Ruckus over Ludhiana gangrape stalls Punjab Assembly; law and order deteriorated under Congress govt, says Opposition
Insisting that the law and order situation had been maintained effectively during the last two years of his government, Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh said three of the six persons involved in gang-rape incident had been arrested.
Kisan Kranti Yatra: Farmers' march turns violent at Delhi-Uttar Pradesh border, police use tear gas to disperse protesters
Farmers were stopped near UP-Delhi border and police used water cannons to disperse protesters after a few farmers broke the barricades.
Bihar shelter homes rapes: SC takes suo motu cognisance of Muzaffarpur case, demands explanation from Nitish Kumar govt, Centre
The Supreme Court ruling comes at a much-needed time in the Bihar shelter home cases, where over 40 minor girls have been raped in Muzaffarpur.
ABVP activists stage protest in Delhi to demand sacking of NSUI leader accused of molesting girl in Chhattisgarh
Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) activists staged a protest in Delhi against Congress's student outfit National Students' Union of India (NSUI) and demanded sacking of a leader, who has been accused of molesting a girl in Chhattisgarh.
BHU unrest: After police lathicharge, many circulate fake image of injured girl not related to incident
A fake image of an injured girl was circulated by several politicians, journalists on social media to highlight the lack of women's safety at BHU.
BHU students' protest: UP govt removes three additional city magistrates, two police officers over lathicharge
The Uttar Pradesh government on Monday removed three additional city magistrates and two policemen in connection with the baton-charge on students in the Banaras Hindu University during a protest over an alleged eve-teasing incident.
BHU students' protest: Rahul Gandhi slams BJP for lathicharge on girls, calls it party's version of Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday slammed the BJP for the lathi charge on girl students of Benaras Hindu University.
A journalist working for a local television channel was allegedly killed in an attack by tribal party cadres in Tripura on Wednesday, police said.
BJP protests against Mamata Banerjee govt; Kolkata cops resort to lathicharge, detains demonstrators
BJP activists hit the streets protesting against Mamta Banerjee's government failing law and order situation in West Bengal on Thursday
A day after a protest outside the Vidhan Bhawan, BJP on Thursday filed a police complaint demanding FIR against Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and police officers for "brutal lathicharge" on party workers.
Troop deployment was set up by the British for colonial objectives. That's how Kashmir's residents now perceive them – as attempts to maintain colonisation.
Six journalists were injured in police lathicharge in Jamshedpur prompting the authorities to suspend three constables and close its officer-in-charge.
Unrest was witnessed again on Tuesday at NIT Srinagar, the scene of last week's clash, with outstation students expressing a sense of insecurity.
Internet and mobile SMS services have been suspended indefinitely by authorities in Rohtak district in the wake of protests by Jat community which is demanding reservation in government jobs and educational institutions under OBC category.
Haryana Police believe the the slingshots are a "non-lethal way" to control violent crowds.
Violence erupted in the temple town of Varanasi, the parliamentary constituency of prime minister Narendra Modi, on Monday when saints and Hindu religious groups taking out a 'Pratikar Yatra' to protest against a lathicharge and ban on immersion of idols in Ganga, turned violent.
Several Left activists, including CPI-M central committee member Dipak Dasgupta, and some policemen were injured when Left workers clashed with police.
Gujarat police arrests Hardik Patel for defying prohibitory orders, mobile internet banned across state
Patel quota stir leader Hardik Patel was arrested on Saturday night in Surat for defying prohibitory orders even as Gujarat administration banned mobile Internet services across the state.
Several people in Lucknow were injured as a protest by job-seekers suddenly turned violent on Tuesday.
Police resorted to cane-charge and teargas firing to disperse pro-AIIMS protesters at three places amid clashes in Jammu city, where a bandh was observed for second consecutive day today over the demand for establishment of AIIMS in the region.