JP Nadda elected BJP president unopposed

NEW DELHI, Jan 20 Former Union Minister JP Nadda (59) was on Monday elected unopposed as the new National president of the BJP, with no other leader having filed papers to force an election.BJP general secretary Bhupendra Yadav made the announcement at the party headquarters in New Delhi, after the requisite nomination and scrutiny process concluded, as well as the time given for withdrawal of nominations.Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who was till this morning the BJP president, felicitated Nadda ..

150 infected with Swine Flu in Telengana

Hyderabad, Jan 19 As many as 150 people have tested positive for Swine Flu in Telangana so far and experts fear that the number may increase in coming days. "So far, we have tested around 370 people for Swine Flu, out of which 150 have reported posit..

Centre’s meeting with States on Census, NPR begins; Bengal skips

New Delhi, Jan 17As protests against the combination of Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019, updation of National Popul-ation Register and creation of National Register for Citizens continue, Minister of State for Home, Nityanand Rai met with senior representatives from the States on Friday to “seek their cooperation” to conduct Census 2021 and update NPR database.Representatives from West Bengal are not attending the meet as Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has announced that NPR won’t ..

Nirbhaya convicts will hang on Feb 1

New Delhi, Jan 17Fresh death warrants were issued this evening for the four men convicted of the gang-rape and murder of a 23-year-old medical student in Delhi in 2012. The four will now be executed at 6 am on February 1, Additional Sessions Judge Satish Kumar Arora said today, while also turning down a plea by Mukesh Singh, one of the convicts, to postpone the execution. The warrants were issued mere hours after President Ram Nath Kovind rejected a mercy plea filed by the same convict.The new death ..

Nirbhaya gang rape convicts not to be hanged on Jan 22 as mercy plea has been filed: Delhi Govt

New Delhi, Jan 15 The Delhi Government said on Wednesday that the convicts in the 2012 gang rape case will not be executed on January 22 as a mercy petition has been filed with the President, reported news agency PTI.Citing prison rules, the State Government said they are duty bound to wait for convict’s mercy plea to be decided for executing the death warrant.The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed the curative petitions filed by two of the four convicts in the gang-rape and murder case — ..

NPR exercise on despite protests, pilot project started

New Delhi, Jan 15Despite the opposition against National Population Register (NPR) - a biometric database of ordinary residents of India - preparations are on in full swing to update it. Enumerators are being trained to collect data and a “pre-test&..

Kerala moves SC against CAA

New Delhi, Jan 14Kerala became the first State to challenge the contentious Citizenship (Amendment) Act or CAA after it moved the Supreme Court on Tuesday. The plea has been filed as an original suit under Article 131 of the Constitution which empowers Su..

71st Republic Day parade to be commanded by Wing Commander Vipul Goyal

NEW DELHI, Jan 13The Republic Day celebrations will commence with an homage ceremony at the National War Memorial, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lead the nation in paying tribute to the martyrs."This year the Inter-Service Guard will be commanded by Wing Commander Vipul Goyal," Indian Air Force Spokesperson Group Captain Anupam Banerjee said.The proceedings of the parade at the Rajpath will commence with the unfurling of national flag and presenting of 'Rashtriya Salute' to the President ..

Jamia students gherao VC's office, demand registration of FIR against Delhi Police

NEW DELHI, Jan 13: Hundreds of Jamia Millia Islamia students gheraoed Vice-Chancellor Najma Akhtar's office on Monday, demanding registration of an FIR against Delhi Police in connection with last month's violence on the campus.Among other demands, they also want the university to reschedule examinations and ensure security of students.The students barged into the office premises after breaking the lock on the main gate and raised slogans against the VC. Akhtar tried to pacify the students and said ..

20 Oppn parties meet amid anti-CAA protest, lend support to agitating students

NEW DELHI, Jan 13A meeting of Opposition parties convened by Cong-ress president Sonia Gandhi on Monday deliberated on the current political situation following widespread protests against the amended Citizenship Act and the violence on campuses.Significantly, the BSP, the AAP, and the Mamata Banerjee-led TMC, stayed away from the meeting attended by representatives of 20 parties in all.NCP supremo Sharad Pawar, Left leaders Sitaram Yechury and D Raja, JMM leader and Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant ..

109 children sexually abused every day in India in 2018

New Delhi, Jan 12As many as 109 children were sexually abused every day in India in 2018, according to the data by the National Crime Record Bureau, which showed a 22 per cent jump in such cases from the previous year.According to the recently released NC..

Constitutional safeguards for Assam mulled Assam Accord will be respected : Shah

New Delhi, Jan 10 Home Minister Amit Shah met Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal and State Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Thursday and he is learnt to have assured them that the Assam Accord would be respected and that the Union Government would consider the idea of giving the State Constitutional safeguards in the wake of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA).The passage of the Act has heightened anxieties among the people in the State regarding its effect on their demography, ethnic integrity ..

Attack at JNU hostel Aishe Ghosh, 8 others named

New Delhi, Jan 10 The Delhi Police on Friday released photographs of nine suspects identified for the violence at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) last week, naming mostly members of the Left-controlled students' union but giving few details on the attac..

NE to be showcased in Madhavpur Mela

NE NOWNEW DELHI, Jan 10 : Eight North Eastern States will showcase its culture, tradition and foods in a seven-day Madhavpur Mela scheduled to be held in Gujarat from April 2.The week-long festival will see a vibrant cultural trail of art, dance, music, p..

JNU violence Police on verge of cracking case

New Delhi, Jan 8 Three days after a masked mob attacked students and teachers of the Jawaharlal Nehru University inside the campus, the Delhi Police has identified some of the attackers in the case, sources said.The January 5 attack had triggered mass pro..

7 newspapers booked for publishing photos of minor rape victim

Thane, Jan 8 (PTI) Cases have been registered against Editors and staff concerned of seven newspapers for allegedly violating provisions of the POCSO Act by publishing photograph and other details of a minor rape and murder victim, police said on Wednesda..

Govt to provide Rs 5,559 Cr funding to NE gas grid

NEW DELHI, Jan 8In only the second instance of the Government directly funding a gas pipeline, the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) on Wednesday approved a Rs 5,559 crore viability gap funding for the proposed North-East gas grid, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said.The 1,656-km North-East Natural Gas Pipeline Grid will connect Guwahati in Assam to major cities in the region such as Itanagar, Dimapur, Kohima, Imphal, Aizawl, Agartala, Shillong, Silchar, Gangtok, and Numaligarh. The pipeline ..

December 2012 gangrape case 4 convicts to be executed on Jan 22

New Delhi, Jan 7 A Delhi Court on Tuesday issued a death warrant for the four convicts in the December 2012 gangrape case. The verdict came after the parents of the victim moved the Court seeking to expedite the procedure to hang all the four convicted in the case and also demanded issuance of death warrant against them.During the hearing, the prosecution said there was no application pending before any Court or the President by any of the convicts and the review petition of all the convicts was dismissed ..

CAA not acceptable in NE, say student bodies Strong protest held against JNU violence

New Delhi, Jan 7The Citizenship (Amendment) Act will not be accepted in the North East and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will face agitation and protests when he visits the region next, the North East Students’ Organisation (NESO) has said.NESO is an umbrella organisation comprising of student bodies from eight North Eastern States. The powerful and influential All Assam Students Union (AASU), All Manipur Students Union (AMSU) Naga Students Federation, Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union, ..

Top Army officials visit NE to review situation

Statesman News ServiceNew Delhi, Jan 7 : As the North Eastern States witnessed violent protests against the new Citizenship Act (CAA), top Army officials are now visiting the region and holding meetings with senior Army, Para-Military and civil administra..

Govt probes PFI role in anti-CAA violence

New Delhi, Jan 4: The Centre is examining the role of Popular Front of India (PFI) in the violent protests against Citizenship Amend-ment Act (CAA) and Nation- al Register of Citizens (NRC), after Assam, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh alleged that PFI member..

Protests erupt in Delhi after attack on Pak gurdwara

NEW DELHI, Jan 4Members of the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) and the Shiromani Akali Dal on Saturday staged a protest near the Pakistan High Commission here over a mob attack on Gurdwara Nan-kana Sahib.Gurdwara Nankana Sahib, also known as Gurd- wara Janam Asthan, is the site near Lahore in Pakistan where the first Guru of the Sikhs, Guru Nanak, was born.On Friday, a violent mob had attacked the gurdwara and pelted it with stones.The protest by DSGMC and Akali members was held at ..

Thousands march to protest against CAA in Hyderabad

Hyderabad, Jan 4Thousands of citizens turned up to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act and the National Register of Citizens at Hyderabad’s Dharna Chowk on Saturday afternoon. The ‘Million March’ protest, which was conducted by an umbrella of Muslim and civil society organizations, drew a sea of protestors from all walks of life, in spite of the Hyderabad police stating that only 1,000 people would be allowed to gather at the site.The protest in a way was a victory for ..

India has engaged with the world on CAA : MEA

New Delhi, Jan 3 : Contrary to reports that emerged about India's lack of engagement with the world on the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) clarified that multiple methods have been employed to reach out to countries aro..

Won’t back an inch : Amit Shah on CAA

New Delhi, Jan 3Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday said the Citizenship Amendment (CAA) is a law to grant citizenship and not to take it away. Shah also said the Government will not back out on its decision to implement the CAA despite the criticism by the Opposition.Amit Shah was addressing a rally in Rajasthan’s Jodhpur to launch an “awareness programme” in support of the amended Citizenship Law.“No provision in Citizenship Amendment Act to take anyone’s citizenship ..

PC back in ED interrogation room

India TodayNew Delhi, Jan 3: Within a month of being released from the Tihar Jail after getting bail in the INX media case, former Finance Minister P Chidambaram was questioned by the Enforcement Directorate in connection with the purchase of Air India ai..

'Deal' to kill Nagaland politician revealed

New Delhi, Jan 2: The CBI has registered a case against a gangster who reportedly struck a 'deal' to kill a senior Nagaland poli-tician for Rs 80 lakh and a Ford Endeavour car after the 2019 general elections. The plot to kill the politician emerged after..

Dense fog shrouds Delhi, 500 flights delayed

New Delhi, Dec 30Delhi and its neighbouring areas were shrouded in a thick blanket of fog on Monday morning, resulting in disruptions in rail traffic. Airlines issued an advisory urging passengers to stay in touch to get updated flight information.At least 30 trains are running late due to low visibility in the Northern Railway region, reported the news agency ANI.Also, 500 flights were delayed and 21 were diverted from Delhi airport this morning due to heavy fog, reported ANI.Flights are operating ..

Hemant Soren takes oath as 11th Jharkhand CM

RANCHI, Dec 29JMM Executive President Hemant Soren on Sunday became 11th Chief Minister of Jharkhand after taking oath of office and secrecy with his 3 other Cabinet colleagues. Governor Drou-padi Murmu administered oath of office and secrecy to Soren in the presence of senior political leaders and Chief Ministers from across the country.This is Hemant Soren’s second stint as Chief Minister of Jharkhand after he became Chief Minister for the first time with the help of Congress and RJD in July, ..

Anti-Citizenship Act protests Death toll stands at 19, internet suspended in 21 UP districts

MEERUT, Dec 27Security was mounted and patrolling intensified in sensitive areas across the State of Uttar Pradesh to ensure peace during Friday prayers in view of wide-spread violence by those protesting against the Citizenship Act.3,500 personnel of central paramilitary forces and 12,000 jawans of the UP provincial armed constabulary (PAC) are on the job to maintain peace, UP DGP OP Singh said.As a precautionary measure, Internet services that were resumed after nearly a week, were suspended ag-ain ..

Detention centres set up with cognizance of SC, not connected with NRC: Centre

NEW DELHI, Dec 27Detention centres are “not at all connected with National Register of Citizens (NRC)” and were set up in different parts of the country in full compliance with the law and with the cognizance of the Supreme Court, Government sources said on Thursday.  Detention centres or holding centres or camps are confinement centres where foreign nationals are confined pending nationality verification and issuance of travel documents by the Governments concerned and their deportation ..

Year in Review Events that made biggest news in India in 2019

New Delhi, Dec 26 The year 2019 saw several events that could be termed ‘turning points’ in India's modern history. From revoking Jammu & Kashmir’s special status through abrogation of Article 370 to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), which brought the country’s youth to the streets in chilly nights of December, there are several good and bad memories this year is going to leave Indians with.On August 5, 2019, Home Minister Amit Shah announced the scrapping of Article ..

Tamil Nadu tops good governance index Manipur adjudged best in health in NE and Hill States section

Chennai, Dec 26 Tamil Nadu topped the composite ranking for Good Governance Index (GGI), with Maharashtra and Karnataka bagging the second and third spot respectively, according to a report released by the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public G..

No link between NPR and NRC : Amit Shah

NEW DELHI, Dec 24 There is no link between National Register of Citizens (NRC) and National Population Register (NPR), Home Minister Amit Shah said on Tuesday hours after the Union Cabinet cleared the digital register, a comprehensive identity database of..

Jharkhand Assembly election results Soren, Roy shine as BJP loses another State

New Delhi, Dec 23 Jharkhand Mukti Morcha working president Hemant Soren is set to return for a second stint as Jharkhand Chief Minister after latest trends showed the alliance led by his party, which also includes Congress and RJD, leading on 43 seats in ..

Editors Guild slam

NEW DELHI, Dec 23 : The Editors Guild of India on Monday lashed out at the police forces for allegedly committing "violence and brutality" against journalists covering the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests, particularly in States like Karnataka and ..

CAA violence crackdown in Uttar Pradesh 18 dead, 750 sent to jail, 5,400 in custody

Lucknow, Dec 23 As city after city in Uttar Pradesh burns over the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Act, the death toll in CAA related protests has now reached 18 in the State. Police said at least 18 people, including an eight-year-old boy, have lost their lives in the State since Thursday.A total of 5,400 people have been taken under custody till now and around 705 have been sent to jail. The Government is also expected to invoke the National Security Act (NSA) against 250 agitators.Around ..

Over 1,500 held during days of protests over CAA

Delhi/Mumbai, Dec 22 More than 1,500 protesters have been arrested across India in the past 10 days, officials said, as police try to quell sometimes violent demonstrations against a Citizenship Law that critics say undermines the country's secular Constitution.Additionally, some 4,000 people have been detained and then released, the officials said.Those arrested and detained had been resorting to violence during the protests, said two senior Government officials overseeing the country's internal ..

65.4% want NRC across country

New Delhi, Dec 22 About 65.4 per cent of the people across the country and 76.9 per cent of the people in Assam want the National Register of Citizens to be implemented across India while 66 per cent of the Muslim community opposes the idea, according to ..

CAA protests deadlier than months-long Hong Kong protests 25 killed in India, 2 deaths reported in Hong Kong

New Delhi, Dec 22With a death toll of 25, the ongoing protests against the amended Citizenship Act are already deadlier than the pro-democracy agitation in Hong Kong, now in its seventh month.Eighteen people have died in Uttar Pradesh, two in Karnataka, a..

Anti-CAA protests, death toll climbs to 15 in UP Five people were killed in Meerut, two each in Kanpur, Bijnore and Firozabad and one each in Muzaffarnagar, Sambhal and Varanasi. An eight-year-old boy was killed in Varanasi after a lathi-charge by police

Meerut/Lucknow/Kanpur, Dec 21A man died in Uttar Pradesh’s Rampur town in renewed protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) on Saturday, police said, lifting the death toll to 15 after Friday’s violence in several parts of the state.Protesters in Rampur clashed with the police on Saturday as they pelted stones and resorted to arson during the violence, which lasted for two hours, according to officials.Additional central para-military forces were rushed as the violence erupted ..

IJU dercries attacks on scribes

NEW DELHI, Dec 21: The Indian Journalists Union (IJU) has strongly condem-ned the rising attacks on journalists who are covering the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protests.A statement issued by the IJU today said that scores of journalists in Del-hi, Ut..

Sengar gets life penalty in Unnao rape case

New Delhi, Dec 20 Expelled BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar was sentenced to life imprisonment till the remainder of his biological life for the rape of a minor girl in Unnao by a Delhi Court.District Judge Dharmesh Sharma said that Sengar was a public servan..

Six dead in anti CAA protests

LUCKNOW, Dec 20 Six protesters were killed in clashes that erupted across Uttar Pradesh over the Citizenship Amendment Act on Friday, the State police confirmed. This has taken the total number of protest-related deaths in the State to seven so far. ..

Govt releases Q&A on NRC

NEW DELHI, Dec 20 Q.1 Is NRC a part of the CAA?Ans. No. CAA is a separate law and NRC is a separate process. The CAA has come into force Nationwide after its passage in Parliament, while the NRC rules and procedures for the country are yet to be decided. ..

Citizenship Act Protests rage across India

New Delhi, Dec 19Protesters across the country Thursday defied prohibitory orders as they took to the streets to oppose the Citizenship (Amendment) Act. Many have been detained, including historian Ramachandra Guha in Bengaluru, CPM leader Sitaram Yechury..

SC declines plea to stay CAA

New Delhi, Dec 18At the first hearing on petitions challenging the citizenship law, the Supreme Court on Wednesday declined to stay the contentious law but told the Government to respond to petitions that have attacked the amended Citizenship Act on groun..

Birmangol named for Sahitya Akademi

New Delhi, Dec 18Manipuri novelist L Birmangol Singh is among the 23 writers named for this year's Sahitya Akademi Award, for his book, Ei Amadi Aduneigi Eethat, a novel published in 2015. The winners will receive an engraved copper plate and Rs 1 lakh ca..

Curfew lifted in Guwahati, net restored

New Delhi, Dec 17 Authorities lifted curfew in Guwahati on Tuesday morning following days of violent protests in Assam over the amended Citizenship Act and restored broadband services in the entire State...

PM assures

NEW DELHI, Dec 16 : Assuring that the CAA will not affect any citizen of the land, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has tweeted, ‘I want to unequivocally assure my fellow Indians that CAA does not affect any citizen of India of any religion. No Indian has anything to worry regarding this Act. This Act is only for those who have faced years of persecution outside and have no other place to go except India.’ ..

Expelled BJP MLA Sengar convicted in Unnao rape case Sentence hearing on Dec 19

NEW DELHI, Dec 16 A Delhi Court convicted expelled BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar on Monday for raping a woman in Unnao in 2017 saying the victim's testimony was "truthful and unblemished" against a "powerful person"...

SC to hear pleas challenging CAA on Dec 18

AGARTALA/NEW DELHI, Dec 16 The Supreme Court will hear the pleas including that of Tripura royal scion Pradyot Kishor Debbarma challenging the Constitutional validity of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), 2019 on December 18...

Police crackdown on JMI Protests spread to DU, JU, Lucknow, Hyderabad, IITs

New Delhi, Dec 16 Students across India took to streets demanding a probe into the use of teargas inside university’s library as well as police entering the campus without permission from the authorities..

Mamata dares Centre over Citizenship Act

KOLKATA, Dec 16 West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee kickstarted her mega rally in protest against the amended Citizenship Act in Kolkata on Monday. The rally will stretch over a span of three days...

Akhil Gogoi charged under amended UAPA

New Delhi, Dec 15 The Assam-based RTI activist and peasant leader, Akhil Gogoi, who had been placed under preventive arrest Thursday, has now been booked under the amended UAPA (Unlawful Assembly Prevention Act) by the National Investigation Agency (NIA). ..

Amended Citizenship Act Protest intensifies in Bengal; trains, buses torched

KOLKATA, Dec 14 Bengal continued to face the heat of amended Citizenship Act on Saturday as violent protestors set two trains ablaze in Murshidabad district and torched at least four buses of the State Transport department on Kona Expressway in Howrah, on the outskirts of Kolkata, the cabin and ticket booking counter at Sankrail railway station in Howrah were also set on fire...

If you love India, raise your voice: Congress

New Delhi, Dec 14 The Congress Saturday launched a scathing attack on the ruling BJP Government highlighting the “failures” of the Central Government and its alleged attempt to divide the country and its people...

CAB gets President’s assent, becomes an Act

New Delhi, Dec 13 President Ram Nath Kovind on Thursday gave his nod to the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019, turning it into an Act. The Act comes into effect with its publication in the official gazette on Thursday, according to a Government notification...

Pleas filed in SC against amended Citizenship Act

NEW DELHI, Dec 13 Several petitions, including those by Congress MP Jairam Ramesh and Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra, were filed in the Supreme Court on Friday challenging the Constitutional validity of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019...

AP passes Bill to award death penalty to rapists within 21 days

Hyderabad, Dec 13 Andhra Pradesh Assembly on Friday passed the Andhra Pradesh Disha Bill 2019 (Andhra Pradesh Criminal Law Amendment Act 2019) to award death sentences to convicts in rape cases within 21 days...

WB, Punjab, Kerala say no to CAB

Thiruvananthapuram/Kolkata/Delhi, Dec 12 Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Thursday announced that his State will not implement The Citizen (Amendment) Bill, 2019 passed by the Parliament. While addressing a press conference in the State Secretariat, the Chief Minister alleged that by passing the CAB, the BJP was executing the agenda to divide the Nation on communal lines...

CAB clears RS hurdle, Cong calls it a dark day

New Delhi, Dec 11 The Rajya Sabha on Wednesday passed the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019 with 125 members voting for it and 105 voting against it...

CAB: Internet suspended in Tripura, clashes in Assam as protests hit North East Shutdown call from NESO paralyses States in North East India

New Delhi, Dec 10 The protests against the Citizenship Amendment Bill intensified in various States of the North East region with several reports of stone-pelting, arson and agitation coming from Assam, Tripura and Manipur on Tuesday. The Tripura administration shut down internet service for 48 hours in wake of protests against the Bill. In Assam, normal life came to a halt in Brahmaputra Valley due to a Statewide bandh with protests in different areas of Guwahati. ..

Divided on CAB

New Delhi, Dec 10 : Lok Sabha MPs from North East Indian States remained divided on the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, with Assam MPs Gaurav Gogoi and Pradyot Bordoloi of the Congress and Badruddin Ajmal of AIUDF, and Indra Hang Subba of Sikkim Krantikari Morcha opposing the Bill. Members from other States, including Manipur and Meghalaya, backed the Bill...

BJP confident RS will pass CAB today

New Delhi, Dec 10 The BJP is confident of the passage of the contentious Citizenship Amendment Bill in the Rajya Sabha which will be introduced in the Upper House on Wednesday, sources said on Tuesday...

Govt issues 8-point 'myth-buster' on CAB

New Delhi, Dec 10 As the debate on the Citizenship Amendment Bill moves to the Rajya Sabha tomorrow, after being passed by the Lok Sabha on Monday, the publicity wing of the Central Government-the Press Bureau of India-has issued an eight-point explainer on the Bill that has triggered a major controversy. ..

Citizenship Bill clears first test after 293 MPs support its tabling in Lok Sabha

NEW DELHI, Dec 9 The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill on Monday cleared the first test in the Lok Sabha, with 293 members voting in favour of the Bill's introduction and 82 against it...

43 killed in Delhi factory fire, Kejriwal orders probe

New Delhi, Dec 8 In one of the worst fire tragedies in Delhi, at least 43 people were killed and several others were injured when a blaze swept through a manufacturing factory in a four-storey building at the capital’s Rani Jhansi Road early Sunday morning, police said. Rescue operations are underway...

Delhi too joins anti-CAB protest

New Delhi, Dec 8 Hundreds of people from across Delhi, including students, gathered near Jantar Mantar here on Saturday to oppose the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) and the proposal for Nationwide implementation of the National Register of Citizens (NRC)...

Govt to table CAB in Lok Sabha on Monday

New Delhi, Dec 7 The contentious Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, (CAB), which generated widespread protests in the northeastern States, will be tabled in the Lok Sabha on Monday for consideration and passage. It is likely to be debated and passed on Tuesday...