Delhi violence

Accusing a section of the Delhi Police officials of being complicit in February's communal violence, the letter argues for a ‘credible’ and ‘unbiased’ probe to 'ensure public trust'.
Over 20 film personalities, on Sunday had released a statement raising their voice against the arrest of the students and activists by Delhi Police for protesting against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and demanded their release.
The Pakistan PM warned Covid-19 could devastate developing nations.
The Union home minister claimed that the first incident of violence in northeast Delhi was reported on 24 February around 2 pm and the last one on 25 February around 11 pm.
Manoj Mitta, who has researched on and written books about the riots in 2002 and 1984, looks at the past to make sense of the communal violence in 2020 in this interview.
Some people are visiting their burnt out homes to assess the damage
Iran's Ayatollah Ali Khamenei asked India to stop attacks on Muslims after deadly Delhi riots.
Hussain moved the surrender application before the court saying that he was willing to join the investigation and wanted to surrender in the case.
The top court said the matters pertaining to the riots will be listed before the Chief Justice of Delhi High Court on Friday, while the SC will hear the matter concerning the alleged speech by Mander.
Delhi Police Additional CP Ajit Singla said at press conference that Hussain had been rescued, corroborating the statements made by the suspended AAP councillor last week.
Traumatised Muslims who briefly visited their destroyed homes in the riot-hit neighbourhood say there is nothing left to come back to.
“The Centre should have acted quickly to control the violence,” Atishi said and accused BJP leader Kapil Mishra of making “hate speeches”.
Here's a look at how foreign publications like The Atlantic, The Guardian, The Washington Post and The New York Times have covered the violence in Delhi.
The US Congresswoman from New York called out US President Donald Trump and said "We must not enable this rise in sectarian violence."
While fake news on Facebook and Twitter is regularly debunked, TikTok mostly flies under the radar, making it a fertile ground for hate speech and misinformation.
Public healthcare inflicted secondary trauma on victims of the riots due to lapses in providing timely and good quality treatment, says a Jana Swasthya Abhiyaan report.
BJP's Mishra has been accused of inciting the riots with incendiary speeches and the infamous 'goli maaro' slogan.
Calling Prime Minister Narendra Modi "nakedly fascist", Roy said what happened in Delhi wasn't just "a riot or a danga".
Health minister Harsh Vardhan says he doesn’t want to talk about relief for Delhi riot victims ‘right now’.
Delhi Police spent the night carrying out patrols and putting out statements saying there was not truth to the rumours about fresh violence.