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In aftermath of Delhi riots, overworked doctors, kindness of strangers at Al-Hind hospital set example for city admin
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In aftermath of Delhi riots, overworked doctors, kindness of strangers at Al-Hind hospital set example for city admin

Al-Hind hospital, a small clinic with one ward and only fifteen beds, is open to the victims of riots in the Old Mustafabad region of northeast Delhi. Initially run as a small clinic, the hospital has now opened up another floor to accomodate victims.

Day after Justice Murlidhar rakes Delhi Police over coals, HC gives Centre 4 weeks to respond to PIL seeking BJP leaders' arrest
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Day after Justice Murlidhar rakes Delhi Police over coals, HC gives Centre 4 weeks to respond to PIL seeking BJP leaders' arrest

The Delhi High Court allowed the Centre to be impleaded as a party in the PIL seeking lodging of FIRs and arrests in the northeast Delhi communal violence, and adjourned the case till 13 April.

Delhi violence: Sonia Gandhi-led Congress delegation urges Ram Nath Kovind to call for Amit Shah's resignation over 'abdication of duty'
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Delhi violence: Sonia Gandhi-led Congress delegation urges Ram Nath Kovind to call for Amit Shah's resignation over 'abdication of duty'

A Congress delegation, including party chief Sonia Gandhi urged Ram Nath Kovind to call for Amit Shah's resignation over his alleged 'abdication of duty' during the communal violence in Delhi.

Delhi Police constable Ratan Lal's family to get Rs 1 crore compensation; Arvind Kejriwal offers govt job to dead cop's wife
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Delhi Police constable Ratan Lal's family to get Rs 1 crore compensation; Arvind Kejriwal offers govt job to dead cop's wife

Slain Delhi Police Head Constable Ratan Lal, who died during clashes over the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) on Monday in northeast Delhi, has been accorded with a martyr status by the BJP-led Centre.

Richa Chadha, Anubhav Sinha, Hansal Mehta among others express concern over Delhi violence; call for peace
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Richa Chadha, Anubhav Sinha, Hansal Mehta among others express concern over Delhi violence; call for peace

Richa Chadha, Rekha Bhardwaj, Anubhav Sinha, Raveena Tandon, Shruti Seth, Sandhya Mridul, Sona Mohapatra, Hansal Mehta, and Nikkhil Advani have expressed their anger at Delhi violence that has claimed at least 27 lives

US Commission on Religious Freedom condemns mob violence in Delhi, urges Centre to ensure safety of all citizens including Muslims
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US Commission on Religious Freedom condemns mob violence in Delhi, urges Centre to ensure safety of all citizens including Muslims

USCIRF Chair Tony Perkins termed the ongoing violence in Delhi and the attacks on Muslims, including burning of their homes, shops and houses of worship, as "greatly disturbing".

Delhi violence: Toll rises to 27 as uneasy calm settles over National Capital; HC slams police for inaction; Modi, Kejriwal appeal for peace
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Delhi violence: Toll rises to 27 as uneasy calm settles over National Capital; HC slams police for inaction; Modi, Kejriwal appeal for peace

In the Delhi High Court, the police came in for severe criticism as a division bench questioned the delay in registering an FIR against BJP leaders who allegedly made inflammatory speeches.

'Don't want repeat of 1984', says Delhi HC, directs police to decide on FIRs against BJP leaders over hate speeches by today
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'Don't want repeat of 1984', says Delhi HC, directs police to decide on FIRs against BJP leaders over hate speeches by today

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday slammed the Delhi Police over its "state of affairs" while directing it to take "conscious decision" with respect to the lodging of FIRs against alleged hate speeches by three BJP leaders in connection with the CAA violence and convey its decision to the court by Thursday

Delhi violence: DCW receives complaints from women in violence-hit areas; chief Swati Maliwal meets police officials
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Delhi violence: DCW receives complaints from women in violence-hit areas; chief Swati Maliwal meets police officials

Delhi Commission for Women chief Swati Maliwal on Wednesday met senior police officials and told them that the panel has been receiving several complaints from distressed women in violence-affected northeast Delhi.

Delhi violence: IB staffer Ankit Sharma found dead in Chand Bagh; 26-year-old's body was recovered in drain
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Delhi violence: IB staffer Ankit Sharma found dead in Chand Bagh; 26-year-old's body was recovered in drain

Ankit Sharma, one of the 22 killed in the communal violence over the citizenship amendment law in Delhi, is survived by his parents, brother and sister.

Delhi can learn from Mumbai's violent history: Communal riots follow a classic pattern of provocation, reaction and police inaction
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Delhi can learn from Mumbai's violent history: Communal riots follow a classic pattern of provocation, reaction and police inaction

The Delhi riot is following the classic communal riot pattern. First, the Hindutva leaders try to provoke Muslims. Muslims react violently. Then the police descend on the scene, often helping the rioters. At the end of the riot, you have more Muslims killed, more Muslim properties destroyed, and more Muslims arrested than Hindus.

Shiv Sena dubs Delhi violence as 'horror film' depicting 1984 anti-Sikh riots in mouthpiece Saamana, blames Centre for failure to maintain law and order
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Shiv Sena dubs Delhi violence as 'horror film' depicting 1984 anti-Sikh riots in mouthpiece Saamana, blames Centre for failure to maintain law and order

Observing that the violence in Delhi is akin to a 'horror film' depicting the grim reality of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, the Shiv Sena said on Wednesday. The editorial in party mouthpiece 'Saamana' lamented that Trump was welcomed in Delhi while there was a bloodbath on the streets.

'Prolonged impunity must end': Amnesty India says leaders making hate speeches must be held accountable in view of violence in Delhi over CAA
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'Prolonged impunity must end': Amnesty India says leaders making hate speeches must be held accountable in view of violence in Delhi over CAA

The Amnesty India urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to unequivocally condemn the recent hate speeches made by leaders and demanded that they must be held accountable.