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  • Activists' House Arrest Extended By 4 Weeks. Here Is A Timeline Of Case

    Activists' House Arrest Extended By 4 Weeks. Here Is A Timeline Of Case

    The following is the chronology of events leading to the Supreme Court Friday refusing to interfere with the arrest of five rights activists by the Maharashtra Police in connection with the Koregaon-Bhima violence case, and declining to appoint a SIT to probe their arrest. It also extended their house arrest for 4 weeks.

  • "Will Intervene If Needed," Says Top Court On Activists' Arrest: 10 Facts

    "Will Intervene If Needed," Says Top Court On Activists' Arrest: 10 Facts

    The Supreme Court has extended the house arrest for five rights activists, accused of Maoist links, till September 19 when it will hear a petition seeking their release. During the hearing on Monday, the government opposed what it called the Supreme Court's interference in the case. "We must look into the material. We will see the record, what are ...

  • Arrested Activists Belong To Banned Maoist Fronts: Pune Police

    Arrested Activists Belong To Banned Maoist Fronts: Pune Police

    The Pune police claimed on Saturday that all the seven organisations, to which some of the left-wing activists arrested recently for alleged Maoist links belonged, were fronts of the banned CPI (Maoist).

  • Instead Of Saying 'Urban Naxals', File Charges Faster: Uddhav Thackeray

    Instead Of Saying 'Urban Naxals', File Charges Faster: Uddhav Thackeray

    Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday slammed the Maharashtra police for holding a press conference last week over the arrest of five left-wing activists in multi-city raids for alleged Maoist links and favoured timely filing of charges rather than labelling the accused as "Urban Naxals".

  • Couldn't Stop Laughing At Fake Charges: Activist Vernon Gonsalves' Son

    Couldn't Stop Laughing At Fake Charges: Activist Vernon Gonsalves' Son

    The son of Vernon Gonsalves, one of the five activists arrested for alleged Maoist links, has rejected the police charges against his father and termed them as "laughable".

  • No New Claims By Cops On Proof On Maoist Link: Varavara Rao's Nephew

    No New Claims By Cops On Proof On Maoist Link: Varavara Rao's Nephew

    The Maharashtra Police's "conclusive proof" to link the arrested activists to Maoists and all evidence is "cooked up", a nephew of Telugu poet Varavara Rao claimed today. He said there was nothing new in the claims of the police.

  • Talk Of Grenade Launcher, Ending "Modi-Raj" In Letters: Cops On Activists

    Talk Of Grenade Launcher, Ending "Modi-Raj" In Letters: Cops On Activists

    Facing anger over the raids and arrests targeting rights activists, the Maharashtra police today claimed solid evidence including "thousands of documents" that established the activists' links to Maoists and their role in facilitating weapons and funding.

  • Cops Told Us To Sleep With Bedroom Door Open: Arrested Activist's Partner

    Cops Told Us To Sleep With Bedroom Door Open: Arrested Activist's Partner

    "We were asked by policemen to keep the door of the bedroom open and sleep. I was livid and I flipped. I asked them to stand up and say sorry," Sabha Husain, female partner of activist Gautam Navlakha, said on Thursday.

  • "Anti-Fascism Should Be Encouraged": Twitter Users On Activists' Arrests

    "Anti-Fascism Should Be Encouraged": Twitter Users On Activists' Arrests

    After three of the five arrested activists were produced in a Pune court on Wednesday, public prosecutor Ujjwala Pawar's claim that they were members of the outlawed Communist Party of India (Maoist) and constituted an "anti-fascist" front that aims to overthrow the government was lapped up by many.

  • Varavara Rao's Son-In-Law To Move Supreme Court Against Search By Cops

    Varavara Rao's Son-In-Law To Move Supreme Court Against Search By Cops

    Prof K Satyanarayana, son-in-law of Telugu poet Varavara Rao who is under house arrest in the Koregaon-Bhima violence case, today said he would approach the Supreme Court against the methods used by police to search his house on August 28.

  • Key Charges Against Arrested Activists Missing From Cops' Report To Court

    Key Charges Against Arrested Activists Missing From Cops' Report To Court

    A day after the Maharashtra Police arrested five prominent activists for suspected links to Maoists, officers on Wednesday filed a document in a Pune court asking for their custody. The document - a remand report - gave 16 reasons why the rights activists should be in police custody, but had none of the dramatic claims made by the public prosecutor...

  • Arrested Activists Linked To Maoist Outfits On UPA List: Home Ministry

    Arrested Activists Linked To Maoist Outfits On UPA List: Home Ministry

    As many as 128 organisations suspected to have links with Maoists were identified by the UPA government in 2012 and some of those arrested by the Maharashtra Police on Tuesday were part of these front organisations of the extremist groups.

  • 5 Activists Gave Maoists Financial, Logistical Support: Ministry Sources

    5 Activists Gave Maoists Financial, Logistical Support: Ministry Sources

    Home Ministry officials today justified the arrest of activists by the Pune police, saying action was taken against them for "abetting and giving logistical support to Naxals". The arrests and multi-city raids had drawn widespread condemnation and a petition to put it on hold. A petition to put the arrests on hold was heard by the Supreme Court, wh...

  • "Fresh Evidence" Led To Arrests, Activists Were Watched For A Week: Cops

    "Fresh Evidence" Led To Arrests, Activists Were Watched For A Week: Cops

    After the arrest of five rights activists on Tuesday, which has been challenged in the Supreme Court, Pune police sources claim that their investigations pointed at Maoist activities and a "big conspiracy" that involved recruiting university students.

  • Arrested Activist Sudha Bharadwaj "Far From Violence", Say Her Supporters

    Arrested Activist Sudha Bharadwaj "Far From Violence", Say Her Supporters

    Human rights lawyer Sudha Bharadawaj, one of the five activists arrested today over allegations of Maoist links, was lauded by her supporters for her "ability to smile under trying circumstances". Nine activists were raided in six cities in connection with the Bhima Koregaon violence in January, in which Dalit activists had clashed with upper-caste...

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  • Activists' House Arrest Extended By 4 Weeks. Here Is A Timeline Of Case

    Activists' House Arrest Extended By 4 Weeks. Here Is A Timeline Of Case

    The following is the chronology of events leading to the Supreme Court Friday refusing to interfere with the arrest of five rights activists by the Maharashtra Police in connection with the Koregaon-Bhima violence case, and declining to appoint a SIT to probe their arrest. It also extended their house arrest for 4 weeks.

  • "Will Intervene If Needed," Says Top Court On Activists' Arrest: 10 Facts

    "Will Intervene If Needed," Says Top Court On Activists' Arrest: 10 Facts

    The Supreme Court has extended the house arrest for five rights activists, accused of Maoist links, till September 19 when it will hear a petition seeking their release. During the hearing on Monday, the government opposed what it called the Supreme Court's interference in the case. "We must look into the material. We will see the record, what are ...

  • Arrested Activists Belong To Banned Maoist Fronts: Pune Police

    Arrested Activists Belong To Banned Maoist Fronts: Pune Police

    The Pune police claimed on Saturday that all the seven organisations, to which some of the left-wing activists arrested recently for alleged Maoist links belonged, were fronts of the banned CPI (Maoist).

  • Instead Of Saying 'Urban Naxals', File Charges Faster: Uddhav Thackeray

    Instead Of Saying 'Urban Naxals', File Charges Faster: Uddhav Thackeray

    Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday slammed the Maharashtra police for holding a press conference last week over the arrest of five left-wing activists in multi-city raids for alleged Maoist links and favoured timely filing of charges rather than labelling the accused as "Urban Naxals".

  • Couldn't Stop Laughing At Fake Charges: Activist Vernon Gonsalves' Son

    Couldn't Stop Laughing At Fake Charges: Activist Vernon Gonsalves' Son

    The son of Vernon Gonsalves, one of the five activists arrested for alleged Maoist links, has rejected the police charges against his father and termed them as "laughable".

  • No New Claims By Cops On Proof On Maoist Link: Varavara Rao's Nephew

    No New Claims By Cops On Proof On Maoist Link: Varavara Rao's Nephew

    The Maharashtra Police's "conclusive proof" to link the arrested activists to Maoists and all evidence is "cooked up", a nephew of Telugu poet Varavara Rao claimed today. He said there was nothing new in the claims of the police.

  • Talk Of Grenade Launcher, Ending "Modi-Raj" In Letters: Cops On Activists

    Talk Of Grenade Launcher, Ending "Modi-Raj" In Letters: Cops On Activists

    Facing anger over the raids and arrests targeting rights activists, the Maharashtra police today claimed solid evidence including "thousands of documents" that established the activists' links to Maoists and their role in facilitating weapons and funding.

  • Cops Told Us To Sleep With Bedroom Door Open: Arrested Activist's Partner

    Cops Told Us To Sleep With Bedroom Door Open: Arrested Activist's Partner

    "We were asked by policemen to keep the door of the bedroom open and sleep. I was livid and I flipped. I asked them to stand up and say sorry," Sabha Husain, female partner of activist Gautam Navlakha, said on Thursday.

  • "Anti-Fascism Should Be Encouraged": Twitter Users On Activists' Arrests

    "Anti-Fascism Should Be Encouraged": Twitter Users On Activists' Arrests

    After three of the five arrested activists were produced in a Pune court on Wednesday, public prosecutor Ujjwala Pawar's claim that they were members of the outlawed Communist Party of India (Maoist) and constituted an "anti-fascist" front that aims to overthrow the government was lapped up by many.

  • Varavara Rao's Son-In-Law To Move Supreme Court Against Search By Cops

    Varavara Rao's Son-In-Law To Move Supreme Court Against Search By Cops

    Prof K Satyanarayana, son-in-law of Telugu poet Varavara Rao who is under house arrest in the Koregaon-Bhima violence case, today said he would approach the Supreme Court against the methods used by police to search his house on August 28.

  • Key Charges Against Arrested Activists Missing From Cops' Report To Court

    Key Charges Against Arrested Activists Missing From Cops' Report To Court

    A day after the Maharashtra Police arrested five prominent activists for suspected links to Maoists, officers on Wednesday filed a document in a Pune court asking for their custody. The document - a remand report - gave 16 reasons why the rights activists should be in police custody, but had none of the dramatic claims made by the public prosecutor...

  • Arrested Activists Linked To Maoist Outfits On UPA List: Home Ministry

    Arrested Activists Linked To Maoist Outfits On UPA List: Home Ministry

    As many as 128 organisations suspected to have links with Maoists were identified by the UPA government in 2012 and some of those arrested by the Maharashtra Police on Tuesday were part of these front organisations of the extremist groups.

  • 5 Activists Gave Maoists Financial, Logistical Support: Ministry Sources

    5 Activists Gave Maoists Financial, Logistical Support: Ministry Sources

    Home Ministry officials today justified the arrest of activists by the Pune police, saying action was taken against them for "abetting and giving logistical support to Naxals". The arrests and multi-city raids had drawn widespread condemnation and a petition to put it on hold. A petition to put the arrests on hold was heard by the Supreme Court, wh...

  • "Fresh Evidence" Led To Arrests, Activists Were Watched For A Week: Cops

    "Fresh Evidence" Led To Arrests, Activists Were Watched For A Week: Cops

    After the arrest of five rights activists on Tuesday, which has been challenged in the Supreme Court, Pune police sources claim that their investigations pointed at Maoist activities and a "big conspiracy" that involved recruiting university students.

  • Arrested Activist Sudha Bharadwaj "Far From Violence", Say Her Supporters

    Arrested Activist Sudha Bharadwaj "Far From Violence", Say Her Supporters

    Human rights lawyer Sudha Bharadawaj, one of the five activists arrested today over allegations of Maoist links, was lauded by her supporters for her "ability to smile under trying circumstances". Nine activists were raided in six cities in connection with the Bhima Koregaon violence in January, in which Dalit activists had clashed with upper-caste...

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