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Two drug suppliers arrested with 250 grams Opium by Hyderabad police

In Telangana's Hyderabad city, two people have been arrested by the sleuths of Commissioner's Task Force, along with Afzalgunj police for allegedly illegally supplying Opium in and around the city. The accused have been identified as Naga Ram and Basna Ram Choudhary. The probe officials have seized about 250 grams of Opium, two cell phones and a net cash INR 40,000 from their possession of the accused. The arrested accused and their seized property has been handed over to Station House Officer of the Afzalgunj Polie Station. Src: https://bit.ly/36JBqKw


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6p/minute call connect charge will be extended till December 31, 2020, says TRAI

Recently the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has confirmed that the Interconnection Usage Charges (IUC) of 6 paise per minute will continue till December 31, 2020. An operator pays the charges to rivals for connecting calls of its subscribers. TRAI’s decision will provide a major relief to Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea, which have reported record losses in the quarter ended 30 September. Jio, which had 64% of its total traffic as outgoing as of June-end, favored the levy being scrapped. Src: https://bit.ly/38OH7J4

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Explained: The new Citizenship Act of 2019

Q1. What is the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) of 2019? The new Citizenship Act entitles the refugees belonging to religious minorities like Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, Christians, Parsis and Buddhists living in India before 31st December, 2014 or migrated to India after the date for a citizenship in India after five years of their residence in the country. Q2. The refugees from which countries? From the neighboring countries of Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh and not any other country except these 3. Q3. Whom does this Act entitle for Citizenship? The Act allows the above communities to get citizenship on the basis that these communities face strong religious persecution in the 3 neighboring countries of India. Q4. Muslims kept out of this law. Does it mean they will never get citizenship in India? A different law that entitles the laws for citizenship says that any individual seeking citizenship in India needs to be a resident of India for 11 years and Muslims from these countries can apply for citizenship in India under this law. Q5. What about the illegal Muslim immigrants in India? They will be deported back to their respective countries, not immediately but after following legal procedures. Q6. Does this Act entitle other forms of persecution? No, the act only entitles religious persecution i.e. the difficulties faced by the above communities because they belong to a minority religion in the above countries. Q7. Why only these three countries? These three countries have a major population of people who belong to the Muslim community and these countries have a history of practicing pervasive, institutionalized and systemic persecution against the people of the above 6 communities. Q8. Does this law affect Muslims or any other community already a citizen of India? The act doesn’t affect the Indian Muslims or people of other communities already living in the country as citizens, in any way. Q9. Why India have an obligation to take care of the refugees? India is obliged to give a home to refugees under the rules of the UN but not obliged to give citizenship as the refugees can return to their homelands once the conditions improve. But the law acknowledges the fact that the condition of the Hindus and the other above communities are less likely to improve in the above 3 countries thus entitling them for citizenship.

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"Our slogan is ‘No CAB, No NRC in Bengal", says Mamata Banerjee

West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee, during a rally against the CAA and NRC in Jadavpur district, accused the ruling BJP of passing Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) without consultation in the Parliament and stated that "Our slogan is 'No CAB, No NRC in Bengal'". Banerjee further condemned the violence that erupted in Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI), alleging that innocent students who were brutally tortured by the police was intolerable. Banerjee included that there is no end to conspiracies by the BJP as they discreetly light fires in the country and Bengal will not initiate violence. Src: https://bit.ly/2PUtHCt

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