Bhima Koregaon case: Accused ‘Urban Naxal’ Varavara Rao granted bail by Bombay HC on medical grounds
The HC has also ordered Rao to be discharged from the Nanavati hospital where he was being treated at the state's expense.
A police team had arrived with court warrant to arrest Ambatt Ashokan, CPM's Nettur branch secretary, when they were attacked by over 50 party workers.
JNU violence: Read the detailed chronology of events since attacks started on teachers and their family in October
JNU Teachers' Federation (JNUTF) has revealed that there have been attacks on teachers and their families
Each day it's becoming clearer that these so-called ‘student movement’ against CAA is actually a well planned and coordinated effort to fan communal violence.
SC order on Sabarimala is ‘complex’, will not provide assistance to women entering the shrine: Kerala Minister
Calling the verdict 'complex', the Kerala government stated yesterday that it is yet to decide what they will do if there are women in the 10-50 age group wishing to enter the Sabarimala shrine.
Communist Party of India (Maoist) is the sixth most dangerous terrorist organisation in the world: US report
CPI(M) is also designated as a terrorist organisation in India under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act
The Alipore court acquitted the prime accused Lalu Alam stating that there is no evidence against him and no chance that witnesses would turn up in the case.
USA: Violent Communist group Antifa, celebrated by Democrats and mainstream media, attacks gay journalist
Gay Journalist Andy Ngo was attacked by members of the Far-Left terrorist group Antifa in Portland, USA while he was covering one of their rallies.
AMU: Students oppose AMUSU president campaigning for Kanhaiya Kumar, pass no confidence motion against him
Reports from Begusarai state that the goons of Kanhaiya Kumar have been resorting to violence and intimidation in their election campaign.
Exclusive: Victims reveal how an allegedly drunk Kanhaiya Kumar and his supporters brutally beat up BJP supporters
Incidentally, the CPI candidate, who has been in news lately, for his huff, also has an equally interesting past