The latest infections - 22 in the district jail and 21 in a temporary jail - took the number of infected jail inmates in the district to 400, officials have said.
Six migrants killed, four seriously injured after being run over by bus near UP's Muzaffarnagar; police arrests driver
Six migrant workers have been killed and five others seriously injured when a speeding bus ran over them on the Delhi-Saharanpur Highway near Muzaffarnagar, officials said on Thursday.
Coronavirus Outbreak: 50 booked, 855 vehicle owners fined for lockdown violation in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar
According to Senior Superintendent of Police Abhishekh Yadav, 10 cases were registered against the violators on Wednesday
Uttar Pradesh child rights body records statements of children detained during violent anti-CAA protests in Muzaffarnagar
The Uttar Pradesh State Commission for Protection of Child Rights has again visited Muzaffarnagar to inquire into alleged atrocities against children in violence during protests against the amended citizenship law
Delhi violence reveals growing availability of country-made guns in National Capital; high time for Delhi Police to crack down
Eyewitnesses' accounts, medical reports of those injured and killed as well as initial investigations of the deadly Delhi violence have revealed another major concern for the Delhi Police, a growing availability of countrymade pistols or desi kattas and pistols in the National Capital
108 PFI members arrested in past four days by UP Police for involvement in anti-CAA protests; 'first state to act against organisation' say cops
The arrests are in addition to the 25 made earlier, Additional Chief Secretary (Home) Awanish Kumar Awasthi told reporters
Anti-CAA protests: SC directs UP govt to respond in four weeks to plea seeking quashing of notices for recovering damages
The Supreme Court on Friday sought response of the Uttar Pradesh government on a plea seeking quashing of notices sent to alleged protesters by district administration for recovering losses caused by damage to public properties during anti-CAA agitations in the state
Muzaffarnagar Police invoke JJ Act against anti-CAA protestors; districts including Aligarh, Bijnor plan to follow suit
After cases alleging that anti-CAA protesters provoked children to pelt stones in Muzaffarnagar failed legal scrutiny, the Uttar Pradesh Police has now booked people under the stringent Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act 2015.
Court grants bail to 14 arrested over violence in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar district during anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests
A court has granted bail to 14 people who were arrested in connection with violence during protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act in Muzaffarnagar
Anti-CAA protests in Muzaffarnagar: UP Police charges 33 arrested accused for provoking children to pelt stones during clashes
The SIT probing the anti-CAA violence in Uttar Pradesh has charged 33 arrested people for provoking children to pelt stones during the protests here against the amended law
UP Police arrests four for violence during anti-CAA protests in Muzaffarnagar; 85 people apprehended so far
Four more people have been arrested here for their alleged involvement in violence during the anti-CAA protests, police said on Friday
Uttar Pradesh anti-CAA stir: 10 madrassa students held on charges of violence during protests in Muzaffarnagar granted bail
Students of the Madrassa Hoja Ilmiya were granted bail on the basis of a special investigation team report that found no evidence against them
Priyanka Gandhi makes unscheduled visit to Muzaffarnagar to meet victims of police crackdown on anti-CAA protests
Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Saturday made an unscheduled visit to this western Uttar Pradesh town to meet the families of those who bore the brunt of the recent violent protests against the amended Citizenship Act
Uttar Pradesh anti-CAA stir: Muzaffarnagar district administration issues notice to 46 people for damaging public property during protests
46 people who have been given notices have been told that the authorities found their involvement in alleged vandalism during the protests against the CAA on 20 December in Uttar pradesh's Muzaffarnagar, said additional district magistrate Amit Kumar
Anti-CAA protests: Anticipating trouble after Friday prayers, Uttar Pradesh govt suspends internet services in 6 western UP districts
Internet services were suspended in half a dozen western Uttar Pradesh districts on Thursday night as a precautionary measure amid protests against the contentious citizenship law, officials said.
National Human Rights Commission issues notice to Uttar Pradesh DGP over police action during anti-CAA protests in state
'Youth have been killed, the Internet has been suspended, and the police themselves are destroying public property', according to complaint submitted to NHRC
Opposition slams Centre for trying to 'fool people' over NPR; protests continue in Delhi, Assam over CAA
Even as protests against the amended citizenship law continued in different parts of the country, the Union government approved a proposal to update the National Population Register
Citizenship Amendment Act protests Updates: NPR first step for NRC, says Derek O'Brien; TMC leader accuses Centre of trying to fool people
Citizenship Amendment Act protests Updates: After the union cabinet approved Rs 3,941.35 crore for updating the NPR on Tuesday, the Trinamool Congress said that BJP is trying to 'fool and cheat' the people of the country as the population register is the 'first step towards NRC'.
Citizenship Amendment Act protests: How State controlled a pan-India movement with internet bans, police crackdown that left 25 dead
Internet services were suspended across major cities in Uttar Pradesh and a few sensitive ones in West Bengal and Karnataka as central and state governments doubled down on efforts to check the spread of agitations
What really happened during the CAA protests at Muzaffarnagar? Ruptured knees, looted property tell tale of police excess
Students living at Sadat Hostel in Muzaffarnagar were in for a rude shock when the police barged into their hostel premises late on Friday evening. Almost all the students staying at the hostel were arrested on alleged charges of rioting during the protest from earlier that day.