Citizenship Amendment Act


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  • "Shaheen Bagh Can Become An Example": Mediators To Protesters On Day 2

    "Shaheen Bagh Can Become An Example": Mediators To Protesters On Day 2

    Voices of the protesters at Shaheen Bagh will be heard but demonstrations should not inconvenience others, two mediators appointed by the Supreme Court said on Thursday, urging the women, who have led a protest at the South East Delhi neighbourhood against the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act or CAA for over two months, to end their roadblock.

  • With Assam Citizens' List Stuck In Limbo, 19 Lakh Languish In Uncertainty

    With Assam Citizens' List Stuck In Limbo, 19 Lakh Languish In Uncertainty

    It has been nearly six months since 41-year-old Muhammad Fakaruddin Khan was excluded from Assam's National Register of Citizens or NRC with around 19 lakh others. However, Mr Khan and lakhs of others like him have been waiting anxiously for the final list to be notified so that they can then appeal their exclusion to the foreigners' tribunals with...

  • Congress Member, Ex-Cop Among 28 Asked To Pay For Property Damage In UP

    Congress Member, Ex-Cop Among 28 Asked To Pay For Property Damage In UP

    Continuing the process of seeking damages for anti-CAA protests in Uttar Pradesh, the Yogi Adityanath government has now asked 28 people, including Congress member Sadaf Jafar, retired IPS officer SR Darapuri and activist Mohammad Shoaib, to pay more than Rs 63 lakh.

  • CAA "Could Lead To Widespread Disenfranchisement Of Muslims": US Panel

    CAA "Could Lead To Widespread Disenfranchisement Of Muslims": US Panel

    A new legislative document by a US federal panel alleges that the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) is part of an effort by the Indian government to create a religious test for citizenship.

  • Ahead Of Donald Trump Visit, US Congressmen Raise Concerns On Kashmir

    Ahead Of Donald Trump Visit, US Congressmen Raise Concerns On Kashmir

    Two US Congressmen from opposite sides of America's political divide on Wednesday expressed concern over the Kashmir issue, insisting that the Narendra Modi government release political detainees and restore normalcy in the region at the earliest.

  • Opinion: How Trump Visit Could Leverage CAA And Kashmir Against PM Modi

    Opinion: How Trump Visit Could Leverage CAA And Kashmir Against PM Modi

    As India rolls out the red carpet to receive US President Donald Trump next week, rough spots that have arisen in the wake of the Modi government's decisions on Kashmir and the subsequent passing of the Citizenship Amendment Act will need diplomatic resolution.

  • Controversy Over Yogi Adityanath's "Death Wish" Remark On CAA Violence

    Controversy Over Yogi Adityanath's "Death Wish" Remark On CAA Violence

    Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday sparked a huge controversy with his remarks in the state assembly on the deaths in December as protests against the citizenship law CAA spiralled into violence in parts of the state.

  • Thousands Of Muslims March In Chennai Against Citizenship Law

    Thousands Of Muslims March In Chennai Against Citizenship Law

    Thousands of Muslims marchedfor a short distance in Chennai today despite the police declining permission to them to hold a protest against the centre's policies on citizenship. The crowd numbering at least 15,000, according to the police, walked towards the Secretariat and the District Collector's office.

  • JNU Student Sharjeel Imam Named "Instigator" In Jamia Violence Chargesheet

    JNU Student Sharjeel Imam Named "Instigator" In Jamia Violence Chargesheet

    A Delhi court today sent Sharjeel Imam, named as an "instigator" by Delhi Police in its chargesheet on violent protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act or CAA at New Friends Colony near Jamia University in Delhi last year, to judicial custody till March 3.

  • "And Rohingya, Ahmadiyya?" Brinda Karat Slams Government Over CAA

    "And Rohingya, Ahmadiyya?" Brinda Karat Slams Government Over CAA

    CPI(M) leader Brinda Karat has asked why the Rohingya and Ahmadiyya Muslims, facing persecution in Myanmar and Pakistan, are not covered under the new citizenship law if the Centre is so much concerned about people facing atrocities in neighbouring countries.

  • Central Panel Suggests Inner Line Permit, Quota To Placate Assam CAA Protesters

    Central Panel Suggests Inner Line Permit, Quota To Placate Assam CAA Protesters

    In a bid to pacify angry protesters against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), a committee appointed by the Union Home Ministry has suggested setting 1951 as the cut-off year for defining the indigenous people of Assam and introducing an Inner Line Permit (ILP) to restrict the flow of outsiders into the state.

  • Former Judges, Army Officers Write To President Against Anti-CAA Protesters

    Former Judges, Army Officers Write To President Against Anti-CAA Protesters

    Over 150 prominent citizens including former judges, bureaucrats, army officers and academicians wrote to President Ram Nath Kovind on Monday over anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protesters, saying that a "false and motivated" campaign is being launched against the law, the National Population Register (NPR) and NRC to harm the nation. In the ...

  • Magsaysay Award Winner Arrested On Way To Anti-Citizenship Act March In Uttar Pradesh

    Magsaysay Award Winner Arrested On Way To Anti-Citizenship Act March In Uttar Pradesh

    A Magsaysay Award-winning social activist was arrested by the Lucknow police on Monday, while he was about to take out a protest march against the Citizenship Amendment Act and the National Register of Citizens in the Uttar Pradesh capital.The activist, Sandeep Pandey, was released on bailafter being produced in the District Magistrate's court.

  • Ex-Delhi Lieutenant Governor Demands Probe Into Jamia Library Incident

    Ex-Delhi Lieutenant Governor Demands Probe Into Jamia Library Incident

    Former Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Najeeb Jung on Monday demanded an investigation into the incident, the CCTV footage of which is doing rounds on social media showing policemen in riot gears barging into the Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) library and beating students with batons on the night of December 15 last year.

  • Supreme Court's Mediators To Talk To Shaheen Bagh Protesters On Shifting

    Supreme Court's Mediators To Talk To Shaheen Bagh Protesters On Shifting

    Two senior lawyers have been chosen by the Supreme Court to talk to protesters who are on a sit-in for over two months in Delhi's Shaheen Bagh against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, or CAA.

'Citizenship Amendment Act' - 494 Video Result(s)

'Citizenship Amendment Act' - 917 News Result(s)

  • "Shaheen Bagh Can Become An Example": Mediators To Protesters On Day 2

    "Shaheen Bagh Can Become An Example": Mediators To Protesters On Day 2

    Voices of the protesters at Shaheen Bagh will be heard but demonstrations should not inconvenience others, two mediators appointed by the Supreme Court said on Thursday, urging the women, who have led a protest at the South East Delhi neighbourhood against the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act or CAA for over two months, to end their roadblock.

  • With Assam Citizens' List Stuck In Limbo, 19 Lakh Languish In Uncertainty

    With Assam Citizens' List Stuck In Limbo, 19 Lakh Languish In Uncertainty

    It has been nearly six months since 41-year-old Muhammad Fakaruddin Khan was excluded from Assam's National Register of Citizens or NRC with around 19 lakh others. However, Mr Khan and lakhs of others like him have been waiting anxiously for the final list to be notified so that they can then appeal their exclusion to the foreigners' tribunals with...

  • Congress Member, Ex-Cop Among 28 Asked To Pay For Property Damage In UP

    Congress Member, Ex-Cop Among 28 Asked To Pay For Property Damage In UP

    Continuing the process of seeking damages for anti-CAA protests in Uttar Pradesh, the Yogi Adityanath government has now asked 28 people, including Congress member Sadaf Jafar, retired IPS officer SR Darapuri and activist Mohammad Shoaib, to pay more than Rs 63 lakh.

  • CAA "Could Lead To Widespread Disenfranchisement Of Muslims": US Panel

    CAA "Could Lead To Widespread Disenfranchisement Of Muslims": US Panel

    A new legislative document by a US federal panel alleges that the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) is part of an effort by the Indian government to create a religious test for citizenship.

  • Ahead Of Donald Trump Visit, US Congressmen Raise Concerns On Kashmir

    Ahead Of Donald Trump Visit, US Congressmen Raise Concerns On Kashmir

    Two US Congressmen from opposite sides of America's political divide on Wednesday expressed concern over the Kashmir issue, insisting that the Narendra Modi government release political detainees and restore normalcy in the region at the earliest.

  • Opinion: How Trump Visit Could Leverage CAA And Kashmir Against PM Modi

    Opinion: How Trump Visit Could Leverage CAA And Kashmir Against PM Modi

    As India rolls out the red carpet to receive US President Donald Trump next week, rough spots that have arisen in the wake of the Modi government's decisions on Kashmir and the subsequent passing of the Citizenship Amendment Act will need diplomatic resolution.

  • Controversy Over Yogi Adityanath's "Death Wish" Remark On CAA Violence

    Controversy Over Yogi Adityanath's "Death Wish" Remark On CAA Violence

    Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday sparked a huge controversy with his remarks in the state assembly on the deaths in December as protests against the citizenship law CAA spiralled into violence in parts of the state.

  • Thousands Of Muslims March In Chennai Against Citizenship Law

    Thousands Of Muslims March In Chennai Against Citizenship Law

    Thousands of Muslims marchedfor a short distance in Chennai today despite the police declining permission to them to hold a protest against the centre's policies on citizenship. The crowd numbering at least 15,000, according to the police, walked towards the Secretariat and the District Collector's office.

  • JNU Student Sharjeel Imam Named "Instigator" In Jamia Violence Chargesheet

    JNU Student Sharjeel Imam Named "Instigator" In Jamia Violence Chargesheet

    A Delhi court today sent Sharjeel Imam, named as an "instigator" by Delhi Police in its chargesheet on violent protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act or CAA at New Friends Colony near Jamia University in Delhi last year, to judicial custody till March 3.

  • "And Rohingya, Ahmadiyya?" Brinda Karat Slams Government Over CAA

    "And Rohingya, Ahmadiyya?" Brinda Karat Slams Government Over CAA

    CPI(M) leader Brinda Karat has asked why the Rohingya and Ahmadiyya Muslims, facing persecution in Myanmar and Pakistan, are not covered under the new citizenship law if the Centre is so much concerned about people facing atrocities in neighbouring countries.

  • Central Panel Suggests Inner Line Permit, Quota To Placate Assam CAA Protesters

    Central Panel Suggests Inner Line Permit, Quota To Placate Assam CAA Protesters

    In a bid to pacify angry protesters against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), a committee appointed by the Union Home Ministry has suggested setting 1951 as the cut-off year for defining the indigenous people of Assam and introducing an Inner Line Permit (ILP) to restrict the flow of outsiders into the state.

  • Former Judges, Army Officers Write To President Against Anti-CAA Protesters

    Former Judges, Army Officers Write To President Against Anti-CAA Protesters

    Over 150 prominent citizens including former judges, bureaucrats, army officers and academicians wrote to President Ram Nath Kovind on Monday over anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protesters, saying that a "false and motivated" campaign is being launched against the law, the National Population Register (NPR) and NRC to harm the nation. In the ...

  • Magsaysay Award Winner Arrested On Way To Anti-Citizenship Act March In Uttar Pradesh

    Magsaysay Award Winner Arrested On Way To Anti-Citizenship Act March In Uttar Pradesh

    A Magsaysay Award-winning social activist was arrested by the Lucknow police on Monday, while he was about to take out a protest march against the Citizenship Amendment Act and the National Register of Citizens in the Uttar Pradesh capital.The activist, Sandeep Pandey, was released on bailafter being produced in the District Magistrate's court.

  • Ex-Delhi Lieutenant Governor Demands Probe Into Jamia Library Incident

    Ex-Delhi Lieutenant Governor Demands Probe Into Jamia Library Incident

    Former Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Najeeb Jung on Monday demanded an investigation into the incident, the CCTV footage of which is doing rounds on social media showing policemen in riot gears barging into the Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) library and beating students with batons on the night of December 15 last year.

  • Supreme Court's Mediators To Talk To Shaheen Bagh Protesters On Shifting

    Supreme Court's Mediators To Talk To Shaheen Bagh Protesters On Shifting

    Two senior lawyers have been chosen by the Supreme Court to talk to protesters who are on a sit-in for over two months in Delhi's Shaheen Bagh against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, or CAA.

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