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CAA will be implemented once COVID vaccination drive is over: Amit Shah

The Citizenship (Amendment) Act will be implemented once the COVID-19 vaccination drive is over, said Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday. Shah gave this...

200 days of protest against CAA, NRC in Tamluk

Tamluk: CAA, NRC and NPR sit-ins were held for 200 days in Sonamui of Tamluk in East Midnipur district, West Bengal. On Thursday, Welfare...

Assam, Northeast India and the “unfinished business” of Partition

By SANJIB BARUAH / Frontline It is hard not to see the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill as a major move to introduce into Indian citizenship laws...

If I am in Rashtrapati Bhavan, will ensure CAA is not implemented: Yashwant Sinha

Guwahati: Opposition presidential candidate Yashwant Sinha on Wednesday said that if he is elected, he will ensure that the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) is not...

Bengali Muslims Harassed & Detained In Bengaluru, As Police Sweeps For Illegal Bangladeshi Migrants Intensify

By MOHIT M RAO / Article14 Bengaluru: On 9 June 2022, a police search unit burst into a waste segregation centre overflowing with plastic waste, alongside...

Rohingya families in Kashmir fear separation as India cracks down

It has been more than a year since the mother and sister of 12-year-old Inayat Rehman were detained by the Indian police along with...

India Crackdown Forces Rohingya Refugees to Go Underground, Flee to Bangladesh

By Shaikh Azizur Rahman / Voa News The detention of dozens of Rohingya refugees in the north Indian city of Jammu, a north Indian union...

CAA will not be implemented in Kerala: Pinarayi Vijayan

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Thursday asserted that his government would not implement the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA). Speaking at a function organised...

Picking holes in NRC demeans Supreme Court, says anti-CAA group

GUWAHATI An anti-Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) group has asked the Supreme Court if it was aware that its status was being demeaned by the tendency...