Another video of 15 Dec Jamia violence surfaces; CCTV footage shows trapped students as Delhi Police personnel break surveillance cameras
Another video in which Delhi police and paramilitary forces can be seen attacking unarmed students of Jamia Millia Islamia University inside its library reading room has emerged on Monday. In a five-minute long video, released by Maktoob media, several students can be seen entering the old reading room, dragging a table to the door to block entry. The video further shows the paramilitary and police personnel, in riot gear, storming into the library, removing the tables and then assaulting the students with lathis.
WATCH: CCTV footage from 15 Dec shows Jamia students being thrashed by Delhi Police, paramilitary forces in library; fake visuals, say cops
Jamia had turned into a battlefield as police entered the campus to look for outsiders who were involved in incidents of violence and arson a few metres away from the educational institute during the protest.
Uttar Pradesh court grants bail to activist Sadaf Jafar, others arrested for anti-CAA protests in Lucknow on 19 December
Sadaf Jafar's arrest and incarceration generated widespread outrage among social activists and Twitterati.
Citizenship Amendment Act will not be implemented in West Bengal as long as I am alive, says Mamata Banerjee
Hitting out at the proposed NRC, Mamata Banerjee questioned why people will have to prove their citizenship once again.
A Delhi court on Monday dismissed bail pleas of 15 people arrested in connection with the violence in Delhi's Daryaganj area and extended their judicial custody by two weeks.
Does Citizenship Amendment Act affect the legal status of Muslims in India? A lawyer argues that it does
The amendment made to the Citizenship Act, 1955 by the Government of India is being hotly debated across all fora. The proponents of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 (CAA) have vehemently argued in favour of its constitutionality as well as necessity while dismissing all apprehensions and criticism related to its potential adverse impact on the country and its citizens.
Daily Bulletin: Counting of votes for 81 Jharkhand Assembly seats begins; Congress to stage silent 'satyagraha dharna' at Rajghat against CAA; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: Jharkhand Assembly elections results: Counting to begin at 8 am; BJP faces uphill task as exit polls favour JMM-led alliance; Nine dead after fire breaks out at cloth godown in Delhi’s Kirari; and more
Congress to stage silent 'satyagraha dharna' at Rajghat today to protest against police brutality during anti-CAA protests
Top leaders of the party including its former president Rahul Gandhi and its general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra are likely to participate in the 'satyagraha dharna' till the evening, sources said
Citizenship Amendment Act protests Updates: Modi's assurance on NRC hollow, says Pinarayi Vijayan; Gujarat BJP to launch campaign to clear 'misconceptions'
Citizenship Amendment Act protests Updates: In order to remove the "misconceptions" from people's minds about the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), the Gujarat BJP plans to organise a number of programmes in the state, including door-to-door campaigns, meetings and 'Run for CAA'.
Meghalaya governor Tathagata Roy blames father of 8-yr-old killed during anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests in Varanasi
On Sunday, Meghalaya governor Tathagata Roy blamed the father of an eight-year-old boy who was killed during anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests in Varanasi on Friday.
UPSSSC exams in Uttar Pradesh postponed as candidates in many districts unable to download admit cards amid internet shutdown
According to an official notification, UPSSSC examinations will now be held on 4 and 10 January 2020
Anti-CAA protests: Ashok Gehlot leads 'Samvidhan Bachao rally' in Jaipur, says amended law seeks to divide people in name of religion
Members of different political parties including CPI, CPI(M), AAP, SP, RLD and JD(S), large number of people from minority communities, civil society, intellectuals and youths, participated in 'silent march'
'Why did you stay back to take videos when everyone else fled': A friend records the arrest of Sadaf Jafar, the lone woman held for anti-CAA protests in Lucknow
Sadaf Jafar, a former school teacher, the lone woman arrested on December 19 in the aftermath of anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (2019) protests is among the 200 such people arrested in Lucknow. She was capturing videos of ongoing protests at the time of her arrest. She is reportedly lodged in a Lucknow jail and has sustained internal injuries.
Lisa Ray criticises Citizenship Amendment Act, claims it is tough to 'navigate the tortuous Indian bureaucracy'
Amid the ongoing nationwide protests for Citizenship Amendment Act 2019, actress turned author Lisa Ray has shared a personal account while condemning the act.
Anti-CAA protests in Kolkata: Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind rally today; Presidency University students to march from Shahid Minar to Mahjati Sadan
According to sources, the police administration has increased vigil and beefed-up arrangements in trouble-torn areas to maintain law and order
Narendra Modi's rally at Ramlila Maidan amid anti-CAA protests: Anti-drone teams, NSG commandos deployed; CCTV surveillance on all routes leading to venue
Multi-level security arrangement will be in place, with CCTV surveillance of all the routes leading to the venue and snipers being positioned atop buildings
CAA protests: One dead in UP as violence erupts in Rampur, Kanpur; 15 arrested in Daryaganj violence sent to judicial custody
The Congress, Left and other Opposition parties led demonstrations in many states including Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Nagaland and West Bengal, demanding that the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act be scrapped.
Citizenship Amendment Act protests Updates: One dead, several injured in Uttar Pradesh's Rampur following clashes between police and protesters
Citizenship Amendment Act protests Updates:One person died and several people, including policemen, were injured as clashes broke out between anti-CAA protesters and police in Uttar Pradesh's Rampur on Saturday, officials said.
Sonia Gandhi to lead Congress in silent protest against Citizenship Amendment Act at Rajghat on Sunday; Rahul, Priyanka likely to attend
Top leaders of the party including its former president Rahul Gandhi and its general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra are likely to participate in the 'satyagrah dharna' till the evening, sources said.
'Are we in world’s largest democracy?: Daryaganj locals blame 'outsiders' for violence during anti-CAA stir, accuse cops of violating right to protest peacefully
People in the crowded lanes and by-lanes of this part of the National Capital claimed that their right to protest peacefully was violated by Delhi Police.