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
Delhi Police names Sitaram Yechury, Jayati Ghosh in riots chargesheet; Mahua Moitra questions silence on Kapil Mishra
The three have been named based on the statements of JNU students Devangana Kalita and Natasha Narwal, and Gulfisha Fathima of Jamia Milia Islamia
Court pulls up Delhi Police IO for not filing replies to bail pleas in constable Ratan Lal murder case
Additional Sessions Judge Vinod Yadav said it was 'gross negligence' on the part of the investigating officer and he should have been 'watchful' since enough time had elapsed in the matter
North East Delhi violence: High court grants bail to Pinjra Tod member Devangana Kalita in three of four cases
The JNU student was arrested in May, along with Natasha Narwal, in connection with violence in North East Delhi, Daryaganj and during the anti-CAA protests
The sessions court said the statements of protected witnesses in the case reflected the role of many accused including Devangana Kalita in planning the activities at the anti-CAA protest sites as part of a 'conspiracy' which led to the Delhi riots
The JNU student activist was arrested by the Delhi Police on Tuesday for being part of a "premeditated conspiracy" in connection to the riots in northeast Delhi
Delhi HC directs police to submit case diary involving Pinjra Tod activist Natasha Narwal in sealed cover
Narwal and another Pinjra Tod activist Devangana Kalita were arrested in May by the Delhi Police and booked for rioting, unlawful assembly and attempt to murder
Sharjeel Imam sedition case: SC defers hearing of plea to club FIRs against JNU student by two weeks
Sharjeel Imam was formally arrested by Delhi Police over links in the Delhi riots case on Tuesday and was produced before the court on Wednesday
The authors' statements come shortly after Bloomsbury India faced criticism as the launch of a new book, Delhi Riots 2020: The Untold Story, was announced.
Bloomsbury India withdraws book on 2020 Delhi riots after online uproar; cites 'deep sense of responsibility'
Bloomsbury India's statement read: 'In view of very recent events including a virtual pre-publication launch organised without our knowledge by the authors, with participation by parties of whom the publishers would not have approved, we have decided to withdraw publication of the book.'
Next hearing of plea has been listed for 14 August; last month, bail pleas of Kalita, and another member Natasha Narwal, were dismissed by a trial court
'It is disturbing to see a theory emerging which treats the supporters of the anti-CAA protesters as the source of violence,' the professor said in a statement
Hussain alleged that the Delhi Police didn't furnish information on a sixth FIR filed against him, and only gave details of 5 cases
Additional Sessions Judge Vinod Yadav refused to grant the relief to Bharat Bhushan in the case of the alleged murder of Babbu, as he has been identified by an eyewitness in the case
DRP School owner's son, who witnessed Delhi riots, files complaint after receiving threatening phone call
On 3 June, the Delhi Police had filed a chargesheet before a court in relation to the riots in which the building of DRP Convent School was burnt down.
'Take care while making arrests': Delhi Police advisory to riots investigators echoes politics of Hindu privilege
The order has generated much outrage across the country. But for Mumbaikars, the Delhi Police’s 'advice' only evokes a sense of déjà vu.
Police failed to act swiftly, protect lives and properties of Muslims during Delhi violence, minorities panel finds
The Delhi Minorities Commission said 11 mosques, five madrasas or religious schools, a Muslim shrine and a graveyard were attacked
The Crime Branch filed the chargesheets in cases related to murder of four Delhi residents before Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Purushottam Pathak.
Delhi Police told HC that Devagana Kalita had started a campaign to gain public sympathy to malign the investigation by peddling false narrative of political vendetta.
According to the Delhi Police, the accused created a WhatsApp group on 25 February to coordinate with each other and provide men, arms and ammunition