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Interpol issues notice against self-styled godman Nithyananda, wanted in rape, abduction cases

The Supreme Court has refused to grant an interim stay on CAA or NRC or NPR and the government is free to implement those laws


11:30 AM | CJI Bobde agrees to consider the suggestion of treating Assam-related pleas differently, grants Centre 2 weeks to reply. SC will consider hearing pleas related to Assam and Tripura separately, after Centre files its reply after the given window of two weeks.


11:25 AM | AASU says Assam’s situation on CAA unique, says matter should be treated differently


11:05 AM | ‘Can’t hear a thing’: CJI annoyed at overcrowding of court

The Supreme Court started hearing around 143 pleas, both for and against CAA in a packed courtroom. With representatives of all 143 petitioners apparently present in the Chief Justice’s court, the room remained packed to the brim. However, this seems to have annoyed CJI SA Bobde, who said that the noise is such that he is unable to hear a thing.


Who are the petitioners who filed pleas against CAA?

The petitioners who have combinedly filed over 140 pleas in the Supreme Court alone form a diverse group of individuals, social organisations and political parties. The list of petitioners includes several political parties — the chief of them being the Congress, the DMK, CPI, CPM, Indian Union Muslim League or IUML, Asaduddin Owasi’s All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen and Kamal Hassan’s Makkal Needhi Maiam.

A nonpartisan, nonprofit organization like United against Hate, student groups like AASU are among petitioners in the case.


10:55 AM | Trinamool Congress announced on Tuesday that it will bring a resolution against the Citizenship Amendment Act in the West Bengal Legislative Assembly on 27 January, becoming the third state after the Kerala and Punjab to oppose the contentious law.

Kerala, Punjab and West Bengal have also said that they will not implement the amended law.


10:30 AM | 5 Flights Diverted From Delhi Airport Due to Bad Weather

Five flights diverted from Delhi Airport today due to bad weather, as captain was not trained to land under CAT III (low visibility) conditions, confirmed Delhi Airport Official.

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