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Protests, blasts mar India's Republic Day celebrations (1)
January 26, 2020 Hundreds of thousands of Indians protested across the country on Sunday against a citizenship bill that many fear is discriminatory against the minority Muslim community. The protests, which began last month, gathered fresh momentum as India celebrated Republic Day, in commemoration of the day the Indian constitution came into effect. In the southern state of Kerala, organizers said more than a hundred
Anti-CAA protests by large number of Indian-Americans mar Republic Day celebrations in US (4)
PTI | Updated: Jan 27, 2020, 08:16 IST India's 71st Republic day celebrations in the US on Sunday were marred by protests and marches, albeit peaceful ones, against recent changes in the citizenship law by large number of Indian Americans in various cities of the country. Image via Twitter WASHINGTON: India's 71st Republic day celebrations in the US on Sunday were marred by protests and marches, albeit peaceful ones, against recent
Jinnah's idea winning in India: Shashi Tharoor on CAA (3)
By Meraj Bhat Jaipur, Jan 27 (PTI) Senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has said if the CAA leads to the implementation of the NPR and the NRC, it would be a complete victory for Pakistan's founding father Muhammad Ali Jinnah. He said Jinnah's idea of a country was already winning in India with the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) coming into effect, but asserted that there was still a choice available.
'Stronger together': Kohli hails team after winning 2nd T20I (3)
ANI | Updated: Jan 26, 2020 16:49 IST Auckland [New Zealand], Jan 26 (ANI): After winning the second T20I of the five-match series against New Zealand, skipper Virat Kohli on Sunday said that the entire side is stronger together. The skipper also used the opportunity to wish the nation a 'Happy Republic Day'.
Rohingya Refugee Writers Dial Into Myanmar Poetry Slam (1)
By AFP News 01/26/20 AT 12:16 AM Divided by hatred but united over the written word, Rohingya Muslim poets in Bangladeshi refugee camps joined Buddhist bards in Myanmar by video link as part of a groundbreaking poetry festival in a country reeling from genocide allegations. Five Rohingya writers took part in the three-day "Poetry for Humanity" event in Yangon, with three speaking live by video link to a packed room
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