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/IBNS: Former Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) student leader Umar Khalid was granted bail by a Delhi court in connection with one of the riots' cases that happened in the northeast part of the national capital last year based on a Khajuri Khas FIR.
New Delhi/UNI: Indicating stern actions against the rioters and accused farmer leaders, the Delhi police on Thursday issued a ‘Look Out Notice’ against them, an official in the security set up said.
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/UNI: A high-level meet is currently underway at the residence of Union Home Minister Amit Shah in wake of massive violence that erupted after farmers protesting against the three contentious farm laws entered the national capital earlier on Tuesday.
New Delhi/UNI: The Union Home Ministry on Tuesday afternoon suspended internet services in parts of National Capital and surrounding areas to maintain public safety as clashes erupted between protesting farmers and police over the tractor rally.
New Delhi/UNI: The Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), a body representing farmers, has condemned and regretted the violence that erupted in Delhi after a certain section of farmers forcibly entered the National Capital.
New Delhi/IBNS: Facebook India Vice President Ajit Mohan has moved the Supreme Court against a notice from the Delhi Assembly's "Peace and Harmony" Committee over the social media platform's alleged involvement in the violence that struck the national capital in February.
New Delhi/IBNS: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday reiterated that scientific methods will be used to identify the culprits of Delhi violence and assured that the perpetrators of riots will be punished regardless of their political affiliations or religion.
New Delhi/IBNS: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday lauded the Delhi Police for confining the Delhi violence to 4 percent of the city's area and ending the same in 36 hours.
New Delhi/UNI: Congress on Wednesday said the government was unable to contain Delhi violence in time and demanded resignation of Home Minister Amit Shah for his 'overall failure' to bring peace in the national capital.
New Delhi/IBNS: After the government faced heat from the Opposition, the Lok Sabha will on Wednesday debate the deadly Delhi violence with a likely reply coming from Union Home Minister Amit Shah later in the evening, media reports.
New Delhi/IBNS: Amid massive unrest and economic slowdown in the country, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday said the current situation is grim and that India has 'slid rapidly from being a model of economic development to a strife-ridden majoritarian state in economic despair.'
New Delhi/IBNS: After a Supreme Court rap, the Delhi High Court will on Friday hear the pleas related to the deadly Delhi violence and the hate speeches by several Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders.
Tehran/IBNS: Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Thursday warned that India will be 'isolated' from the Islamic world over the recent violence in Delhi.