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Anti-CAA protests: Sharjeel Imam denies inciting violence with speech, says 'cannot be hammered' with sedition
During the hearing, advocate Tanveer Ahmed Mir, representing Imam, apprised Additional Sessions Judge Amitabh Rawat, that no part of his speech called for any kind of violence to be initiated
Gogoi, who was arrested after anti-CAA protests broke out in Assam in December 2019, won the recent Assembly polls as an Independent candidate from Sivasagar
Assam Assembly election 2021, Chabua profile: CAA likely to play significant factor in town rocked by 2019 violence
The BJP will not be contesting from the Chabua seat in the upcoming Assembly election, but has given it to its ally, AGP, in their seat-sharing arrangement
Arif has had more than half a dozen cases registered against him during the two months of anti-CAA protest on the AMU campus in December 2019 and January 2020
The Supreme Court order could be used by authorities to give the police a free hand to act against protests and adopt any measures deemed necessary to disperse agitations
Supreme Court on Shaheen Bagh protest: Public spaces cannot be occupied 'indefinitely', says apex court
A three-judge bench observed that while dissent and democracy go hand in hand, protests must be carried out in the designated areas
Will be able to 'see, touch' him after long time, says Kafeel Khan's mother as court orders his release
Khan has been in jail since January after he was detained under NSA over a speech at Aligarh Muslim University during an anti-CAA protest
Bengaluru student, charged with sedition for raising 'Pakistan Zindabad' slogans at anti-CAA rally, granted bail after 3 months in jail
Amulya Leona Noronha, a college student from Bengaluru who was charged with sedition for raising the 'Pakistan zindabad' slogan at an anti-Citizenship Act (CAA) rally earlier this year, has been granted bail by the magistrate court under the provision of CrPC Section 167(2). Amulya is expected to have the bail order by Friday.
Day after being denied bail in sedition case, college student who raised 'Pakistan Zindabad' slogans, gets relief from court
A Bengaluru court has granted bail to a college student, Amulya Leona Noronha, who was accused of sedition after she said: “Pakistan zindabad” at an anti-Citizenship Act (CAA) rally on 20 February.
Jamia Coordination Committee member arrested in connection with anti-CAA protests in Delhi’s Jaffrabad
Police have arrested the media coordinator of Jamia Coordination Committee, who is accused of organising anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protest in Delhi's north-east distric
Shaheen Bagh agitators write to Supreme Court, seek probe into ‘forcible removal and destruction’ of protest site
Shaheen Bagh protestors on Wednesday wrote a letter to the Supreme Court seeking an investigation into alleged forcible removal and destruction of their protest site on 24 March and have sought a direction from the apex court for citizens' rights.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Police remove anti-CAA protestors from Shaheen Bagh as Delhi govt imposes lockdown to curb COVID-19 spread
Police cleared the Shaheen Bagh protest site on Tuesday as a lockdown was imposed in Delhi amid the coronavirus outbreak
‘Mumbai Bagh’ protesters accuse cops of manhandling them for putting up tarpaulin shade; police denies allegations
Women protesting against the CAA and NRC at 'Mumbai Bagh' in Nagpada area of south Mumbai accused the police of manhandling them.
'How can you be an artiste and not reflect the times?' The inside story of Arivu's fight against oppression
From ‘Sandai Seivom’ (Let's Fight, a protest song against the CAA) or 'Snowlin' (about the teenage girl shot dead during the Sterlite protest), Arivu's music — like his existence — is political.
Anti-CAA activist Ramakrishna Jalmi arrested for controversial remarks in Goa rally; held for hurting religious sentiments, says police
SP Pankaj Kumar said Jalmi has been arrested under sections 295 (A) and 153 (A) of IPC
West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankhar seeks information from state govt on funds used for anti-CAA campaign
West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankhar had repeatedly cautioned the state government that an agitation against a valid law cannot be funded through advertisements at State expense
Violence breaks out in areas of northeast Delhi over Citizenship Amendment Act during Donald Trump's maiden visit
Delhi police used tear gas and smoke grenades to disperse a crowd of thousands of protesters in the National Capital on Monday as violence broke out over the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) just ahead of US president Donald Trump’s maiden visit to the city.
AMU students begin hunger strike as agitation over 'police brutality' on campus during anti-CAA stir completes 10 weeks
Members of the AMU students' coordination committee has begun a three-day hunger strike, seeking action against police personnel for alleged brutality during an anti-CAA stir on the campus last December and withdrawal of cases against protesters
Bengaluru Police provides security to Amulya Leona’s family in Chikkamagaluru district after attack from right-wing activists
Police have provided security to the residence of Amulya Leona, who had raised ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans, in Chikkamagaluru district after it was allegedly attacked by right wing workers, officials said on Friday.
'Not only route between Delhi and Noida': Shaheen Bagh protesters ask SC to pass order to ensure their security if parallel road is opened
On day three of the negotiations between Shaheen Bagh protesters and Supreme Court-appointed mediators, Sanjay Hegde and Sadhana Ramachandran, those participating in the two-month-long sit-in against the Citizenship Amendment Act said that the apex court should pass an order to ensure their security if the road parallel to the protest site was opened.