Kasganj violence: Police arrest another accused for murder of Chandan Gupta in Uttar Pradesh clashes
Rahat Qureshi, an accused in the killing of a youth in Uttar Pradesh's Kasganj after which communal violence started, was arrested on Saturday, Uttar Pradesh Police said
Amarinder Singh writes to Narendra Modi, seeks expansion of scheme for victims of terrorist violence
Punjab CM Amarinder Singh has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to seek expansion of the central scheme for assistance to victims of terrorist
Gujarat Assembly Election 2017: Opinion polls suggest comfortable win for BJP; party likely to improve vote share, seats tally
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is looking at a comfortable victory in the upcoming Assembly elections in Gujarat, an opinion poll conducted by Times Now-VMR has revealed
20 Muslim families forced to leave village in Rajasthan after threats, social boycott from upper caste Hindus
20 Muslim families were forced to flee their homes in Rajasthan's Dantal village in Jaisalmer district, after threats from Upper Caste Hindu neighbours
Myanmar has reopened schools for children in townships hit by violence declaring stability has returned but thousands of Rohingya Muslims remain on the move
Several villagers displaced by the Muzaffarnagar riots of 2013 have been duped by a man who promised to get them jobs abroad, police said.
Jaipur clashes: Situation in violence-hit areas of city tense; curfew extended till tomorrow morning
The situation on Sunday remained tense but under control even as curfew was extended till Monday 4 am in the areas of Jaipur that were affected by violence on Friday night.
Lafiqul Islam killing: Assam's BJP-led govt under pressure to nab culprits to maintain communal harmony
Islam’s murder on Tuesday is the first incident of a minority leader of importance being killed in Assam after the BJP-led government took charge of the state one and half year back.
Uneasy calm in Assam's Kokrajhar district as killing of Muslim leader revives memories of 2012 riots
The incident happened an hour after Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for New Delhi from Guwahati after reviewing the damage caused by the recent wave of floods.
Pakistani police says gunmen riding on a motorcycle opened fire, killing four members of a Shia family and their driver in the country's southwest.
Centre has asked state governments to compulsorily register FIRs in all "untoward incidents" happening in name of cow protection, the Lok Sabha was informed.
How can Bengal, which did not follow other regions of the country into sectarian decay in the aftermath of the Babri Masjid's demolition, now appear to have slipped back to inter-communal suspicion and conflict
West Bengal riots: BJP accuses Mamata govt of practising 'appeasement' ; to launch 'Save Bengal' campaign today
Accusing the Mamata Banerjee-led government of practising "politics of appeasement", the BJP said it would take out a "Save Bengal" march from Raj Ghat
Basirhat: Media's overblown reports belie deep Hindu-Muslim amity in violence-torn West Bengal region
Copy-paste reportage and the commentary on social media has built a narrative of a sharp, bitter and perhaps unbridgeable divide between the Hindus and the Muslims in Basirhat. But the emotions on the ground, barring a few, don't reflect any singular form of hatred towards any particular community.
A week after violence broke out in West Bengal's Basirhat, the ruling Trinamool Congress and the BJP are blaming each other for the communal riots and the unrest. Firstpost's Ajit Sahi spoke to TMC MLA from Basirhat Deependu Biswas and former BJP MLA Samik Bhattacharya to get their side of the story.
A Congress delegation led by state party chief Adhir Chowdhury was stopped by police on their way to riot-hit Baduria in West Bengal's North 24 Parganas district
Nobel laureate Amartya Sen on Monday said there is a "reason to worry" over the communal violence that has engulfed pockets in Basirhat sub-division of West Bengal's North 24 Parganas district.
Delhi BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma came under fire for allegedly passing off a picture of the 2002 Gujarat riots as that of the violence in Basirhat.
West Bengal riots: BJP workers protest, vandalise vehicles in North Dinajpur district; normalcy returns to Baduria
BJP workers protest, vandalise vehicles in West Bengal's North Dinajpur district even as life returned to normal in riot-hit Baduria and adjacent areas of North 24 Parganas district
BJP General Secretary Ram Madhav on Sunday hit out at West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee saying the current unrest in her state was "a home-grown project" of the ruling Trinamool Congress for "political advantage".