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Wanted for inciting Republic Day violence, gangster Lakha Sidhana releases video inciting people to join another rally in lakhs

Gangster Lakha Sidhana is on the run ever since Delhi Police booked him for his involvement in the Republic Day violence in Red Fort

George Floyd case: In eight months, Minneapolis went from defunding Police to spending millions to recruit more officers

City council members of Minneapolis have decided to spend millions of dollars on recruiting more police officers to halt crime rate in the city.

Rakesh Tikait makes another ‘promise’ ahead of ‘Chakka Jam’ and Delhi police doesn’t seem to believe him this time around

After the 26th January insurrection, Rakesh Tikait has made another 'promise' ahead of his call for Chakka Jam on the February 6th

Molotov cocktail thrown near synagogue in London, not believed to be related to terrorism or antisemitism: Reports

A molotov cocktail was hurled near a synagogue in Golders Green, London following which a man has been arrested

BJP demands action against Sharjeel Usmani for Hinduphobic speech at Elgar Parishad

BJP's Keshav Upadhye asked Thackeray how can someone come to Maharashtra and call Hindus a rotten society.

Delhi: Caravan employee Mandeep Punia tries to cross barricades and misbehave with cops at Singhu border, detained

Punia, who works with the far-left propaganda website 'The Caravan' and Junputh, was moving through roadblocks and trying to remove the barricades when he misbehaved the police.

Republic Day violence: Deep Sidhu threatens farmer union leaders, says he knows their ‘secrets’ too

Deep Sidhu, a pro-Khalistani actor, was so far being hailed as a hero by the Congress ecosystem. After his presence during the Red Fort attack was exposed, he is being painted as a 'BJP agent'.

Red Fort attack: Khalistan sympathizer Deep Sidhu named in Delhi police FIR

Deep Sidhu justified the hoisting of Sikh flag atop the Red Fort calling it representative of the country's "diversity" .

Farmer protests: Twitter suspends 550 accounts for inciting violence, abuse, and threats

Delhi Police had claimed that hundreds of Twitter accounts were created to sow confusion about the tractor rally proposed by the 'farmers'.

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