Coronavirus Outbreak: NPR updation exercise deferred after 21-day lockdown announced by Narendra Modi
Due to the prevailing situation, the NPR and Census exercises have been deferred till further orders, a senior home ministry official said
As India shuts down for 'Janta Curfew', petrol bomb hurled near Delhi's Shaheen Bagh; cops say no one injured, situation under control
The development comes in the backdrop of the nationwide "Janta Curfew," which is being observed on Prime Minister Modi's appeal.
PIL filed in SC seeking removal of anti-CAA protesters at Shaheen Bagh in view of health hazards posed by novel coronavirus
Hundreds of demonstrators at Shaheen Bagh in Delhi have been agitating since 15 December last year against the CAA, NRC and NPR
Amid coronovirus outbreak, CPM urges Narendra Modi to defer Census, abandon enumeration of NPR in address to nation
CPM's Politburo has demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi announce deferment of census operations and abandonment of the NPR in the wake coronavirus outbreak
Maoists adopt new propaganda strategy, amp up rhetoric on CAA, NRC, NPR to drive new offensive against State
In a major shift in their outreach strategy, the Maoists in Chhattisgarh have decided to tap into burning national controversies such as Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), National Register of Citizens (NRC) and National Population Register (NPR), and treatment of minorities in general, as a new offensive to fight against the State.
No documents will be collected for NPR, govt yet to take a call on NRC, MoS Home Nityanand Rai informs Rajya Sabha
The NPR data will be collected along with the house-listing phase of the Census to be conducted from 1 April to 30 September.
Ranjan Gogoi’s nomination to Rajya Sabha will fuel debate around CAA, NRC; ex-CJI likely to counter Opposition Assamese candidate AJit Kumar Bhuyan
The nomination of former CJI Ranjan Gogoi to Rajya Sabha is likely to fuel the political narrative the BJP is trying to weave around citizenship and NRC in India
Six detention centres in Assam with capacity of 3,331 persons, 10 inmates died since March 2019, MHA informs Lok Sabha
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Tuesday informed the Lok Sabha about six detention centres in Assam with a capacity of 3,331 persons
Bengaluru’s Bilal Bagh shows new protest culture — one that replaces angry men with women of quiet strength
Sites like Bengaluru's Bilal Bagh are offering women a safe and inclusive place to sit together and be united in their disagreements with the state.
Delhi riots: Received 4,000 distress calls day Trump arrived, probing role of people from UP's Deoband area, police tells MHA in report
Delhi Police has told the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) that its control room received 4,000 distress calls from riot-hit North East Delhi district, on the day US president Donald Trump landed in Ahmedabad
Delhi riots: Shaheen Bagh women demand fair probe, compensation of Rs one crore for victims of violence
"There should be an inquiry about how the people came to Delhi from Uttar Pradesh and during the violence," a group of women at Shaheen Bagh said at a late-night press conference. "We want a fair probe into the violence in Jaffrabad, Shiv Vihar and Maujpur."
AAP moves resolution against implementation of NPR in Delhi; procedure will impact all, Gopal Rai tells Assembly
Gopal Rai said the NPR and NRC are not only meant for a 'particular religion' but will also impact the majority population
Tamil Nadu govt says it has put NPR exercise on hold, flags concerns over queries on Aadhaar, details of parents
The AIADMK government's stand came amid demands by the main opposition DMK that the state should not take up NPR.
Amit Shah in Rajya Sabha says no one to be marked 'doubtful' citizen, no documents needed during NPR exercise
Seeking to allay fears over the National Population Register (NPR), Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday said no citizen will be marked 'D' or 'doubtful'
Telangana Congress asks Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao to follow Kerala government's steps and stop NPR work in state
'While we welcome a resolution by the Telangana Assembly against NPR, NRC and CAA, this alone may not suffice to stop the NPR work in Telangana state', said N Uttam Kumar Reddy
Anti-CAA protests: In Mumbai, hundreds march from Five Gardens in Matunga to Chaityabhoomi in Dadar on Women's Day eve
Hundreds of women from different organisations in Maharashtra participated in a march against the CAA, NRC and NPR at Matunga in central Mumbai on Saturday
I&B ministry lifts 48-hour ban on Asianet News, Media One over coverage on Delhi riots; 'Govt supports press freedom,' says Javadekar
Centre revoked the 48-hour ban imposed on Friday on Malayalam news channels Asianet News and Media One for reportage of Delhi riots that could 'enhance communal disharmony' across the country
Harish Salve’s defence of CAA legally sound, but eminent lawyer’s arguments forego humanity in endorsing the Act
Will the courts take cognisance of the CAA being only one link in a chain of three? The proverbial jury, of course, is still out.
Delhi violence was 'one-sided, well planned', thousands fled to native villages, says Delhi Minorities Commission report
A report of the Delhi Minorities Commission on the northeast Delhi violence has claimed that thousands of people have fled the city to their native villages in Uttar Pradesh and Haryana, and that the violence was 'one-sided and well planned'
India consumed by internal turmoil as prospects of Taliban's rise in Afghanistan appear imminent following US peace deal
International pressures on India are mounting. It is possible that external factors, including ones that nobody can predict – such as impacts of the coronavirus – may play a significant part in determining the fate and future of our country.