Bhima Koregaon News
Straw, spectacles, mosquito nets, books – a few things for which Elgar Parishad accused approached court
On Thursday, the Supreme Court permitted jailed activist Gautam Navlakha to be kept under house arrest because of deteriorating health, recalling for many the several Left leaning activists and intellectuals jailed for alleged Maoist links in the case
Mumbai NIA Court denies Elgar Parishad accused Varavara Rao's request to go to Hyderabad for cataract surgery
On 10 August the Supreme Court granted bail to Rao on medical grounds. The following week it granted Rao permission to approach the Special NIA Court to undergo his cataract surgery in Hyderabad
Rao was arrested on 28 August, 2018 from his Hyderabad residence and is an under-trial in the case for which an FIR was lodged by Pune police on 8 January, 2018 under various sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act
Pawar in his affidavit said the misuse of the IPC Section 124A, pertaining to sedition, should be stopped with amendments and sought for the section itself to be repealed
The panel had earlier summoned the NCP chief in 2020, but he couldn't appear before it due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown
The court allowed Bharadwaj to submit the cash surety, which would enable her to walk out of the jail, either on Wednesday or Thursday. She is currently lodged at the Byculla prison in Mumbai.
Bharadwaj was arrested in the Elgar Parishad-Maoist links case in August 2018 under the provisions of the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.
Stan Swamy: The Bombay HC was informed that Swamy suffered a cardiac arrest early Sunday morning following which he was put on ventilator support
Navlakha had sought bail on the grounds that the chargesheet in the case was not filed within the stipulated time period
Bhima Koregaon case: Bombay HC grants Varavara Rao six months interim bail, says 'genuine and fit case'
The bail conditions include a direction to the accused in Elgar Parishad case to stay within the jurisdiction of the Mumbai NIA court for the bail period
Pradip Gavade, a local leader of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, had filed a complaint with Swargate police station against Usmani for hurting religious sentiments
On the trail of Sambhaji Bhide: Ahead of Bhima Koregaon riots' 3rd anniversary, tracing the Hindutva leader's rise
How image, ideology, outreach and political patronage took Sambhaji Bhide from RSS rebel to Sangli's kingmaker.
Bhima Koregaon case: NIA files chargesheet against 8, including Gautam Navlakha; Stan Swamy sent to judicial custody
82-year-old Swamy was arrested in Ranchi on Thursday and produced before a Mumbai court on Friday. He has been remanded to judicial custody till 23 October
The Jesuit priest and veteran tribal rights activist became the oldest person to be charged with terrorism-related offences in the case
The lawyer-activist withdrew her plea after the court suggested she file a regular bail application on merit
Rhea Chakraborty denied bail: It’s not just SSR case, persecution of random citizens could be watershed moment for India
The persecution of Rhea Chakraborty, the actor’s one-time partner, borders on lunacy, if we are to cling to some notions of rationality and humanity
Bhima Koregaon undertrials among 1,000 Taloja Jail inmates with COVID-like symptoms; Teltumbde's kin await results
Anand Teltumbde’s family is anxiously awaiting his test results. The high court directed the state to inform the family on 1 August.
Bhima Koregaon case: NIA arrests DU prof Hany Babu in Mumbai; tells wife 'hidden folder' establishes him as Maoist
According to reports, the NIA has said that Babu was propagating Maoist ideology and Naxal activities and that he was a co-conspirator with other arrested accused in the case
'For Varavara Rao, hospital has proved as hellish as jail': Writers, politicians seek poet's release from custody
Writers, activists as well as politicians took to Twitter to express their dismay over the conditions in which jailed poet and activist Varavara Rao is kept at a government hospital in Mumbai
Jailed poet Varavara Rao isn't a mercenary; he should receive justice, not just sympathy, writes Padmaja Shaw
The truth is, time and again, Indian Republic that guarantees free speech and calls itself a socialist and secular democracy incarcerated Varavara Rao for his political beliefs.