Protesters, cops clash outside Meghalaya Raj Bhavan

A rally on Friday demanding the Meghalaya governor‘s nod to a proposed ordinance seeking mandatory registration of outsiders entering the state turned ugly as the agitators clashed with the police in front of the Raj Bhavan which left 25 injured.…

UN wades into citizenship row, says studying situation

The United Nations is closely analysing the possible consequences of India‘s amended Citizenship Act, a spokesperson for UN chief Antonio Guterres has said, insisting that the world body has its basic principles, including those enshrined in the Universal Declaration of…

Assam continues to burn, 2 die in police firing

PM Modi appealed for calm and sought to assuage the concerns of protesters, insisting his government was committed to safeguard their rights. IMAGE: A policeman fires teargas shells to disperse protesters during a clash as they march against the Citizenship…

India hits back at Imran Khan for criticising CAB

India on Thursday hit back at Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan for slamming the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, saying such ‘unwarranted‘ criticism cannot absolve Islamabad of the ‘blatant persecution‘ of religious minorities in the neighbouring country. External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Raveesh…