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Today's News Headlines -The Best and Trending Shots of the Day
Today's News Headlines -The Best and Trending Shots of the Day

Citizenship law is India’s internal matter, says France –

The assertion came after close to 600 lawmakers in the 751 members Parliament moved six resolutions against the CAA.

The lawmakers said the CAA marked a dangerous shift in India’s citizenship regime.



Prime Minister Narendra Modi cancels his second trip to Northeast amid protest again citizenship law –

Narendra Modi was forced to cancel his second trip to Northeast due to the rating agitation against the CAA.

He was supposed to inaugurate the youth games called Khelo India in Gauhati on January 10.

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Proof of religion necessary for applications under citizenship law –

Migrants from Bangladesh Afghanistan and Pakistan should mandatorily provide proof of their religious beliefs who wish to avail of the benefits of CAA.

Similarly, applicants belonging to Christian, Buddhist, Sikh, Hindu, Jains beliefs are also required to furnish documents to prove that they entered India on or before 31st December 2014.

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Electoral bonds – law ministry told the Narendra Modi government bypassing Rajya Sabha illegal, but signed off anyway –

Documents obtained under RTI revealed that crucial discussions on allowing shell companies to secretly fun political parties were not officially recorded.

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Seven million form 620 km human chain in Kerala to protest against the citizenship law –

The protesters against CAA formed a 620 km long human chain from Kasaragod in North Kerala to Kaliyikkavila in the south.

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Supreme Court of India notice to Centre on a fresh petition against national population register –

The SC on Monday sought the Centre’s response to a plea challenging the constitutional validity of amended CAA and updation of the national population register (NPR) saying the data collection may lead to unsanctioned state surveillance and is a gross invasion of privacy.

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Bhopal gas leak case – the Supreme Court of India can now undo collusion between union carbide, the Indian government–

The union carbide and Indian government in 1989 together reduce the number and extent of injury that Bhopal gas leak cost.

Now the Supreme Court has received a curative petition on it.

For 35 years Bhopal and its thousands of victims of the world‘s worst industrial disaster have waited for Justice often without much hope.

Now the SSC has a precious opportunity that may never be repeated, to set right a debilitating injustice committed on the citizens of India by not only the American corporation union carbide but also its own elected government.

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Nirbhaya’s case – SC to hear death row convicts plea against the dismissal of mercy petition–

One of the death row convicts namely Mukesh Kumar Singh has challenged the rejection of his mercy petition to President Ramnath Kovind On January 17.

The SC will hear his writ plea today scheduled at 12:30 PM.


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The Supreme Court allows the introduction & relocation of African cheetahs to India’s Madhya Pradesh-

The Supreme Court had said in August that it was not against the ambitious project to relocate African cheetah from Namibia to Nauradehi wildlife sanctuary in Madhya Pradesh.

The SC also said that the International Union for the conservation of nature (IUCN) which provides inputs to governments and institutions on biodiversity, climate change, and sustainable development has given no objection for the translocation of the cheetahs.

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The Supreme Court of India notice to Centre on plea against transgender act –

The SC issued a notice to the Central government on a petition alleging that legislation drafted to protect transgender persons was violative of their rights.

The plea challenged the validity of the transgender Persons Protection of Rights Act, 2019, arguing that it treats the trans community with suspicion and reinforces prejudices against them

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