Mob Lynchings News
Maharashtra election: Shashi Tharoor in Pune recounts mob lynchings of Mohsin Shaikh, Mohammad Akhlaq, Pehlu Khan, asks 'is this our Bharat'
Congress MP from Thiruvananthapuram Shashi Tharoor on Sunday condemned the incidents of mob lynchings that have happened "over the last six years", in a veiled attack on the NDA government at the Centre.
Arnab Goswami trends on Twitter for his 'high-pitched' questioning of Aparna Sen over letter to PM; social media divided over journalist's act
Journalist and Republic TV anchor Arnab Goswami on Wednesday conducted a prime-time debate on his channel on the issue of 49 prominent personalities writing a letter to the prime minister expressing concern over the rising number of hate crimes in the country including lynching.
The Gujarat Assembly witnessed angry exchanges on Wednesday during a debate on a private member's bill tabled by a Congress MLA Imran Khedawala for punishing mob lynchings and violence against the minorities
Venkaiah Naidu calls India most secular country in world, says 'isolated incidents' happen here and there
Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu said India does not need any lessons from others, as it is the most secular country in the world, where religious freedoms are guaranteed by the Constitution.
While there is no easy solution to fight fake news, citizens are pitching in to wage war against it.
Mob lynchings: SC questions states, UTs for failing to follow guidelines to curb violence; only 9 states, 2 UTs complied with order
The Supreme Court on Friday took a stern view of the fact that only 9 of the 29 states, an 2 of 7 UTs have framed a report against lynchings based on the apex court's detailed 17 July 17 order
Supreme Court asks all states to submit reports on procedures to stop cow vigilantism, mob lynchings within one week
The Supreme Court has warned all states to comply with its 17 July verdict directing states to submit reports on the procedure to curb to incidents of cow vigilantism and mob lynchings.
Tehseen Poonawalla appears before official panel mulling over anti-lynching law, suggests life term for guilty
Poonawalla, who is pressing for an anti-lynching bill or Masuka (Manav Suraksha Kanoon), told PTI that he had a fruitful meeting with the panel headed by Union Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba
PDP MP Muzaffar Baig's warning against mob lynchings: 'Killings in the name of cow will cause another partition'
Senior PDP leader and Lok Sabha member from Baramulla Muzaffar Hussain Baig on Saturday warned of another partition of India if lynching of Muslims over cow-smuggling allegations were not stopped forthwith.
The court warned to impose a fine of Rs 5 lakh/day if they fail to develop a foolproof mechanism.
WhatsApp will look if any spurious messages are being circulated before the polls kick in especially 48-hours ahead of polling
The mob had lynched a 32-year-old man after WhatsApp rumours that he was a child-kidnapper.
Swaraj at 70 Part 2: Not being able to disagree without causing upheaval is dangerous, says Sushobha Barve
Firstpost spoke to Sushobha about the situation in Kashmir, the recent spate of mob-lynchings and the meaning of Swaraj in present day India.
'Hindustan turning into lynchistan': Opposition raises heat in Parliament, blames BJP for encouraging gau rakshaks
The Opposition Monday accused the BJP-led government of encouraging organisations behind violence by cow vigilantes, with Congress claiming that lynching of people in the name of religion and cow protection began only after the NDA assumed power
Parliament Day 10 highlights: Ruckus in Rajya Sabha as BJP, Congress spar over resignations in Gujarat ahead of RS polls
It is likely that the Opposition will disrupt the Parliament proceedings on Day 10 of the Monsoon Session of the Parliament.
Monsoon Session of Parliament, Day 9: After week full of disruptions, Lok Sabha witnesses smooth sailing
After almost a week the two Houses witnessed smooth proceedings that led onto a few meaningful discussions.
Monsoon Session of Parliament: NDA, Opposition clash over suspension of Congress leaders in Lok Sabha
Lok Sabha saw a verbal clash between the ruling side and the opposition, with Congress demanding an immediate debate on the lynching issue while the BJP sought an apology from the Congress members suspended for throwing papers towards the Speaker
Residents of Shadipur, Khampur and Ranjit Nagar in central-west Delhi Thursday took out a peace march against mob lynchings and terror attacks
An Islamic forum said the Centre's assurance that those involved in mob lynchings would be acted against was not having any impact on the ground, and the situation was "deteriorating very fast"