Review of Constitution will lead to grave consequences, says Mallikarjun Kharge

In what is expected to raise a political storm and initiate a war of words between the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress, Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge on Thursday said that there will be bloodshed if an attempt is made to change the Constitution.

There will be bloodshed if attempt is made to change Constitution: Mallikarjun Kharge
There will be bloodshed if attempt is made to change Constitution: Mallikarjun Kharge

Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan has decided to expunge the word "rakhtpaat" from Parliament proceedings record.

'Secular' most misused word in Indian politics: Home Minister Rajnath Singh
'Secular' most misused word in Indian politics: Home Minister Rajnath Singh

Union Home Minister and Deputy Leader of the BJP in Lok Sabha Rajnath Singh on Thursday said Dr. Ambedkar, the principle architect of the Constitution didn't find it necessary to insert 'Socialist' and 'Secular' words in the Preamble as he felt it's already in our basic nature adding that secular is the most misused word in Indian politics.

Sonia attacks govt over intolerance issue, says basic ideals of Constitution under threat
Sonia attacks govt over intolerance issue, says basic ideals of Constitution under threat

Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Thursday attacked government on the issue of growing intolerance in the country. While speaking in a debate on occasion of the Constitution Day, Gandhi said basic ideas of the Constitution are under threat.  

PM Modi greets nation on occasion of first Constitution Day

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday greeted the people on the occasion of first Constitution Day.

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PM Modi faces questions on intolerance, Gujarat violence in UK

Western Media including BBC and The Guardian tries to corner PM Modi over Intolerance and Gujarat Riots. We Zee News asks why Western Media is intolerant about India.

Nepal's Madhesi agitation turns violent again, several hurt

Several people were injured on Saturday when supporters of Madhesi parties turned violent and attacked buses and other vehicles being escorted by security forces in southern Nepal near the Indian border where they have been agitating for over a month against the new Constitution.

Uniform Civil Code: What is hindering its execution?

Underlining “total confusion” owing to personal laws governing religious practices, the Supreme Court sought to know from the government Monday whether it is willing to bring the Uniform Civil Code in the country.

Nepal considers fuel rationing as protesters block trucks

Nepal is considering rationing oil and fuel, a Nepal Oil Corp spokesman said on Saturday, after hundreds of trucks were held up this week at the India border when protesters against a new constitution gathered to block the road.

Ambedkar anniversary: Govt aims rise in SC/ST student enrolment

The government aims to increase the enrolment rate of SC/ST students in private universities during the BR Ambedkar's birthday celebrations.

Nepal`s new Constitution: Why are people protesting?

Nepal has adopted a new Constitution, seven years after its last king stepped down, and the first to be drawn up by elected representatives.

Nepal looks to China for trade amid India hiccups

Nepal has urged China to reopen the two trading points on the Sino-Nepal border at the earliest amid problems along the border with India, media reports said on Friday.

Nepal`s Parliament passes new Constitution

Nepal`s parliament passed a new national constitution on Wednesday, weeks after political leaders reached a historic agreement to create a federal state following an earthquake that killed nearly 9,000 people.

Child among four killed in Nepal in police firing at charter protest

Police in Nepal fired rubber bullets into a crowd of demonstrators killing four people including a four-year-old boy, officials said on Wednesday, the latest in a series of clashes over a plan to set up a federal system.

'Nepal to unveil new Constitution on Sept 20'

 Nepal on Tuesday said it will unveil its long-awaited new Constitution on September 20, despite the ongoing deadly protests by minority groups over the proposed federal structure.

US, India urge restraint in Nepal constitutional debate

The United States and India have called for security forces to exercise restraint in responding to protests over the drawing up of a new constitution in Nepal and for citizens to avoid violence.

Palestinians draft first state constitution

 Palestinians announced on Monday the finalising of the State of Palestine's first Constitution draft, according to an official.

Nepal's Constitution promulgation enters final phase

 Nepal on Sunday entered the final phase of promulgating its new Constitution with the three major parties going ahead with clause-wise voting on the final draft of the statute despite a boycott by Madhesi parties and violent protests that have claimed nearly 40 lives.

Six killed in Nepal as protesters clash with police

Five demonstrators and a police officer died in clashes in southern Nepal as protests intensified against a proposed new constitution, police said on Saturday.