Two minor boys, aged 13 and 16 years, have been brutally thrashed and fed cow-dung as a punishment for stealing mangoes in Telengana's Mahbubabad district. Reportedly, B Yakku and B Ramulu, guards of the orchard thrashed the boys with sticks and force-fed cow dung as punishment. The boys who claim to have trespassed in search of their missing dog have been admitted to a hospital, while the guards have been arrested by the police.
Bhima Koregaon violence accused Stan Swamy was denied bail on March 22 by a Mumbai NIA court. Accused of having a connection with the banned CPI (Maoist) organisation, the agency named the activist of exchanging controversial emails. While refuting all the allegations, Stan Swamy has questioned the credibility and authenticity of letters. Besides, he attacked the prosecution for attaching unnecessary pdf files that were not part of his… read-more
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Korean-pop sensation BTS and the UNICEF have announced the renewal of their collaborative 'Love Myself' campaign on March 5, advocating an end to violence against children and teens. The campaign envisions a more humane world, primarily as anxiety levels among children is rising due to the pandemic. BTS had incipiently started the 'Love Myself' campaign in 2017, donating revenue portions garnered from their 'Love Yourself' album… read-more
The Delhi Police has announced a reward of Rs 1 lakh each for information on R-Day tractor rally miscreants Deep Sidhu, Jugraj Singh, Gurjot Singh and Gurjant Singh. Besides, Rs 50,000 will be given for information on Jajbir Singh, Buta Singh, Sukhdev Singh and Iqbal Singh. The people mentioned have been booked for their alleged involvement in hoisting Nishan Sahib flag at the Red Fort and the R-Day violence that left 510 police personnel… read-more
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The Delhi High Court on February 2 directed the police to investigate the Republic Day violence at the earliest and has rejected the petition seeking the release of detained protestors. Claiming the petition as "Publicity Interest Litigation", Judges pronounced, “the arrested persons cannot be released without entering into the merits of FIRs". Besides, the bench has directed to produce the detainees before the Magistrate within 24 hours.
Courtesy: The Indian Express
A PIL that demanded action against the police and intelligence authorities for Republic Day violence was dismissed by a bench of The Delhi High Court on February 1. The bench comprising Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice Jyoti Singh stated it was too early to interfere as police have filed FIRs. The petitioner Delhi Citizen Forum for Civil Rights claimed that the incident was a fault of security officials.
Courtesy: Times of India
The Delhi Police is using facial recognition method to identify people who were involved in the violence at the R-Day tractor parade and raided Red Fort. Identifying over 250 suspects, the police have arrested 19 people and detained over 200 after registering 33 FIRs till now. Besides, the police also used voter ID cards and driving licenses to corner over two dozen people linked with vandalism and hoisting religious flag at the Red Fort.
Courtesy: The Economic Times
After the violence embroiled in Gujarat's Kutch District on January 17, Gujarat police arrested 40 people under the charges of murder, rioting, arson and conspiracy. According to police, the right-wing Vishwa Hindu Parishad had organised a rally to accumulate funds for the Ayodhya Ram temple, while the clash occurred between the communities, leaving one dead and several injured. The group didn't had the required permission to carry out the '… read-more
United States’ Secret Service have erected makeshift, non-scalable walls around the White House complex, fearing violence ahead of the elections on November 3. Also the stores across major cities have put protective covers on windows and hired extra services to ensure safety from vandalism. The fear comes after supporters of both warring sides, including the ‘Black Lives Matter' protestors asked to gather in Washington DC on Vote count night… read-more
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Addressing the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's most-lauded annual event 'Vijayadashmi Utsav', Mohan Bhagwat said "opportunist groups" are trying to revive anti-CAA protests. The "opportunists" are continuing to mislead Muslims and incite organized violence in the name of protests, he added. The RSS-chief further mentioned some major incidents of the year, including revocation of Article 370 and ground-breaking ceremony of Ram-Temple.… read-more
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