Citizenship Law


'Citizenship Law' - 622 News Result(s)

  • CAA "Legal, Can't Be Questioned Before Court": Centre To Supreme Court

    CAA "Legal, Can't Be Questioned Before Court": Centre To Supreme Court

    The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) is "perfectly legal and constitutional", the government today told the Supreme Court, asserting that the citizenship law was a matter concerning the sovereign power of parliament and "could not be questioned" before the court.

  • Curb On Gatherings Over Coronavirus Applies To Shaheen Bagh, Arvind Kejriwal Clarifies

    Curb On Gatherings Over Coronavirus Applies To Shaheen Bagh, Arvind Kejriwal Clarifies

    The protest at Shaheen Bagh against the contentious citizenship law, continuing through the harsh Delhi winter and much political turmoil, is now facing a formidable challenge - the outbreak of coronavirus, a global pandemic which has killed more than 5000 people.

  • Schools Closed, Travel To Be Avoided, Says Centre On Coronavirus: 10 Points

    Schools Closed, Travel To Be Avoided, Says Centre On Coronavirus: 10 Points

    The number of coronavirus cases creeping towards 120, the centre on Monday declared a countrywide lockdown of schools, colleges, gyms and swimming pools -- crowded areas that could allow for exponential spread of the virus. After a meeting of a Group of Ministers which reviewed the situation on Monday, the government also advised that people avoid ...

  • Bhim Army Chief Chandrashekhar Azad Launches Political Group

    Bhim Army Chief Chandrashekhar Azad Launches Political Group

    Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad -- one of the most prominent faces of countrywide protests against the citizenship law -- today launched his political group, which he called the "Azad Samaj Party". The launch took place on the birth anniversary of BSP founder and Dalit icon Kanshi Ram. The Bhim Army, Mr Azad said, will run parallel to the party...

  • "No Law To Support You," Says Supreme Court As UP Defends "Shame" Posters

    "No Law To Support You," Says Supreme Court As UP Defends "Shame" Posters

    There is no law to back the Uttar Pradesh government's action of putting up hoardings naming those accused of violence during protests against the citizenship law, the Supreme Court told the state government today.

  • Parliament Highlights: Won't Spare The Culprits Of Delhi Violence: Amit Shah In Rajya Sabha

    Parliament Highlights: Won't Spare The Culprits Of Delhi Violence: Amit Shah In Rajya Sabha

    Violence in Delhi last month over contentious citizenship law, which killed over 50 people and injured over 200, is being discussed in parliament today for second consecutive day. 

  • "Shame" Posters Not Removed, Yogi Adityanath's Adviser Talks Of "Options"

    "Shame" Posters Not Removed, Yogi Adityanath's Adviser Talks Of "Options"

    No poster or hoarding naming those accused of violence during protests against the controversial citizenship law were removed till late Monday evening -- hours after the Allahabad High Court order of a "forthwith" removal.

  • "Shameless": Court Shreds UP Over Posters Of Anti-CAA Protest Accused

    "Shameless": Court Shreds UP Over Posters Of Anti-CAA Protest Accused

    The Yogi Adityanath government's "name and shame" campaign came to an abrupt halt today as the Allahabad High Court ordered that all posters and hoardings naming those accused of violence during protests against the controversial citizenship law be immediately removed. Citing the Right to Privacy as a fundamental human right recognised by the Unite...

  • UP Child Rights Body Visits Muzaffarnagar Over CAA Violence

    UP Child Rights Body Visits Muzaffarnagar Over CAA Violence

    A team of the Uttar Pradesh child rights body has visited Muzaffarnagar district to inquire into the alleged atrocities on children in violence during protests against the amended citizenship law last December.

  • Delhi Man, His Son Saved Over 60 People During Clashes Over CAA

    Delhi Man, His Son Saved Over 60 People During Clashes Over CAA

    The violence in northeast Delhi last week over contentious citizenship law that killed at least 50 people will remain etched in the memory of locals for a long time. But they will also remember stories of courage, survival and brotherhood that emerged at the difficult time and inspired neighbourhoods.

  • Priyanka Gandhi Slams Yogi Adityanath Over CAA-Violence Accused Posters

    Priyanka Gandhi Slams Yogi Adityanath Over CAA-Violence Accused Posters

    Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Sunday hit out at Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh government over hoardings with names, addresses, and photos of those who were accused of violence during protests against Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The hoardings were put up at prominent intersections in Lucknow.

  • Shaheen Bagh Shooter Who Shouted "Only Hindus Will Rule" Gets Bail

    Shaheen Bagh Shooter Who Shouted "Only Hindus Will Rule" Gets Bail

    A Delhi court has granted bail to a man arrested for one of the shootings in southeast Delhi's Shaheen Bagh area during the ongoing protest against the new citizenship law days after a union minister prompted a crowd to shout a provocative slogan "shoot the traitors".

  • Efforts On To Recover Bodies From Drains In Delhi, Police To High Court

    Efforts On To Recover Bodies From Drains In Delhi, Police To High Court

    The police told the Delhi High Court Friday that efforts were on to recover bodies from drains in northeast Delhi where riots over the amended citizenship law have left at least 44 people dead and over 200 injured.

  • CAA Violence-Accused "Named and Shamed" On Yogi Adityanath's Orders

    CAA Violence-Accused "Named and Shamed" On Yogi Adityanath's Orders

    The Uttar Pradesh government has put up hoardings in prominent intersections in state capital Lucknow, with names , addresses and photos of some of those accused of violence during protests against the citizenship law in Lucknow in December last year. The people named on the hoardings have been asked to pay up compensation for damage to public prop...

  • "We Were Cornered, DCP Was Unconscious, Bleeding": Delhi Cop On Violence

    "We Were Cornered, DCP Was Unconscious, Bleeding": Delhi Cop On Violence

    Days after parts of northeast Delhi were left scarred by horrific violence over the citizenship law, scary details of a pitched battle between a small group of cops and hundreds of stone-throwing goons have emerged

'Citizenship Law' - 472 Video Result(s)

'Citizenship Law' - 622 News Result(s)

  • CAA "Legal, Can't Be Questioned Before Court": Centre To Supreme Court

    CAA "Legal, Can't Be Questioned Before Court": Centre To Supreme Court

    The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) is "perfectly legal and constitutional", the government today told the Supreme Court, asserting that the citizenship law was a matter concerning the sovereign power of parliament and "could not be questioned" before the court.

  • Curb On Gatherings Over Coronavirus Applies To Shaheen Bagh, Arvind Kejriwal Clarifies

    Curb On Gatherings Over Coronavirus Applies To Shaheen Bagh, Arvind Kejriwal Clarifies

    The protest at Shaheen Bagh against the contentious citizenship law, continuing through the harsh Delhi winter and much political turmoil, is now facing a formidable challenge - the outbreak of coronavirus, a global pandemic which has killed more than 5000 people.

  • Schools Closed, Travel To Be Avoided, Says Centre On Coronavirus: 10 Points

    Schools Closed, Travel To Be Avoided, Says Centre On Coronavirus: 10 Points

    The number of coronavirus cases creeping towards 120, the centre on Monday declared a countrywide lockdown of schools, colleges, gyms and swimming pools -- crowded areas that could allow for exponential spread of the virus. After a meeting of a Group of Ministers which reviewed the situation on Monday, the government also advised that people avoid ...

  • Bhim Army Chief Chandrashekhar Azad Launches Political Group

    Bhim Army Chief Chandrashekhar Azad Launches Political Group

    Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad -- one of the most prominent faces of countrywide protests against the citizenship law -- today launched his political group, which he called the "Azad Samaj Party". The launch took place on the birth anniversary of BSP founder and Dalit icon Kanshi Ram. The Bhim Army, Mr Azad said, will run parallel to the party...

  • "No Law To Support You," Says Supreme Court As UP Defends "Shame" Posters

    "No Law To Support You," Says Supreme Court As UP Defends "Shame" Posters

    There is no law to back the Uttar Pradesh government's action of putting up hoardings naming those accused of violence during protests against the citizenship law, the Supreme Court told the state government today.

  • Parliament Highlights: Won't Spare The Culprits Of Delhi Violence: Amit Shah In Rajya Sabha

    Parliament Highlights: Won't Spare The Culprits Of Delhi Violence: Amit Shah In Rajya Sabha

    Violence in Delhi last month over contentious citizenship law, which killed over 50 people and injured over 200, is being discussed in parliament today for second consecutive day. 

  • "Shame" Posters Not Removed, Yogi Adityanath's Adviser Talks Of "Options"

    "Shame" Posters Not Removed, Yogi Adityanath's Adviser Talks Of "Options"

    No poster or hoarding naming those accused of violence during protests against the controversial citizenship law were removed till late Monday evening -- hours after the Allahabad High Court order of a "forthwith" removal.

  • "Shameless": Court Shreds UP Over Posters Of Anti-CAA Protest Accused

    "Shameless": Court Shreds UP Over Posters Of Anti-CAA Protest Accused

    The Yogi Adityanath government's "name and shame" campaign came to an abrupt halt today as the Allahabad High Court ordered that all posters and hoardings naming those accused of violence during protests against the controversial citizenship law be immediately removed. Citing the Right to Privacy as a fundamental human right recognised by the Unite...

  • UP Child Rights Body Visits Muzaffarnagar Over CAA Violence

    UP Child Rights Body Visits Muzaffarnagar Over CAA Violence

    A team of the Uttar Pradesh child rights body has visited Muzaffarnagar district to inquire into the alleged atrocities on children in violence during protests against the amended citizenship law last December.

  • Delhi Man, His Son Saved Over 60 People During Clashes Over CAA

    Delhi Man, His Son Saved Over 60 People During Clashes Over CAA

    The violence in northeast Delhi last week over contentious citizenship law that killed at least 50 people will remain etched in the memory of locals for a long time. But they will also remember stories of courage, survival and brotherhood that emerged at the difficult time and inspired neighbourhoods.

  • Priyanka Gandhi Slams Yogi Adityanath Over CAA-Violence Accused Posters

    Priyanka Gandhi Slams Yogi Adityanath Over CAA-Violence Accused Posters

    Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Sunday hit out at Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh government over hoardings with names, addresses, and photos of those who were accused of violence during protests against Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The hoardings were put up at prominent intersections in Lucknow.

  • Shaheen Bagh Shooter Who Shouted "Only Hindus Will Rule" Gets Bail

    Shaheen Bagh Shooter Who Shouted "Only Hindus Will Rule" Gets Bail

    A Delhi court has granted bail to a man arrested for one of the shootings in southeast Delhi's Shaheen Bagh area during the ongoing protest against the new citizenship law days after a union minister prompted a crowd to shout a provocative slogan "shoot the traitors".

  • Efforts On To Recover Bodies From Drains In Delhi, Police To High Court

    Efforts On To Recover Bodies From Drains In Delhi, Police To High Court

    The police told the Delhi High Court Friday that efforts were on to recover bodies from drains in northeast Delhi where riots over the amended citizenship law have left at least 44 people dead and over 200 injured.

  • CAA Violence-Accused "Named and Shamed" On Yogi Adityanath's Orders

    CAA Violence-Accused "Named and Shamed" On Yogi Adityanath's Orders

    The Uttar Pradesh government has put up hoardings in prominent intersections in state capital Lucknow, with names , addresses and photos of some of those accused of violence during protests against the citizenship law in Lucknow in December last year. The people named on the hoardings have been asked to pay up compensation for damage to public prop...

  • "We Were Cornered, DCP Was Unconscious, Bleeding": Delhi Cop On Violence

    "We Were Cornered, DCP Was Unconscious, Bleeding": Delhi Cop On Violence

    Days after parts of northeast Delhi were left scarred by horrific violence over the citizenship law, scary details of a pitched battle between a small group of cops and hundreds of stone-throwing goons have emerged

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