Delhi/IBNS: The Delhi High Court on Thursday dismissed four of the five first information reports (FIRs) registered in a case of alleged offences of looting and burning a compound during the riots in February last year.
New Delhi/UNI: The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed the plea filed by Facebook India Vice President and MD Ajit Mohan and others challenging the summons issued by Delhi Assembly's Peace and Harmony committee for failing to appear before it as a witness in connection with the north-east Delhi riots matter.
New Delhi/IBNS: The Supreme Court has allowed Facebook to remain silent on questions on the issues of law and order which are the domain of the Central government while asking the social media giant to appear before the Delhi Assembly panel in 2020 riots probe, media reports said.
New Delhi/IBNS: The Delhi High Court on Thursday ordered the release of three student activists, who were granted bail two days ago in the case pertaining to riots that took place in the national capital last year, media reports said.
New Delhi/UNI: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday granted bail to student activists Natasha Narwal, Devangana Kalita, and Asif Iqbal Tanha booked under the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) for an alleged 'premeditated conspiracy' in the northeast Delhi riots last year.
Bengaluru/UNI: Former Karnataka chief minister and JDS leader H D Kumarswamy on Wednesday alleged that anti-social elements indulged in violence to defame the name of farmers who were peacefully agitating since last more than 50 days.
New Delhi/IBNS: A Delhi court Friday extended the judicial custody of former Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) student Umar Khalid and JNU student Sharjeel Imam in connection with cases related to north east Delhi riots that broke out in February this year, said media reports.
New Delhi/IBNS: Former Union Minister and senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid has been named in the chargesheet filed by Delhi Police in the case related to riots which took place in the national capital earlier this year, media reports said.
New Delhi/IBNS: The Delhi assembly's peace and harmony committee on Wednesday told the Supreme Court that it has no intention of taking a coercive action against Facebook's top executive in India as the social media giant is rattled by accusations of being biased towards hate speeches during the riots in the national capital earlier this year.
New Delhi/IBNS: Delhi Police has named 15 people in a vast charge sheet filed in connection with the bloody riots that ravaged northeast Delhi in the last week of February this year, said media reports.
New Delhi/IBNS: A Delhi assembly committee will give its final warning to Facebook which has skipped the hearing over the controversy related to the hate speeches that had dominated the social networking site during the riots in the national capital in February 2020.
Delhi/IBNS: Delhi Police Monday was granted 10-day custody of student activist Umar Khalid by the Karkardooma district court via video conferencing, after arresting him under the anti-terror law Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) late Sunday night in connection to a case of conspiracy behind the riots that ravaged north east Delhi for three days in February last.
Delhi/IBNS: The Delhi Police today produced former JNU student and activist Umar Khalid before the Karkardooma district court via video conferencing and sought his custody for 10 days, after arresting him under the anti-terror law Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) late Sunday night in connection to a case of conspiracy behind the riots that ravaged north east Delhi for three days in February last.
Delhi/IBNS: Former Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) student Umar Khalid has been arrested by the Delhi Police's special cell in connection with a case related to north east Delhi riots that broke out in February this year.
New Delhi: Bloomsbury India has triggered a controversy after it announced it would not publish 'Delhi Riots 2020: The Untold Story', earning criticisms of several authors who now said they will boycott the publication house.