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  • Delhi: Court to hear defamation complaint against Jagdish Tytler on October 15 4 days ago

    New Delhi: A Delhi court on Saturday fixed October 15 for hearing a criminal defamation complaint filed against Congress leader Jagdish Tytler by a senior lawyer representing the victims of 1984 anti-Sikh riot cases. The matter was put for the next date as Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (ACMM) Gaurav Rao...
  • PM Modi 'ring fenced' against US court summons in Gujarat riots case January 16, 1410

    New York: India on Saturday made it very clear that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived in New York on a five-day visit, was "ring fenced" and there was no question of anyone serving any summons on him and that an action in the matter was underway. India's strong reaction came...
  • Small-town US politician emerges as unlikely foe of Narendra Modi January 16, 1410

    New York: A city council member from a Chicago suburb of 25,000 people is making for an unlikely antagonist of Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India, population 1.2 billion. Joseph Whittington of Harvey, Illinois, worked with a group of New York lawyers to found a nonprofit and file a civil lawsuit...
  • IM planned terror attacks in Muzaffarnagar to avenge riots: sources 1 week ago

    New Delhi: According to a revelation during the interrogation of Indian Mujahideen terrorist Ajaz Sheikh, the terror outfit was planning attacks in riot-hit Muzaffarnagar. Delhi Police Special Cell sources say that the mails that were supposed to be sent after the strikes were recovered from Ajaz's laptop. The mail was...
  • Modi advances US trip by a day due to 'technical reasons', to now leave on September 25 September 22, 2014

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday advanced his trip to the United States by a day. He will now leave for Washington on September 25. Sources said that the visit was rescheduled due to 'technical reasons' involving landing issues in Germany. Modi was earlier scheduled to leave for the...
  • Punjab government assures jobs to dependents of 1984 antiSikh riot victims September 11, 2014

    Chandigarh: Punjab government on Wednesday said that it will soon provide jobs to the dependents of victims of 1984 antiSikh riots and terrorism. Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal assured the wards of 1984 riots and terrorism victims that the state will soon provide compassionate jobs to them and instructed...
  • Amit Shah charge sheet: Congress expresses 'sense of satisfaction' September 10, 2014

    New Delhi: Congress on Wednesday expressed a "sense of satisfaction" over the charge sheet against BJP President Amit Shah for allegedly violating the Model Code of Conduct by making an "objectionable" speech during campaigning for Lok Sabha polls in Uttar Pradesh. "We have a sense of satisfaction that something which...
  • Indian spared caning in Little India riots for showing remorse September 10, 2014

    Singapore: An Indian in Singapore was spared caning but jailed for 25 months for his involvement in Little India riots, the country's worst violence in 40 years, as he had a clean record and showed genuine remorse for his actions. Senior District Judge Ong Hian Sun responded to an appeal by...
  • A year after Muzaffarnagar riots, victims still await justice September 8, 2014

    Muzaffarnagar: Even a year after voilent clashes in Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh that claimed 65 lives and left 50,000 homeless, the state government has been unable to bring the offenders to book. In fact, the police have even tried to convince victims to withdraw cases. A special cell of...
  • 30 minutes: No justice for victims even a year after Muzaffarnagar riots September 7, 2014

    It has been a year since the communal clashes broke out in Muzaffarnagar. CNNIBN revisits Muzaffarnagar to find out if the divide between Hindus and Muslims has deepened and if the wounds are healed. ...
  • Muzaffarnagar riot victims to sell houses at throwaway prices, live in ghettos September 6, 2014

    Muzaffarnagar: It has been a year since riots shattered the peace of Muzaffarnagar. Ever since, the city and the villages around it have been on tenterhooks, always tense that any small incident could spark another incident. The mood is best captured in Lissad, a village that has seen 13 deaths...
  • Modi shouldn't be blamed for 2002 riots in Gujarat: Australian PM September 5, 2014

    New Delhi: Australian premier Tony Abbott today said Narendra Modi as Gujarat Chief Minister should not be blamed for the 2002 riots in the state as he was just a "presiding officer" who has been cleared in "endless inquiries". "My understanding is that there has been endless inquiries into this and...
  • Education a distant dream for children in riothit Muzaffarnagar September 5, 2014

    Muzaffarnagar: This Teachers' Day, CNNIBN brings you the story of the children who live in riotsravaged Muzaffarnagar. It has been a year since communal clashes there left over 60 people dead, CNNIBN revisited ground zero to find that for the children, education is now a distant dream. Sixteenyearold Furgaan always...
  • Muzaffarnagar riots: Rape survivor alleges the probe panel offered her bribe to take back the case September 4, 2014

    Muzaffarnagar: A rape survivor has alleged that the Special Investigation Cell mandated to probe the Muzaffarnagar riots had offered her bribe to take back the case. One year after the Muzaffarnagar riots, CNNIBN revisited ground zero. "Investigating Officer Mala Yadav took me to the Malakpura camp and asked me to...
  • Muzaffarnagar riots: An year on August 28, 2014

    It's been a year since the first riots broke out in Muzaffarnagar that left 60 people dead. CNNIBN finds out if the divide between Hindus and Muslims has deepened and if the wounds are healed. ...
  • One year after Muzaffarnagar riots, fear looms in the area of another violence outbreak August 27, 2014

    Muzaffarnagar: One year after the deadly Muzaffarnagar riots that killed more than 60 people, the area is shrouded with the fear of a violence outbreak yet again. Families of the deceased have organised condolence meetings and havans for their lost ones. The area is tense over reports that suggest that...
  • Zplus security for Muzaffarnagar riots accused MLA August 26, 2014

    Lucknow: Bharatiya Janata Party MLA Sangeet Som, an accused in the Muzaffarnagar riots which claimed over 60 lives, has been granted Zplus security. The Uttar Pradesh government has decided to raise Som's security cover following intelligence reports of threat to his life. CRPF personnel will provide him security only within the...
  • Saharanpur riots: Probe report blames government officials for failure to control situation August 26, 2014

    Saharanpur: The Commissioner of Meerut division, who probed Saharanpur riots that left three persons dead, has blamed government officials for failure to control situation, say sources. The Commissioner submitted an 85page report to the Uttar Pradesh Home Secretary Rakesh Bahadur on Tuesday. Violence had erupted in Kutubsher area of Saharanpur on July...
  • 3 beheaded in southern Brazil prison riot August 25, 2014

    Sao Paulo: Three prisoners were beheaded and at least five other people were injured in a riot that erupted in a southern Brazilian prison, authorities said. Inmates of the prison in the city of Cascavel, took at least two agents and several other inmates hostage in the uprising, said military...
  • Court acquits man in 1984 Gurdwara Pulbangash riot case August 21, 2014

    New Delhi: The lone accused in a 1984 anti Sikh riots case in which a mob had set afire Gurdwara Pulbangash in north Delhi killing three persons has been acquitted by a court which said CBI failed to establish his presence on the spot. The name of senior Congress leader Jagdish...
  • Muzaffarnagar riots: 800 accused still absconding, says SIT August 21, 2014

    A total of 800 accused found involved in riot cases in Muzaffarnagar last year are still absconding, Special Investigation Team (SIT) officials said. The SIT probing the Muzaffarnagar riots had found the involvement of 1550 accused in different cases. While 750 accused have been arrested so far, 800 are still absconding,...
  • Bail plea of Muzaffarnagar riots accused rejected August 21, 2014

    A local court has rejected the bail plea of six persons accused of killing three locals in Lank village during the riots in the district in September last year. Additional District and Sessions Judge Jitender Kumar on Wednesday rejected the bail plea of six accused Satbir, Arun Kumar, Ravinder, Ramvir, Pradeep...
  • Blame game begins over SP report on Saharanpur riots, BJP calls it politically motivated August 18, 2014

    Lucknow: The political blame game has begun over the Samajwadi Party report on riots in Saharanpur district of Uttar Pradesh. While the SP report blamed the Bharatiya Janata Party leaders for inciting violence, the latter called the report politically motivated. The fivemember probe committee headed by Public Works Department Minister Shivpal...
  • Report on Saharanpur riots 'politically motivated': BJP August 17, 2014

    A probe committee's report on Sunday questioning BJP's role in the Saharanpur communal violence of Uttar Pradesh has evoked an outpouring of political reactions, but the BJP has rubbished the allegation as "politically motivated". "We do not know the veracity of this committee and its report. But the unfortunate incidents in...
  • Saharanpur riots: Committee headed by Shivpal Yadav questions BJP's role August 17, 2014

    A fivemember committee headed by UP minister Shivpal Yadav, which probed the communal violence in Saharanpur that left three persons dead, has blamed administrative lapses for the incident and questioned the role of BJP. "The report has been submitted by the committee to chief minister in which a BJP MP has...
  • Saharanpur riots: SP report blames BJP for inciting violence August 17, 2014

    Saharanpur: The Samajwadi Party (SP) has been facing criticism over its probe report on the recent Saharanpur violence in Uttar Pradesh (UP) which blamed failure of the local administration and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders for inciting violence. The fivemember probe committee headed by Public Works Department Minister Shivpal Singh Yadav...
  • Western UP reels under polarisation of electorate, spiking communal violence incidences August 8, 2014

    Lucknow: The omnipresence of politicians of all sorts in the series of riots that have jolted Uttar Pradesh since the Muzaffarnagar riots of September 2013, has raised suspicions over the possible polarisation of the electorate along communal lines that politicians might be indulging in. Not a single incidence of communal violence...
  • UP: Social media played a vital role in fanning communal riots August 8, 2014

    LucknowSocial media played a major role in fanning communal tension in Uttar Pradesh. Social media played a starring role in the blame game that followed the Muzzafarnagar riots. Akhilesh yadav found his villians in BJP MLA Sangeet Som and this fake video that he allegedly uploaded online. It claimed to show...
  • Akhilesh government fails to control communal riots in UP August 8, 2014

    Meerut: As the Samajwadi Party struggles to control the communal cauldron, which many believe has been stirred by the state government itself, Akhilesh Yadav actions to curb such incidents are under question mark. Akhilesh Yadav, under whose leadership the Samajwadi Party cycled into absolute majority in 2012, has allowed UP...
  • Curfew called off completely in Saharanpur August 8, 2014

    Curefew imposed in Saharanpur since July 26 has been lifted completely from August 8 onwards. District Magistrate Sandhya Tiwari said the curfew has been lifted from Friday after it was imposed in view of the violent clash between two communities over a disputed land last month. The situation in Saharanpur is completely...