Anit Citizenship Amendment Act Protest
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Delhi Riots: 23-weeks pregnant Jamia student Safoora Zargar gets bail from HC on humanitarian ground
The Delhi High Court Tuesday granted bail to Safoora Zargar, the pregnant Jamia university student who was arrested under anti-terror law UAPA in a case related to communal violence in northeast Delhi during protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act, as Solicitor General Tushar Mehta did not oppose the court's decision on humanitarian grounds.
Pregnancy not ground for bail, Delhi Police tells HC in response to Jamia student Safoora Zargar's petition
The Delhi Police, in its status report opposing Zargar's bail plea, said a clear and cogent case has been made out against the accused woman and as such she is not entitled for bail for the grave and serious offences.
Delhi riots aftermath: Paramilitary forces conduct flag march, help trickles into violence-hit areas but residents allege govt apathy
Help trickled in the heavily-guarded riot-hit areas, with people carrying sacks of ration and milk cans in their vehicles
A poet and a journalist have been arrested in connection with recital of a poem against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizen (NRC) at a government sponsored function in Koppal.
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In first rally for Delhi polls, Narendra Modi reiterates BJP's pitch to regularise unauthorised colonies and slams AAP, Congress over anti-CAA protests
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday addressed his first poll rally ahead of the Delhi Assembly election scheduled for 8 February and appealed to voters to "shun the politics of hate" and focus on development. Amid sustained nationwide protests against the "discriminatory" Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), Modi said that various demonstrations against the contentious law in the National Capital were "politically motivated" and part of a "conspiracy".