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  • In pictures: Delhi clashes

    Protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) took a violent turn in northeast Delhi, killing seven people so far, just as US President Donald Trump is completing his first official visit to the country, reports The Statesman. Reader discretion is advised, as some of the images may disturb or offend some people.

  • CCTV footage shows police brutality at Delhi's Jamia Millia University

    In a video released by Jamia Co-ordination Committee yesterday, Delhi police officers can be seen beating up students in the library of Jamia Millia Islamia University on December 15 last year.

  • Shot fired at anti-CAA protest in Delhi, one hurt

    An unidentified man fired at a protest against India's new citizenship law near a university in Delhi, wounding a student, witnesses say, the first such incident in the capital during more than a month of demonstrations.

  • Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal

    NRC, CAA are India’s internal affairs: Home Minister

    Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan yesterday told parliament that Bangladesh is intensely observing Indian’s internal situation regarding the country’s controversial National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

  • NRC-CAA protest makes its way to Kolkata football field

    National Register of Citizens-Citizen Amendment Act (NRC-CAA) that takes centre stage at Kolkata derby football match.

  • ‘Refusing to implement CAA unconstitutional’

    There is no way an Indian state can refuse to implement the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) when it has already been passed by the parliament and doing so would be “unconstitutional,” Kapil Sibal, a former law minister of India, says.

  • Punjab passes anti-CAA resolution following Kerala

    Congress-ruled Punjab state legislative assembly passes a resolution demanding that the Indian government scrap the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), becoming the second state to do so after Marxist-ruled Kerala.