Umar Khalid refutes ‘any confession’ questions Delhi Police for leaking supplementary chargesheet against him

By Special Correspondent New Delhi:  Former Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) student leader and activist, Umar Khalid on Monday asked the Delhi police how the supplementary chargesheet under FIR 101 in a case related to the February North East Delhi was leaked to the media which has started a  a “vicious media trial”  against him.  Khalid moved an application through his attorneys in a Delhi court today in this regard and debunked the “confessions” attributed to him in a section of the media. He also asserted that he did not sign…

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Delhi riots: Prima facie Umar Khalid, Tahir Hussain, others conspired together, says court

New Delhi: There was reasonable ground to prima facie show that former JNU student leader Umar Khalid, suspended AAP Councillor Tahir Hussain and others conspired on north-east Delhi riots last year, a court here said on Tuesday while taking cognisance of the supplementary charge sheet filed in the case. Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Dinesh Kumar said there was sufficient material on record to proceed against Khalid in the case related to the communal violence in Khajuri Khas area in February last year. The court said a witness statement was sufficient to…

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In India the fight against COVID is ‘Vaccine Nationalism’

By Dr. Mumtaz Naiyer The year 2020 have been one of the difficult years in the human history due to coronavirus pandemic. It has affected the entire world. The modern day science and human race facing one of the difficult times. Meanwhile I got the news that India has approved one of the indigenous vaccine they have produced. I was bit excited to read the news. However, being researcher myself, I Keep tracking the vaccines especially the coronavirus vaccines throughout the world.  It’s not that we do not believe in…

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Escalation in Hindutva violence an outrage against the Indian Constitution

WASHINGTON : The Indian American Muslim Council (IAMC), an advocacy group dedicated to safeguarding India’s pluralist and tolerant ethos, on Monday said that persecution of Muslims under the rule of militant Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party, has increased beyond one’s imagination. “The Narendra Modi government must demonstrate to all Indians and the international community that the Constitution is still in effect,” said Mr. Ahsan Khan, President of IAMC. “This will require putting a stop to the violence against Muslims by groups affiliated to the larger ideological fraternity of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak…

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