The Citizenship Amendment Bill has been passed in the Rajya Sabha after being passed in Lok Sabha yesterday

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Here’s why Amit Shah was right when he said Rohingyas will never be accepted in India and UNHRC cannot object

Amit Shah made it clear that India will never accept Rohingyas in the country and said that the Rohingyas come to India through Bangladesh.

In his quest to oppose CAB, TMC’s Derek O Brian ends up justifying CAB by giving an example of his own family: Read how

Citizenship Amendment bill after passing in the Lok Sabha on December 9 has been tabled today in the Rajya Sabha

Citizenship Amendment Bill debate: Opposition speaking the same language as Pakistan, says PM Modi

Modi asserted that the proposed CAB will be written in “golden letters” in India's history.

Pakistani Hindu refugees staying across India cheer for Citizenship Bill, thank PM Modi, Amit Shah

The proposed legislation applies to those who were forced to seek shelter in India due to persecution on the ground of religion. It aims to protect such people from proceedings of illegal migration.

After presiding over demographic invasion of North East, Congress creates ‘ethnic cleansing’ bogey over CAB

The Congress party's fearmongering over the Citizenship Amendment Bill continued in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday.

‘Activists’, ‘Intellectuals’ join ‘Liberal’ mob to oppose Citizenship Amendment Bill, write another ‘letter’: Read details

More than 600 self-proclaimed 'intellectuals', including writers, filmmakers and academicians write a letter opposing Citizenship Amendment Bill

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Harish Salve defends CAB, says bill not anti-Muslim, does not violate articles 14, 15 or 21 of the Indian constitution: Read details

Harish Salve stated that the Citizenship Amendment Bill is not anti-Muslim and it does not violate the Articles 14, 15 and 21 of Indian constitution as being claimed by naysayers.

#CABNRCSatyagraha: How the self-appointed custodians of secular fabric of India are trying to save the Rohingyas

People in the 'Secular' camp have decided that 'Civil Disobedience' is the proper way to move forward with their agenda.

Tavleen Singh endorses Ummah, confuses CAB with NRC to say Muslims will turn Jihadis if illegal infiltrators are not given citizenship

Tavleen Singh also claims that Muslims are being targeted through the Citizenship Amendment Bill.

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227 foreigners from Assam deported to their country of origin in 2019: Minister Nityanand Rai in Lok Sabha

MoS Home Nityanand Rai responded to the question on detentions and deportations in the Zero Hour of Lok Sabha on Tuesday.

India needs to address the issue of protection of its women with utmost urgency

More than the laws, we need accountability and speedy justice to curb violence against women

Despite a setback in Maharashtra, Amit Shah remains the undisputed Kautilya of modern Indian politics

Not for nothing is Home Minister Amit Shah called the modern-day Kautilya

The conduct of ‘Secular’ parties on CAB shows there’s no difference between them and Muslim communal parties

The Citizenship Amendment Bill was tabled in the Parliament today by the Union Home Minister Amit Shah.

Karnataka: Democracy in danger as 3rd largest party fails to form government

In a dramatic development, the ruling BJP is expected to win at least 10-12 out of the 15 Assembly seats in Karnataka, where counting of votes for bypolls is in progress.

An open letter to the people of Maharashtra: Mi Punha Yein

We overlooked allegations (No CMP, it was our vision he had to support) so citizens of Maharashtra don't have to go through re-election

Abduction and false charges against Balochistan women will strengthen the Baloch resistance movement

On the 29th of November, news broke out from the war-torn region of Awaran Balochistan, that Pakistani paramilitary forces have forcefully abducted two Baloch women along with their male family members.

A faceless troll thought we ‘need to be disciplined’ because we were ‘out of line’

'Abusive right-wing trolls' make Internet, especially Twitter, an unsafe place for women, they say. But what about these abuses?

Here is why it is not the Ayodhya judgement that needs to be reviewed, but the vicious and toxic mindset of Muslim parties

Before filing mischievous Review in a matter like Ayodhya, the Petitioner should have thought that the land has not been given to any person or individual, it has been given to the Deity.

Telangana encounter: No right answer

In the wee hours of the morning, the four accused in the Telangana rape and murder case were shot dead in a police encounter.

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Mumbai Metro: Stand-up comic Vir Das is upset people are making jokes on him while exposing his hypocrisy

Standup comic Vir Das is upset. Because people are making jokes on him. And this is not a joke.

Abdul Razzaq says that Bumrah is a ‘baby bowler’ and he would have dominated him

Former Pakistani all-rounder Abdul Razzaq called Bumrah 'baby bowler' and said he could have dominated him.

“Mountbatten gave away India, and his wife. Cuckolded by Nehru”: Netflix’s British series The Crown tips the hat to first Prime Minister of India

The Crown is a historical drama that chronicles life of Queen Elizabeth from her younger days to her reign and gives a glimpse into the personal life of the royals.

As 2019 comes to an end, here are the 10 most unforgettable cricket moments of the decade

The decade is about to over. A decade full of records, full of controversies. 3 World Cups, 4 World T20s, 2 Champions Trophy and the beginning of the first Test championship.

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