When the US imposed sanctions on four Chinese officials over China’s crackdown on Uighurs and other Muslims in Xinjiang, Beijing reciprocated by announcing travel bans and sanctions on prominent Republican members of Congress
Govt clarification on LAC vital, shows accountability critical to democracy, reinforces need for transparency
As the din lowers on the Galwan incident per se, the government must willingly welcome and brace itself for more 'questioning' on the overall India-China relationship, and the restiveness in the neighbourhood, including that with traditional allies like Nepal
UP Police arrests 12 under NSA for thrashing Dalits in Azamgarh's Sikandarpur Aima village; local SHO suspended
Twelve people were arrested after they thrashed youths in a Dalit locality in Azamgarh and charged under the stringent NSA, a senior officer said on Saturday
Exclusive: Not the time to play politics over appointment of health minister, says Shivraj Singh Chouhan; MP may extend lockdown if needed
The immediate concern is fighting and winning this war against coronavirus and the safety of the people, Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan tells Firstpost.
In Uttar Pradesh's Meerut, locals attack team trying to seal locality due to coronavirus; four arrested
Circle Officer Dinesh Shukla said the accused pelted stones at the team, injuring a police official and the city magistrate of Meerut
Coronavirus Outbreak: Uttar Pradesh govt to slap NSA against persons who attack policemen enforcing lockdown in state
'The police is doing its duty by preventing people to come out during lockdown. There have been incidents in the state in which policemen were attacked by people. To deter such persons, it has been decided to invoke NSA against such persons', a senior Home Department official
NSA charges filed against Kafeel Khan for making anti-CAA remarks at Aligarh Muslim University last December
Kafeel Khan was suspended and arrested for alleged negligence after over 60 children died at the BRD Medical College in Gorakhpur in August 2017
Supreme Court refuses to entertain plea challenging imposition of NSA in Delhi and other states amid anti-CAA protests
The Supreme Court refused to entertain a plea challenging the imposition of the National Security Act (NSA) in few states and the national capital amid anti-CAA protests.
Supreme Court to hear plea against imposition of NSA in Delhi, Andhra Pradesh amid anti-CAA protests today
The Supreme Court would hear on Friday a fresh plea challenging the imposition of the National Security Act (NSA) in few states and the national capital empowering police to detain persons sans trial for a period of 12 months
NPR is nothing but 'NRC in disguise': Congress' P Chidambaram says after Kerala govt moves SC, Punjab passes resolution against CAA
Asserting that the National Population Register is nothing but "NRC in disguise", Congress leader P Chidambaram said on Saturday that the Modi government has changed gears and is now only talking about the NPR after the "fiasco" in Assam over the citizenship list
Amid anti-CAA protests, Delhi L-G extends police's detention powers under NSA; law allows cops to hold a person for 12 months sans trial
The Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Anil Baijal has extended the Delhi Police's detention powers under the National Security Act, 1980, for a three-month period between 19 January and 18 April, The Leaflet reported
Oppo firing case: National Security Act invoked against man accused for firing at security guard in Greater Noida
The Gautam Buddh Nagar administration on Monday invoked the National Security Act (NSA) against the third accused involved in the firing at a security guard of the site belonging to Chinese phone manufacturing company Oppo
UP Police says 82 people wrongly arrested for child theft; cautions against acting on rumours, as incidents of violence increase
Eighty-two people have been arrested in Uttar Pradesh for spreading rumours of child theft, Director General of Police (DGP) OP Singh on Wednesday as he appealed to the public not to believe such rumours and take the law into their hands.
Agra Police introduces ‘eagle mobile team’ to keep eye on 'professional criminals', appoints 2 constables per booth
Police in Agra has introduced an eagle mobile team to keep an eye on 'professional criminals'.
Aligarh murder case: Police makes headway, arrests two others; prime accused was booked for raping own daughter 5 yrs ago
Aligarh Murder Case: Meanwhile, amid conflicting reports on whether or not the girl was subjected to sexual abuse, the police clarified that rape cannot be ruled out at this point
Aligarh toddler's murder sends shockwaves across nation, misinformation spreads like wildfire on social media
Many among those who tweeted about the incident have claimed that the young girl was raped before she was murdered. It has also been claimed that the victim’s arm was amputated, her eyes were gouged out and acid was poured on her body.
The Aligarh police has formed a six-member special investigation team to probe the incident.
Rahul, Priyanka express shock over horrific killing of 3 year old in Aligarh, demand swift action against killers
Congress president and general secretary Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi on Friday expressed shock at the horrific killing of a three-year-old girl in Aligarh in Uttar Pradesh and demanded swift action against the killers.
Muslim man in MP abused, beaten, paraded for asking for box of mobile phone, claims religion-based hate; police term it 'scuffle'
A 20-year-old Muslim youth was beaten up, verbally abused and paraded by the owner of a mobile shop in Madhya Pradesh's Kurawar for asking for the original box of a mobile phone
Manipur journalist Kishorechandra Wangkhem, jailed under NSA, hospitalised after being 'seriously ill'
Manipur journalist Kishorechandra Wangkhem, who was jailed for a year in November 2018 under the National Security Act (NSA), has taken seriously ill and is being treated at the government-owned Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical Sciences (JIMS) in Imphal, reports said.