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Jan 06, 2020
Despite Narendra Modi’s claim of no nationwide NRC, West Bengal BJP booklet states citizens’ register in pipeline after CAAThe 23-page booklet in English, Hindi and Bengali, published as part of BJP's statewide campaign in favour of the amended Citizenship law
Dec 28, 2019
In Odisha's Kendrapara district, Bangladeshi Hindus told to 'quit India' rejoice over CAA, but remain wary of U-turn on citizenshipThe Citizenship Amendment Act 2019 has brought relief to the 1,551 families of Mahakalapada and Rajnagar blocks in Kendraparain district in Odisha, who were served with a 'quit India' notice under Foreigners Act
Dec 09, 2019
Citizenship (Amendment) Bill passes in Lok Sabha: From Article 14 to Assam Accord, key legal issues related to proposed lawAs the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill leaves out Muslims, critics have termed the proposed law as discriminatory and violative of the Constitution.
Jan 14, 2019
Assam is leading North East's rage against Citizenship Amendment Bill: Decoding the contentious proposed amendmentThe Citizenship Amendment Bill relaxes the definition of the foreigners from six religions from the three countries while also legalizing their status from ‘illegals’.
Nov 30, 2018
Two French journalists, covering beach sand mining in Tamil Nadu's Kanyakumari, booked for trespassingThey came to Kanyakumari on 26 November on tourist visas and violated the law by carrying out professional journalistic activities such as shooting videos, clicking pictures and interviewing people about environmental issues.
Jul 25, 2018
India in talks with Bangladesh over deportation of Rohingya refugees, says Rajnath Singh in Rajya SabhaRajnath Singh said that if the need arises, Ministry of External Affairs will talk to both Bangladesh and Myanmar so that Rohingya refugees are deported.
Feb 05, 2016
After Bengaluru, it's time to re-examine racism: It's not just slurs and attacksBut what is this racism experienced by students from African countries in Bengaluru? When accused of racism, we are often quick to respond that we are not personally prejudiced. However, racism need not only be individual — it can also be systemic, as when institutions and structures discriminate against persons on the basis of their race