RAJ Vs VID | Round 4 - Match 66 Nov 12, 2019
RAJ 105/8 (13.0)
JK Vs ODS | Round 4 - Match 60 Nov 12, 2019
ODS 112/4 (16.0)
PUD Vs MUM | Round 4 - Match 72 Nov 12, 2019
PUD 127/4 (16.2)
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Nov 09, 2019
Hitesh Dev Sharma replaces Prateek Hajela as Assam NRC coordinator, will oversee appeals against exclusion in final listAssam Civil Service officer Hitesh Dev Sharma was on Saturday appointed as the NRC State Coordinator in place of Prateek Hajela, who ensured publication of the final version of the National Register of Citizens on 31 August under supervision of the Supreme Court
Sep 03, 2019
Rs 1,220-cr and 10 years later, NRC leaves group favouring exercise dissatisfied, raises doubts over migrant numbers in AssamThe NRC in Assam, which took ten years, employed 52,000 government employees and cost the government Rs 1,220 crore, is now being considered as a fruitless exercise by the very same people who sought it in order to detect and deport of illegal migrants from the northeastern state
Aug 28, 2018
Assam NRC: Shunned by families, citizenship of many transgender individuals at stake as they fail to secure 'legacy data'The Supreme Court in 2014 had delivered a landmark verdict, directing the states to recognise the gender identity of transgender people and ensure that they are given entitlements and benefits.
Aug 07, 2018
Assam turns into haven for illegal migrants: A story of blunders and missed opportunities to resolve vexed issueThe current situation in Assam stems from the failure by the state and society to grasp the long-term implications of unchecked illegal migration.
Dec 02, 2017
BJP in Assam walks a tightrope after SC rejects Centre's plea for extension of NRC deadlineThe Supreme Court's rejection of the Central government's plea for extension of deadline to publish the draft of the updated National Register of Citizens in Assam has put the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) – led governments in Dispur and at the Centre on sticky wickets.