Delhi Govt Vs Facebook: SC says “Peace and Harmony Committee” of Delhi Assembly does not have prosecuting power on law and order issues
Supreme Court says Delhi assembly's Peace and Harmony Committee can summon Facebook officials, but it does not have power to prosecute
No coercive step against Facebook exec for ‘role’ in Delhi riots, says Delhi Assembly panel after SC sends notice
Dehi Assembly panel had sent summons to Facebook India head Atul Mohan alleging ‘deliberate inaction’ by the social media giant against alleged hate speech that ‘culminated in the Delhi riots’
Facebook moves to SC challenging Raghav Chadha’s summons, says they are answerable to Union govt, not a Delhi assembly panel
The plea filed by the Supreme Court also said that the summons violates the right of the petitioner to remain silent and his right to privacy, which are fundamental rights.
Abdul Karim Rana becomes ‘govt doctor Rahul Thakur’ to cheat coronavirus patients seeking plasma donors, arrested by police
Delhi Police have arrested a fraudster named Abdul Karim Rana for posing as a plasma donor and duping Delhi Assembly Speaker Ram Niwas Goel's relatives.
Naresh Yadav, who was accompanied by volunteers, was returning from a temple visit from Mehrauli when the incident happened. Naresh Yadav had won from Mehrauli assembly seat.
As per Election Commission data, the CPI is getting a vote share of 0.02 per cent and the CPM is getting a vote share of 0.01 per cent.
Delhi's Jamia Nagar, which comes under the Okhla constituency in East Delhi parliamentary segment, was one of the epicentres of the anti-CAA riots.
Delhi elections: AAP candidate Abdul Rehman wins Muslim dominated Seelampur seat which saw unprecedented violence during anti-CAA riots
AAP candidate Abdul Rehman secured his victory from Muslim dominated Seelampur constituency.
Delhi Elections: Congress’s Vikaspuri candidate Mukesh Sharma accepts defeat even before early trends trickle in
Mukesh Sharma's rivals are Mahendra Yadav from the Aam Aadmi Party and Sanjay Singh of the BJP.
Delhi Elections: Muslim constituencies see high voter turnout, Seelampur, where Muslim mobs rioted, records turnout above 71%
After a sluggish start, the evening voter percentage in Delhi saw a sharp uptick as about 54 per cent of voter turnout