Anti-CAA protesters open road number 9 near Shaheen Bagh; police barricades remain in place on opposite end
A road near the Shaheen Bagh protest site was opened by a group of anti-CAA protesters on Saturday
AAP's Sanjay Singh says Centre can end Shaheen Bagh protest but is ‘keeping issue alive’ to avoid discussion on unemployment, economic slowdown
The Centre can end the anti-CAA protest at Delhi's Shaheen Bagh but it is keeping the issue alive to avoid discussion on pressing issues like unemployment and economic slowdown, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Sanjay Singh claimed on Monday.
SC to take up pleas seeking Centre's direction to remove anti-CAA protesters on Shaheen Bagh-Kalindi Kunj stretch
The petition seeks appropriate direction to the respondents, including the Union of India (UOI) for laying down detailed, comprehensive and exhaustive guidelines relating to outright restrictions for holding anti-CAA protest/agitation leading to obstruction of the public place.
Roads at Shaheen Bagh, Chand Bagh blocked by protesters, MHA tells Lok Sabha; no assessment of loss to general public, says G Kishan Reddy
The Home Ministry said on Tuesday that two roads in Delhi — one at Shaheen Bagh and the other at Chand Bagh — have been blocked by protesters
Shaheen Bagh protesters can't block public road indefinitely: SC issues notice to Centre, Delhi govt on pleas against anti-CAA demonstration
At the fag end of the hearing on Shaheen Bagh protests, when advocate appearing for a petitioner insisted that some directions may be passed as people are facing inconvenience due to the blockade of public roads, the bench said, 'If you have waited for over 50 days, wait for some more days.'
It said that people in Shaheen Bagh are illegally protesting against the amended citizenship law, by blocking the common and public road connecting Delhi to Noida.
SC defers pleas against Shaheen Bagh protests, say don't want to influence Delhi Assembly polls; hearing on 10 Feb
Shaheen Bagh has been at the core of the political narrative for Delhi Assembly election, especially after the incidents of shooting were reported near the protest area.
SC to hear pleas seeking directions from Centre to remove protesters from Shaheen Bagh for causing obstruction
Supreme Court will on Friday hear the petitions seeking direction to the Central government for laying down comprehensive guidelines relating to restrictions for holding protests causing obstruction of public places.
Anti-CAA protest at Shaheen Bagh: Irked by difficulties faced during commute, locals stage demonstration against closure of Kalindi Kunj road
A group of locals staged a demonstration near the anti-CAA protest site in Delhi's Shaheen Bagh, demanding the removal of barricades from the road connecting Noida with Kalindi Kunj
Shaheen Bagh protesters write to Narendra Modi, urge PM to listen to their concerns about CAA, NRC over ‘a cup of tea’
Several protestors at Delhi's Shaheen Bagh on Saturday said that they have written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi inviting him to join them for tea and listen to their concerns over the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act and the NRC
Citizenship Amendment Act protests: Okhla underpass and portion of Mathura Road in New Delhi closed for traffic today
Okhla underpass and a portion of Mathura Road were closed for traffic movement on Wednesday morning, the Delhi Traffic Police said.
People celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr with fervour in India, South Asia on Saturday; hundreds offer prayers at Taj Mahal, Jama Masjid
Hudnreds of Muslims gathered to offer prayers for Eid-ul-Fitar at the beautiful Taj Mahal. The crescent of the moon was sighted on the evening of 15 June.
This was to have been an Eid that echoed the celebrations of a real home for Tabassum Khanum, one of more than 200 Rohingya Muslim refugees whose lives were upended once again, when a fire blazed through their shanty homes.
Prashant Bhushan files complaint against BJP youth leader Manish Chandela for tweet on having set Rohingya camp ablaze
Senior lawyer Prashant Bhushan filed a complaint against BJP youth wing leader Manish Chandela after he admitted to burning down a Rohingya refugee camp.
Ground Report: Delhi's only Rohingya refugee camp burns down; families recall ordeal, cops yet to find cause of fire
Fifty-five Rohingya refugee families have been rendered homeless after a massive fire broke out in a settlement colony on Sunday at Kalindi Kunj in Delhi.
Six people were arrested for allegedly abducting cab drivers and looting them, and stealing their vehicles near Kalindi Kunj area in Delhi.
Chhath festivities, smog-filled air and protest by Jawaharlal Nehru University students over the missing student led to traffic snarls in the city on Monday.
In a Hollywood-style heist, an unidentified gang of miscreants allegedly drove off with a truck carrying electronic goods worth Rs 26 crore belonging to Samsung in southeast Delhi's Kalindi Kunj area, police said.