Citizenship act

Delhi riots: Uneasy calm as forces take control of violence-hit areas, death toll continues to rise

Communal violence over the amended citizenship law in northeast Delhi has claimed over 34 lives so far after police struggled to check the rioters who ran amok on streets, burning and looting shops, pelting stones and thrashing people on Tuesday.

published on : 26th February 2020

IN PICS: Anti-CAA,NPR protest turn violent in Chennai, 170 detained by police

The protesters blocked interior streets and entrance to the Mint Bridge leading to a traffic snarl, forcing the 1,000 personnel strong police force deployed at the spot to intervene and remove them.

published on : 15th February 2020

Demolition of Bellandur shanties: BBMP, police in blame game as hundreds become homeless

The police and the Bengaluru civic body played the blame game after a BBMP official sent orders to Marathahalli police to bring down the shanties.

published on : 21st January 2020

The Million March: Anti-CAA, NRC rally brings Hyderabad to standstill

The protest went off peacefully without any untoward incident. 

published on : 5th January 2020

Citizenship Act stir: Deaths, 'azadi' slogans, internet shutdowns

Delhi, Lucknow, Mangaluru, Chennai -- the nationwide protests against the contentious Citizenship Act are gaining steam

published on : 20th December 2019

Citizenship Amendment Act stir: From Parvathy to Mammootty, Malayalam movie world reacts to student crackdown

After days of silence, the Malayalam movie industry has finally come out against the controversial Citizenship Act with prominent actors rallying to support those protesting against the new law.

published on : 18th December 2019

Citizenship Act stir: Delhi Police crackdown on protesting Jamia students draws flak

Protests against the Citizenship Act singed Delhi on Sunday with students of Jamia Millia Islamia University, who staged a sit-in, clashing with the police and getting caned and tear-gassed leaving 200 injured in New Friends Colony area. 

published on : 16th December 2019