Peaceful protests to continue till CAA is revoked: Mamata Banerjee
She said that a TMC delegation will be sent to Karnataka to meet the families of victims allegedly killed in police firing there.
'If anybody destroys railway property shoot them at sight': Railway minister
The minister further asserted that it is taxpayers' money and to develop one train it takes years together.
Police enter Madras varsity as students continue protest against Citizenship Act
The Madras University is one of the oldest in India and students of the varsity are among others who have been protesting against the CAA.
'Protest at Jamia University politicised by AAP': BJP's Gautam Gambhir
'It is not about taking citizenship from any Indian but it is about giving citizenship,' added BJP leader Gautam Gambhir.
India rejects Pak assembly motion on Citizenship Act, says 'poorly disguised effort'
Pakistan's Parliament on Monday unanimously passed a resolution terming India's citizenship amendment law against the bilateral agreements.
'Non-Muslim refugees will live with honour,' assures Shah amid CAB protest
Shah also challenged the people, who are against the new law, to oppose the legislation as much as they can.
'Modi govt implements legislations not acceptable': Sonia on Jamia crackdown
The opposition has demanded a judicial probe into Sunday's police action against Jamia students.
CAB protesters pelted stones, police fired tear gas in Delhi's Seelampur
Police said two bikes of traffic cops were burnt by the demonstrators, adding a police booth in the area was damaged.
'No CAB, no NRC in Bengal,' says Mamata Banerjee
On Monday, the Chief Minister had spearheaded a protest march in Kolkata against the CAA and the NRC.
CAA 'miserably fails' on touchstone of Article 14: Owaisi in his petition to SC
Any classification based on a religious identity ipso facto violates Article 14 of the Indian Constitution, Owaisi in his petition stated.