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Most affected people in Bengal post-poll violence are from Scheduled Caste, says NCSC chief

NCSC chief Vijay Sampla said that the way incidents of violence have happened in West Bengal after May 2 is worrisome

Will Param Bir Singh get arrested? Maharashtra govt says won’t arrest till May 20th, state to file response: Details

In April, inspector Bhimrao Ghadge had levelled serious corruption allegations against Param Bir Singh and the other officials

Param Bir Singh slapped with SC/ST Act, weeks after writing letter exposing Maha Home Minister

Ghadge claims Singh had filed five FIRs against him to get him suspended after he refused to obey Singh's illegal instructions.

‘If you support the cham**rs, we will kill you’: Muslim assailants target own community members for supporting Mewat’s Dalit boy Rahul

Hakimuddin, another witness in the case, has stated that the assailants are powerful and they had even barred the Muslims supporters of the Dalit family from praying in the local mosque during Ramzan.

Editors Guild slams UP police for filing FIR against Scroll journalist following a complaint by Dalit woman for publishing a fake report on her

The Editors Guild has hit out today at the Uttar Pradesh Police for registering an FIR against Scroll.in Executive Editor Supriya Sharma.

DMK Rajya Sabha MP RS Bharathi arrested under SC/ST Act for his controversial remark on appointment of Dalit judges, gets bail

DMK Rajya Sabha MP RS Bharathi was booked under section 3 of the Scheduled caste and Schedule tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.

Bengal: VHP’s mass wedding ceremonies for poor tribals under attack, Mamata Banerjee terms them ‘conversion attempt’

Mamata Banerjee's administration has alleged that RSS's mass marriage drives are 'conversion tactic'. The VHP's mass wedding ceremony for over 100 poor tribals was attacked and vandalised by workers of the JDP on February 2.

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