In a series of tweets, the Pakistan PM alleged the Indian government of moving systematically with a 'Hindu supremacist agenda'.
Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad said the situation in the entire country is very bad, be it the central or southern part, or even Delhi.
"As a friendly country, we hope that India will not do something that affects our friendly relationship," he said.
The venue is also scheduled to host Assam vs Jharkhand Ranji Trophy match from December 17 in the second round. However, the BCCI is now keeping a close eye on the law and order.
An influential Karnataka imam said illiteracy is a major problem for Muslim community in India, which prompted him to initiate a records rectification exercise, in consultation with other scholars.
The officer claimed that the protesters hurled stones and bricks at the policemen and when attempts to pacify them did not deter the mob, the security personnel opened fire at them.
The petitioners state that while they do not oppose the grant of citizenship to migrants, they are aggrieved by the discrimination and illegal classification based on religion.
At least two Bengali-speaking people were injured in police action when they were protesting against the CAB along with largely Assamese-speaking protestors.
The decision was taken Thursday night in view of the security situation in the region, Northeast Frontier Railway spokesperson Subhanan Chanda said.
An atmosphere is being created for granting citizenship to refugees, an editorial in party mouthpiece 'Saamana' said asking if the government will address the issue of intrusion by Pakistanis.
Guwahati, the epicentre of anti-CAB protests, was placed under indefinite curfew on Wednesday night while the Army was called in at four places and Assam Rifles personnel were deployed in Tripura.
Attacking the Modi government, Congress leader Kapil Sibal said those who had no idea of India cannot protect the idea of India.
BJP cited a statement made by former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to support the Bill while the Congress cited former deputy Prime Minister L K Advani to oppose it.
Shah said, 'Muslims should not worry...India can never become Muslim mukt...Muslims of this country have lived a life of honour and will continue to do so.'
MPs question in the Rajya Sabha how the government will ascertain whether the person applying for citizenship actually faced ‘religious persecution’.