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Nepal proposes to amend Citizenship Act that applies to all foreigners, Indian media claims it applies only to Indians and misquotes Indian law

Nepal govt wants to add 7 year waiting period for citizenship to foreigners married to Nepalis, Indian media lies that it applies only to Indians

As Muslim rioters go on rampage, open fire at police in Delhi’s Jaffrabad area, liberals insinuate ‘Bhagwa terror’: Here’s how it’s misleading

A closer look at the images shared on Twitter shows that these rioters are carrying orange crates in their hands and not orange flags as ridiculously claimed by these 'liberals'.

‘There must be huge mass movement if Muslims are sent to detention camps due to CAA’: P Chidambaram instigates students in JNU

CAA must be repealed and there should be a political struggle so that NPR is pushed beyond 2024: P Chidambaram

Saba Naqvi continues to fear-monger, conjures up a story of Hindi speaking Afghan refugee moving to Australia ‘because of CAA’

The incorrigible fake news peddler Saba Naqvi has many times in the past attempted to pull off similar antics

Muslims refugees can continue to get citizenship as per provisions of Citizenship Act, CAA does not prevent that: Government clarifies in Lok Sabha

MHA clarifies in parliament that CAA does not prevent any legal immigrants to get Indian citizenship

Fundamental and constitutional rights are for Indian citizens, not OCI cardholders: Govt in Delhi HC

Thakur, in his petition, had sought the right to seek information under the Right To Information (RTI) Act. He had also sought exemption from seeking permission under FCRA rules for donations to religious bodies.

Rajasthan: Pakistani immigrant Neeta Kanwar who was granted citizenship in September elected Sarpanch in Tonk

Neeta Kanwar defeated her opponent Sonu Devi by 362 votes. A total of 1,073 votes were cast in Kanwar's favour.

Meet Neeta Sodha: Granted Indian citizenship 18 years after she came from Pakistan, contesting Panchayat elections in Rajasthan

18 years after she migrated to India, Neeta Sodha was finally granted citizenship in September 2019.

Disgruntled ex-IAS officer Kannan Gopinathan spreads false apprehensions about the CAA, NRC and NPR

Former IAS officer Kannan Gopinathan continued his fear-mongering about the Citizenship Amendment Act at an event in Bengaluru

Pakistan formed on basis of religion, Congress won’t speak against Pak but will rally against persecuted minorities: PM Modi

PM Modi slams Congress, saying they are against giving relief to those who have been victimised in Pakistan

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