Mumbai Police steps up vigil at Gateway of India fearing fresh round of protests against violence in Delhi
Police presence has been stepped up at the Gateway of India to thwart any attempt by people to gather at the venue to protest against the violence in Delhi
AAP legislators Gopal Rai, Imran Hussain assured of adequate security force in violence-hit northeast Delhi by special commissioner of police
Delhi ministers Gopal Rai, Imran Hussain and AAP MLAs met a top police officer who assured them that sufficient police personnel will be deployed in the violence-hit northeast Delhi areas.
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.
Anti-CAA protests today: Sonia, Rahul Gandhi to lead Congress' silent dharna, drones likely to maintain vigil over DMK rally in Chennai
Interim Congress chief Sonia Gandhi and senior leader Rahul Gandhi will lead a silent protest against the amended Citizenship Act, National Register of Citizens at Delhi’s Raj Ghat
Sitaram Yechury says situation in Delhi during Thursday's CAA protests worse than Emergency, slams govt for detention of demonstrators
The situation in Delhi on Thursday was worse than that during the Emergency with internet shut, metro stations closed and the police detaining hundreds of students, activists and opposition leaders protesting against CAA, said Sitaram Yechury
Police, protesters injured in anti-CAA stir at Jamia, V-C to file FIR against police entry in campus: What transpired in last 24 hours at the varsity
Protests at the campus of the Jamia Millia Islamia University began on Friday, with students agitating against the amended Citizenship Act
Manish Sisodia blames 'dirty politics' for burning of buses, demands investigation; cops were dousing flames, says police official
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Monday demanded an investigation into the incident on Sunday in which buses were set on fire in Delhi, as protests against the amended Citizenship Act continued
Police releases 50 students detained during protests at Jamia Millia Islamia; minority commission directs cops to file compliance report by 3 pm
As many as 50 students, who were detained during protests at the Jamia Millia Islamia University on Sunday, were released in the early hours of Monday, police said
Daily Bulletin: 50 detained during anti-Citizenship Act protests at Jamia Millia released; Mamata to address rally at 1 pm; day's top stories
Daily Bulletin: 50 detained during anti-Citizenship Act protests at Jamia Millia Islamia released; Mamata Banerjee to address rally at 1 pm; polling in fourth phase of Jharkhand Assembly election commences; day's top stories
'They thrashed us, many lost a lot of blood': Jamia Millia Islamia students narrate 'brutal' action by Delhi police during protest against Citizenship Amendment Act
The baton-charge didn't stop in the streets, but the police personnel chased the students inside the Jamia campus and thrashed them. In response to the attack, few students resorted to stone-pelting
Citizenship Act protests in Jamia Millia Islamia turn violent as students, cops clash; several, including policemen, injured
The Jamia Millia Islamia University turned into a battlefield on Friday after police and students, who wanted to march to Parliament House to protest the Citizenship Amendment Act
Ravidas Temple row: Centre agrees to hand 200 square metres over to devotees for construction of temple in South Delhi
The Centre on Friday told the Supreme Court that it is willing to hand over 200 square metre area to a committee of devotees for construction of Guru Ravidas temple in South Delhi.
SC says plea for reconstruction of Delhi's Guru Ravidas Temple should be placed before CJI for appropriate orders
The SC said a plea seeking permission for the reconstruction of the Guru Ravidas Temple in Tughlaqabad, Delhi, which was demolished by the DDA on the apex court's direction, should be placed before the CJI for 'appropriate orders'.
Ravidas temple demolition reaches Supreme Court, petition moved seeking restoration of place of worship in Delhi
A petition was moved in the Supreme Court on Tuesday seeking a direction to re-build the Guru Ravidas temple, which was recently demolished, in Delhi's Tughlakabad area
Day after violent protest, BSP chief Mayawati appeals to Centre and Delhi govt to find a way to reconstruct Ravidas Mandir
BSP president Mayawati Friday appealed to the Centre and the Delhi government to find a way to reconstruct the Ravidas temple
Delhi court sends Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad, 96 others to 14-day judicial custody following violent Dalit protests
A Delhi court sent Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad and 96 others, arrested on charges of rioting and unlawful assembly following the violent protest in Tughlakabad area, to 14-day judicial custody, police said.
Several student groups and rights organisations on Wednesday staged a dharna outside the Bikaner House here, demanding a ban on cow vigilantes across the country and justice to the family members of 55-year-old dairy farmer Pehlu Khan who was lynched in Rajasthan. Khan had died on 3 April after he was lynched by cow vigilantes in Alwar in Rajasthan.
In a bid to curb protests around Parliament House, Delhi Police Tuesday put barricades on roads and streets leading up to it, causing traffic jams and inconvenience to thousands of commuters.