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Assam Final NRC list released, excludes 19,06,657 people, 3.11 Cr make it to citizenship list

In Assam, the final version of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) has released today and out of 3.29 Cr applicants, 3.11 Cr have made it to the final list, excluding the remaining 19 lakh people. Till date, the NRC is the biggest drive to verify citizenship in India which focuses on identifying illegal immigrants who entered and settled in Assam from Bangladesh, after March 25, 1971, and deport them back. NRC state coordinator Prateek Hajela stated that a total of 19,06,657 names have been left out in the final list as they failed to submit their claims. "Those not satisfied with the outcome can file an appeal before Foreigner' Tribunals", he added. Src: https://bit.ly/2ZA4VyB

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Gurugram: Man proposes marriage to 32-year-old woman, sexually assaults her for seven months

In Gurugram, a man allegedly sexually assaulted a 32-year-old woman (a nurse by profession) for around seven months after promising to marry her. According to the woman, the accused visited her house and allegedly sexually assaulted her on multiple occasions. He was also putting pressure on her to disassociate herself from her nine-year-old daughter who lived with her, saying that they were going to get married soon. According to the reports, the accused had allegedly threatened the woman of uploading her obscene videos and pictures on social media and asked the woman to get a divorce from her husband. The police have registered a case under Section 376 (2) (N), 323 of the IPC. Src: https://bit.ly/2ZGrBJe

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Be ready for any contingency: Army chief Bipin Rawat to troops

Bipin General Rawat, who arrived in Srinagar on a two-day visit to the Valley shared his thoughts amidst the soared tension between India and Pakistan. Rawat urged the soldiers to be prepared for any contingency including "emerging security challenges" in view of increased infiltration attempts. The Army Chief, who is on his first visit to J&K following the revocation of Article 370, was briefed on ceasefire violations by Pakistan. Src: https://bit.ly/2Uh9Q2k

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Abandoned at 7, raped at 11, India's three-time Miss Diversity and social activist, Naaz Joshi, makes India proud

Aizya Naaz Joshi won international laurels when she won the Miss Diversity 2019 pageant for the third time in Mauritius. She is also the first Indian trans-woman to appear on the cover of a national magazine. Her family, however, is still unable to accept her, her father even asked her not to use his last name. Naaz was born a transgender to a multicultural family and even though they let her study, they sent her to an uncle, as they did not like her presence. At the age of 11, the child was raped by a male cousin. Despite all these odds, Naaz sponsored her own education and studied fashion designing at the National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT). Even with a stellar resume and being a NIFT topper, she was forced to take up a job at a massage parlor in South Delhi. Her life changed when she appeared on the cover of Tehelka Magazine, after which she went on to win Miss Diversity. She is now voicing her opinions as a social activist to fight raging issues around transgenders and their rights. While the government is fighting an uphill battle to reduce abuse against women, Naaz is fighting her own battle for acceptance and recognition. Src:https://bit.ly/2ZwlGuv

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