Group admins of social media networks like Facebook and Whatsapp circulating objectionable posts including those containing rumours or fake news can now face imprisonment in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.
After being at the helms of the affairs for more then two weeks the pro hindutva chief minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath is yet to set up his bureaucratic machinery
Uttar Pradesh authorities must bring to justice those responsible for recent racist attacks against black African students and ensure the students’ safety, said Amnesty International India today.
In statement released by the Amnesty International a UK based human rights group has here today asked the newly appointed CM of Uttar Pradesh state of India Yogi Aditiyanath
As per the media reports emanating from Uttar Pradesh the BJP has picked up controvertial MP from Gorakhpur, Yogi Adityanath to head its first government
Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) editor Parmjeet Singh has talked to Sikh political analyst Bhai Ajmer Singh and Sikh youth leader Bhai Mandhir Singh to analyse the results of Uttar Pradesh elections 2017.
As per the media reports emnating from Merrut (U.P) the controversial BJP MP from Unnao Sachidanand Hari Sakshi alias Sakshi Maharaj has landed in himself in yet another trouble.
A shoe was reportedly hurled at Congress party leader Rahul Gandhi during his "UP Yatra". The incident reportedly took place at Sitapur in Uttar Pradesh where Rahul Gandhi was conducting a road show.
In yet another incident of brutal violance against Dalits, a couple was hacked to death in Uttar Pradesh. As per media reports a shopkeeper killed a Dalit couple with an axe in Uttar Pradesh on Thursday after an argument over Rs. 15 for a packet of biscuits.
The Allahabad High Court yesterday allowed four weeks to the Uttar Pradesh Government to file a reply on the issue of withdrawal of criminal case against 42 Pilibhit jail staff who killed seven TADA prisoners in the jail and seriously injured another 21.
Allahabad High Court has asked the Uttar Pradesh government to explain its decision to withdraw a CB-CID inquiry and cases against the 42 Pilibhit district jail employees, responsible for the 1994 custodial death of seven Sikhs in Pilibhit jail.
New Delhi: Senior leaders of the Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) met Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh to seek CBI probe into brutal murder of seven ...
Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) and Shiromani Gurdwara Prabhandak Committee have announced, in separate statements, to approach India's Human Rights Commission and the Supreme Court of India (SCI) respectively, seeking justice for eight Sikhs who were tortured to death by jail staff in Pilibhit district jail in 1994 and 21 others who had sustained serious injuring in this blind show of brutality.
It was Mulayam Singh Yadav led Samajwadi Party's government in Uttar Pradesh in 1994 when 28 Sikh detainees were brutally beaten up by jail staff- off which seven had died and remaining 21 suffered serious injuries.
Advo. Jaspal Singh Manjhpur, who maintains the list Sikh political prisoners, said that it was the UP and the Central government who have cleared the release of Bhai Wariam Singh and the Punjab government had nothing to do with it.
Sikh Political Prisoner Bhai Waryam Singh, 70, was released today on premature release. He was undergoing imprisonment for life in Bans-Bareli Jail in Uttar Pradesh (UP). His arrest dates back to 1990 and he was convicted under TADA.
The Uttar Pradesh government must do more to protect the rights of religious minorities in the state, Amnesty International India said today.
Inhuman violence against people of (so-called) lower castes continues in various parts of Indian sub-continent. The latest incident of burning a 90-year-old Dalit man for trying to enter into a Hindu temple in Uttar Pradesh.
The Uttar Pradesh government must set up a thorough, independent and impartial investigation into the alleged extrajudicial execution of a journalist by state police, Amnesty International India said.
New Delhi, India: In a written statement sent to the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN), human rights body Amnesty International India, said that “use of excessive ...Next Page »