Delhi riots: Estimated death toll is 53, over 200 seriously injured

The estimated death toll in the communal violence in northeast Delhi stood at 53, according to a report by “The Polis Project” – a research organization, which was confirmed by the Delhi Police. The violence started on February 23 and ended on February 25. Read More
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In Delhi, worst communal violence in decades sees death toll rise to 27

The death toll in the three days of violence in Delhi reached 27 according to the latest figures on Wednesday. The clashes started on Sunday between a Muslim group protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act and a Hindu group backing the new law. Read More
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Delhi violence turns deadly, policeman among 5 killed in riots

Northeast Delhi turned into a battlefield as the violence that started on Sunday afternoon between pro- and anti-CAA groups spiralled out of control and took the share of full-fledged rioting on Monday and claimed at least five lives. Read More
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Clashes erupt in northwest Delhi over CAA, many injured

Violence erupted at a protest site near northeast Delhi’s Jaffrabad Metro station when supporters of the Citizenship Amendment Act clashed with the anti-CAA protesters on Sunday. Read More
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Shaheen Bagh swells on Valentine’s Day, protesters invite Modi

The women-led protest against the CAA and NRC at Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh swelled on Friday as thousands of citizens, including artists and activists joining the protesters at the venue. The protesters invited the prime minister, Narendra Modi, to come and meet them at Shaheen Bagh. Read More
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Shaheen Bagh women becoming mascot of anti-CAA-NRC protests

The mainly Muslim women protesters sitting in protest day after day, night after night braving the bitter Delhi winter has now caught the attention of the country as well the international community. Read More
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Anti-CAA protests erupt across country, 2 killed in Mangaluru

After the president, Ram Nath Kovind, signed the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, which was passed by Parliament, into law, protests erupted all across India against the new law, on Thursday, where protesters urged the government to repeal it. Read More
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Those left out of final Assam NRC will get 10 months to prove ID

The Assam government has decided to offer window of 10 months for those who excluded from the final NCR to prove their Indian identity before they are sent to the detention centres. The Supreme Court has set August 31 as the deadline for Assam to release the final list of the NRC. Read More
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Assam to meet NRC deadline, CM hints new law on final count

Assam’s chief minister, Sarbananda Sonowal, has confirmed that the final National Register of Citizens will be published on August 31, and also indicated that the government could later enact legislation on the enumeration process. Read More
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Centre asks Supreme Court to extend Assam NRC deadline

The Centre, while emphasizing the need for a large-scale re-verification exercise before the final National Citizens Register, asked the Supreme Court to extend the July 31 deadline for the Assam list. It said that it needed to tweak the process for inclusion of names in the list. Read More
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