaking against CAA on CM's request': Guv Arif Mohammed Khan contradicts own speech during Kerala Assembly address; heckled by UDF MLAs
As soon as the Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan reached the dias, the national anthem was played but the Opposition members gathered at the well of the House and started the "Governor go back" slogans soon after it's completion.
Dilip Ghosh asks why Shaheen Bagh protesters 'not falling ill' if people in West Bengal committed suicide due to panic over CAA, NRC
Hundreds of Muslim women are demonstrating against the CAA and the proposed nationwide NRC at Delhi's Shaheen Bagh and Park Circus Maidan in Kolkata.
'Will remove Shaheen Bagh protesters, mosques on state land': West Delhi BJP MP Parvesh Verma's poll promise
The sit-in protests, mainly led by women, at South East Delhi's Shaheen Bagh have been held for more than a month in opposition to the CAA – which will grant citizenship to all non-Muslim refugees from three neighbouring countries – the NRC and the National Population Register (NPR).
PFI calls ED sources' claim of 'financial link' with anti-CAA protests 'baseless', issues statement offering point-by-point rebuttal
Responding to the allegations of funding protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act, the PFI has unequivocally rejected the accusations as "baseless." The PFI, a federation that was formed in 2006 as a successor to the National Democratic Front (NDF), also recently came under the scanner of the Union Home Ministry for allegedly instigating demonstrators to clash with the Uttar Pradesh Police.
'Shoot the traitors': BJP's Anurag Thakur leads crowd in chant against anti-CAA protesters at BJP rally in New Delhi
A clip of Union minister Anurag Thakur purportedly leading a crowd in a chant of 'shoot the traitors' at a BJP rally has surfaced on social media.
At Hubballi rally, Amit Shah slams Congress for opposing CAA, says '70 percent refugees are Dalits'; blames party, allies for instigating riots
Mounting a strong defence of the Citizenship Amendment Act, Union Home Minister Amit Shah challenged Congress leader Rahul Gandhi to prove that the new law would take away citizenship from Indian Muslims, as he advised him to read the act completely
Security tightened in Mangaluru ahead of anti-CAA protest by Muslim committees of Dakshin Kannada, Udupi districts at Adyar-Kannur
Mangaluru police commissioner PS Harsha requested the public to extend their full co-operation in maintaining peace.
'Will continue to protest inhuman Citizenship Amendment Act': Activist Sadaf Jafar, arrested during anti-CAA protests in UP, released on bail
Sadaf Jafar was arrested on 19 December and former IPS officer SR Darapuri was booked the next day in connection with violence during anti-CAA protests in the Uttar Pradesh.
Kapil Mishra leads pro-Citizenship Amendment Act protests in Delhi, crowd chants 'shoot the traitors'
This is not the first time Kapil Mishra is caught in a controversy for communal remarks. In October, a complaint was filed against Mishra for inciting enmity and hatred against Muslims.
CAA protests: Aligarh DM sounds red alert day after violent stir in UP, heavy security deployed in view of Friday prayers
A red alert was sounded and the city put under a heavy security cover in view of the first Friday prayers since the police crackdown on the students of Aligarh Muslim University protesting the Citizenship (Amendment) Act earlier this week
CAA protests: Ram Guha detention, Section 144 in Karnataka and UP suggest police overreach in handling demonstrations
India is in a precarious position today. It is caught in a pincer movement. From one side, efforts to blot out the secular and embracing character of the republic is being sought to be erased. The CAA is not a step, but a lunge in that direction.
Crackdown on Ramachandra Guha, other CAA protesters, exposes govt's inability to deal with democratic protests
The image of historian and writer Ramachandra Guha being dragged away by the police, during what appeared to be a non-violent protest in Bengaluru, seems to typify the state reaction in the wake of the new Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). Every action has a reaction, but this time round, even simply shouting slogans or protesting at public places is not kosher.