Delhi Police hunting down peaceful activists and accusing them of separatist plot, says Pieter Friedrich
'Nobody thinks the current agricultural system is flawless, but the new laws appear to be pure crony capitalism intended to place farmers at the mercy of ruthless multinational corporations,' says Friedrich
'I flew from Mumbai to Bagdogra during lockdown, it wasn't easy; confusing guidelines, squabbling state govts, cancelled flights only complicated it'
At Mumbai International airport, the CISF personnel did not conduct a body scan, however, at the Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru (I had a connecting flight to Bagdogra in West Bengal), body scanners were used by the security.
From inaugurating museum to declassifying 'Netaji Files', BJP has often appropriated Bose's legacy to make inroads in Bengal
Despite not adhering to Jawaharlal Nehru and Mahatma Gandhi's non-violent worldview, Bose recognised the fact that they all shared the same purpose for India – end of colonial rule.
'They thrashed us, many lost a lot of blood': Jamia Millia Islamia students narrate 'brutal' action by Delhi police during protest against Citizenship Amendment Act
The baton-charge didn't stop in the streets, but the police personnel chased the students inside the Jamia campus and thrashed them. In response to the attack, few students resorted to stone-pelting
Naveen Patnaik dismisses expelled BJD leader Damodar Rout's allegations of corruption as 'ridiculous'
Expelled BJD leader Damodar Rout claimed Naveen Patnaik was working contrary to the principles of Biju Patnaik and said it would be best for Odisha people if the chief minister was unseated at the earliest
Ex-Bangladesh PM Khaleda Zia gets bail in cases linked with fake date of birth, undermining national flag
Khaleda Zia is serving a five-year jail term after a court convicted her in February for embezzlement of foreign donations meant for an orphanage named after her husband and BNP founder and slain president Ziaur Rahman
Calcutta HC refuses to pass order on Lalgarh movement leader Chatradhar Mahato's bail plea, to hear case on 25 July
The Kolkata High Court refused to pass order on a bail petition by Chatradhar Mahato, who was the face of the Lalgarh movement in West Bengal, saying it would hear out his appeal and bail application together
Madras High Court upholds death sentence against techie for rape, murder of seven-year-old girl in 2017
The Madras High Court confirmed the death sentence given to a 23-year-old techie by a lower court for the rape and murder of a seven-year-old girl in 2017.