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1 Year of Delhi Violence

18 FIRs filed, 106 people arrested in connection with North-East Delhi violence: Police

18 FIRs, 106 people arrested in connection with Delhi violence: Delhi Police PRO MS Randhawa

IB sleuth Ankit Sharma and two others were dragged by a Muslim mob inside AAP corporator Tahir Hussain’s house: Eyewitnesses

Eyewitnesses say Ankit Sharma & 2 other men were dragged by Muslim mob inside AAP leader Tahir Hussain’s house

Delhi Riots: Muslim mob pelts stones at NDTV journalist Sreenivasan Jain while he was reporting from the ground, forcing him to leave the area

Sreenivasan Jain says that members of the 'minority community' have thrown stones to stop them from recording

As Delhi gradually comes back to normalcy, anti-CAA protesters removed from Jaffrabad resume sit-in dharna at Seelampur

After days of Arson and violence, women protestors back to protest against CAA in Seelampur.

Normalcy returning to North-East Delhi, several confidence building measures being taken: Delhi Police Commissioner

Things are being brought back to normalcy in North-East Delhi: Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik

AAP leader Tahir Hussain’s goons attacked him, says family of IB officer murdered in Delhi riots

Ravinder Sharma has held Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party responsible for his son's brutal murder. Sharma said that his son was shot after the anti-CAA rioters had beaten up mercilessly.

Delhi riots: How leftists are using Wikipedia to write the first draft of biased history

Wikipedia article on Delhi riots projects only violence by Hindus and Pro-CAA crowd, hide Muslim violence

Delhi Riots: Far-Left ‘women rights group’ Pinjra Tod accused of inciting violence and blocking roads by ‘concerned’ anti-CAA citizens

"Concerned citizens of Seelampur, Jafrabad and Trans-Yamuna" have accused Pinjra Tod, a far-left women rights initiative, and other 'elite civil society' groups of inciting riots at the national capital.

Delhi riots: PM Modi appeals for peace and calm, urges to maintain brotherhood

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today took to Twitter to appeal for peace and calm in the Delhi riots.

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