British politicians are lecturing India on how to deal with matters of citizenship when Brexit, the biggest challenge the UK faces after World War II, is mainly predicated on Britons voting to end rampant immigration under liberal European Union laws.
Delhi violence was 'one-sided, well planned', thousands fled to native villages, says Delhi Minorities Commission report
A report of the Delhi Minorities Commission on the northeast Delhi violence has claimed that thousands of people have fled the city to their native villages in Uttar Pradesh and Haryana, and that the violence was 'one-sided and well planned'
Delhi riots: Toll in spate of violence in northeast district rises to 53; GTB hospital sees 44 casualties
The death toll in the Delhi violence has risen to 53. Till now 44 deaths have been reported from Guru Teg Bahadur (GTB) Hospital, three from Lok Nayak Hospital, one from Jag Parvesh Chander Hospital and five from Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital.`
'Confront extremist Hindus': Ayatollah Khamenei slams Modi govt as Delhi riots strain India-Iran ties
Iran on Thursday continued its criticism of India over the Delhi riots, with the country's Supreme Leader Sayyid Ali Khamenei saying that the Centre should "confront extremist Hindus and their parties", and called for a stop to the "massacre of Muslims".
Delhi violence: Police arrests Tahir Hussain in Ankit Sharma murder case after local court rejects ex-AAP councillor’s plea to surrender
Hussain has been booked in the murder case of the IB staffer in northeast Delhi amid violence over the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) last week.
'Long live Constitution, long live love': Full speech of Harsh Mander, which govt says 'incited' violence during anti-CAA protests
During the hearing, Mehta read selective excerpts from a speech Mander made at Jamia Milia Islamia (JMI) University on 16 December, 2019, during an anti-CAA protest, claiming it incited violence and instigated the crowd against the apex court.
Hindustan is being divided, burnt, says Congress leader Rahul Gandhi after visiting violence-hit areas of northeast Delhi
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said that the values which are India's strengths — brotherhood, unity and love — have been burnt in Delhi violence and it has caused a dent in India's global image
Attempts to create panic over coronavirus to divert attention from Delhi riots, says West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee alleged that 'some people and channels' were trying to create panic over coronovirus in the country to divert attention from the Delhi communal riots.
TMC says Parliament being treated 'like BJP's back office', alleges Modi, Shah didn't allow discussion on Delhi riots
At least 47 people were killed and around 200 sustained injuries in the violence that hit northeast Delhi last month
Delhi HC asks govt, police to ensure security at centres till board exams are over in riot-hit northeast region of National Capital
The Delhi High Court directed the AAP government and the Delhi Police on Wednesday to ensure there is no breach of security at board exam centres till all the examinations are over in northeast Delhi
Lok Sabha passes direct tax bill; proceedings disrupted for third day as Opposition continues protest over Delhi violence
Lok Sabha proceedings were disrupted for the third day on Wednesday as Opposition parties created an uproar demanding an immediate discussion on the Delhi violence
Centre turns on Harsh Mander, petitioner in Delhi hate speech case, alleges he too incited mob; SC refuses to hear his plea
The Supreme Court of India, tasked with deciding whether or not BJP leaders should be booked for inciting Delhi riots, on Wednesday got sidetracked at the beginning of the hearing as Solicitor General Tushar Mehta alleged that Harsh Mander, one of the petitioners, also gave an inflammatory speech
Hearing pleas on Delhi riots, SC terms 4-weeks delay in hearing hate speech case 'concerning', asks Delhi HC to take up matter on 6 March
Hearing petitions seeking FIRs against BJP leaders for hate speech, the Supreme Court on Wednesday frowned upon the Delhi High Court's decision to defer the sensitive matter by a month. The apex court, however, did not see it fit to issue any other directions to the high court and referred all related petitions to it.
Tahir Hussain didn't need rescuing during Delhi riots, says police; cops on lookout for ex-AAP MLA in connection with IB officer's death
Hours after Additional Commissioner of Police Ajit Kumar Singla claimed that expelled AAP leader Tahir Hussain was rescued as mobs wreaked havoc in northeast Delhi, Delhi Police PRO MS Randhawa said that the former MLA did not need to be rescued
Over 1,000 riot-affected people moved to Delhi’s Mustafabad relief camp since Monday; helpdesks set up to assist with compensation claims
Over a 1,000 riot-affected people moved into a Delhi government's relief camp in Mustafabad in the past 24 hours and they are being provided with all basic facilities
'Can't handle that', says CJI Bobde as Supreme Court agrees to hear plea seeking FIRs against BJP leaders over their hate speech; matter to be heard today
A similar plea is pending before the Delhi High Court, which will be taken up for next hearing on 13 April. On 27 February, the bench comprising Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice C Hari Shankar deferred the hearing by four weeks based on the submission of Solicitor General Tushar Mehta on behalf of the Delhi Police.
BJP's Sangeeta Deo accuses two women Congress MPs of ‘assaulting’ her during ruckus in Lok Sabha over Delhi violence
BJP MP Sangeeta Kumari Singh Deo alleged two women Congress parliamentarians assaulted her during ruckus in Lok Sabha on Tuesday.
Delhi education department says riot-affected students who missed CBSE board exams ‘needn’t worry’, tells schools to keep record
The Delhi government's education department on Tuesday issued guidelines for heads of schools and superintendents of exam centres to ensure that the records of students from the city's violence-hit areas who are not appearing for exams are maintained meticulously and shared with the CBSE.
The BJP on Tuesday formed a relief committee to provide help to the affected people in violence-hit northeast Delhi.
Delhi violence aftermath: Muslims change their names, avoid Islamic greetings, do away with hijab to stay safe
While some Muslims in Delhi avoid saying Islamic greetings in public places, some have changed their name on Uber.