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Citizenship (Amendment) Act

The Bangla Bond

Fifty years ago India liberated Bangladesh and put it on the world map but the bonhomie between the two neighbours is wearing off

Why Bengal election is special

Elections during the Left rule were non-descript, but 2021 could severely strain the State’s social fabric

No to CAA if DMK voted to power, says Stalin

DMK President M K Stalin slammed the ruling AIADMK for 'supporting' the BJP in Parliament on the CAA issue

Maoists call upon farmers to join militant movement

Stating that the problems faced by farmers would not be resolved by repealing farm laws, CPI (Maoist) suggested militant movement by farmers, women, minorities, students, journalists and intellectuals to fight against Modi govt

Assam divided into pre-CAA, post-CAA: Gaurav Gogoi

He further said there is a pre-CAA Assam, where Congress and AIUDF were on opposite ends, but in the post-CAA Assam, Congress, AIUDF and Left have opposed the Act.

A tough fight in Assam

Unkept promises and unhappiness on CAA and NRC make this election a formidable challenge for BJP

DMK will continue to fight against CAA, says Stalin

The DMK in its manifesto has said that the Centre would be requested to include Sri Lanka in the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and give citizenship to Lankan Tamil refugees living in camps in India.

Will make Assam govt party to case against CAA in SC if voted to power: Gaurav Gogoi

Gaurav Gogoi's father Tarun Gogoi, who passed away last November, was chief minister of Assam for three terms successively between May 2001 and May 2016.

Reopening the wounds

Making the CAA a poll campaign plank will cause enormous damage to the social fabric

Congress will never implement CAA if voted to power in Assam: Rahul Gandhi

Gandhi said illegal immigration is an issue in Assam and exuded confidence that the people of the state have the capability to resolve the issue through dialogue.

CAA implementation after vaccination: Amit Shah

He said the Modi government had in 2018 promised it would bring in a new citizenship law and kept it when the BJP was voted to power in 2019.

Biden’s win and Indo-US relations

He has promised to work with India in confronting challenges like climate change, global health and terrorism

CAA to be implemented soon: J P Nadda

Nadda accused the Mamata Banerjee govt in West Bengal of indulging in "divide and rule politics" in the state to serve the political interests of TMC

Press Association, IWPC condemn arrest of Hathras-bound scribe by UP police

"The UP government claims that the journalist has links with some groups but has not offered any proof in this regard."

Exit of an ally

It isn't surprising that Sukhbir Singh Badal has decided to play the farmers’ card in a State dominated by agriculture

Seeking enemies within the nation

The BJP government is portraying the entire opposition as the nation’s enemy as if the BJP is itself the nation

Reading the riot act

It will be a travesty of the process of justice to drive the investigation to fit in with a pre-written script

India to bring back 700 more Sikhs tortured in Afghanistan

The first batch of the Sikh families are living in a gurdwara in Delhi. The Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee is looking into the living arrangements for them.

Delhi violence: HC grants bail to Safoora Zargar on humanitarian ground

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court Tuesday granted bail to Safoora Zargar, the pregnant Jamia university student who was arrested under anti-terror law UAPA...

Campaigning goes virtual

BJP's virtual rallies have diverted public attention from NDA government’s inept handling of the pandemic

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