“Save Constitution, Save India, No to CAA, NRC, Reject CAA, Reject NRC" were the slogans repeated by the women while fluttering the tricolour.
Himanta Biswa Sarma said the CAA beneficiaries would not be able to give evidence of their religious persecution in Bangladesh as police stations there were unlikely to give any documents
Modi government has quickly "changed gears" and is now talking of NPR instead of NRC after the Assam fiasco, he said.
The court was hearing a plea filed by Azad seeking modification of the conditions imposed on him in his bail order.
In a hard-hitting editorial, it said the governor who spoke to the media without understanding the stature of the position being held by him, was making 'political statements'.
'The intellectuals who are opposing the Citizenship Amendment Act are spineless. They are devils and parasites,' Dilip Ghosh said at a rally in West Bengal on Friday.
District judge Sanjay Kumar Pachori on Friday allowed their bail pleas and directed that they be released after furnishing two sureties each of Rs one lakh each.
Following the recent detention of protesters by the city police after the massive flash protest at Tolichowki, WhatsApp groups have become more careful about what they post.
On Rohith’s 4th death anniversary, his mother announces rally against CAA, NRC; says government wants to wipe out minorities
In the intervening night of Thursday and Friday, Congress leader Salman Khursheed made a surprise visit to support the protesters of Jamia, where protests have been on for 36 days now.
The students were later informed by the police that they were allowed to protest only until 10 pm, after which they would be detained.
Frustration towards the system and negativity are driving them. At the same time, they are motivated to do something for the country. So, the demonstration is a mix of both.
DMK leader and MP says the central government is trying to make India a Hindi-speaking, Hindu nation
This comes after Bar announced its members would not appear for her, as she displayed a ‘Free Kashmir’ placard
Accusing the police of framing sedition charges against Nalini, a Dalit woman, they believe there is a need for legal support, and requested them to cooperate.