In Bareilly jail, I was the guardian of all Kashmiris, says journalist Qazi Shibli after 9 months of detention under PSA
On 25 April, Qazi Shibli, a south Kashmir-based journalist and editor, returned home after nine month in a prison in Uttar Pradesh's Bareilly
U2 in India: Band's message of equality, accountability felt timely and resonant, but Mumbai gig lacked soul
While the runup to the concert has meant enduring repeated U2 puns and jokes on needing a visa for Nerul, that the tour was to be a celebration of the band’s greatest selling album and one of the world’s best-selling ones The Joshua Tree, made it all worth it.
U2 had previously performed in New Zealand, Australia, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and the Philippines as part of their Joshua Tree tour.
Three years after JNU student Najeeb Ahmed went missing, his mother says agencies not doing enough, urges govt to bring her son back
Three years after JNU student Najeeb Ahmed went missing, his mother Fatima Nafees appealed to the government on Tuesday to bring him back and alleged that the investigative agencies are not doing enough
MM Kalburgi was killed over 2014 speech against superstition, says SIT; chargesheet filed against hitman Ganesh Miskin, 6 others
SIT files charge sheet against six accused in MM Kalburgi murder case, says Ganesh Mishkin was involved in both Kalburgi and Gauri Lankesh's death.
Vikram Bhave is accused of helping the shooters conduct a recce before Narendra Dabholkar, a noted anti-superstition activist, was shot dead in Pune in August 2013
RSS defamation case: Rahul Gandhi gets bail on surety of Rs 15,000; enjoying the fight, says ex-Congress chief
Rahul Gandhi on Thursday pleaded not guilty in connection with a defamation case filed against him in 2017 for allegedly linking journalist Gauri Lankesh's murder with the "BJP-RSS ideology".
Rahul Gandhi to appear before Mazgaon court in RSS defamation case in first public appearance after quitting as Congress president
In February, earlier this year, RSS Swayam Sevak Dhrutiman Joshi had filed a defamation case against Rahul Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi, Sitaram Yechury and the Communist Party of India (Marxist) for defaming the RSS following the death of Gauri Lankesh.
Narendra Dabholkar case: CBI opposes bail for Sanatan Sanstha's lawyer Sanjeev Punalekar, cites statement of co-accused
The CBI cited a "Forensic Psychological Analysis Statement" of accused Sharad Kalaskar and told a court here that he and Sachin Andure killed rationalist Narendra Dabholkar
Thane court issues summons to Rahul Gandhi, Sitaram Yechury over anti-RSS remarks, linking Sangh to Gauri Lankesh's murder
A Mumbai metropolitan magistrate's court is also hearing a criminal defamation case against Rahul Gandhi and Sitaram Yechury, filed by another RSS activist over the same issue
EVM hacking charge: CEC Sunil Arora says India 'won't be intimidated, bullied' into going back to ballot papers
Three days after self proclaimed cyber expert Syed Shuja claimed that EVMs could be hacked, Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora said there is no way the country will be "intimidated, bullied or coerced" into going back to the ballot paper system.
Kapil Sibal lends London 'hackathon' undeserved gravitas, gives BJP opportunity to corner Congress on EVMs
Kapil Sibal’s presence also raises the question whether the Congress endorses such wild conspiracy theories
'Cyber expert' Syed Shuja says EVMs for 2014 LS polls rigged: Who is he and what can EC do to put claim to rest
Self-proclaimed cyber expert Syed Shuja asserted that the 2014 general elections had been rigged from the beginning, and that the EVMs used in the polls were found to have been transmitting some kind of disruptive frequency.
Actor-activist Prakash Raj will contest 2019 Lok Sabha polls as Independent candidate from Bengaluru Central
Activist and renowned actor of Indian cinema, Prakash Raj has on Saturday announced that he will contest the 2019 general elections as an independent candidate from the Bengaluru Central constituency.
Despite rising crimes against journalists, India still 'in process of' collecting data on killed scribes since 2014
Despite India being the world's largest democracy, attempts to silence journalists are steadily rising. India, according to Reporters Without Borders, ranks a low 136 among 180 countries when it comes to press freedom.
Activists' murders: SC says one agency can investigate if there's common thread; asks CBI to file reply by January first week
The SC asked the CBI to inform it by January first week as to why it should not investigate all the four cases if there appears a link among all the murders
Gauri Lankesh's murder an organised crime, journalist killed for her anti-Hindutva ideology, says SIT chargesheet
The SIT submitted the 9,235-page charge sheet on Gauri Lankesh's murder in the Principal Civil and Sessions court in Bengaluru Friday.
Lankesh, 55, the editor of Lankesh Patrike, was shot dead outside her residence in the city's suburb by unidentified assailants on 5 September, 2017.
Narendra Dabholkar murder: Pune court grants CBI 45-day extension to file chargesheet against six accused
A court on Saturday granted a 45-day extension to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to file a charge sheet against two of the six accused in the Narendra Dabholkar murder case. Dabholkar, a well-known anti-superstition activist, was shot dead in Pune on 20 August 2013