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Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA)

Bail to Delhi riots accused Sharjeel Imam in sedition case, but jail to continue in larger conspiracy case
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Bail to Delhi riots accused Sharjeel Imam in sedition case, but jail to continue in larger conspiracy case

Bail granted to Sharjeel Imam in sedition case by Delhi High Court, but he remains in jail for the larger conspiracy case related to the 2020 Delhi riots.

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Adv. Nazia Khan explaines how CAA will benefit Muslim women in India. Interview
Adv. Nazia Khan explaines how CAA will benefit Muslim women in India.

The non-Muslim population has dwindled dramatically in Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan. Where have they gone? Does anyone know? Advocate Nazia Khan pointed out in an exclusive interview with Lawstreet Journal.

SC declines to stay Citizenship Amendment Act Judiciary
SC declines to stay Citizenship Amendment Act

Supreme Court declines to stay Citizenship Amendment Act rules, issuing notice for Centre's response by April 9, amidst debates on constitutionality.

CAA rules have unholy nexus with NRC; to act as incentives for Muslims to change faith for citizenship, Owaisi tells SC Judiciary
CAA rules have unholy nexus with NRC; to act as incentives for Muslims to change faith for citizenship, Owaisi tells SC

AIMIM's Asaduddin Owaisi challenges India's CAA in Supreme Court, claiming it incentivizes religious conversion for citizenship and discriminates against Muslims.

Minorities need not fear CAA, some parties indulging in vote bank politics, says Social Activist Amber Zaidi Interview
Minorities need not fear CAA, some parties indulging in vote bank politics, says Social Activist Amber Zaidi

Asserting that minorities in India have nothing to fear from the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), Social Activist Amber Zaidi said that some parties who want to play vote bank politics are creating fear and insecurity.

SC to hear plea for stay on CAA Rules on March 19

SC to examine plea against Citizenship Amendment Rules on March 19, as challenges to CAA's constitutionality and discrimination claims rise.

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