Koregaon Bhima


'Koregaon Bhima' - 19 News Result(s)

  • Elgar Parishad Case: Another Activist Refuses To Depose Before Panel

    Elgar Parishad Case: Another Activist Refuses To Depose Before Panel

    Sudhir Dhawale, an activist with alleged Maoist links, on Saturday became the second accused in the Pune Elgar Parishad case after Surendra Gadling to refuse to depose before the inquiry commission probing the 2018 Koregaon Bhima caste violence.

  • "Welcome To New India": Jairam Ramesh On Judge's 'War And Peace' Question

    "Welcome To New India": Jairam Ramesh On Judge's '<i>War And Peace</i>' Question

    The Bombay High Court asking activist Vernon Gonsalves, accused of inciting violence in Maharashtra's Koregaon Bhima in December 2017, why he kept "objectionable material such as books like War and Peace", has stirred up thousands of reactions on Twitter. The hashtag #WarAndPeace has been trending for most part of the afternoon today.

  • "Bizarre": Jairam Ramesh On High Court Judge's 'War and Peace' Question

    "Bizarre": Jairam Ramesh On High Court Judge's '<i>War and Peace</i>' Question

    Senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh today termed "truly bizarre" the Bombay High Court asking an activist to explain why he kept a copy of Leo Tolstoy's "War and Peace".

  • Bhima Koregaon Activists Mobilised Dalits To Overthrow Government: Police

    Bhima Koregaon Activists Mobilised Dalits To Overthrow Government: Police

    Maharashtra Police Wednesday told the Bombay High Court that activists arrested in connection with the Koregaon-Bhima violence and Maoist links were mobilising Dalits to achieve the motive of the CPI (Maoist) to "overthrow the government".

  • Koregaon Bhima Case: Activist Anand Teltumbde Seeks Protection From Arrest

    Koregaon Bhima Case: Activist Anand Teltumbde Seeks Protection From Arrest

    Activist and academic Anand Teltumbde, who was arrested by the Pune Police last week in the Elgar Parishad case and then released following a sessions court order, today approached the Bombay High Court, seeking protection from arrest.

  • Court Calls Arrest Of Activist Accused In Koregaon Bhima Case "Illegal"

    Court Calls Arrest Of Activist Accused In Koregaon Bhima Case "Illegal"

    Dalit scholar Anand Teltumbde, an accused in Bhima-Koregaon case, was arrested from Mumbai early this morning. Mr Teltumbde was arrested by the Pune police a day after his request for protection from arrest was rejected by a court.

  • Koregaon Bhima Event LIVE Updates: Security Tightened As Thousands Visit Memorial

    Koregaon Bhima Event LIVE Updates: Security Tightened As Thousands Visit Memorial

    The police are on their toes to prevent a repeat of the incident when a year ago violence broke out at Maharashtra's Koregaon Bhima between Dalits and right-wing groups.

  • Thousands Of Cops At Koregaon Bhima For Mega Dalit Event Today: 10 Points

    Thousands Of Cops At Koregaon Bhima For Mega Dalit Event Today: 10 Points

    A year to this day when violence broke out at Maharashtra's Koregaon Bhima between Dalits and right-wing groups, the police are on their toes to prevent a repeat of the incident. At least 5,000 police personnel, 1,200 Home Guards and 12 companies of the Rapid Action Force and the State Reserve Police Force (SRPF) have been deployed in and around th...

  • A Year After Koregaon-Bhima Violence, Preventive Action Against 1,200

    A Year After Koregaon-Bhima Violence, Preventive Action Against 1,200

    To avoid repeat of the violence witnessed near the Koregaon Bhima war memorial in Pune district on January 1, 2018 one year later, police have taken preventive action against over 1,200 people. The action includes barring some persons from entering the area and ''externment" (eviction from the district) of some others, senior police officials said ...

  • Pune Court Rejects Bail Pleas Of 3 Activists Over Alleged Maoist Links

    Pune Court Rejects Bail Pleas Of 3 Activists Over Alleged Maoist Links

    A court in Pune today rejected the bail applications of activists Sudha Bharadwaj, Vernon Gonsalves and Arun Ferreira, who were arrested for their alleged links with Maoists.

  • Activist Gautam Navlakha Freed From House Arrest By Delhi High Court

    Activist Gautam Navlakha Freed From House Arrest By Delhi High Court

    Bhima Koregaon case: Gautam Navlakha, one of the five rights activists arrested in connection with the Koregaon-Bhima violence case, has been freed from house arrest. The Delhi High Court granted him relief, saying the Supreme Court last week had given him the liberty to approach an appropriate forum within four weeks to seek legal help, which he h...

  • Rioting Cases Against Maharashtra Right-Wing Leader Sambhaji Bhide Dropped, Reveals RTI

    Rioting Cases Against Maharashtra Right-Wing Leader Sambhaji Bhide Dropped, Reveals RTI

    The Maharashtra government has withdrawn at least six riot cases against right-wing leader and the main suspect in Koregaon-Bhima violence Sambhaji Bhide, the response to an RTI has revealed. Hundreds of workers of the Shiv Pratishthan Hindustan, headed by Mr Bhide, have been cleared in rioting cases. Rioting charges have also been dropped in dozen...

  • "Kill PM Plot" Can't Be Vague Charge: Justice Chandrachud's Dissent View

    "Kill PM Plot" Can't Be Vague Charge: Justice Chandrachud's Dissent View

    Justice DY Chandrachud, one of three Supreme Court judges who ruled today over the arrest of five activists for alleged links to Maoist insurgents, gave a dissenting view, saying that the police appeared to be sponsoring a media trial of the accused. He said the charges against activists of involvement in a plot to assassinate Prime Minister Narend...

  • "Activists' Arrest Not Based On Dissent": Top Court Refuses Special Probe

    "Activists' Arrest Not Based On Dissent": Top Court Refuses Special Probe

    The Supreme Court today refused to interfere with the arrests of five rights activists - accused of links to Maoists - and extended their house arrest by four more weeks. In a majority 2-1 judgement, the top court also refused the activists' petition for a probe by a Special Investigation Team (SIT).

  • #MeTooUrbanNaxal Trends On Twitter After Activists Raided, Arrested

    #MeTooUrbanNaxal Trends On Twitter After Activists Raided, Arrested

    A day after multi-city raids at the homes of 10 activists over suspected Maoist links led to the arrests of five of them, #MeTooUrbanNaxal became the second-most popular Twitter trend. The Pune Police say that their investigation into the Koregaon Bhima violence led them to these activists. Their arrests were heavily criticised and described as "ab...

'Koregaon Bhima' - 18 Video Result(s)

'Koregaon Bhima' - 19 News Result(s)

  • Elgar Parishad Case: Another Activist Refuses To Depose Before Panel

    Elgar Parishad Case: Another Activist Refuses To Depose Before Panel

    Sudhir Dhawale, an activist with alleged Maoist links, on Saturday became the second accused in the Pune Elgar Parishad case after Surendra Gadling to refuse to depose before the inquiry commission probing the 2018 Koregaon Bhima caste violence.

  • "Welcome To New India": Jairam Ramesh On Judge's 'War And Peace' Question

    "Welcome To New India": Jairam Ramesh On Judge's '<i>War And Peace</i>' Question

    The Bombay High Court asking activist Vernon Gonsalves, accused of inciting violence in Maharashtra's Koregaon Bhima in December 2017, why he kept "objectionable material such as books like War and Peace", has stirred up thousands of reactions on Twitter. The hashtag #WarAndPeace has been trending for most part of the afternoon today.

  • "Bizarre": Jairam Ramesh On High Court Judge's 'War and Peace' Question

    "Bizarre": Jairam Ramesh On High Court Judge's '<i>War and Peace</i>' Question

    Senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh today termed "truly bizarre" the Bombay High Court asking an activist to explain why he kept a copy of Leo Tolstoy's "War and Peace".

  • Bhima Koregaon Activists Mobilised Dalits To Overthrow Government: Police

    Bhima Koregaon Activists Mobilised Dalits To Overthrow Government: Police

    Maharashtra Police Wednesday told the Bombay High Court that activists arrested in connection with the Koregaon-Bhima violence and Maoist links were mobilising Dalits to achieve the motive of the CPI (Maoist) to "overthrow the government".

  • Koregaon Bhima Case: Activist Anand Teltumbde Seeks Protection From Arrest

    Koregaon Bhima Case: Activist Anand Teltumbde Seeks Protection From Arrest

    Activist and academic Anand Teltumbde, who was arrested by the Pune Police last week in the Elgar Parishad case and then released following a sessions court order, today approached the Bombay High Court, seeking protection from arrest.

  • Court Calls Arrest Of Activist Accused In Koregaon Bhima Case "Illegal"

    Court Calls Arrest Of Activist Accused In Koregaon Bhima Case "Illegal"

    Dalit scholar Anand Teltumbde, an accused in Bhima-Koregaon case, was arrested from Mumbai early this morning. Mr Teltumbde was arrested by the Pune police a day after his request for protection from arrest was rejected by a court.

  • Koregaon Bhima Event LIVE Updates: Security Tightened As Thousands Visit Memorial

    Koregaon Bhima Event LIVE Updates: Security Tightened As Thousands Visit Memorial

    The police are on their toes to prevent a repeat of the incident when a year ago violence broke out at Maharashtra's Koregaon Bhima between Dalits and right-wing groups.

  • Thousands Of Cops At Koregaon Bhima For Mega Dalit Event Today: 10 Points

    Thousands Of Cops At Koregaon Bhima For Mega Dalit Event Today: 10 Points

    A year to this day when violence broke out at Maharashtra's Koregaon Bhima between Dalits and right-wing groups, the police are on their toes to prevent a repeat of the incident. At least 5,000 police personnel, 1,200 Home Guards and 12 companies of the Rapid Action Force and the State Reserve Police Force (SRPF) have been deployed in and around th...

  • A Year After Koregaon-Bhima Violence, Preventive Action Against 1,200

    A Year After Koregaon-Bhima Violence, Preventive Action Against 1,200

    To avoid repeat of the violence witnessed near the Koregaon Bhima war memorial in Pune district on January 1, 2018 one year later, police have taken preventive action against over 1,200 people. The action includes barring some persons from entering the area and ''externment" (eviction from the district) of some others, senior police officials said ...

  • Pune Court Rejects Bail Pleas Of 3 Activists Over Alleged Maoist Links

    Pune Court Rejects Bail Pleas Of 3 Activists Over Alleged Maoist Links

    A court in Pune today rejected the bail applications of activists Sudha Bharadwaj, Vernon Gonsalves and Arun Ferreira, who were arrested for their alleged links with Maoists.

  • Activist Gautam Navlakha Freed From House Arrest By Delhi High Court

    Activist Gautam Navlakha Freed From House Arrest By Delhi High Court

    Bhima Koregaon case: Gautam Navlakha, one of the five rights activists arrested in connection with the Koregaon-Bhima violence case, has been freed from house arrest. The Delhi High Court granted him relief, saying the Supreme Court last week had given him the liberty to approach an appropriate forum within four weeks to seek legal help, which he h...

  • Rioting Cases Against Maharashtra Right-Wing Leader Sambhaji Bhide Dropped, Reveals RTI

    Rioting Cases Against Maharashtra Right-Wing Leader Sambhaji Bhide Dropped, Reveals RTI

    The Maharashtra government has withdrawn at least six riot cases against right-wing leader and the main suspect in Koregaon-Bhima violence Sambhaji Bhide, the response to an RTI has revealed. Hundreds of workers of the Shiv Pratishthan Hindustan, headed by Mr Bhide, have been cleared in rioting cases. Rioting charges have also been dropped in dozen...

  • "Kill PM Plot" Can't Be Vague Charge: Justice Chandrachud's Dissent View

    "Kill PM Plot" Can't Be Vague Charge: Justice Chandrachud's Dissent View

    Justice DY Chandrachud, one of three Supreme Court judges who ruled today over the arrest of five activists for alleged links to Maoist insurgents, gave a dissenting view, saying that the police appeared to be sponsoring a media trial of the accused. He said the charges against activists of involvement in a plot to assassinate Prime Minister Narend...

  • "Activists' Arrest Not Based On Dissent": Top Court Refuses Special Probe

    "Activists' Arrest Not Based On Dissent": Top Court Refuses Special Probe

    The Supreme Court today refused to interfere with the arrests of five rights activists - accused of links to Maoists - and extended their house arrest by four more weeks. In a majority 2-1 judgement, the top court also refused the activists' petition for a probe by a Special Investigation Team (SIT).

  • #MeTooUrbanNaxal Trends On Twitter After Activists Raided, Arrested

    #MeTooUrbanNaxal Trends On Twitter After Activists Raided, Arrested

    A day after multi-city raids at the homes of 10 activists over suspected Maoist links led to the arrests of five of them, #MeTooUrbanNaxal became the second-most popular Twitter trend. The Pune Police say that their investigation into the Koregaon Bhima violence led them to these activists. Their arrests were heavily criticised and described as "ab...

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