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Sep 27, 2018
Activist pursuing case against Yogi Aditynath arrested on rape charges; Uttar Pradesh Police on lookout for his 'accomplice'On instance of Pervez Parvaz, a social activist, an FIR had been lodged in Gorakhpur against Yogi Adityanath and others on 27 January, 2007 allegedly for promoting communal hatred between two sections of the society.
Jul 02, 2018
Trainee policeman arrested for taking selfie in judge’s chair in Madhya Pradesh’s UmariaMadhya Pradesh Police has arrested a trainee policeman for taking selfie in a judge's chair. He was charged for trespassing
Feb 17, 2018
ED raids Nirav Modi's Geetanjali Gems showroom in Patna, seizes diamond jewellery worth Rs 2 croreThe ED team started the raid at around midnight and continued till 8 am on Saturday
Dec 21, 2017
Bihar woman dies after ambulance gets stuck in RJD bandh; Senior leader says 'such things happen during agitations'A woman patient breathed her last in an ambulance stuck in a massive traffic jam during the Bihar bandh called by Opposition Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) on Thursday.
Nov 11, 2017
Over 30 Hindu houses torched in Bangladesh following offensive social media post by youth of minority groupA mob of protesters has set on fire at least 30 houses of Hindus in Bangladesh following rumours that a youth from the minority community published an offensive Facebook status
Jul 08, 2017
Violent mob in West Bengal torches 20 trucks after cyclist dies in accident with lorryA mob staged a road blockade and set 20 trucks on fire on Jhargram-Midnapore road after a truck loaded with sand hit a cyclist and critically injured him on Friday evening
Feb 24, 2017
Ramjas College row: AISA may move Delhi HC over police roleExpressing dissatisfaction over the handling of Ramjas College incident by the Delhi Police, the All India Students Association (AISA) on Friday said they will approach the high court if the situation continues like this.