The supporters of the Citizenship Amendment Act argue that minorities are persecuted in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan
Pogroms a fact of life for Bangladeshi Hindus, but now Dhaka can’t escape scrutiny by blaming radicals
The ethnic cleansing of Bangladesh’s Hindus have frustrated many for years by the complicity of every Bangladesh government, and the international community’s failure to recognise the atrocities
Hindu social and spiritual leaders need to come together to convince people against the caste system
As many as 75 refugees from Pakistan, belonging to the Sindhi community and living here for several years, were granted Indian citizenship at a ceremony on Tuesday as part of the commemoration of 75 years of India's independence.
By reacting angrily to a day of remembrance for the horrors of partition, the Left-wing critics have in fact confirmed the worst suspicions of the public
India needs to ignore its fake secularists and protect the last of the vulnerable minorities in Afghanistan from the Taliban
The citizenship law is will provide protection to persecuted minorities in the neighbouring countries, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief said
"Truth has finally prevailed, though no efforts were spared to keep me behind the bars," the Raijor Dal chief told reporters after his release
The BJP government needs to build on its brilliant step of scrapping Article 370. The impending delimitation exercise in Kashmir is the right step in that direction.
'State anxious to suppress dissent': Delhi HC grants bail to Natasha Narwal, Devangana Kalita in UAPA case
The court directed Narwal, Kalita and Tanha to surrender their passports and not to offer any inducement to prosecution witnesses
Global internal displacement touches record high at 55 mn in 2020; Cyclone Amphan led to huge evacuations in India, says report
The study claimed that 48 million people have fled conflict and violence, and 7 million disasters, but given the incomplete data the latter is likely to be a significant underestimate
Kerala polls 2021: Pinarayi Vijayan, Rahul Gandhi target BJP as CAA takes centre-stage ahead of election
While Rahul said Congress won't allow the law to be implemented if voted to power in Kerala, Vijayan claimed that anyone who isn't preferred by BJP 'could end up in detention camps'
Assam Assembly Election 2021: In Barak Valley, Congress battles religious fault lines; local factors bother BJP
Suddenly the Barak Valley has become a difficult terrain for the BJP despite its strong hold in the urban areas
Assam Assembly election 2021, Chabua profile: CAA likely to play significant factor in town rocked by 2019 violence
The BJP will not be contesting from the Chabua seat in the upcoming Assembly election, but has given it to its ally, AGP, in their seat-sharing arrangement
Assam polls: BJP releases poll manifesto, promises NRC correction and freedom from vagaries of floods
Though the CAA was not mentioned in the document, party chief JP Nadda said at the launch that the citizenship act will be implemented 'in time'
Assam polls: Congress won't implement CAA if voted to power, says Rahul Gandhi; Himanta Biswa Sarma files nomination
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he will campaign in Assam and West Bengal on Saturday claiming that the people of both states are keen to elect the NDA to power
Notably, the ruling party, an ally of the BJP, said it would urge the Centre to scrap the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act and strive to bring education to the state list from the concurrent list of the Constitution
BJP 'keeps mum' on implementing CAA in Assam, says Priyanka Gandhi Vadra ahead of state Assembly polls
The grand alliance of the Congress and six other parties will form the government after the election as people are fed up with the 'false promises' made by the BJP, the Congress leader claimed
Narendra Modi visits Assam: AASU, Opposition slam PM for avoiding references to CAA, other key issues
The All Assam Students' Union (AASU) staged sit-in demonstrations across the state with black clothes tied to their face during the prime minister's visit to Sivasagar to distribute land 'pattas'
AAP, BJP trade barbs after man who had fired in air at Shaheen Bagh's anti-CAA protest site joins saffron party, later expelled
The AAP hit out at the saffron party for inducting Kapil Gujjar, saying this 'exposed the BJP's plan of starting riots' in the National Capital