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‘LDF MLAs responsible for 2015 vandalism inside assembly must face trial, immunity to lawmakers is not given against criminal law’: SC to Kerala govt

The apex court while rejecting the Kerala government’s petition observed that immunity for lawmakers can’t be used as immunity against criminal laws.

Assam-Mizoram dispute: How India’s colonial past rages violent interstate border conflicts

The long-standing territorial dispute began when Mizoram used to be a district of Assam, known as Lushai Hills and was demarcated from the Cachar plains in accordance with an 1875 notification.

France: Massive protests break out over mandatory vaccination, demonstrators vandalise vaccination centres

The new rules in France varied from mandatory vaccination of health workers and requirement of health passes for accessing public places.

‘Is it in public interest’: Supreme Court asks Kerala why it withdrew cases against Left MLAs who vandalized assembly

Supreme Court asks Kerala govt what public interest is there in withdrawing cases against left MLAs who had vandalised the assembly

South Africa: Indian community takes up arms to defend their businesses as violent riots break out, here is why they may be targeted

In all, 6 people have been killed so far and a total of 489 suspects have been arrested.

Punjab: Miscreants vandalize Shiv Temple in Ahmadgarh, Nandi idol, Shivling damaged

Shivlinga and Nandi idol vandalized in a Shiv temple in Ahmedgarh in newly formed district Malerkotla in Punjab, Hindus start hunger strike in protest

Antifa ‘rioter’ arrested for the 5th time for abusing and obstructing police, repeatedly screaming ‘f*ck you’ at a black cop: Read details

In a video that has now surfaced online, that anti-police mob was seen abusing a non-White police officer continuously with the F-word.

Kerala govt calls vandalism of Assembly ‘Parliamentary privilege’, moves SC seeking permission to withdraw vandalism cases against CPM leaders

Kerala govt wants to withdraw cases against CPM leaders for vandalism in assembly in 2015, says vandalising house is parliamentary privilege

FIR filed against JNU students for vandalising and illegally occupying library, NSUI says “Sanghi administration” keeping it closed

FIR filed against JNU students for illegally occupying B. R. Ambedkar Library after vandalising it demanding its reopening

Haryana govt directs police to protect telecom infrastructure after mobile towers were destroyed over ‘COVID rumour’: Details

Haryana government directed the police and the district magistrates to ensure the protection of the telecom infrastructure in the State

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