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Delhi violence victim’s father, locals stage protest after police reopens Shiv Vihar School, voice concerns over tampering of riots-related evidence
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Delhi violence victim’s father, locals stage protest after police reopens Shiv Vihar School, voice concerns over tampering of riots-related evidence

The father of Rahul Solanki, who was killed in the northeast Delhi violence last month, and locals staged a protest outside Rajdhani Public School in Shiv Vihar after police opened its seal

Delhi violence: Gun-wielding man Shahrukh, who opened fire at police, sent to 14-day judicial custody by court
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Delhi violence: Gun-wielding man Shahrukh, who opened fire at police, sent to 14-day judicial custody by court

A Delhi court on Tuesday remanded Shahrukh, the man who had opened fire at police during violence in North-East Delhi last month, to 14-day judicial custody.

Delhi violence: At least 690 cases registered, 2,200 people held; AAP launches two-day compensation drive for riot victims
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Delhi violence: At least 690 cases registered, 2,200 people held; AAP launches two-day compensation drive for riot victims

On Saturday, a Delhi court allowed police three more days' custodial interrogation of Shahrukh Pathan, who allegedly pointed a gun at an unarmed police head constable during the riots in Maujpur.

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
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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

Delhi violence: Gun-wielding man Shahrukh charged with attempt to murder, fired three shots 'in a fit of rage', says police
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Delhi violence: Gun-wielding man Shahrukh charged with attempt to murder, fired three shots 'in a fit of rage', says police

A gun-wielding man who was seen confronting an unarmed policeman during violence at Maujpur in northeast Delhi has been arrested from Uttar Pradesh's Bareilly district and is being brought to Delhi, News18 reported on Tuesday

Delhi riots aftermath: Paramilitary forces conduct flag march, help trickles into violence-hit areas but residents allege govt apathy
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Delhi riots aftermath: Paramilitary forces conduct flag march, help trickles into violence-hit areas but residents allege govt apathy

Help trickled in the heavily-guarded riot-hit areas, with people carrying sacks of ration and milk cans in their vehicles

Delhi violence: 1,300 held in connection with clashes; AAP govt sets up nine relief camps in parts of northeast district
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Delhi violence: 1,300 held in connection with clashes; AAP govt sets up nine relief camps in parts of northeast district

Nearly 1,300 people have been arrested or detained so far in connection with last week's communal violence in northeast Delhi where 98 percent of the students appeared for board exams in the affected areas

Delhi Police arrests 40 in connection with riot-related rumours, receives 1,880 distress calls after false alarm of violence
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Delhi Police arrests 40 in connection with riot-related rumours, receives 1,880 distress calls after false alarm of violence

Delhi Police said they have arrested 40 people in connection with riot-related rumours that had spread in parts of the national capital on Sunday evening, when the department received 1,880 distress calls from people panicked by the false alarm of communal violence

Delhi violence toll rises to 47; Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha adjourned as Opposition raises uproar seeking Amit Shah's resignation
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Delhi violence toll rises to 47; Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha adjourned as Opposition raises uproar seeking Amit Shah's resignation

Heavy security deployment remained in place in Delhi even as the toll following the violence in its northeast district touched 47 on Monday

CBSE says further postponement of exams in Delhi's violence-hit areas may hamper chances of admission to professional courses
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CBSE says further postponement of exams in Delhi's violence-hit areas may hamper chances of admission to professional courses

The CBSE board had postponed class 10 and 12 exams in northeast Delhi and parts of east Delhi till 29 February. The schools are closed in the areas till 7 March.

Delhi Police registers 167 FIRs in connection with violence in northeast districts; 885 people held
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Delhi Police registers 167 FIRs in connection with violence in northeast districts; 885 people held

The Delhi Police has registered 167 FIRs and arrested or detained 885 people in connection with the northeast Delhi violence

Northeast Delhi schools to remain closed till 7 March; CBSE postpones board exams in violence-affected areas, new dates to be notified later
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Northeast Delhi schools to remain closed till 7 March; CBSE postpones board exams in violence-affected areas, new dates to be notified later

CBSE board which is presently conducting its Class 10 and Class 12 board examinations had also postponed the tests whose exam centres were located in the violence-hit areas

Congress accuses Delhi Police of carrying out 'one-sided' investigation into violence, asks SC to appoint amicus curiae
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Congress accuses Delhi Police of carrying out 'one-sided' investigation into violence, asks SC to appoint amicus curiae

Congress's senior spokesperson Anand Sharma also said the situation is far from normal and an atmosphere of fear is still prevailing

Uneasy calm in parts of northeast Delhi after two days of violence claim 27 lives; journalists, police personnel among injured
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Uneasy calm in parts of northeast Delhi after two days of violence claim 27 lives; journalists, police personnel among injured

An uneasy calm prevailed in parts of northeast Delhi after sustained violence for over three days. The violence which began as clashes between pro and anti CAA protesters spiralled into riots, claiming 27 lives and injuring over 200.

Shiv Sena dubs Delhi violence as 'horror film' depicting 1984 anti-Sikh riots in mouthpiece Saamana, blames Centre for failure to maintain law and order
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Shiv Sena dubs Delhi violence as 'horror film' depicting 1984 anti-Sikh riots in mouthpiece Saamana, blames Centre for failure to maintain law and order

Observing that the violence in Delhi is akin to a 'horror film' depicting the grim reality of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, the Shiv Sena said on Wednesday. The editorial in party mouthpiece 'Saamana' lamented that Trump was welcomed in Delhi while there was a bloodbath on the streets.

'Prolonged impunity must end': Amnesty India says leaders making hate speeches must be held accountable in view of violence in Delhi over CAA
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'Prolonged impunity must end': Amnesty India says leaders making hate speeches must be held accountable in view of violence in Delhi over CAA

The Amnesty India urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to unequivocally condemn the recent hate speeches made by leaders and demanded that they must be held accountable.

Delhi violence: With protesters blocking ambulances, injured being brought to hospitals on bikes and vans, says police
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Delhi violence: With protesters blocking ambulances, injured being brought to hospitals on bikes and vans, says police

Clashes broke out between groups supporting and opposing the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) in northeast Delhi's Jaffrabad and Maujpur on Monday, with protesters torching houses, shops and vehicles, and hurling stones at each other.

Delhi violence: Pregnant woman out to pick daughter from school in Chand Bagh narrates ordeal, says cops, mob beat her unconscious
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Delhi violence: Pregnant woman out to pick daughter from school in Chand Bagh narrates ordeal, says cops, mob beat her unconscious

In a first-person account, Rubina Bano, a resident of Delhi's Chand Bagh area who is three-months pregnantrevealed that she was mercilessly beaten up by male policemen with lathis and batons.

'Mob set shops on fire, attacked houses as police looked on': Bhajanpura, Yamuna Vihar residents recall Monday's horror
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'Mob set shops on fire, attacked houses as police looked on': Bhajanpura, Yamuna Vihar residents recall Monday's horror

As angry mobs ran riot in the Bhajanpura-Yamuna Vihar area all through Monday night and Tuesday morning, residents recalled the fear they underwent

Mumbai Police steps up vigil at Gateway of India fearing fresh round of protests against violence in Delhi
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Mumbai Police steps up vigil at Gateway of India fearing fresh round of protests against violence in Delhi

Police presence has been stepped up at the Gateway of India to thwart any attempt by people to gather at the venue to protest against the violence in Delhi