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BASIC countries call on industrialised countries to fulfill their climate commitments
The four advanced developing countries have listed out the issues that need to be resolved at Madrid for the current round of talks being chaired by Chile to be considered a success.

Chile-Madrid round of UN sponsored climate talks entered into overtime on Saturday
??Countries objected to the lack of ambition in the text as there were no effort to call on countries to step up their efforts to address climate change. Speaking for the alliance of small island states, Belize said, “This was a COP (conference of parties) of ambition, but seems we prefer looking backward rather than forward”.

View: India on a slippery slope towards an ethno-national state
The Statement of Objects and Reasons justifies the amendment by reference to the religious persecution of minorities in these countries, but the term persecution occurs nowhere in the text of the amended law, and an illegal migrant is not required to establish that s/he was driven out by religious persecution.

View: India has a moral responsibility towards religious minorities
It is a well-documented fact by several international organisations, including the United Nations, that in the theocratic states of Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan, the religious minorities Hindus, Jains, Sikhs and Parsis — have been persecuted for decades. The Muslims in these three countries are not persecuted on the basis of religion.

What lies ahead for Assam which is steadfastly, and often violently, protesting the new citizenship act?
rotesters claim the government was in a hurry to settle the issue of Hindu Bangladeshis being excluded from the NRC so that they don’t need to appear before a foreigners’ tribunal to contest exclusion from NRC. They point out that the government had reduced the minimum years of stay in India from six to five precisely for this.

Anti-Citizenship law protests rage on in NE, Bengal
Schools and offices remained shut in Guwahati, officials said. Suspension of internet services across Assam was extended for 48 hours till December 16 to prevent misuse of social media in disturbing peace and to maintain law and order in the state, additional chief secretary (home and political department) Sanjay Krishna said.

Climate Talks: India objects to silence of developed nations
Last year at the talks in Katowice, Poland, countries failed to finalise the rules for carbon markets and trading and they agreed to resolve their difference by this year’s annual meeting. However, a resolution on the carbon markets continues to elude.

Government will protect culture, identity of NE: Amit Shah
Hitting out at Rahul Gandhi, Shah said the former Congress president is making “noises” and is ignorant of India’s history as he wore “Italian sunglasses”.

Violence in Bengal; oil tanker set ablaze in Assam: Top developments
Protests against the amended Citizenship Act continued on Saturday in West Bengal and in some states in the northeast. While there was large-scale violence in Bengal, Assam DGP claimed that the situation was returning to normal in the state. UGC National Eligibility Test (NET) for candidates scheduled to appear in Assam and Meghalaya was postponed on Saturday due to unrest in the region.

'Don't insult Savarkar': Sena to Rahul Gandhi
The Shiv Sena, which is an ally of the Congress in Maharashtra, has reacted strongly to Rahul Gandhi's jibe 'My name is not Rahul Savarkar.' Sena leader Sanjay Raut took to Twitter to send out a clear message to the Congress that there cannot be any compromise on reverence to Savarkar.

India firm favourites going into first ODI vs WI
India will have their tails up when they play West Indies in the first One-day International against the West Indies on Sunday. Virat Kohli's men have the momentum after winning the T20 series with a splendid batting performance in Mumbai where Rohit Sharma, K L Rahul and the captain himself displayed terrific form.

PM Modi chairs first National Ganga Council meet
PM Modi chaired first meeting of the National Ganga Council and said that rejuvenation of the river should be a shining example of cooperative federalism. He also reviewed the progress of works under the ambitious Namami Gange project in the stretch of the river that is considered the most polluted, and deliberated on various aspects of cleaning the river with focus on 'swachhta', 'aviralta' and 'nirmalta'.

Nitish Kumar not in favour of NRC: Prashant Kishor
Senior JD(U) leader and well-known poll strategist Prashant Kishor has said Nitish Kumar is not in favour of the National Register of Citizens (NRC). Kishor met the Bihar CM amidst reports of apparent differences between the two over the party’s recent support to the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill (CAB) in Parliament.

Air India needs to survive till it is sold: Lohani
Cash-strapped Air India is now finding it hard to continue operations in the absence of any equity infusion from the government so far this fiscal. The divestment-bound airline's CMD Ashwani Lohani said in a late Saturday night Facebook post: "Air India needs to survive till it is sold. I wonder why is it so difficult for this appreciation to sink in..."

'Rahul Jinnah 'more appropriate' name for Rahul'
Targeting Gandhi, BJP spokesperson G V L Narasimha Rao said, "The more appropriate name for you Rahul Gandhi is RAHUL JINNAH. Your Muslim appeasement politics and mindset makes you a worthy legatee of Mohammad Ali Jinnah, not Savarkar."

UP: 18-yr-old girl raped, set ablaze by uncle
Close to the heels of Unnao rape case, an 18-year-old girl was allegedly raped by her relative at Ubhipur village of Fatehpur district on Saturday. The girl was allegedly set ablaze by the relative after being raped. “The girl has been referred to Hallet hospital in Kanpur where she is undergoing treatment,” said Prasant Verma, SP Fetehpur.

Nirbhaya rape case convicts under depression, police keep a close watch: Tihar jail sources

Nirbhaya rape case convicts under depression, police keep a close watch: Tihar jail sourcesNew Delhi: The four convicts facing death in the 2012 Nirbhaya rape and murder case are under depression and Tihar Jail officials are keeping a close watch to ensure they do not harm themselves, prison sources said on Friday. Four-five security personnel have been assigned to each of the four convicts, the sources said. The four - Akshay, Mukesh, Pawan Gupta and Vinay Sharma - have also reduced their food intake, they added.

BJP will think positively if allies withdraw Sena-led govt's support: Shelar

BJP will think positively if allies withdraw Sena-led govt's support: ShelarBJP will think positively if allies withdraw Sena-led govt's support: Shelar Nasik, Dec 14 (PTI) If constituents of the Shiv Sena-led Maharashtra government choose to withdraw support over implementation of the new citizenship law, the BJP will think positively as the party is ready to make a political compromise if needed, a BJP leader said here on Saturday.

Noida: After husband jumped to death at metro station, woman commits suicide with daughter

Noida: After husband jumped to death at metro station, woman commits suicide with daughterNoida (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Dec 14 (ANI): Hours after her husband jumped to death at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium metro station in New Delhi, a woman along with her five-year-old daughter on late Friday night allegedly committed suicide by hanging themselves from a ceiling fan at their residence.

Rape and Racketeering: Ugly, Unpunished World of Indian Yoga Gurus

Rape and Racketeering: Ugly, Unpunished World of Indian Yoga GurusYoga preaches humility, patience and kindness, and such traits are usually absent in self-professed know-all gurus.

Injured in ‘Accident’, Unnao Lawyer Now Speaks Only Through Tears

Injured in ‘Accident’, Unnao Lawyer Now Speaks Only Through TearsThe lawyer’s brother says while he opens his eyes to look at him, he is unsure if the lawyer recognises him.

IPL 2020 auction: Full list of 332 players ranked according to base price

IPL 2020 auction: Full list of 332 players ranked according to base priceIPL Auction 2020 Players List: Former Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) player Robin Uthappa has opted for the highest base price of Rs 1.5 crore for an Indian capped player whereas Piyush Chawla, Yusuf Pathan and Jaydev Unadkat have set their base price at Rs 1 crore.

Centre moves to recover Rs 350 crore in taxes from Dera Sacha Sauda

Centre moves to recover Rs 350 crore in taxes from Dera Sacha SaudaIn August 2017, HC had stayed the sale, transfer, alienation or encumbrance of the Dera properties after it said that a decision will be taken whether damages can be recovered from the Dera for the arson caused by its followers.

Tension escalates in West Bengal over Citizenship Act, internet blackout to continue in Assam till Monday
In the Noth Eastern state of Assam, the situation became better after the imposition of curfew. More than 100 protesting people were taken into custody by the Assam police and nearly 2,000 were detained. The Assam government is ta
Terrorist hideout busted in Jammu and Kashmir`s Baramulla
During the search of the jungle area in a joint operation by Indian Army’s 32 Rashtriya Rifle, Jammu and Kashmir Police’s Special Operation Group based in Rafiabad, and 92 battalions of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), the
Veer Savarkar`s grandson slams Rahul Gandhi, says `it would have been a matter of embarrassment had his surname been Savarkar`
Rahul launched a scathing attack on the Narendra Modi-led BJP government at the Centre in its massive 'Bharat Bachao' rally saying that he will never apologise for the speaking the truth. Saying that his name was Rahul Gandhi and
Swaroop Singh Kuntal awarded Chief of Army Staff Commendation Card by Army Chief General Bipin Rawat
Ultraman consists of 10 km swimming, 424 km cycling and 84 km running, was organised by Delhi International Triathlon from November 23-25 in Delhi- Gurgaon.
Nirbhaya gang-rape and murder case: Hangman asked to maintain secrecy, be alert
"Till now, I was talking to the media about it. I always wished to carry out the hanging of the four convicts. Since the matter is quite sensitive and involves legalities and the Tihar jail administration has secretly contacted th
Fire in Delhi`s Shalimar Bagh kills three
A total of seven fire tenders vehicle were rushed to the spot. Several people were rescued by the firefighters.
No compromise on Savarkar, says Shiv Sena`s Sanjay Raut
Hours after former Congress president Rahul Gandhi's statement on Savarkar, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said the Hindu ideologue had also a major contribution in the freedom movement like Jawaharlal Nehru and Mahatma Gandhi. 
Rail services hit, several trains cancelled in West Bengal as anti-Citizenship Act protests turn violent
Trains were stopped at Jangipur, Mahipal and other railway stations nearby. Protestors also torched down a ticket counter at Sakrail railway station. Railway equipment kept at Eastern Railway's Beldanga station was burnt by protes
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Violent protests over new citizenship law rock West Bengal; Mamata warns of 'strict action'
Protestors reportedly targeted railway properties in Murshidabad, Howrah and Malda districts.

In meeting with Nitish Kumar, Prashant Kishor offers to quit JD(U): Report
Kishore has been attacking the JD(U) ever since the NDA ally decided to support the Citizenship Amendment Bill in the Parliament.

Miss World 2019: Jamaica's Toni-Ann Singh declared winner, India third
Toni-Ann Singh from Jamaica has been declared the 69th Miss World

Did Sunil Grover just hint Salman Khan might marry Katrina Kaif?
Sunil Grover called himself 'hotter than Katrina Kaif' in the latest episode of Bigg Boss 13

Bigg Boss 13: Arhaan Khan hid another secret from Rashami Desai, reveals Salman Khan
Salman Khan made yet another revelation for Arhaan Khan, revealed by Rashami Desai's brother Gaurav

Editors Guild Seeks Withdrawal of I&B Ministry's Advisory to TV Channels on Citizenship Act
The advisory was issued after some TV channels beamed footage of violent protests in the northeast against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill that was passed by Parliament on Wednesday.

On Shopping Spree, Onions Free: Maharashtra Cloth Shop Offers 1 Kg Bulbs on Rs 1,000 Purchase
As onion prices shot as high up as Rs 100 per kilogram, a shop in Ulhasnagar saw a spike in business after it announced the offer.

In an Attempt to Scare His Friend, Drunk Man Runs Over Petrol Pump Worker; Victim's Leg Amputated
Kavi Nagar Station House Officer Mohammad Aslam said that the SUV driver perhaps wanted to shock the victim by driving close to him but lost control of the vehicle.

Longing for Dad at Home, Child Writes to Maharashtra CM for Pay Hike
Ambad resident Shriya Harale, who used to constantly pester her father to spend more time at home with her, on Friday wrote a letter in Marathi, detailing her wish to spend quality time with him.

Meghalaya Govt to Pass Resolution Seeking Inner Line Permit in State
The move came after the state witnessed pitched protests against the amended Citizenship Act, that seeks to grant Indian citizenship to religious minorities of Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Pakistan fleeing persecution there.

Jamia Students Call off Lockdown Against Citizenship Act; Univ Announces Vacation Till Jan 5
The university had turned into a virtual battlefield on Friday when students and policemen clashed with each other as students tried to march to Parliament in protest against the legislation.

Up to 25% of FASTag Lanes to be Temporarily Converted to Hybrid Lanes at NH Toll Plazas
The government earlier had announced rollout of mandatory FASTag under electronic toll collection from December 1, which was later extended to December 15, 2019.

Army Chief Bipin Rawat Bats for 'Leaner and Meaner' Force
The country's defence forces have transitioned from balancing to leveraging power, Bipin Rawat said, pointing out that the response to Uri and Pulwama terror attacks was 'significantly robust as against our inaction after 26/11'.

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Gold tumbles Rs 232 to Rs 38,486 on stronger rupee
Gold prices on Friday fell by Rs 232 to Rs 38,486 per 10 gram in the national capital on stronger rupee, according to HDFC Securities. In the previo

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Gold prices rise Rs 71 to Rs 38,564, silver jumps Rs 359
Gold on Thursday rose Rs 71 to Rs 38,564 per 10 gram in the national capital reflecting overnight gains in international prices amid strengthening ru

Citizenship Amendment Bill: India's West Bengal hit by protests
The UK, US and Canada have warned people visiting India's north-east to "exercise caution".

Rape in India: How Rahul Gandhi and Narendra Modi both made it a political issue
Rahul Gandhi is now under attack, but PM Narendra Modi has also invoked rape to win elections.

German court sentences Indian couple for spying on Kashmiri and Sikh groups
The husband and wife spied on Kashmiri and Sikh groups for India's intelligence agency.

Bangalore: Dummies in police uniforms 'control' city traffic
Officials in India hope drivers will mistake them for real police and be less likely to break rules.

Viewpoint: Are Indian unicorns like Paytm and Zomato too powerful?
With massive funding from global sources, a handful of Indian start-ups are influencing policy.

Delhi factory fire: More than 40 dead in India blaze
The blaze, which erupted in the Indian capital's congested old quarter, killed at least 43 people.

Unnao rape case: Indian woman set on fire on way to hearing dies
The 23-year-old suffered 90% burns after being attacked by men including the alleged rapists.

Hyderabad case: Police kill suspects in rape and murder of Indian vet
Thousands of people celebrate the killings, while the woman's mother says "justice has been done".

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15 Indian-origin MPs register strong result in UK election
Indian-origin candidates across both the ruling Conservative and Opposition Labour parties registered equally strong results of seven wins each in the UK's General Election on Thursday, with around a dozen MPs retaining their seats alongside some new faces, taking their number in the UK's lower house up to 15.

UK General Election to throw up good result for Indian-origin candidates
"The next Parliament looks set to be our most-diverse ever - with more ethnic minority candidates likely to be elected whichever way the political pendulum swings on election night," says an analysis by the British Future think tank. The ethnic minority surge in the no. of MPs is expected to include all the Indian-origin MPs from the last election, except Labour's Keith Vaz.

2 Indian students killed in hit and run crash in US
Judy Stanley (23), and Vybhav Gopisetty (26), were graduate students of the Tennessee State University (TSU) and were pursuing food science degrees in the College of Agriculture, the university said. The university students have raised-- through a GoFundMe Page-- more than USD 42,000 for their last rites and funeral in India.

Indian University opens first ever chapter in Qatar for diaspora
Maharashtra's Savitribai Phule Pune Universit(STPU) and Qatar's Milestone International Education signed an MoU enabling the University to set up its campus in Doha

Indian-origin CEO sentenced to over 4 yrs in prison for securities fraud
Anilesh Ahuja, 51 was the founder, chief executive officer, and chief investment officer of Premium Point Investments (PPI). He was sentenced to 50 months in prison in connection with his conviction following a jury trial for engaging in a securities mismarking scheme from 2014 to 2016, Attorney for the US Audrey Strauss said.

Indians charged in money laundering gang bust in UK
The 10 suspects, including a woman, were arrested earlier this week by the UK's National Crime Agency (NCA). The suspects, aged between 30 and 44, had been arrested as part of an NCA investigation into a conspiracy to launder millions of pounds of money made through drug trafficking and organised immigration crime.

South African Indian grandson revives cinema empire destroyed by apartheid
The internationally-acclaimed Avalon Group founded by AB Moosa snr 80 years ago has revived its landmark cinemas in Cape Town. The group holds several records, including being the first in South Africa to show a film from what has now come to be known as Bollywood. The landmark cinemas has been revived by the family's third-generation CEO AB Moosa.

Senators urged to remove country cap on Green Card
The case of work-visa holders from India, clearly illustrates the nature, substance and details of the impediments to legal immigration in America, it said.

Jagan most searched on Google in State; Naidu most followed on Twitter, FB
Jana Sena Party chief Pawan Kalyan was the most searched on YouTube in the past six months

GST dues: Shiv Sena warns of confrontation with Centre
Centre has caused serious losses to States, yet PM has money to travel: Saamana

Chittor police launch ‘Abhayam’ for safety of women
Campaign aims at creating awareness among women, girls and children

Couple ‘commit suicide’ near Palamaner
A couple, Amarnath (32) and Anjali (24), allegedly committed suicide by hanging from a tree on the outskirts of Penugolakala village of Peddapanjani m

Mines, power plants causing pollution in Tamnar-Gharghoda region: NGT team
With 25 projects in just two blocks, Raigarh area in Chhattisgarh is close to exceeding environmental carrying capacity

300 Dalit families enter temple for first time in Kurnool district
Intervention of authorities help them have a darshan at 200 year old temple

Krishi mela inaugurated
A three- day Krishi Mela was began at the campus of University of Agriculture Science in Raichur on Saturday. Sri Sidda Totendra Shivacharyaru of Kori

Saligrama incident: 17 booked
Cases have been booked against 17 persons, including the brother of former Minister and K.R. Nagar JD(S) MLA S.R. Mahesh, in connection with the recen

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El príncipe de la jungla de Nueva Delhi
Durante cuarenta años, periodistas de todo el mundo cubrieron la historia de la excéntrica familia real de Oudh, unos aristócratas desplazados que vivían en un ruinoso palacio en la capital de India. Era un relato trágico y sorprendente. Pero ¿era verdad?

2 Dead in Protests Over India’s Religion-Based Citizenship Bill
Demonstrators defied troops and a curfew after the bill, which would make it easier for some non-Muslim migrants to become citizens, was approved in Parliament.

Indian Parliament Passes Divisive Citizenship Bill, Moving It Closer to Law
The government says it is trying to protect religious minorities from being persecuted in Muslim countries. Indian Muslims say the bill is discriminatory, and protests are spreading.

‘There Were No Safety Features’: Outrage Follows New Delhi Fire
The blaze at an illegal factory in New Delhi was one of the worst in recent years. The victims were migrant laborers from poor villages.

India Steps Toward Making Naturalization Harder for Muslims
A bill establishing a religious test for immigrants has passed the lower house of Parliament, a major step for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu-nationalist agenda.

At Least 43 Dead in New Delhi Building Fire
Firefighters were stymied by narrow alleys near where the blaze erupted, in a building used for making paper products and purses.

After Horrific Rape in India, Police Kill 4 Suspects
The police said the men linked to the Hyderabad case had gone for officers’ guns. Rights activists questioned the police’s account, while many Indians celebrated.

See How the World’s Most Polluted Air Compares With Your City’s
From the Bay Area to New Delhi, explore air pollution around the world.

Bipin Rawat Bats For "Leaner And Meaner" Force
Stating that threats to national security are becoming more and more complex, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on Saturday advocated a "leaner and meaner force" which can secure quick victories.
"History Has Not Done Justice To Sardar Patel": Vice President
Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu said on Saturday that history has not done justice to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the country's first home minister.
Bayern Munich's Sarpreet Becomes Bundesliga's 1st Indian-Origin Player
Sarpreet Singh made his debut for Bayern Munich when he was introduced for hat-trick scorer Philippe Coutinho.
Delhi Traffic Police Issues Advisory Ahead Of Today's Half Marathon
The Delhi traffic police has issued a traffic advisory in view of ''One India Run Half Marathon'' on Sunday.
PM Modi To Kick Off Delhi Assembly Election Campaign Next Week
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on December 22 launch the BJP's campaign for the upcoming Delhi Assembly polls by addressing a rally at Ramlila Maidan, which will be attended by residents of...
Ravi Shastri Concerned About MS Dhoni's Fitness Ahead Of T20 World Cup
Ravi Shastri feels only MS Dhoni knows whether his body will be able to cope up with rigours of international cricket after a break.
85 Arrested In Assam Over Violence During Citizenship Act Protest: Police
Assam Director General of Police (DGP) Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta on Saturday said 85 people have been arrested so far in connection with violent incidents during protests against the amended Citizenship...
Aurangabad Sena-BJP Alliance On The Rocks Over Water Scheme
A day after the deputy mayor of Aurangabad in Maharashtra submitted his resignation to the municipal commissioner following the state government's stay on a water supply project, 31 other corporators,...
'RN Kao: Gentleman Spymaster' book is a look into early years of RandAW

'RN Kao: Gentleman Spymaster' book is a look into early years of RandAWA book on the life of first chief of India's intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RandAW) 'RN Kao: Gentleman Spymaster' was launched on December 13. The book has been penned down by national security analyst and author, Nitin A Gokhale. The book reveals how the agency ran a 27-month-long, ruthless operation between December 1972 and May 1975. Army Chief General Bipin Rawat was also graced the launch event.

US, Canada issue 'travel advisory' for Northeast amid anti-citizenship act protests

US, Canada issue 'travel advisory' for Northeast amid anti-citizenship act protestsAmid protests in northeastern states of India against the amended Citizenship Act, many countries including US, UK, France and Canada have issued travel advisories for their citizens asking them to "exercise caution" while travelling to the region. The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019 that became an Act after President Ram Nath Kovind on Thursday gave his assent to it, has triggered protests in the country, especially in Assam, where curfew has been imposed in some areas.

'Discriminatory against Muslims', UN advises India to review Citizenship Act

'Discriminatory against Muslims', UN advises India to review Citizenship ActThe United Nations human rights office voiced concern on Friday that India's new citizenship law is "fundamentally discriminatory in nature" by excluding Muslims and called for it to be reviewed. Violent clashes erupted in Delhi between police and thousands of university students on Friday protesting the enactment of the contentious new law.

Our responsibility to stand with Indian Muslims: Pak Minister

Our responsibility to stand with Indian Muslims: Pak MinisterPakistan Railway Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmad gave a speech in Lahore urging his country's citizens to stand in solidarity with Indian Muslims. Referring to Citizenship (Amendment) Act which witnessed nationwide protest in India, Sheikh Rashid said, "It's our responsibility to stand in solidarity with Muslims of Kashmir and India. The way India's Modi Mussolini Hitler is creating problems for Indian Muslims, differences between India and Pakistan will increase which might drag both countries to a war."

Congress rally not about 'Bharat Bachao', but for 'Parivaar Bachao': Prakash Javadekar

Congress rally not about 'Bharat Bachao', but for 'Parivaar Bachao': Prakash JavadekarUnion Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Prakash Javadekar hit out at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi over his 'Bharat Bachao' rally in New Delhi. He said, "It was nothing but 'Parivaar Bacchao' rally. Country will never forgive him over his 'Rape in India' remark. Pakistan's and Congress party's language is same."

Modi failed to meet his promise of $5 trillion Indian economy

Modi failed to meet his promise of $5 trillion Indian economyThe promises include India's economy touching $5 trillion by 2024, doubling farmers' income, generating employment for 2 cr youth each year. Now it has been proven that these promises were false and the people of the country were misled: Ex PM Dr Manmohan Singh

Modi leaves Assam burning, Rahul Gandhi targets govt for anti CAB protest

Modi leaves Assam burning, Rahul Gandhi targets govt for anti CAB protestNorth-East India is under the grip of intense protests after the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill was passed by the Lok Sabha on Monday night. People have been protesting on the streets of Assam before and afterwards, with thousands of protestors marched on the streets with burning torches in their hands.

Constitution will be destroyed, Priyanka Gandhi targets Modi govt on CAB and NRC

Constitution will be destroyed, Priyanka Gandhi targets Modi govt on CAB and NRCAt the Bharat Bachao Rally (Save India Rally) organised by the Congress at Ramlila Grounds Delhi, Priyanka Gandhi said, "One who doesn't fight against injustice in the country will be judged as a coward. If we remain silent, our revolutionary Constitution will be destroyed and country's division will start."

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'Maybe 10, 15 years later, Rahul may mature'
'This business of monopoly of one family must end.''Here, they picked up a few leaders for him as he needed support which was okay, but later, they became his cronies.'

Trump didn't conspire with Russia: US attorney general
'While this (Mueller's) report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him" and sets out evidence on "both sides of the question'

Update: Bumrah has 'recovered' after hurting shoulder
His condition will be 'assessed' on Monday, the Mumbai Indians team management said.

How Rishabh Pant brightened his WC selection prospects
I am glad to bat anywhere the team wants me to: Pant

How to enhance your medical insurance coverage
A sum insured of Rs 3 lakh to Rs 5 lakh may have been sufficient seven-eight years ago but would be inadequate today, especially for people living in metros, points out Sanjay Kumar Singh.

This athlete's fitness journey will baffle you
Raipur's Nami Rai didn't let marriage or lack of sporting facilities affect her love for fitness.

Why Akshay Kumar feels LUCKY
'I am 51 now. I think I can do action till 56.' 'After that, God knows.'

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