CBSE 10,12 class examination time-table announced

The examination time-table for Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) ofr 10,12 classes has been announced. The board examinations will start from February 15. The examinations for 10 class will start from February 26 nad will end in March 18.

Nirbhaya case: Supreme Court rejects review plea of rape convict Akshay Kumar Singh

The Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected the review petition filed by Akshay Kumar Singh in the 2012 Nirbhaya gangrape and murder case. Akshay Singh is one of six accused in the case. Of the total, prime accused Ram Singh had committed suicide in the Tihar jail during the trial of the case. Another accused in the matter was a minor and had appeared before a juvenile justice court.

Citizenship Amendment Bill Protests LIVE Updates:

More than 60 organizations have moved from ideological and religious lines to appeal for nationwide protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act from 19 December. On 19 December 1927, the martyrdom of freedom fighters Ashfaqulla Khan and Ramprasad Bismil is remembered. On this day in 1947, Mahatma Gandhi prevented 70,000 Muslims from migrating to Pakistan.

Buses torched as protesters clash with police in Delhi over citizenship law

Buses were torched, cars and bikes smashed as anti-citizenship law protesters clashed with police at New Friends Colony in Delhi on Sunday. The Delhi police in response fired tear-gas shells at the agitating crowd. Students during the protest march against citizenship law at Jamia Millia Islamia in Delhi. Delhi Traffic Police tweeted that vehicle movement…

India a safe haven for minorities: Maldives Speaker

The new citizenship law is an internal matter of India, Maldives’ Parliament Speaker Mohamed Nasheed said on Friday while noting that the country has always been a safe haven for persecuted minorities.

AIADMK draws flak over CAB, DMK calls statewide stir on Dec 17

Amid protests over the new citizenship law in various parts of the country, the ruling AIADMK in Tamil Nadu is caught in an embarrassing situation for supporting the central government on the legislation, which does not have the issue of one lakh Sri Lankan Tamils sheltered in Tamil Nadu within its purview.