Delhi riots

Gulfisha Fatima remains incarcerated in the conspiracy case of the Delhi riots.
Mark Luckie deposed in front of Delhi Assembly’s Committee on Peace and Harmony that is probing Facebook's role in the Delhi riots.
Gulshan Bano was forced to approach the courts twice just to get her father’s remains. The plight of grieving families like Gulshan’s have faded from view.
Additional Sessions Judge Amitabh Rawat wrote, “There is no CCTV footage of the incident of the present FIR where the applicant could be identified.”
Special Public Prosecutor Amit Prasad said the investigating agency had "limited resources," and the law did not make any distinction between hard and soft copy of a chargesheet.
Defense lawyers asked Additional Sessions Judge Amitabh Rawat to pass an order for their clients to receive warm clothes.
Political scientist Neera Chandhoke discusses the fallout of criminalising the anti-CAA protests on Mohandas Gandhi’s legacy and what the movement achieved.
In this interview, Mary Elizabeth King, an expert on nonviolent resistance, discussed how Mohandas Gandhi's civil disobedience influenced the American civil rights movement, and what he might think of India today.
Faizan Khan is only the second person after Safoora Zargar to be granted bail in FIR 59 after the Delhi Police invoked India's anti-terror law, the Unlawful Prevention Activities Act.
The Jawaharlal Nehru University student was arrested and re-arrested in four cases in the span of ten days in May and June.
The arc of Tanha’s life is of a poor student from Jharkhand to a young man who was finding his politics at one of India’s top national universities.
Additional Sessions Judge Amitabh Rawat has ordered lawyers to return pen drives with a soft copy of the chargesheet and to destroy any prints.
Even talking about "Ghazwa-e-Hind" seems “beyond ridiculous" to stunned family members.
Faizan Khan's stunned family says that he was a poor salesman who had no interest in politics and never attended the anti-CAA protests.
Shashi Tharoor, Prashant Bhushan and Meena Kandasamy have reacted to Amnesty's announcement.
The organisation said it was compelled to let go of staff in India.
The Delhi Police waited for five months before asking the Delhi Metro for surveillance footage pertaining to the Delhi riots in February 2020.
Political activists have pointed to a resolution and Whatsapp messages to support their contentions.
Mira Nair, Amitav Ghosh, Ramchandra Guha, Meena Kandaswamy, Romila Thapar said they stand in "solidarity and outrage" with Khalid.