Delhi Riots 2020


'Delhi Riots 2020' - 19 News Result(s)

  • Delhi Court Rejects Tahir Hussain Bail Plea, Says He Used Clout To Fan Riots

    Delhi Court Rejects Tahir Hussain Bail Plea, Says He Used Clout To Fan Riots

    A Delhi court on Thursday dismissed three bail petitions of former Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) councillor, Tahir Hussain, in connection with cases related to the violence that erupted in northeast Delhi in February this year.

  • Congress's Salman Khurshid Named In Delhi Riots Chargesheet

    Congress's Salman Khurshid Named In Delhi Riots Chargesheet

    Senior Congress leader and former Union Minister Salman Khurshid has been named in the latest chargesheet filed by the Delhi Police in the Delhi riots case for giving 'provocative speeches'.

  • Conspirators Chose Ideal Place For "Violence": Delhi Riots Chargesheet

    Conspirators Chose Ideal Place For "Violence": Delhi Riots Chargesheet

    The "key conspirators" in the February riots chose north east Delhi with its unique economic, social and demographic matrix as it was the ideal ground for "mass scale mobilisation and violence", the police has alleged in its charge sheet filed before a Delhi court.

  • "Not Seen Inciting Violence": JNU Student Gets Bail In Delhi Riots Case

    "Not Seen Inciting Violence": JNU Student Gets Bail In Delhi Riots Case

    Activist group Pinjra Tod's member Natasha Narwal has been granted bail in a case linked to the riots in north-east Delhi neighbourhoods this February. Ms Narwal will, however, stay in Delhi's Tihar Jail as she also faces charges under the stringent Unlawful Activities Prevention Act or UAPA in another case linked to the riots that left over 50 dea...

  • Opposition Leaders To Meet President Today Over Delhi Riots Investigation

    Opposition Leaders To Meet President Today Over Delhi Riots Investigation

    Opposition leaders, including Congress's Ahmed Patel, CPI's D Raja, CPI(M)'s Sitaram Yechury, DMK's Kanimozhi and RJD's Manoj Jha will meet President Ram Nath Kovind today to highlight their concerns over the investigation in the Delhi violence earlier this year, a senior leader told news agency PTI.

  • 17,000-Page Delhi Riots Chargesheet Names Only Anti-CAA Protesters

    17,000-Page Delhi Riots Chargesheet Names Only Anti-CAA Protesters

    Fifteen people have been named by the police in a vast chargesheet filed over the Delhi riots that raged through the capital city in February this year, leaving more than 50 people dead and property worth crores damaged.

  • "Has Delhi Police Forgotten...": P Chidambaram's Jibe On Chargesheet Row

    "Has Delhi Police Forgotten...": P Chidambaram's Jibe On Chargesheet Row

    The Delhi Police have brought the criminal justice system to "ridicule" by mentioning the names of CPIM leader Sitaram Yechury, Swaraj Abhiyan's Yogendra Yadav and other scholars in a disclosure statement of an accused, attached to the February riots supplementary chargesheet, Congress leader P Chidambaram said on Sunday.

  • Authors Of Delhi Riots Book File Complaint Against Bloomsbury

    Authors Of Delhi Riots Book File Complaint Against Bloomsbury

    The authors of the controversial book "Delhi Riots 2020: The Untold Story" filed a complaint with the police on Thursday against publishing house Bloomsbury, some media organisations and noted individuals, alleging cheating, mischief, misappropriation of property and criminal intimidation by them.

  • In 8 Delhi Riots Cases, Complaints Naming BJP Leaders Buried

    In 8 Delhi Riots Cases, Complaints Naming BJP Leaders Buried

    The Delhi Police-- criticized for not taking action against BJP leaders who gave inflammatory speeches in the run-up to the February riots -- have also ignored complaints that accused BJP leaders. No action has been taken in at least eight complaints, accusing BJP leaders of inciting mobs and rioting, NDTV has found.

  • Arrests Over Delhi Riots To Be In Accordance With Supreme Court Guidelines, Says High Court

    Arrests Over Delhi Riots To Be In Accordance With Supreme Court Guidelines, Says High Court

    The Delhi High Court has directed that arrests in connection with the recent riots in the national capital, shall be done in accordance with the Supreme Court guidelines related to arrest and detention.

  • Lok Sabha To Form Committee To Look Into Ruckus In House

    Lok Sabha To Form Committee To Look Into Ruckus In House

    The Lok Sabha will form a committee to look into ruckus in the house that prevented routine business in the last three days over the opposition's demand for a discussion on the recent violence in Delhi over the controversial citizenship law. The chairman of the committee will be the Speaker himself, Om Birla, who has stayed away from the house for ...

  • New Video Of Delhi Clashes Shows Firing On Crowd From Hospital Rooftop

    New Video Of Delhi Clashes Shows Firing On Crowd From Hospital Rooftop

    A high-resolution video of a group of rioters on a terrace of a nursing home firing at the crowd below in northeast Delhi's Yamuna Vihar has emerged. In the video that appears to have been taken from a building opposite Mohan Nursing Home and Hospital, the rioters, some of them with mask on, are seen carefully picking out targets at the height of t...

  • At Grand Farewell, Justice S Muralidhar Reveals Sequence Of Transfer

    At Grand Farewell, Justice S Muralidhar Reveals Sequence Of Transfer

    Justice S Muralidhar, whose transfer after his sharp remarks at a hearing on the Delhi violence sparked a political controversy, was described as a "Kohinoor" in a moving farewell at the High Court today. "We are losing a most eminent judge who can discuss any topic of law and decide any type of matter", Delhi High Court Chief Justice DN Patel said...

  • Delhi Cop Recalls How He Rescued Senior As Stones Rained Around Them

    Delhi Cop Recalls How He Rescued Senior As Stones Rained Around Them

    Delhi Police senior officer Anuj Sharma today narrated how he and his colleague rescued another officer, Amit Sharma, from the hands of a mob during the height of the violence in northeast Delhi over the controversial citizenship law.

  • Chilling Video Shows Cops Overrun By Mob On Day 2 Of Delhi Violence

    Chilling Video Shows Cops Overrun By Mob On Day 2 Of Delhi Violence

    A mobile video has emerged showing hundreds of people surrounding a group of policemen and attacking them at northeast Delhi's Chand Bagh at the height of the violence over the controversial citizenship law.

'Delhi Riots 2020' - 19 News Result(s)

  • Delhi Court Rejects Tahir Hussain Bail Plea, Says He Used Clout To Fan Riots

    Delhi Court Rejects Tahir Hussain Bail Plea, Says He Used Clout To Fan Riots

    A Delhi court on Thursday dismissed three bail petitions of former Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) councillor, Tahir Hussain, in connection with cases related to the violence that erupted in northeast Delhi in February this year.

  • Congress's Salman Khurshid Named In Delhi Riots Chargesheet

    Congress's Salman Khurshid Named In Delhi Riots Chargesheet

    Senior Congress leader and former Union Minister Salman Khurshid has been named in the latest chargesheet filed by the Delhi Police in the Delhi riots case for giving 'provocative speeches'.

  • Conspirators Chose Ideal Place For "Violence": Delhi Riots Chargesheet

    Conspirators Chose Ideal Place For "Violence": Delhi Riots Chargesheet

    The "key conspirators" in the February riots chose north east Delhi with its unique economic, social and demographic matrix as it was the ideal ground for "mass scale mobilisation and violence", the police has alleged in its charge sheet filed before a Delhi court.

  • "Not Seen Inciting Violence": JNU Student Gets Bail In Delhi Riots Case

    "Not Seen Inciting Violence": JNU Student Gets Bail In Delhi Riots Case

    Activist group Pinjra Tod's member Natasha Narwal has been granted bail in a case linked to the riots in north-east Delhi neighbourhoods this February. Ms Narwal will, however, stay in Delhi's Tihar Jail as she also faces charges under the stringent Unlawful Activities Prevention Act or UAPA in another case linked to the riots that left over 50 dea...

  • Opposition Leaders To Meet President Today Over Delhi Riots Investigation

    Opposition Leaders To Meet President Today Over Delhi Riots Investigation

    Opposition leaders, including Congress's Ahmed Patel, CPI's D Raja, CPI(M)'s Sitaram Yechury, DMK's Kanimozhi and RJD's Manoj Jha will meet President Ram Nath Kovind today to highlight their concerns over the investigation in the Delhi violence earlier this year, a senior leader told news agency PTI.

  • 17,000-Page Delhi Riots Chargesheet Names Only Anti-CAA Protesters

    17,000-Page Delhi Riots Chargesheet Names Only Anti-CAA Protesters

    Fifteen people have been named by the police in a vast chargesheet filed over the Delhi riots that raged through the capital city in February this year, leaving more than 50 people dead and property worth crores damaged.

  • "Has Delhi Police Forgotten...": P Chidambaram's Jibe On Chargesheet Row

    "Has Delhi Police Forgotten...": P Chidambaram's Jibe On Chargesheet Row

    The Delhi Police have brought the criminal justice system to "ridicule" by mentioning the names of CPIM leader Sitaram Yechury, Swaraj Abhiyan's Yogendra Yadav and other scholars in a disclosure statement of an accused, attached to the February riots supplementary chargesheet, Congress leader P Chidambaram said on Sunday.

  • Authors Of Delhi Riots Book File Complaint Against Bloomsbury

    Authors Of Delhi Riots Book File Complaint Against Bloomsbury

    The authors of the controversial book "Delhi Riots 2020: The Untold Story" filed a complaint with the police on Thursday against publishing house Bloomsbury, some media organisations and noted individuals, alleging cheating, mischief, misappropriation of property and criminal intimidation by them.

  • In 8 Delhi Riots Cases, Complaints Naming BJP Leaders Buried

    In 8 Delhi Riots Cases, Complaints Naming BJP Leaders Buried

    The Delhi Police-- criticized for not taking action against BJP leaders who gave inflammatory speeches in the run-up to the February riots -- have also ignored complaints that accused BJP leaders. No action has been taken in at least eight complaints, accusing BJP leaders of inciting mobs and rioting, NDTV has found.

  • Arrests Over Delhi Riots To Be In Accordance With Supreme Court Guidelines, Says High Court

    Arrests Over Delhi Riots To Be In Accordance With Supreme Court Guidelines, Says High Court

    The Delhi High Court has directed that arrests in connection with the recent riots in the national capital, shall be done in accordance with the Supreme Court guidelines related to arrest and detention.

  • Lok Sabha To Form Committee To Look Into Ruckus In House

    Lok Sabha To Form Committee To Look Into Ruckus In House

    The Lok Sabha will form a committee to look into ruckus in the house that prevented routine business in the last three days over the opposition's demand for a discussion on the recent violence in Delhi over the controversial citizenship law. The chairman of the committee will be the Speaker himself, Om Birla, who has stayed away from the house for ...

  • New Video Of Delhi Clashes Shows Firing On Crowd From Hospital Rooftop

    New Video Of Delhi Clashes Shows Firing On Crowd From Hospital Rooftop

    A high-resolution video of a group of rioters on a terrace of a nursing home firing at the crowd below in northeast Delhi's Yamuna Vihar has emerged. In the video that appears to have been taken from a building opposite Mohan Nursing Home and Hospital, the rioters, some of them with mask on, are seen carefully picking out targets at the height of t...

  • At Grand Farewell, Justice S Muralidhar Reveals Sequence Of Transfer

    At Grand Farewell, Justice S Muralidhar Reveals Sequence Of Transfer

    Justice S Muralidhar, whose transfer after his sharp remarks at a hearing on the Delhi violence sparked a political controversy, was described as a "Kohinoor" in a moving farewell at the High Court today. "We are losing a most eminent judge who can discuss any topic of law and decide any type of matter", Delhi High Court Chief Justice DN Patel said...

  • Delhi Cop Recalls How He Rescued Senior As Stones Rained Around Them

    Delhi Cop Recalls How He Rescued Senior As Stones Rained Around Them

    Delhi Police senior officer Anuj Sharma today narrated how he and his colleague rescued another officer, Amit Sharma, from the hands of a mob during the height of the violence in northeast Delhi over the controversial citizenship law.

  • Chilling Video Shows Cops Overrun By Mob On Day 2 Of Delhi Violence

    Chilling Video Shows Cops Overrun By Mob On Day 2 Of Delhi Violence

    A mobile video has emerged showing hundreds of people surrounding a group of policemen and attacking them at northeast Delhi's Chand Bagh at the height of the violence over the controversial citizenship law.

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