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PUDR Demands Temporary Decongestion of Jail in View of COVID-19 Public Health Crisis

“A number of people are also routinely detained in lock-ups in police stations, of which many may not even come on record. Today there is a need for strict guidelines to prevent this to the extent possible.

Follow Guru’s Path and Help All Distressed in Delhi: Akal Takht’s Message for Sikhs

Taking notice of reports of mass violence, killings and arson in Delhi, the Akal Takht Sahib has directed the management committee of Sikh Gurdwaras to offer every help to those Muslims and Hindus who are in distress in Delhi to violence.

Violence in Delhi Fuelled by Hate Speeches Needs Immediate Action by the Government

Political leaders in India who are fuelling hatred and creating a violent environment by making hate speeches must be immediately held accountable, said Amnesty International India today.

Polling Begins in Delhi

Polling for Delhi State Assembly election began this morning. The state is witnessing a contest between the ruling Aam Aadmi Party

India Becoming A Dangerous Place For Peaceful Protests

Peacefully protesting against the government is not a crime. Not agreeing with the policies of a government does not make you a traitor either.

Student Shot at Outside Jamia Millia Islamia University; Hindustan Zindabad Slogan Raised

As per reports emanating from New Delhi an unidentified man opened fire outside Jamia Millia Islamia University,

Why Badals Are Getting Dumped?

BJP leader Manoj Tiwari held a press conference on Monday (Jan. 20) evening declaring saffron party’s alliance with Janta Dal (United) and Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) for upcoming Delhi elections, leaving behind the SAD (B).

Takhat Patna Sahib Jathedar Giani Iqbal Singh Not To Attend RSS Convention

As per the media reports Takht Patna Sahib, Giani Iqbal Singh, will not attend a convention being organised by the Rashtriya Sikh Sangat in New Delhi on Wednesday,

Another Judicial Gimmick From State’s Quiver, SCI Panel To Re-examine 241 Sikh Genocide Cases Closed By SIT

As per the media reports the Supreme Court of India (SCI) while pretending to deliver justice to the survivors of the November 1984 Sikh genocide, has

Aam Aadmi Party Wins Bawana By-Election; BJP Blames Own MLAs for Defeat

As per the media reports the Delhi unit of the Aam Adami Party here on Monday won the north Delhi’s Bawana assembly seat with a fairly comfortable margin

Sikh Genocide 1984: SCI Appoints Panel to Reassess the SIT’s Assessment of 241 Cases

SCI said it would appoint a supervisory committee comprising two of its former judges to vet if the if the investigation into 241 Sikh genocide cases was properly conducted so that the cases can be closed with ease by SIT.

AAP Leader Raises 1984 Sikh Genocide issue; Targets Congress & BJP for Denial of Justice

Senior leader of the Delhi unit of the Aam Adami Party (AAP) and minister in the Delhi government Satyendar Jain here on Friday has accused the  BJP and the Congress

1984 Sikh Genocide Case: Delhi High Court Tends To Plea Hearing Against Sajjan Kumar

As part of its yet another judicial stunt Delhi High Court has here on Tuesday has decided to give a chance to hearing a plea filed against senior Congress leader

Delhi To Implement Long Awaited Anand Marriage Act Soon

The long pending demand of the Sikhs to implement Anand Marriage Act will soon be over as the city will soon go ahead with implementation of the act in a week's time.

Ram Jethmalani Quits As Kejriwal’s Counsel, Says He Lied To Me During Defamation Case Proceedings

Senior Advocate Ram Jethmalani here today as quit as Aam Adami Party leader and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's counsel in the defamation case filed by 

Judicial Gimmick Ends As SIT Closes 51 Of 60 Reopened Sikh Genocide Cases

As it was expected the Special Investigation Team (SIT) by union home ministry has concluded with its judicial stunt by again closing probe into 51 of the 60 cases

Delhi High Court Quashes The Bail Of 1984 Sikh Genocide Case Convict Bhagmal Singh

In order to give an impression of being a patron of the justice for the Sikhs the Delhi High Court here on Thursday cancelled the bail granted on medical grounds

Delhi High Court Extends The Bail Of 1984 Sikh Genocide Case Convict

As per the media reports the Delhi High Court here on Tuesday extended the bail term on medical grounds to an 89-year-old convict serving life term in a 1984

Hearing On The Bail Plea Of 1984 Sikh Genocide Convict Capt Bhagmal To Continue

The hearing on the bail plea filed by convict in 1984 Sikh genocide case retired naval officer Captain Bhagmal will continue, he was held guilty in a case

Paper Missiles Hurdled At Inside Delhi Assembly, Roughed Up By AAP MLA’s

As per media reports two unidentified men here today threw paper missiles inside the Delhi Assembly House while a session was underway leading to a scuffle

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