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NRI Bharat Barai Inculpates Sonia Gandhi and Congress for Anti-CAA/NRC/NPR unrest in India

CHICAGO – BJP-RSS ideologue and a staunch Modi-supporter NRI, Dr Bharat Barai hosted a press conference here and alleged that it is Sonia Gandhi and Gandhi Family’s Congress Party that is organizing the ongoing Anti-CAA, Anti-NRC and Anti-NPR unrests all over India. Terming the CAA a “one time exception” Barai stressed that there is nothing wrong in the CAA. He addressed Chicagoland based Indian mediamen.

Five reportedly died in violent protests in UP, wide spread protest across the country

 At least five persons died as violent protests over the amended Citizenship Act intensified across western Uttar Pradesh on Friday while a car was set on fire in Delhi’s Daryaganj area, prompting the Home Ministry to clarify that no Indian would be harassed by asking to submit old documents to prove citizenship.

Expelled BJP MLA Kuldip Sengar, 53, gets life term till death in Unnao rape

Expelled BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar, 53, will remain in jail for his entire life for raping a woman in Unnao in 2017, a Delhi court said on Friday while sentencing him for life.

Nationwide CAA protests indicate BJP fail to smell ground realities

Soon after the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) was passed by the Rajya Sabha on December 11, a friend driving back from Parliament found groups of people on the roadside near Delhi’s Muslim-dominated Nizamuddin area

UK PM, Boris accepts invitation to visit India

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi congratulated Mr. Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (UK) over the telephone on his electoral victory in the recently concluded elections in UK.

Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019 clears Rajya Sabha test with 125 votes for, 105 against it

The Rajya Sabha on Wednesday passed the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019 with 125 members voting for it and 105 voting against it. The bill seeks to fast-track citizenship to persecuted minorities coming to India from three neighbouring countries - Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan excluding Muslims.

Indefinite curfew in Guwahati, Mobile, internet services cut

Curfew was imposed in Guwahati for an indefinite period and mobile internet services was suspended in 10 districts in Assam as protests against the contentious Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) continued to rock the state on a day the legislation was introduced in the Rajya Sabha.

Citizenship Amendment Bill addresses illegal immigrants’ issue in one go: BJP

The proposed Bill is a continuation of that unfinished agenda. It has become necessary that the issue of the illegal immigrants be addressed in one go, as their numbers have swelled to millions in the last several decades.

CAB-NRC poses the gravest threat to India’s secular democratic constitution

The CAB-NRC poses the gravest threat to India’s secular democratic constitution since India became a republic, and must be fought with a nation-wide civil disobedience movement. The contours of this struggle need to be worked out by We the People.

Rahul Bajaj’s candid and bold comments irks Ministers

Rahul Bajaj showed the courage to express what a lot of people have been saying in private but lack guts to say in public at a major forum… What is bothersome is the BJP’s response to his candid and bold comments

Alleged rapists on bail set fire on victim after pouring oil on her, she dies

The Unnao rape victim who was set ablaze by pouring oil on her by perpetrators on Thursday, passed away at Safdarjung Hospital here on Friday night after doctors failed to revive her following a cardiac arrest. 

A lesser-known narrative of Ayodhya from 1857 — and the dispute

Records show that back in 1856-57, Hindus led by Baba Ram Charan Das and Muslims led by a local Muslim landlord of Ayodhya, Achhan Khan, decided to maintain communal harmony and made a pact to pray within the temple-mosque site in two demarcated portions.

‘Cold-blooded murders, police ought not have done it’: Ex-Kerala HC judge

All the four accused in the rape and murder of veterinary doctor were killed on Friday early morning in an encounter at a spot where they had burnt her body in Chatanaplly.

UP gang-rape survivor set on fire, ran a kilometre seeking help

The Unnao rape survivor being taken to New Delhi for intensive treatment on Thursday.   The Unnao rape survivor ran for almost a kilometer covered in flames on the stretch from Gaura town to the railway station in Unnao, shouting for help but the villagers branded her a witch on seeing her burnt skin.

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