CAA Current Affairs, GK & News
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has asked to further extend the deadline of framing the rules of “Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA), 2019”. Highlights MHA sought extension from parliamentary committees in the Rajya Sabha and the Lok Sabha. Third and the latest extension expired on January 9, but MHA failed to notify the rules. Why ..
In a recent report from USCIRF, India was categorised as a ‘Country of Particular Concern’ with regards to religious freedom. USCIRF USCIRF or United States Commission on International Religious Freedom is a US government commission created in 1998 by the International Religious Freedom Act. It makes policy recommendations (such as sanctions) to the President, Secretary ..
The United Nation High Commissioner for Human Rights is to file an ‘intervention application’ with the Supreme Court with regards to the Citizenship Amendment Act. Office of High Commissioner for Human Rights: The Office of High Commissioner for Human Rights is the top United Nations entity on human rights. It is mandated to protect human ..
In light of the ongoing protests about the Citizenship Amendment Act, the Ministry of Home Affairs have been serving ‘Leave India’ notices to foreigners who were involved in the protests. Visa Guidelines: The visa guidelines do not specify what activities are considered as anti-government. The visa guidelines were given by the Ministry of Home Affairs. ..
A pro-CAA rally was organized in the capital city of the US state Massachusetts, Boston on Sunday, 5th January 2020 by a group of Indian-Americans in support of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2019 passed by Parliament of India, followed by which the Bill got the assent of the President of India on 12th December 2019 ..
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