Citizenship Amendment Bill: From delinking religion to no geographical restrictions, National Register of Citizens is not CAB
The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019 is an instrument to grant citizenship to a particular set of illegal migrants while National Register of Citizens is an exercise to differentiate illegal migrants from bona fide citizens.
Citizenship Amendment Bill is tool for BJP to further communal agenda, push demography towards Hindus: Congress MP Pradyut Bordoloi
The CAB is basically an afterthought of NRC project taken up in Assam with the underlying objective that a Hindu population should be increased within certain vulnerable areas such as Assam, says Congress Lok Sabha MP from Nowgong in Assam Pradyut Bordoloi.
BHU students call off stir on fifteenth day of agitation; RSS earlier backed appointment of Muslim professor to Sanskrit department
'The Sangh is of the opinion that opposing Dr Firoz Khan is wrong', said Jayprakash Lal, Vibhag Sanghchalak, RSS Kashi
AIMPLB says it may seek review of Supreme Court's Ayodhya judgment; several Muslim leaders, bodies against it
Addressing a press conference, AIMPLB secretary Zafaryab Jilani said, "We are dissatisfied with certain findings of the Supreme Court.... We respect the Supreme Court verdict and respectfully disagree with certain aspects of it." Jilani said they will study the judgement and may seek a review.
'Let's forget past controversies': Mohan Bhagwat, addressing media post SC's Ayodhya ruling, pushes a kinder and gentler Sangh Parivar
The press conference of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat after the Supreme Court verdict on Ayodhya issue on Saturday was a historical first for the Sangh Parivar.
Badruddin Ajmal writes to Union home ministry seeking ban on book allegedly demeaning Islam; author denies the claim
Badruddin Ajmal, who leads the All India United Democratic Front, claims in the letter that the book has severely affected the emotions and hurt religious sentiments of Muslims.
Ahead of Ayodhya verdict, All India Muslim Personal Law Board asks Muslims to repose faith in Constitution
Ahead of the Ayodhya case verdict, senior member of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board Maulana Khalid Rasheed Firangi Mahali on Friday said imams should advice Muslims to repose faith in the Constitution
Ayodhya dispute: Expecting favourable SC verdict, RSS steps up effort to preserve communal harmony, asks cadres for restraint
The RSS and BJP leaders have been deliberating at length over the issue and have come up to a well-considered decision to ask their cadre and sympathisers to respect the Supreme Court verdict.
Arvind Kejriwal dares BJP, says party doesn't have courage to do Hindu-Muslim politics in Delhi, claims AAP changed narrative
'The BJP does not have the courage to do Hindu-Muslim politics in Delhi as we have changed the narrative of politics in this country and brought focus on education and health. We have forced the BJP to talk about issues of health and education and it is a very big thing', Kejriwal told
Ayodhya case: Acceptance of court verdict amid goodwill of stakeholders will give propagators of minority politics a serious jolt
The formula of pandering to minority sentiments without showing any real commitment to their causes did serve as an effective electoral tool for decades since Independence but the Hindu reawakening and BJP’s ideological mainstreaming have reset Indian politics.
'Trees have been cut for rallies of previous prime ministers too': Prakash Javadekar defends cutting trees for Narendra Modi’s 17 October rally in Pune
Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar on Wednesday defended cutting of trees for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's poll rally, saying such a thing was done earlier too, but more trees were also planted
Ayodhya case: On 39th day of hearing, Supreme Court sees sharp exchanges between lawyers representing Hindu, Muslim sides
The SC saw sharp exchanges between the lawyers representing Hindu and Muslim parties during the proceedings in the politically sensitive Ayodhya dispute case.
Ayodhya hearing in Supreme Court: Need to correct 'historical wrong' committed by Babar, says Hindu party
A 'historical wrong' was committed by the victorious emperor Babur by constructing a mosque at the birthplace of Lord Ram in Ayodhya which needed to be rectified now, a Hindu party said in the Supreme Court on Tuesday.
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Divisive politics won't work in West Bengal, says Mamata Banerjee hours after Amit Shah's speech on NRC at Kolkata
Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday cautioned the people of West Bengal against divisive politics and said it will not work in the state.
Ayodhya case hearing: SC bench says ASI report on existence of Ram temple not 'ordinary opinion'; next hearing on 30 September
On the 33rd day of the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute, the Supreme Court said that a 2003 Archaeological Survey of India report on the Ayodhya site was not an 'ordinary opinion'
Daily Bulletin: Narendra Modi to address UNGA session today; Sharad Pawar to appear before ED; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: Narendra Modi to address high-level UNGA today; Imran Khan also included in list of speakers; Babri Masjid demolition case: BJP leader Kalyan Singh appear before special CBI court today; and more
CJI Ranjan Gogoi says delivering Ayodhya verdict in four weeks will be 'miraculous', reiterates 18 Oct deadline to Hindu, Muslim parties
The Supreme Court on Thursday said that it cannot grant even a single extra day beyond 18 October to all petitioners to complete their submissions in the Ayodhya land dispute case
Stray cattle issue, his nomination as UP CM, Hindi as official language: Full text of Yogi Adityanath's interview with News18
In an exclusive conversation with News18 editor-in-chief Rahul Joshi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath talked about tackling the issue of stray cattle, the state's immunity to economic slowdown and Hindi as a unifying language in India
‘Not averse to inter-faith, inter-caste marriages’, Supreme Court says while hearing case against Hindu-Muslim couple
The Supreme Court on Wednesday said that it was 'not averse to inter-faith and inter-caste marriages' after the father of a woman who married a Muslim man moved it against the Chhattisgarh High Court order which had allowed the couple to live together