'Kapil Mishra does not deserve to be called DSSW alumnus': Students union disavows BJP leader over alleged role in Delhi violence
BJP leader Kapil Mishra remains at the eye of the controversy surrounding what spurred riots in the National Capital even as things appear to have calmed down in the sensitive North East district of Delhi.
How cultural-political vision of BJP, RSS for new India is coded in Nirmala Sitharaman's Budget speech
While the Opposition was trying to shout down such mentions, the government was using a financial jargon and technicality-packed Budget speech as a code for the cultural agenda of new India.
Nitish Kumar says ‘unnecessary’ columns relating to Aadhaar number, parents’ place of birth in NPR forms causing apprehensions, should be dropped
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar urged the Centre to drop the new columns in NPR forms as they are not necessary and are leading to apprehensions in the minds of the people and the exercise be conducted as per the previous pattern
On Subhash Chandra Bose's birth anniversary, Mamata takes dig at Modi and Shah, says Netaji's fight against Hindu Mahasabha still relevant today
Mamata has led more than ten protest marches and addressed over seven rallies in various parts of the state since the issue snowballed into a major political firestorm last December
Immorality of protesting lawyers: Role of advocates in hampering judicial productivity should be recognised and remedied
It is a very normal practice to blame the judiciary and the judges for the inordinate delay in the disposal of cases and for the mounting pendency in courts. However, without a professional and responsible Bar, the wheels of justice will always roll slowly. Any serious enquiry into judicial delay should include the role of lawyers in hampering the judicial process.
‘Very irresponsible’: Babul Supriyo criticises Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh for 'shot like dogs' remark, TMC says comments reflect party's mindset
Union minister and BJP leader Babul Supriyo termed Ghosh's comments as 'irresponsible', meanwhile, the Trinamool Congress leadership came down heavily on Ghosh and said the comments reflected the mindset of BJP that brooks no dissent.
BJP's Dilip Ghosh threatens to shoot those involved in damaging public property in 'the same way as in Uttar Pradesh'
BJP state president Dilip Ghosh courted controversy by threatening to shoot and kill those involved in damaging public property 'like the same way in Uttar Pradesh'
Citizenship Amendment Act comes into force even as nationwide protests continue; Home Ministry yet to frame rules for law
Even as nationwide protests against the contentious Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 continue, the Union Government on Friday went ahead and formally notified the law. This means that the law came into effect starting Friday.
UP Police arrests four for violence during anti-CAA protests in Muzaffarnagar; 85 people apprehended so far
Four more people have been arrested here for their alleged involvement in violence during the anti-CAA protests, police said on Friday
Uttar Pradesh court grants bail to activist Sadaf Jafar, others arrested for anti-CAA protests in Lucknow on 19 December
Sadaf Jafar's arrest and incarceration generated widespread outrage among social activists and Twitterati.
Jamia administration, Delhi Police spar over CCTV footage of 15 Dec incident; call on giving recording deferred amid request for judicial probe, says varsity proctor
The CCTV footage of the alleged barging-in of police personnel inside the Jamia Millia Islamia campus on 15 December has emerged as a fresh sore point between the university administration and the police
Citizenship Amendment Act will not be implemented in West Bengal as long as I am alive, says Mamata Banerjee
Hitting out at the proposed NRC, Mamata Banerjee questioned why people will have to prove their citizenship once again.
'Understand the chronology': Priyanka Gandhi takes dig at Amit Shah over NRC, CAA remarks, says youngistan will not budge
Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Friday took a veiled dig at Home Minister Amit Shah over his "understand the chronology" remark on the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and said "youngistan will not budge"
Yogendra Yadav and Shekhar Gupta vouch for a monolithic Assamese identity; get history and politics around NRC all wrong
It is a logical fallacy to support NRC and oppose CAA, as both feeds into each other.
NRC required in West Bengal, infiltrators have become vote bank of ruling TMC, says BJP state chief Dilip Ghosh
He criticised West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee's opposition to NPR and said that it has become her habit to resist whatever is good for the country.
Saif Ali Khan reacts to anti-CAA protests: Need to understand the situation to be sure what I am protesting against
Saif Ali Khan said he trying to understand the situation better and will make up his mind after he is well-informed.
Narendra Modi's latest comments on NRC a 'pause, not a full stop', says JD(U) vice-president Prashant Kishor
JD(U) vice-president Prashant Kishor, an outspoken critic of the amended Citizenship Amendment Act and the proposed implementation of nation-wide National Register of Citizens (NRC) called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rhetoric of 'Abhi toh NRC ki koi charcha hi nahi hui hai', as a 'pause and not a full stop'
National Human Rights Commission issues notice to Uttar Pradesh DGP over police action during anti-CAA protests in state
'Youth have been killed, the Internet has been suspended, and the police themselves are destroying public property', according to complaint submitted to NHRC
From their party manifesto to Ramlila Maidan in Delhi, what Narendra Modi, Amit Shah and BJP have said about CAA and NRC
Although the agitation against Citizenship Amendment Act seems sudden, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, his home minister Amit Shah and the party at large have been at pains to separate CAA and NRC
Ajay Devgn says violence during CAA Protests is not the solution: What we need to do is amicably settle it
Ajay Devgn says often celebrities cannot speak on certain political issues.