The Delhi Police on Saturday arrested a man in connection with the December violence near the Jamia Millia Islamia university
JNU student Sharjeel Imam brought to Assam for interrogation, chief judicial magistrate's court sentences him to four days of police remand
Imam was brought to the city from New Delhi by train and then taken to a hospital for medical checkup
Delhi Police charges Sharjeel Imam with instigating violence at anti-CAA stir in Delhi's New Friend's colony; court sends him to judicial custody till 3 March
A Delhi court on Tuesday sent Sharjeel Imam, who has been named as an 'instigator' by the Delhi Police in its charge sheet for violent anti-CAA sitr at New Friends Colony last year, to judicial custody till 3 March.
Delhi court sends Sharjeel Imam to police custody for a day over case of violence during anti-CAA protest in New Friends Colony
A Delhi court sent Sharjeel Imam, arrested on sedition charge last month, to one day custody of Delhi Police on Monday in a separate case related to protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) that turned violent at the New Friends Colony on 15 December.
Delhi Police announces reward of Rs 1 lakh for information on accused in 15 December anti-CAA violence near Jamia Millia Islamia
Protestors had torched four public buses and two police vehicles as they clashed with police in New Friends' Colony near Jamia Millia Islamia during a demonstration against the amended Citizenship Act on 15 December.
Citizenship Amendment Act will not be implemented in West Bengal as long as I am alive, says Mamata Banerjee
Hitting out at the proposed NRC, Mamata Banerjee questioned why people will have to prove their citizenship once again.
Meghalaya governor Tathagata Roy blames father of 8-yr-old killed during anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests in Varanasi
On Sunday, Meghalaya governor Tathagata Roy blamed the father of an eight-year-old boy who was killed during anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests in Varanasi on Friday.
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Citizenship Amendment Act protests Updates: Police not letting lawyers inside Dariyaganj station, claims lawyer; 40 detained after demonstration turns violent
Citizenship Amendment Act protests LIVE Updates: Advocate Ali Zia Kabir Choudhary, who has been to the Dariyaganj Police Station where over 40 students are likely to have been detained after a demonstration in the area turned violent, informed Firstpost that the police isn't letting advocates inside the police station
At anti-CAA stir in Chicago, Indian-Americans and students say citizenship law a step towards 'rupturing India's social fabric'
Indian-American Muslim Council, in a statement, strongly condemned the alleged 'brutal crackdown' on students of Jamia and AMU
Anti-CAA protests at Jama Masjid: Thousands take to streets post afternoon prayers with Tricolour, read out Preamble to Constitution
Carrying tricolour and 'Save Constitution' banners, thousands of people rallied in the national capital
Mamata Banerjee clarifies remarks on CAA and NRC, says called for opinion poll by impartial experts and not UN referendum
Mamata Banerjee urged the Prime Minister to withdraw the 'anti-people' law and plans to implement nationwide NRC
Amid anti-CAA protests, govt official says anyone born in India before 1987 or parents who were born before 1987, are Indians
The clarification came amid the protests against the CAA and the several versions being circulated on social media about the recently enacted law.
BSP opposes citizenship law, but does not believe in violence, destruction of public property, says Mayawati on anti-CAA agitations
Mayawati demanded rollback of newly-enacted citizenship law, said that its implementation would leave a negative impact on society in the near future
Prohibitory orders imposed in North East Delhi, police conducts flag march after area witnesses violence during anti-CAA protests
'We are conducting a flag march in the area to maintain law and order and peace', DCP Surya said in Delhi
Smriti Irani criticises Mamata Banerjee over demand for UN-monitored referendum on CAA, NRC, says remark ‘insult to Indian Parliament’
Mamata Banerjee dared Narendra Modi government to go for United Nations-monitored referendum on amended Citizenship Act and proposed nationwide NRC and said that he will have to quit if it fails 'mass vote'
Anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests: Thousands take to streets across country; clashes reported in UP, Karnataka
Simultaneous protests raged in multiple cities on Thursday with thousands-strong crowds of students, activists and others defying prohibitory orders to voice their dissent against the Citizenship Amendment Act.
Russia issues travel advisory for citizens visiting India in view of nationwide anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests
With anti-CAA protests fanning out across the nation, the Russian government on Thursday advised its citizens who are in India or planning to visit the country to be 'vigilant, cautious, avoid crowds and refrain from visiting areas controlled by protestors'
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Anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests: Thousands take to streets across country; two dead in violence at Mangaluru, clashes reported in UP
During the Citizenship Amendment Act protests, authorities resorted to barricading and clampdown on mobile services, including an unprecedented one in Delhi, while protesters also faced tear gas shelling and police batons at some places including in Uttar Pradesh, where incidents of arson and stone pelting gave the protests a violent colour.