Thousands joined protests on Wednesday across Tamil Nadu and the neighbouring Union Territory of Puduchery, opposing the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), the National Population Register (NPR) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC).
Two days after a youth opened fire on Jamia protesters, a similar incident happened on Saturday as a man fired bullets in the air in Shaheen Bagh area − a key site of the protests.
It’s shocking. The partisan police response to rioting incidents in recent days, particularly against peaceful Anti-CAA supporters, is unacceptable. If the rioters are guilty
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a speech in his constituency of Varanasi on Sunday, acknowledged that there is pressure on his government over some recent decisions but it will not back down.
Delhi's Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal called on Wednesday for the army to be deployed and for a curfew to be imposed over flashpoint northeastern districts.
A week after Delhi exploded into violence, even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi was playing host to US President Donald Trump, harrowing accounts of wanton attacks
With only three weeks to go for work on the National Population Register (NPR) to begin, the fate of the project hangs in the balance. What is planned is the second NPR.
It would be unfair to compare the Shaheen Bagh anti CAA, NPR, NRC movement with mass mobilization efforts leading to independence. The movement has no Gandhi leading it.
Speaking to France's RTL radio in French, Stanley Johnson said: "It's not a question of becoming French. If I understand correctly I am French! My mother was born in France, her mother was completely French as was her grandfather.