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.
'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.
Noida-Faridabad road closed due to Shaheen Bagh anti-CAA protests opens briefly for 40 minutes, shut again
The road connection Faridabad to Noida was briefly reopened by Uttar Pradesh Police on Friday, which was blocked for the last 69 days since the anti-CAA protests began at Shaheen Bagh in south-east Delhi.
Bengaluru woman detained for raising pro-Pakistan slogan at anti-CAA event denied bail, to remain in judicial custody for 14 days
Amulya had asked attendees to shout 'Pakistan Zindabad' during her speech at the anti-CAA event organised under the banner of 'Save Constitution'. The organisers had invited her to address the gathering soon after Owaisi came on stage.
Shaheen Bagh mediation: Talks between SC-appointed interlocutors and protesters make no headway on day two
Talks between the Supreme Court-appointed interlocutors and protesters over vacating the road at Shaheen Bagh made little headway on Thursday as the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act demonstrators remained firm on continuing with their sit-in at the site.
SC-appointed mediators reach Shaheen Bagh for second round of talks with protesters, insist on media leaving before discussion
The Supreme Court-appointed interlocutors reached Shaheen Bagh on Thursday to initiate the second round of discussion, but they insisted that the media should not be present during the talks with protestors.
Anti-CAA protests: Assam Police says will recover cost of damaged property from accused in over 270 cases
The Assam Police on Wednesday said it will recover the cost of properties damaged during the violent protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) from those involved in the incidents of arson and vandalism.
'No one died due to police bullets': Yogi Adityanath says anti-CAA protesters had 'intention to die,' claims 'big conspiracy' behind agitation
Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday courted controversy when he said that the casualties during protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in Uttar Pradesh had died due to "bullets from rioters" and not from the state police.
Thousands join anti-CAA protest in Chennai, demand Tamil Nadu govt to adopt resolution against law in ongoing Assembly session
A large number of anti-CAA protesters, majority of them Muslims, held a massive protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act at Chepauk, even as agitations were held across Tamil Nadu on Wednesday.
Shaheen Bagh protesters say they will hold dialogue with Centre about anti-CAA stand through SC-appointed interlocutors
The Supreme Court's appointment of two interlocutors to persuade the Shaheen Bagh protesters to move to another venue brought a little disappointment to the demonstrators though many of them believe there is finally an avenue to talk to the government about their dissent.
Allahabad HC stays Kanpur admin’s notice seeking damages from locals for destruction of property during anti-CAA protest
The Allahabad High Court has stayed a notice issued by the Kanpur administration seeking damages from a local resident over the destruction of property during protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act.
Delhi Police hit us in private parts during lathi-charge, claim protesters after anti-CAA march to Parliament from Jamia halted
Hundreds of protesters, including residents of Jamia Nagar and students of the Jamia Millia Islamia university, faced-off with after they were stopped from marching towards Parliament.
Kolkata Police takes Kailash Vijayvargiya, other BJP leaders taken into preventive custody before pro-CAA rally in Talligunge Phari
BJP national general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya and senior leaders Mukul Roy and Joy Prakash Majumder were on Friday taken into preventive custody during the start of a pro-CAA rally.
Delhi Assembly polls: Tight security arrangements made in sensitive polling areas like Shaheen Bagh ahead of election day
Riding on tech-savvy elements like QR codes and mobile apps, poll authorities have geared up for the elections to the 70-member Delhi Assembly on Saturday, making tight security arrangements across the National Capital and keeping an extra vigil in Shaheen Bagh and other sensitive polling areas.
Union minister Giriraj Singh claims Shaheen Bagh training 'suicide bombers'; calls site 'breeding ground' for them
Giriraj Singh on Twitter alleged that Shaheen Bagh has become the breeding ground for suicide bombers and a conspiracy is being plotted against the nation
YouTuber Gunja Kapoor, disguised in burqa, removed from Shaheen Bagh for 'filming' protesters, 'asking too many questions'
Gunja Kapoor, a self-proclaimed political analyst and Youtuber, was removed from Shaheen Bagh protest site and handed over to the Delhi Police for allegedly filming them on her mobile phone
Delhi Assembly election: Protest sites like Shaheen Bagh ‘under watch’ ahead of polling day to ensure voters, personnel face no obstruction, observers tell EC
Protest sites in Delhi are 'under watch' to ensure that the polling personnel or voters face no obstruction on 8 February, which is when the polling is scheduled to take place, observers deployed told the Election Commission on Monday.
Ashish Shelar apologises for ‘state is nobody’s father’s property’ remark against Uddhav Thackeray government
Senior Maharashtra BJP leader Ashish Shelar on Monday apologised for his statement, aimed at the Uddhav Thackeray government, that the state was nobody's "father's property" for someone to oppose implementation of laws passed by Parliament.