EU Parliament debates anti-CAA motion, puts off vote till March; S&D Group says poll on resolution after SC's ruling on law will give 'more clarity'
A joint motion, tabled by Members of the European Parliament against India's Citizenship Amendment Act, with an expected vote on the motion on Thursday postponed until March.
EU Parliament takes up joint motion against CAA for debate, proposed resolutions term law discriminatory and ‘dangerously divisive’
A joint motion, combining five different resolutions tabled by Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) against India's Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), has been placed on the final agenda for debate at the Plenary session in Brussels on Wednesday.
In letter to EU, Om Birla calls anti-CAA resolutions ‘inappropriate’, says one legislature can’t pass judgment on another
Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Monday wrote to European Parliament president David Maria Sassoli over the resolutions moved against the CAA in the foreign legislature, saying it is inappropriate for one legislature to pass judgement on another and the practice could be misused by vested interests.
Christchurch Call to Action: Laws needed for use of automated tools to filter extremist content, to avoid attack on free speech
Christchurch Call to Action is aimed at preventing online terrorist and violent extremist content.
Key takeaways from EU polls: Far-right Marine Le Pen trumps Macron in France; environmentalist parties win big throughout
The EU elections have been marked by successes for the far right, a surge by the Greens and setbacks for traditional parties across the continent.
Thunberg calls for the world to act like their houses were ablaze, repair it with the urgency it demands.
Accusations started flying immediately post the EU hearing that Zuckerberg had chosen to answer questions which put him and Facebook in the best defensible position.