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Hope after Sibal's clarification on CAA implementation Punjab CM would behave responsibly: BJP

Calling the Citizenship (Amendment) Act «inherently discriminatory», the Punjab Assembly on Friday adopted a resolution seeking its immediate repeal and Chief Minister Amarinder Singh announced that his government would approach the Supreme Court
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Hope after Sibal's clarification on CAA implementation Punjab CM would behave responsibly: BJP

Calling the Citizenship (Amendment) Act «inherently discriminatory», the Punjab Assembly on Friday adopted a resolution seeking its immediate repeal and Chief Minister Amarinder Singh announced that his government would approach the Supreme Court against it, the second state after Kerala to do so.

Kashmiri Pandits observe 'holocaust day', seek early return and rehabilitation in Valley

Chanting high pitch slogans in support of the demand for their return and rehabilitation in the valley, Jotshi whose family migrated from their ancestral Brahman Mohalla village in Anantnag district of south Kashmir is hopeful of making it back to his villag
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Kashmiri Pandits observe 'holocaust day', seek early return and rehabilitation in Valley

Chanting high pitch slogans in support of the demand for their return and rehabilitation in the valley, Jotshi whose family migrated from their ancestral Brahman Mohalla village in Anantnag district of south Kashmir is hopeful of making it back to his village with dignity.

CAA tussle: Will not remain a mute spectator, says Kerala governor

Amid the tussle with the Left front government over the CAA, Kerala governor Arif Mohammed Khan on Sunday made it clear he would not remain a «mute spectator» and would ensure the law of the land is upheld. «The Constitution has to be uphel
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CAA tussle: Will not remain a mute spectator, says Kerala governor

Amid the tussle with the Left front government over the CAA, Kerala governor Arif Mohammed Khan on Sunday made it clear he would not remain a «mute spectator» and would ensure the law of the land is upheld. «The Constitution has to be upheld and this is not a personal fight,» Khan, who arrived from Bengaluru, told reporters here on Sunday evening.

Muslim would be asked documents to prove their nationality: Shashi Tharoor

Speaking at the Kerala Literature Festival, Tharoor also said that during the National Population Register (NPR) enumeration, Muslims would be asked to produce documents to prove their nationality. «Home Minister has explicitly tied CAA with NRC. CAA sa
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Muslim would be asked documents to prove their nationality: Shashi Tharoor

Speaking at the Kerala Literature Festival, Tharoor also said that during the National Population Register (NPR) enumeration, Muslims would be asked to produce documents to prove their nationality. «Home Minister has explicitly tied CAA with NRC. CAA says if you can prove you are from these countries (Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan) we will fast track your citizenship,» said Tharoor.

When and if CAA is declared constitutional by SC, it will be problematic for states to oppose it: Sibal

Senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Sunday asserted that every state assembly has the constitutional right to pass a resolution and seek the amended Citizenship Act's withdrawal, but if the law is declared constitutional by the Supreme Court then it will b
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When and if CAA is declared constitutional by SC, it will be problematic for states to oppose it: Sibal

Senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Sunday asserted that every state assembly has the constitutional right to pass a resolution and seek the amended Citizenship Act's withdrawal, but if the law is declared constitutional by the Supreme Court then it will be problematic to oppose it.

Indian school teacher becomes first foreigner to contract deadly virus in China

A 45-year-old Indian school teacher is undergoing treatment for a new strain of pneumonia outbreak spreading in the Chinese cities of Wuhan and Shenzhen, becoming the first foreigner to have contracted the mysterious SARS-like coronavirus. Preeti Maheshwari
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Indian school teacher becomes first foreigner to contract deadly virus in China

A 45-year-old Indian school teacher is undergoing treatment for a new strain of pneumonia outbreak spreading in the Chinese cities of Wuhan and Shenzhen, becoming the first foreigner to have contracted the mysterious SARS-like coronavirus. Preeti Maheshwari, a teacher at an international school in Shenzhen, has been admitted to a local hospital.

Gandhi wanted to spend 15 August, 1947 in Pakistan: Book

This was, however, neither tokenism nor a gesture of support for a country carved out of multifaith India in the name of one religion, Islam, the author writes in «Gandhi's Hinduism: The Struggle Against Jinnah's Islam». «It was a promise o
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Gandhi wanted to spend 15 August, 1947 in Pakistan: Book

This was, however, neither tokenism nor a gesture of support for a country carved out of multifaith India in the name of one religion, Islam, the author writes in «Gandhi's Hinduism: The Struggle Against Jinnah's Islam». «It was a promise of defiance. Gandhi simply did not believe in the partition of India, and the creation of new, 'unnatural' borders by an arbitrary scalpel in a fit of what he described as momentary madness,» he says.

Don't do something to artificially boost growth: Congress on 'data revamp' reports

«We have no problem if it is a constructive exercise... Please don't do something where you artificially boost your official 4.9 per cent rate of growth which your own CEA (Arvind Subramanian) believes is 2-2.5 per cent less than stated,» he said.
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Don't do something to artificially boost growth: Congress on 'data revamp' reports

«We have no problem if it is a constructive exercise... Please don't do something where you artificially boost your official 4.9 per cent rate of growth which your own CEA (Arvind Subramanian) believes is 2-2.5 per cent less than stated,» he said.

J&K a 'jewel' of country, Centre will soon come out with industrial package for UT: Piyush Goyal

The Minister for Railways and Commerce also announced that Kashmir would be linked with the rest of the country by train by December next year. He asserted that development work has gathered pace in Jammu and Kashmir, especially after June 18, 2018 when the e
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J&K a 'jewel' of country, Centre will soon come out with industrial package for UT: Piyush Goyal

The Minister for Railways and Commerce also announced that Kashmir would be linked with the rest of the country by train by December next year. He asserted that development work has gathered pace in Jammu and Kashmir, especially after June 18, 2018 when the erstwhile state came under Governor's rule.

Nobody gives Niti Aayog member the right to utter nonsense against us: KCCI on 'dirty films' remark

The Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) – an apex trade body - on Sunday condemned Niti Aayog member V K Saraswat's reported remarks that the Union Territory's economy was not significantly affected by the internet suspension and the data servic
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Nobody gives Niti Aayog member the right to utter nonsense against us: KCCI on 'dirty films' remark

The Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) – an apex trade body - on Sunday condemned Niti Aayog member V K Saraswat's reported remarks that the Union Territory's economy was not significantly affected by the internet suspension and the data service was only used to watch «dirty films», and demanded his immediate removal.

19 Indians kidnapped by pirates near Nigerian coast released, one died in captivity

Nineteen Indians, kidnapped by pirates from a commercial vessel from the high seas off the western coast of Africa last month, have been released while one died in their captivity, according to the Indian mission here.
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19 Indians kidnapped by pirates near Nigerian coast released, one died in captivity

Nineteen Indians, kidnapped by pirates from a commercial vessel from the high seas off the western coast of Africa last month, have been released while one died in their captivity, according to the Indian mission here.

It is not legal if states refuse to implement CAA, Nirmala Sitharaman says

Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Sunday said states cannot refuse to implement the Citizenship (Amendment) Act as their refusal “is not legal and is against Constitution.”
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It is not legal if states refuse to implement CAA, Nirmala Sitharaman says

Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Sunday said states cannot refuse to implement the Citizenship (Amendment) Act as their refusal “is not legal and is against Constitution.”

Asaduddin Owaisi attacks Mohan Bhagwat over reported remarks on two-child policy

Addressing a rally in Nizamabad district, on Saturday, in the run up to the municipal polls in Telangana, the Hyderabad MP said, «RSS Mohan Bhagwat says to make two children policy. They (BJP government) failed to provide employment to anyone in last fi
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Asaduddin Owaisi attacks Mohan Bhagwat over reported remarks on two-child policy

Addressing a rally in Nizamabad district, on Saturday, in the run up to the municipal polls in Telangana, the Hyderabad MP said, «RSS Mohan Bhagwat says to make two children policy. They (BJP government) failed to provide employment to anyone in last five-and-half-years. Now RSS people are talking of making two-child policy.»

'Union government should come clean on de-radicalisation camps'

He described as «outrageous» the disclosure of Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) Gen Bipin Rawat that de-radicalisation camps were operating in the country. The CDS had said there is need for de-radicalisation of Muslim youth, particularly in Kashmir.
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'Union government should come clean on de-radicalisation camps'

He described as «outrageous» the disclosure of Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) Gen Bipin Rawat that de-radicalisation camps were operating in the country. The CDS had said there is need for de-radicalisation of Muslim youth, particularly in Kashmir. "Army commanders are entering domestic politics. This is unprecedented.

It’s student anger, no end in sight, Kamal Nath warns on CAA

Madhya Pradesh chief minister Kamal Nath has warned BJP that there appears no end in sight for the seemingly unceasing protests against the CAA-NRC-NPR, saying that the agitation is in the hands of students who are angry over not just the divisive policies o
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It’s student anger, no end in sight, Kamal Nath warns on CAA

Madhya Pradesh chief minister Kamal Nath has warned BJP that there appears no end in sight for the seemingly unceasing protests against the CAA-NRC-NPR, saying that the agitation is in the hands of students who are angry over not just the divisive policies of the central government but also the economic collapse.

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