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Tablighi Jamaat case: Delhi court acquits 36 foreigners of all charges, including flouting COVID-19 rules
India

Tablighi Jamaat case: Delhi court acquits 36 foreigners of all charges, including flouting COVID-19 rules

The foreigners were charged for attending Tablighi Jamaat congregation in New Delhi at Nizamuddin area in March this year allegedly in violation of visa norms and COVID-19 guidelines

ED raids Tablighi Jamaat trusts across cities in connection with PMLA case against Maulana Saad, others
India

ED raids Tablighi Jamaat trusts across cities in connection with PMLA case against Maulana Saad, others

The agency had filed a money laundering case against Tablighi Jamaat office bearers and other associates after taking over a Delhi Police complaint over violating social distancing norms in March 2020

Nizamuddin Markaz case: Delhi court allows 60 Malaysian nationals to walk free on fine of Rs 7,000 each
India

Nizamuddin Markaz case: Delhi court allows 60 Malaysian nationals to walk free on fine of Rs 7,000 each

Metropolitan Magistrate Siddharth Malik passed the order after the Malaysians sought lesser punishment under the plea bargain process by accepting mild charges

Tablighi Jamaat congregation: Delhi Police's Crime Branch files 12 chargesheets against 541 foreign nationals; case to be heard on 25 June
India

Tablighi Jamaat congregation: Delhi Police's Crime Branch files 12 chargesheets against 541 foreign nationals; case to be heard on 25 June

According to the Delhi Police's chargesheet, 414 of the foreign nationals are from Indonesia, 85 from Kyrgyzstan, and 42 from Malaysia.

Nizamuddin Markaz case: Delhi Police to file 15 chargesheets against 294 foreigners who attended Tablighi Jamaat meet
India

Nizamuddin Markaz case: Delhi Police to file 15 chargesheets against 294 foreigners who attended Tablighi Jamaat meet

Delhi Police will file 15 chargesheets against 294 foreign nationals in the Saket court today in connection with the Tablighi Jamaat congregation at Markaz in Delhi's Nizamuddin area

Coronavirus Outbreak: Delhi reached 1,000 mark in 42 days, hit 2,000 in just 8 days, shows govt data
India

Coronavirus Outbreak: Delhi reached 1,000 mark in 42 days, hit 2,000 in just 8 days, shows govt data

The first 1,000 coronavirus cases in Delhi were reported over a period of 42 days but the number of COVID-19 patients in the city went up from 2,000 to 3,000 in eight days, according to data shared by authorities

Delhi minorities panel seeks probe into death of two Tablighi Jamaat members at Sultanpuri quarantine centre, blames denial of medicine
India

Delhi minorities panel seeks probe into death of two Tablighi Jamaat members at Sultanpuri quarantine centre, blames denial of medicine

The Delhi Minorities Commission wrote a letter to Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal requesting a probe into the deaths of two Tablighi Jamaat members kept at a quarantine centre in the city’s Sultanpuri area

Coronavirus Outbreak: 10 Indonesians linked to Tablighi Jamaat sent to jail after completing quarantine in Dhanbad
India

Coronavirus Outbreak: 10 Indonesians linked to Tablighi Jamaat sent to jail after completing quarantine in Dhanbad

Ten Indonesian nationals, who were caught hiding in a mosque here on return from Delhi's Tablighi Jamaat congregation last month, have been sent to jail after they completed the mandatory 14 days of quarantine

After Nizamuddin fiasco, several mosques in Assam ban Tablighi Jamaat activities; say group's 'superstitious ways' impossible to follow in 21st Century
India

After Nizamuddin fiasco, several mosques in Assam ban Tablighi Jamaat activities; say group's 'superstitious ways' impossible to follow in 21st Century

The worry over the missing Tablighi members has left the society divided and hate mongers in the social media went on overdrive to take the tension to a whole new level.

Coronavirus outbreak brings into focus elements of blind faith, bigotry in society — and the need to bridge gap between science and faith
Opinion

Coronavirus outbreak brings into focus elements of blind faith, bigotry in society — and the need to bridge gap between science and faith

The coronavirus pandemic was bad enough. It is being worsened by the unchecked rise of other viruses that existed long before the novel coronavirus disease struck – the viruses of blind faith and its companion, bigotry.

Delhi plans to use rapid testing kits in Nizamuddin and Dilshad Garden, says Satyender Jain; 1 lakh kits to arrive on Friday
India

Delhi plans to use rapid testing kits in Nizamuddin and Dilshad Garden, says Satyender Jain; 1 lakh kits to arrive on Friday

Delhi health minister Satyendar Jain on Tuesday announced that his government will be using rapid testing kits to conduct test for coronavirus in the Nizamuddin and Dilshad Garden area

Coronavirus outbreak sparks racist attacks on people from North East, stokes Islamophobia on social media
India

Coronavirus outbreak sparks racist attacks on people from North East, stokes Islamophobia on social media

Incidents of people from the North East being racially vilified in mega cities such as Delhi, Bengaluru and Kolkata began coming to light over the past month.

Coronavirus Outbreak: 16-year-old Tablighi Jamaat member tests positive for COVID-19 in Chhattisgarh; cases in state climb to 10
India

Coronavirus Outbreak: 16-year-old Tablighi Jamaat member tests positive for COVID-19 in Chhattisgarh; cases in state climb to 10

A 16-year-old boy, who is a member of Tablighi Jamaat, tested positive for coronavirus in Chhattisgarh's Korba district on Saturday, officials said.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Actions of Tablighi Jamaat in spreading contagion condemnable, but resulting online hate speech against Assam’s Muslims equally deplorable
India

Coronavirus Outbreak: Actions of Tablighi Jamaat in spreading contagion condemnable, but resulting online hate speech against Assam’s Muslims equally deplorable

Assam has a long history of deep-seated xenophobia and racism against Bengal-origin and Bengali Muslims. They are often accused of being 'illegal Bangladeshis'.

Coronavirus Outbreak Highlights: Maharashtra govt announces compensation of Rs 50 lakh to kin of police officers if they die on COVID-19 duty
India

Coronavirus Outbreak Highlights: Maharashtra govt announces compensation of Rs 50 lakh to kin of police officers if they die on COVID-19 duty

Coronavirus Outbreak LIVE Updates: The total number of coronavirus positive cases in India rose to 2,547 on Friday (including 2,322 active cases, 162 cured/discharged and 62 deaths), the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said.

Home ministry blacklists 960 foreign Tablighi Jamaat members, including UK and US nationals, cancels tourist visas
India

Home ministry blacklists 960 foreign Tablighi Jamaat members, including UK and US nationals, cancels tourist visas

Four Americans, nine Britishers and six Chinese nationals were among the 960 foreign Tablighi Jamaat activists who were blacklisted and their tourist visas cancelled by the Union home ministry, officials said on Friday.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Pakistan Army steps in to battle COVID-19 but imposes information blockade to hide lack of preparedness, high casualties
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Pakistan Army steps in to battle COVID-19 but imposes information blockade to hide lack of preparedness, high casualties

As numbers climbed, Prime Minister Khan continued to oppose a complete lockdown, on the grounds that the poor would suffer.

Coronavirus Outbreak: 17 of 22 Tablighi Jamaat returnees to Odisha test negative; all put in govt quarantine facility, says state health ministry
India

Coronavirus Outbreak: 17 of 22 Tablighi Jamaat returnees to Odisha test negative; all put in govt quarantine facility, says state health ministry

22 persons including seven foreign nationals linked to Nizamuddin event have been traced in Odisha, an official in states Health and Family Welfare Department said, adding that all are now in the government quarantine facility

Coronavirus Outbreak: Scrap dealers, zealots, arts students; Assam's hunt for Tablighi Jamaat participants spares few
India

Coronavirus Outbreak: Scrap dealers, zealots, arts students; Assam's hunt for Tablighi Jamaat participants spares few

The first obvious reaction was of suspicion and fear and a sense of tiredness and submission as they must have already received a huge number of calls by then.

Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: Second person in Dharavi tests positive for COVID-19; 576 Tablighi Jamaat attendees quarantined in Maharashtra
India

Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: Second person in Dharavi tests positive for COVID-19; 576 Tablighi Jamaat attendees quarantined in Maharashtra

Coronavirus Outbreak LIVE Updates: Another person tested positive for coronavirus in Mumbai's densely populated Dharavi area on Thursday.