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Canada politician allegedly flouts visa norms by attending Punjab farmers protests at Kundli border: Read details

Despite warning, Canadian politicians continue to interfere in India's domestic matters.

Iran executes a journalist on the charges of inciting and aiding the 2017 protests against the Iranian government

Journalist Rohullah Zam was accused of helping govt protests against Iran govt by sharing timings of protests on his website and telegram channel

Mask violators to compulsorily serve at COVID-19 community centres: Gujarat High Court directs State to issue notice

The Gujarat High Court observed that monetary fines were not a sufficient enough deterrence for people to conform to COVID-19 guidelines and protocols

Danish Pension Fund blacklists China, to pull out investments worth €54 million over human rights violations

Danish pension fund AkademikerPension pulling out its investments from China due to suppressing dissenting voices &violating human rights

#BringBackAnandRanganathan trends as users protest Twitter declaring a Quranic verse ‘hateful’ and blocking Dr Anand Ranganathan who posted the verse

Twitter claimed that citing a Quranic verse is against the rules of the platform and is 'hateful conduct'.

Searching porn in incognito? Google is possibly recording you, and now it has been sued for $5 billion

Google has been slapped with a lawsuit seeking $5 billion, accusing the search giant of privacy infringements by tracking internet activity of users using browser in the 'private or incognito' mode

FIR filed against Daati Maharaj for offering prayers at Delhi temple during the lockdown

The FIR has been filed under Sections 188, 34 and relevant sections of Disaster management act and epidemic diseases act.

Karnataka: CRPF COBRA commando beaten, humiliated and tied up in chains by police, was assaulted for cleaning his bike in front of his house

Images of the soldier from an elite commando unit being tied up in chains in a police station have caused a furore on social media.

Covidiots: Uruguayan diplomat defies lockdown rules in Delhi, fights with Delhi police

When the cops asked why was she not following the mandate issued by the MEA, the diplomat said she has not received any such notices.

Mumbai: Mosque trustees booked for violating government orders proscribing large gathering

About 100-150 people had gathered at Sunni Shafi Masjid in Nagpada, Mumbai, to offer namaz amidst curfew imposed by the state government in the wake of coronavirus outbreak

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