Delhi riots: Court rejects Umar Khalid’s plea to meet his family, police say he is ‘non-cooperative’
Khalid had petitioned through his counsel to be allowed 30 means each on at least 2 days to meet his family members.
Umar Khalid was arrested by Delhi Police and booked under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act on Sunday night.
In his defence, advocate Trideep Pais, representing Umar Khalid in courts, claimed on Saturday that the accusations of conspiracy are 'fabricated', 'false' and obtained under duress.
A week after the horrific Bengaluru riots, the Bengaluru Central Crime Branch (CCB) has questioned two Congress corporators, including a former mayor, in connection with the violence.
Will legally proceed to recover damages from rioters, UAPA invoked: Karnataka CM on Bengaluru violence
UAPA Act has been invoked against Islamists responsible for the recent Bengaluru violence. Goonda ACT might be invoked.
Govt of India bans Greta Thunberg ‘inspired’ Fridays For Future website after they spam Environment Minister’s mailbox
Action has been taken against the websites of 'Let India Breathe' and 'There is No Earth B', along with 'Fridays For Future'.
Advocate Mahesh Jethmalani demands NIA probe under UAPA in Congress party’s agreement with Communist Party of China in 2008
Mahesh Jethmalani said that the Congress MoU with Communist Party of China in 2008 has sinister implication for country’s security
Pinjra Tod activist and JNU student Devangana Kalita booked under UAPA for Delhi riots, she is under judicial custody after her arrest
Safoora Zargar was denied bail and liberals on social media have been calling the order 'remorseless' and 'shameful'.
Delhi court rejects bail plea of Delhi riots accused Jamia student Safoora Zargar filed under medical grounds
Prior to this, Patiala court had rejected the bail plea of Safoora Zargar on May 26 and extended her judicial custody till June 25
Karan Johar apologises to Madhur Bhandarkar for tweaking his title without permission, Bhandarkar calls Johar’s act morally and ethically wrong
Madhur Bhandarkar had accused Karan Johar of tweaking his registered title 'Bollywood wives' for an upcoming web series on Netflix
District court in UP sentences one Sadab Alam to 20-years imprisonment for kidnapping and raping a minor girl
The minor victim was recovered by the police from West Bengal. She had told before the court that she was raped by Sadab Alam.
“Wikipedia has become a huge moral hazard”: Co-founder Larry Sanger accuses the website of turning into a ‘monocultural establishment organ of propaganda’
Larry Sanger accuses Wikipedia of no longer adhering to the principle of providing information from a neutral point of view
Uttar Pradesh ranks number one in providing jobs to migrant workers by generating 10 crore person-days under Gareeb Kalyan Rojgar Abhiyan
Uttar Pradesh government has spent 9,329.57 Crores on the project and generated 10,58,17,358 Person-days for migrant workers
‘Professor’ Ashok Swain, known for his anti-India rhetoric and Hinduphobia, deactivates his Twitter account saying he needed a break
Ashok Swain was often seen peddling anti-India narrative on social media that resonated well with Pakistan and liberals in India
Hyderabad elections: Owaisi makes ‘beef biriyani’ sly on BJP leaders, Raja Singh offers him pork biriyani
As an insult to BJP leaders, Owaisi had stated that they should have some biriyani at a particular hotel in Hyderabad that is famous for beef dishes.
When Sonia Gandhi trusted Ahmed Patel for conveying to PV Narasimha Rao’s family that his funeral will not be held in Delhi
Sanjaya Baru had said Ahmed Patel approached him to let PV Narasimha Rao's son know about Sonia Gandhi's message.
Odisha: Largest ever vigilance raid in state unearths massive wealth gathered by IFS officer, fancy cars, ultra-luxurious lifestyle
Pathak's family reportedly owns a lavish apartment in Bhubaneswar with Italian marble flooring, ivory furnitures and other luxuries. The son is engaged to an MLA's daughter.
Remembering the role Barkha Dutt played in endangering the lives of 100s of civilians during the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack
A look back at how live coverage by journalists like Barkha Dutt and other journalists endangered lives of thousands of people during 26/11 Mumbai terror attack.
During 26/11 Mumbai attack, Param Bir Singh refused to be on ground and take on terrorists, then Mumbai CP Hasan Gafoor had said
Hasan Gafoor, who was the Mumbai Commissioner of Police during the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, had accused senior police officials, including Param Bir Singh of not taking on the terrorists.