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OIC’s condemnation

After more than a month since the Babri Mosque verdict was issued and weeks since ensuing violent protests in India over the controversial citizenship amendment act, the OIC has finally released a statement expressing concerns over both incidents. The Islamic

Indian citizenship bill step towards realisation of ‘Hindu Rashtra’: FO

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office on Thursday said the Indian citizen bill is another major step towards the realisation of the concept of ‘Hindu Rashtra’ idealised and relentlessly pursued by the right-wing Hindu leaders for several decades. At his weekly news briefing,

India has become a racist state due to its new law: Mazari

ISLAMABAD: Minister for Human Rights Shireen Mazari said that India has become a racist state according to its own new Citizenship Act law. Shireen Mazari tweeted about the Indian government’s newly passed law about its Citizenship Amendment bill that excludes

Indian IPS officer resigns to protest against Citizenship Bill

INDIA: An Indian Police Service officer on Wednesday announced his decision to quit government service in protests against controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) issued by the New Delhi’s parliament.  Abdur Rahman, who is currently posted in Mumbai, announced his resignation

Anti-Muslim citizenship bill

India has taken another step towards being a Hindu state by introducing a controversial citizenship act. The legislation fits into the Hindutva agenda of the fascist Modi government to marginalise the 200 million Muslims in India The bill seeks to

India passes ‘anti-Muslim’ citizenship bill

NEW DELHI: India’s lower House of Parliament (Lok Sabha) has passed the controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB), which will grant citizenship to religious minorities from neighbouring countries, but not Muslims. The bill, which seeks to amend the 1955 citizenship law,

India to table controversial citizenship bill in parliament

NEW DELHI: Bharatiya Janata Party-led Indian government will table the most controversial bill in the lower house of the parliament Lok Sabha on Monday, (Today) The bill will grant citizenship to religious minorities from neighbouring Muslim countries amid concerns it