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Midnight clearance for citizenship bill with 311 votes in favour
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Midnight clearance for citizenship bill with 311 votes in favour

The Lok Sabha passed Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2019, which seeks to provide Indian citizenship to non-Muslim refugees coming from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan, a little past midnight on Tuesday. IMAGE: Union Home Minister Amit Shah during the discussion on Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019 in Lok Sabha on Monday. Photograph: LSTV grab/PTI Photo After over seven-hour-long debate, the bill was passed in the Lok Sabha with 311 members favouring it and 80 voting against it.   ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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BJP's changed stance on NRC tactical retreat: Prashant Kishor

Janata Dal-United national vice president Prashant Kishor on Thursday scoffed at the Centre's refrain that there have been no deliberations so far on a country-wide National Register for Citizens (NRC), calling it a 'tactical retreat'. The poll-strategist-turned politician, whose party is an alliance partner of the Bharatiya Janata Party, asserted that the change in stance was prompted by country-wide agitations against the new citizenship law and the proposed NRC.   'The claim of 'abhi ...
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BJP confident of citizenship bill's passage in Rajya Sabha

IMAGE: Activists of SUCI (Communist) raise slogans during a protest rally against NRC (National Register of Citizens) and Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, in Kolkata, on Tuesday. Photograph: PTI Photo Despite a boost in opposition numbers in Rajya Sabha against the contentious Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, the Bharatiya Janata Party is confident that the proposed legislation will be passed by the House with a comfortable majority on Wednesday when it is scheduled to be taken up for ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Rajya Sabha passes citizenship bill with 125-105 votes  Rediff.com1 month ago Citizenship bill faces crucial RS test today  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Will work out formula with NCP, Cong for govt formation: Uddhav

Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday said the Congress, the Nationalist Congress Party and his party will work out a formula for formation of the government in Maharashtra facing political uncertainty for nearly three weeks now.  IMAGE: Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray along with his son Aaditya addresses a press conference in Mumbai. Photograph: ANI Attacking the Bharatiya Janata Party over its claim that the Sena was in touch with the Congress-NCP since the October 24 poll ...
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Go wherever you want: Nitish to Pavan Varma

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday took umbrage at his senior party leader Pavan Varma for going public with reservations about the Janata Dal-United’s support to Citizenship (Amendment) Act and tie-up with Bharatiya Janata Party for Delhi assembly polls, and made it clear that the  scholarly" diplomat-turned-politician was "free to go wherever he likes". Kumar’s blunt remarks came two days after Varma, a former Rajya Sabha member, sent him a two-page letter on ...
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In Bihar, Shah seeks support for CAA; keeps mum on NRC/NPR

Shah also sought to dispel 'rumours' of discord within the NDA in Bihar, asserting that the upcoming assembly polls will be contested under Nitish Kumar's leadership. IMAGE: BJP president and Union Home Minister Amit Shah addresses an awareness rally on Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) at Kharauna Pokhar near Vaishali, on Thursday. Photograph: PTI Photo Hailing Bihar for giving 'the best response' to amended Citizenship Act, Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah on Thursday appealed to the ...
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'What do they gain by getting rid of 2 MPs?'

'The nominations were not meant to last permanently, but depended on the government of the day.''There was no question of revoking it during Congress, Janata Dal or even Vajpayee's NDA rule.''But Modi is different.'Ritwik Sharma reports. IMAGE: Members of the Anglo-Indian community in Kochi protest against the Narendra Damodardas Modi government's decision to end the Constitutional provisions of nominating Anglo-Indian representatives to the Lok Sabha and state assemblies, December 8, 2019.
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Wanted: Vision 20:20, not myopia

'The government may backpedal for now to stave off bad international press and diplomatic demarches, but that it will go ahead with putting religion at the centre of citizenship rules is certain.''For it is convinced that this is the magic bullet that will ensure its return to power in 2024,' says Saisuresh Sivaswamy. IMAGE: A protest against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act at the historic August Kranti Maidan in Mumbai, December 19, 2019. Photograph: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com   'What if?' ...
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What Modi may do in 2020

'The brutal violence of the UP government's first response to the anti-CAA protests suggests that the BJP will test drive the NPR/NRC in UP, where it has both a massive majority in the assembly and a chief minister whose instinct for Hindutva extremism and whose appetite for punitive policing allows a prime minister as darkly majoritarian as Modi to appear statesman-like,' notes Mukul Kesavan.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com   The Bharatiya Janata Party's Indian footprint, measured by ...
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2 killed in Karnataka; anti-CAA protests grip India

From Mumbai to Mangaluru and Delhi to Kolkata, simultaneous protests raged in India, defying prohibitory orders to voice dissent against the new citizenship law. IMAGE: Police personnel baton charge at protesters during their rally against NRC and amended Citizenship Act that turned violent, in Lucknow. Photograph: PTI Photo Simultaneous protests raged in multiple cities on Thursday with thousands-strong crowds of students, activists and others defying prohibitory orders to voice their dissent ...
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