The apex court's anodyne order has left the question of the constitutional validity of the CAA wide open.
The cricket community today would rather be silent on matters of national importance than make statements they don't fully subscribe to.
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about what is the truth of the CAA, NPR and NRC, in the January 20 edition of the India Today Magazine.
The huge hullabaloo over the CAA is difficult to understand unless it is a cynical campaign to rouse communal passions under the garb of protecting the secular nature of the Constitution.
The BJP has not merely broken a promise made to Assam. It has betrayed the Assamese people by bringing in the Citizenship Amendment Act.
A year that began with celebration of Balakot promises to end in division and acrimony. It will provide the BJP time to reflect on the triumphs and errors.
The people's protest is a movement to save India's soul. It is the Indian spring in winter.
A new generation of student leaders objected to the exclusion of Muslims from the CAA. They were a new citizenry showing empathy and cosmopolitanism that the BJP does not comprehend.
The western publications excel in India-baiting, with generous contributions on false narratives by Indian journalists and writers.
The superciliousness of western media is surpassed only by Pakistan's unabashed statements on CAA and preaching secularism to India.