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CAA violates the basic structure of constitution says Congress MP Jairam Ramesh

Congress MP Jairam Ramesh in an interview said that the new CAA is against the basic structure of the constitution of India and it was passed by both the houses of the parliament because of the majority that BJP possesses. Backlashing at Amit Shah’s remarks that the Congress divided the country on religious grounds that is why CAA had to be formed, Ramesh said that the constitution was formed after the division then why citizenship should be decided on religious grounds. Jairam Ramesh is one of the 59 petitioners against the CAA. Src: https://bit.ly/2ro1VGw

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Indian Army to extend the retirement age of personnel by 2 years

The Indian Army has decided to extend the minimum retirement age of all the personnel by 2 years. This decision was taken by the Army in a bid to retain its trained manpower for a longer time. The army also established a study to find out the ways to manage and distribute the senior personnel into the branches of the army and extend the retirement age to initially 50 years. The changes will be made keeping in mind that the intake and training process doesn’t get disturbed. Src: https://bit.ly/2tIfRfe

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Usage of offline chat media increased due to internet shutdown during protests: Data

The anti-CAA protests were observed all over the country including Assam and Meghalaya due to which the internet was shut down in these states. According to a data US-based intelligence group Appotopia, this internet shutdown led to a spike in the downloads and usage of offline chat and messaging platforms like Bridgefy and Fire chat which use small range Bluetooth connections to operate. Bridgefy saw an 80 times spike in its downloads in Assam and Meghalaya since Dec 12 when the internet shutdown was imposed. Src: https://bit.ly/2rhoMmU


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UP Police pastes photographs of stone-pelters on posters to get public help to find them

The UP police decided to adopt a new plan to catch the miscreants and the people who encouraged violence during the ongoing protests in the state against the CAA that have turned violent. In the Gorakhpur district of UP, the police officials pasted posters with the photos of the alleged stone-pelters on the walls of the buildings. The police also urged the locals to help locate these miscreants and assured that the identity of whosoever helps to find the stone-pelters will be kept closed and they will also be rewarded by the police. Src: https://bit.ly/2MfPV12

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