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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

An Indian-American has suggested renaming the citizenship amendment act as the neighbor persecuted religious minority refugee act  will enable to establish the right perception that is at present difficult to challenge



After Seattle, Cambridge in the state of Massachusetts has become the second city in the United States to pass a resolution against the controversial citizenship amendment act and has asked India to repeal the CAA



Supreme Court of India on election candidates – “Winnability can’t be the only justification”– the Supreme Court has said that now it would be mandatory for all the political parties to upload the details of the poll candidate’s criminal history on their websites, on social media, and in newspapers within 48 hours of their selection and parties must submit the same details to the election commission within 72 hours of their selection with the reasons for selecting them, flagging an alarming rise in the “criminalization of politics” in the last four national elections



Transfusion of infected incompatible blood transfusion has created panic among patients in Hoshiarpur, Punjab – Dr. Ajay Bagga, a social activist, urges the central government to enact a separate legislation for storage, transportation, distribution and operation of blood banks in India which presently is regulated under the Drugs and Cosmetics act,1940 and Molecular technique known as Nucleic Acid Testing (NAT) technique must be made mandatory in all the blood banks to reduce the risk of transfusion-transmitted infections



Donald Trump’s trip to India could help seal administration’s another trade deal before the 2020 election, if he and Prime Minister Narendra Modi can come to terms during Trump’s official trip to India in less than two weeks



Pakistan’s court convicts Mumbai “mastermind” Lashkar-e-Taiba armed group founder Hafiz Saeed in terrorism financing case – Saeed was sentenced on two counts in the eastern city of Lahore on Wednesday – six months imprisonment for being a member of a “proscribed organization” under Pakistani law and another five years for a charge related to “illegal property”



Around 400 million social media users are set to lose their anonymity in India according to country’s controversial new rules for social media companies and messaging apps expected to be published later this month as governments around the world are trying to hold social media companies more countable for content that circulates on their platforms but it’s fake news races content, child porn or terrorism-related content



Play seeking voting rights for prisoners dismissed by the Delhi High Court- The bench noted the right to vote provided under the statute – Representation of the People Act – was subject to restrictions imposed by the law, which does not allow prisoners to cast vote from jails



The Delhi High Court has issued a notice to Centre and the government of Delhi on a petition filed by a student named Minhajuddin who lost his eye vision during the violence in Jamia Millia Islamia on December 15, 2019, and has sought compensation and registration of FIR against police personnel


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