Several metro stations closed in view of violent protests in Delhi
In a series of tweets, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) said that entry and exit gates of GTB Nagar, Shivaji Stadium, Patel Chowk, Vishwavidyalaya, Vasant Vihar, Munirka, R K Puram Metro stations were closed on the advice of the police. Earlier, DMRC closed the entry and exit gates of the Sukhdev Vihar Metro station in view of the violent protest.
Violence at Delhi protest: 35 taken to hospital, 11 admitted
A clash took place between protesters and police during a demonstration against ...
Southeast Delhi schools to remain closed on Monday: Manish Sisodia
Violent protesters set on fire buses and clashed with police near Jamia Mi...
Arvind Kejriwal speaks to LG, urges him to take all steps to restore peace after Jamia protest
Delhi CM said the Delhi govt is doing everything possible at its end to restore peace following violent protest against the citizenship law. "Spoke to Hon'ble LG and urged him to take all steps to restore normalcy and peace. We are also doing everything possible at our end. Real miscreants who caused violence shud be identified and punished (sic)," he tweeted.
Citizenship (Amendment) Act stir in Delhi: Jamia Teachers' Association urges students to stay away from 'direction-less' protest
The Jamia Teachers' Association on Sunday condemned the violence against the amended citizenship act and said it was not part of the arson in south Delhi.
Anti-Citizenship Act protest: Entry, exit gates of multiple metro stations in Delhi closed
Delhi Traffic Police said in a tweet that the vehicle movement was closed from Okhla Underpass to Sarita Vihar due to the agitation. Vehicles coming from Badarpur and Ashram Chowk were diverted to alternative routes due to the blockade.
CAA protests: Students of Jamia Milia Islamia assembled outside Delhi Police HQ
Students of Jamia Milia Islamia have assembled outside the Delhi Police HQ, following the clashes that took place today.TIMES NOW's Mohit Bh...
Delhi: Anti-CAA protest turns violent as 3 buses burnt in Jamia Nagar
New Delhi, December 15: The protests called in the national capital on Sunday against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) turned violent, wi...
Violence rocks south Delhi during anti-citizenship law protest, buses torched, nearly 60 injured
Violence erupted on Mathura Road in southeast Delhi following a clash between police and Jamia Millia Islamia students who were protesting against the amended Citizenship Act.
Mother Dairy hikes milk prices in Delhi-NCR
New Delhi, Dec 14 (ANI): Leading milk supplier of Delhi and National Capital Region, Mother Dairy has decided to hike milk prices up to 3rs/...
Delhi BJP focussing on 12 reserved seats to boost its chances of returning to power
The Scheduled Caste Morcha of the Delhi BJP has been holding 'Samajik Sammelans' (public meetings) with individual Scheduled Castes since November to penetrate among voters in view of the Assembly polls due early next year.
Police entered campus by force, no permission taken: Jamia Millia Islamia Chief Proctor
Soon after the violence in south Delhi during a protest against the Citizenship Act, police entered the Jamia Millia Islamia campus and blocked the university gates to nab some "outsiders" who had entered the premises to hide, sources said. Both the Jamia Millia students' community as well as the Teachers' Association have disassociated themselves from the violence.
Police enters Jamia campus to nab 'outsiders' involved in violence during anti-CAA stir: Sources
Both the Jamia Millia students' community as well as the Teachers' Association have disassociated themselves with the violence and arson that took place near the university Sunday afternoon.
Singapore government again uses fake news law against opposition
The Ministry of Manpower called for the changes to a Facebook post sponsored by the Singapore Democratic Party, the government agency said in a statement. The Dec. 2 post carried agraphic showing falling employment of local executives and a report promoting the party's population policy, according to the statement.
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