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News watchdog slams ‘media trial’ of Umar Khalid, orders Zee, India TV, Aaj Tak to remove videos -Anupriya Chatterjee Zee News, Zee Hindustan, India TV & Aaj Tak ‘violated principles of impartiality, objectivity’ in five 2020 telecasts, News Broadcasting and Digital Standards Authority has said New Delhi: Criticising the “media trial” of Delhi riots-accused Umar Khalid and noting its “serious objection to sensationalist taglines and tickers”, the News Broadcasting and Digital Standards Authority (NBDSA) has ordered news channels Zee News, Zee Hindustan, India TV, and Aaj Tak to remove all...

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Will implement CAA when Covid pandemic ends: Amit Shah in Bengal

-Hindustan Times Although the controversial law was passed in 2019, the rules on how it is to be implemented have not been framed yet, and the government has said this will happen once the pandemic ends. The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) will be enforced as soon as the Covid-19 pandemic gets over, Union home minister Amit Shah said in West Bengal on Thursday, accusing the ruling Trinamool Congress in the state of...

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Guess who’s afraid of CAA-tested student power on campus? -Basant Kumar Mohanty

-The Telegraph First-year undergraduate and postgraduate candidates of Jamia Millia Islamia began a boycott of their online classes on Monday Most first-year undergraduate and postgraduate students of Jamia Millia Islamia began a boycott of their online classes on Monday, demanding reopening of physical classes amid a widespread feeling that the Centre wants them to stay away from a campus it deems troublesome. Some commentators had earlier expressed fears elsewhere that autocratic regimes could...

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In the climate of polarization, mental health of Muslims is worsening -Imaad ul Hasan Research published in the International Growth Center in 2020 found that Muslims were substantially more likely to report sadness and anxiety, as compared to upper-caste Hindus.    NEW DELHI — In the last week of December 2021, six female students were stopped from entering Government Women’s PU college in Udupi, Karnataka, for wearing a hijab. Soon afterwards, other colleges in the state followed suit, amidst protests, including Graduation Colleges.  Even though an...

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Home ministry seeks more time to frame CAA rules -Vijaita Singh

-The Hindu Consultation process is on, it tells parliamentary committee The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) sought has asked the parliamentary committee for more time to frame the rules of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 (CAA), on the grounds that consultation process is on. The Hindu reported earlier that MHA had sought another extension on January 9 from the parliamentary committees on subordinate legislation in the Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha to frame...

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