Safoora Zargar, who is 23 weeks pregnant, was arrested under anti-terror law UAPA in a case related to communal violence in northeast Delhi during protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act
In February, clashes broke out in northeast Delhi between the groups supporting and opposing the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019
The plea also challenged trial court order by which the court had granted more time to the Delhi Police's Crime Branch for filing the charge sheet in the case
Volunteers of the group are providing food packets in slum areas across the city where a majority of the daily wage worker population resides
The women agitators have been on a sit-in at Shaheen Bagh for over three months, protesting the newly amended Citizenship Act
Activist says cops' efforts at making women leave by giving them a hard time has only made them more committed to their demands
After the violent protests, Yogi Adityanath had spoken of 'badla' (revenge) against the protesters, who have been 'captured in video and CCTV footage'
Agitators claim cops tried to tear down temporary shed put up by women
A case was filed against Javed Akhtar for his tweet over Tahir Hussain
The complainant has alleged that Akhtar's remarks were seditious and promoted religious hatred.
In the first detailed interview, top cop Param Bir Singh speaks about anti-CAA protests, cyber-fraud, and PMC probe; backs nightlife policy, promises more time to citizens
'I won't let anyone snatch the right of any citizens of Maharashtra. I am very clear on this,' Uddhav said.
Ajit pawar ruled out any need to bring a resolution against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Population Register (NPR) in the state Legislative Assembly.
Till Saturday, at least 42 people had lost their lives and more than 200 people have sustained serious injuries
Union home minister claims law and order in Bengal is 'worsening', TMC asks him to stop preaching others and apologise for failing to save innocent lives during the Delhi violence
It is impossible not to view Home Minister Amit Shah as being at the root of the tragic happenings in the Capital, from birthing a flammable law to ensuring its embers are constantly fanned
Shah, addressing a rally here, also exuded confidence that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will form the next government in Bengal with two- third majority after the 2021 assembly polls
Addressing the party here, Kumar said "patience" should be kept on the CAA and "controversies" avoided until the matter was before the court
Fulvio Martusciello, insisting on the ever-present brotherhood and peace in the country, stated that the CAA will not affect the rights of minorities and has no provisions that include Indian citizens
The Shiv Sena said that marches demanding the resignation of the Home Minister are not being carried out today as the Opposition in the Centre is weak.