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Citizenship Amendment Act is a true act of democracy, posts US singer Mary Millben on X praising PM Modi's leadership

US Singer Mary Millben on Friday appreciated Indian PM Narendra Modi and his government for implementing the Citizenship Amendment Act.

Pakistan: Five CAA officials arrested for issuing fake licences

Islamabad: Pakistan's top investigation agency has arrested six people, including five Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) officials, for being allegedly involved in issuing fake licenses to pilots.

UN warns staff from travelling in Pakistan-registered airlines

Islamabad/UNI: The United Nations has asked all its staff across the world to avoid travelling on Pakistan-registered airline, including the national flag carrier, over the alleged dubious licenses of their pilots, according to media reports on Saturday.

Delhi violence will affect regional peace, cooperation, says Bangladesh Nationalist Party

Dhaka/UNI: Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Saturday said Delhi violence would affect the regional peace, fraternity and cooperation.

CAA may trigger nuclear conflict: Pakistan PM Imran Khan

Geneva/IBNS: Pakistan PM Imran Khan on Tuesday issued a nuclear war threat to India over the last week passed Citizenship (Amendment) Act by the PM Narendra Modi-led government.

India not pushing anyone into Bangladesh: AK Abdul Momen

Dhaka/IBNS: At a time when India is witnessing major protests over the new citizenship[ law passed by the government, Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen on Sunday said India is not pushing anyone to Bangladesh.