MOB VIOLENCE

  • 1984 antiSikh riots: Court verdict on Sajjan Kumar, 5 others today April 30, 2013

    New Delhi: Nearly three decades after 2,500 Sikhs were killed in the 1984 riots, a Delhi court will on Tuesday pronounce its verdict on the role of Congress leader Sajjan Kumar and five others in the killing of Sikhs. The case against Sajjan Kumar was opened on the recommendation of...
  • Odisha mob violence: Tytler to meet Narayanasamy September 13, 2012

    Bhubaneswar: Amidst demands for his arrest for giving a provocative speech at a Congress rally on September 6, Congress Leader Jagdish Tytler will meet Minister of State of PMO Narayanasamy in Bhubaneshwar on Thursday. This comes nearly a week after the state Congress leaders clashed with policemen outside the Assembly and...
  • Tytler let his police escorts get beaten up: DCP September 8, 2012

    Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Nitinjeet Singh has alleged that the three policemen, who were escorting Jagdish Tytler to Congress Bhawan, were attacked by the Congressmen in presence of the Congress leader and he did nothing to protect them. ...
  • Odisha mob violence: Tytler defends himself September 8, 2012

    Bhubaneswar: Under fire from friends and foes alike, Odisha Congress incharge Jagdish Tytler on Saturday defended himself over the mob violence that broke out outside the state Assembly on Thursday in which a lady constable was attacked, saying that he was not a part of any conspiracy and that the...
  • Odisha violence: Cong leader Tytler booked September 8, 2012

    Bhubaneswar: The Odisha Police on Saturday filed a case against state Congress incharge Jagdish Tytler for the mob violence outside the Assembly on Thursday. Tytler and six others were booked for attempt to murder, rioting and damage to public property. The police has arrested 34 people so far in connection with...
  • Delhi: Mob violence leaves 1 dead, many injured September 2, 2012

    New Delhi: At least one person died and many others injured on Sunday night after a mob set afire a police booth and a bus after alleged reports of a policeman beating up a twowheeler rider for losing control and riding into a police barricade. Few shops and vehicles were also...
  • Delhi: 1 dead, 2 hurt as mob clashes with police September 2, 2012

    New Delhi: One person died and two others were injured as clashed erupted between locals and police in East Delhi. Though police have denied firing at the mob and have claimed that they only used tear gas to disperse the crowd, bullet injuries have reportedly been found on the body...
  • Violence rocks Amritsar after MLA kin kills local October 26, 2007

    New Delhi: Violence erupted at a police station in Amritsar, Punjab, on Friday after a man was allegedly shot dead by a kin of an MLA on Thursday night. Angry mob pelted stones, destroyed police vehicles and damaged a petrol pump owned by the MLA. The deceased, Shankar Dass, died...
  • India 360: Cops' role to restrain a rioting mob September 1, 2007

    A private news channel aired a sting operation at the Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya alleging that Uma Khurana, a maths teacher in the school was luring her students into sex racket Turkman Gate and Daryaganj areas in north Delhi where the school is situated turned into a battle zone with angry mob...
  • How Andhra cops faked a bomb May 28, 2007

    Hyderabad: On May 18, one of the camera footage showed an Andhra Pradesh policeman supposedly defusing a third bomb that was claimed to be found near the Hyderabad Mecca Masjid immediately after the blasts. An inquiry by the department now reveals it wasn't a bomb at all. It was, in...
  • Mob violence after Hyd blast, 4 killed May 18, 2007

    Hyderabad: Four people were killed in police firing in Hyderabad on Friday hours after an explosion hit the Mecca mosque near the historic Charminar monument. The four were killed when police resorted to firing to control a frenzied mob that had gone on a rampage in protest against the blast. Violence...
  • Bangalore cops fire on mob, 1 dead January 21, 2007

    Bangalore: Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy, taking a serious view of the communal violence in parts of Bangalore, directed the police to deal sternly with antisocial elements and appealed to the people to maintain calm and peace. Though Kumaraswamy was out of town, he directed the police to step up...