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A man checks his name in NRC list in Guwahati on 31 August. | ANI Photo

Job in Assam Foreigners Tribunal depends on conviction rate, says civil rights group report

A civil rights group has come out with a report saying Foreigners Tribunal members who declared fewer ‘foreigners’ were given poor assessment by Assam govt.
Assam NRC

Many in Assam look back and wonder: how & when ‘illegal foreigner’ issue turned religious

My father, an AASU general secretary during 1972 agitation, wouldn't approve of this NRC. To him, NRC didn’t mean dehumanising non-indigenous.
File photo: People wait to check their names on the final draft of Assam's NRC after it was released, at a NRC Seva Kendra in Nagaon in July 30, 2018. | PTI Photo

Lawyers alarmed by Supreme Court move to allow expansion of Assam’s foreigners’ tribunals

The SC move is seen as troublesome as the foreigners’ tribunals have been accused of being arbitrary, opaque and bypassing the rule of law.

On Camera

Delhi University | Photo by Suraj Singh Bisht | ThePrint

Delhi University has one obsession and it’s making a mess of it. Exams

After months of back-and-forth over the much-criticised online Open Book Examinations, Delhi University has postponed its exams once again.
File image of Principal Economic Advisor Sanjeev Sanyal | Photo: ANI

India has fiscal and monetary space to boost demand: Principal Economic Advisor Sanyal

Sanjeev Sanyal said at India Global Week that the government has been careful not to spray money and take a step-by-step approach to economic revival.

Defence

Representational image | Soham Sen | ThePrint

India, China corps commanders to meet next week, will focus on next round of disengagement

Agenda for the corps commanders meeting will be finalised after India-China Working Mechanism for Consultation & Coordination meet likely to be held Friday.
Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) men in Maharashtra | ANI

Read my lips, forget the camera

Say Central forces' angry soldiers. They need reform, committed leaders. And very sensitive handling.