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Raids at the office of advocate Mehmood Pracha | ThePrint screenshot

Lawyers urge Amit Shah to take action against Delhi Police raid at Mehmood Pracha’s office

The lawyers said that Delhi police did not inform the Bar Association/Bar Council representatives in advance, as per the mutual consensus.
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Modi outreach to farmers a step forward. It will be good if talks resume in a spirit of sincerity

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Raids at the office of advocate Mehmood Pracha | ThePrint screenshot

Mehmood Pracha, lawyer for Delhi riots accused, raided in case of forgery, criminal conspiracy

Delhi Police special cell raids Pracha’s office in search of incriminating documents. Advocate says seizure of his computer violates attorney-client privilege, which is protected by law.
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How Delhi Police’s war against drugs saved India from becoming another Colombia

In ‘Khaki in Dust Storm’, former DGP Amod K. Kanth revisits the 1980s and 1990s when India witnessed riots, political assassinations & growing culture of drug abuse.
Glass lies shattered near the door to the Jamia Millia Islamia library after the police lathi-charged students in December 2019 | File photo: Manisha Mondal | ThePrint

Year after Jamia violence — charge sheet filed in 4 cases, students wait for action against cops

Crime Branch will soon conclude its probe in four cases related to anti-CAA violence in Jamia last December, says its DCP. But ‘police brutality’ question is still in Delhi HC.
Self-proclaimed Hindutva leader Ragini Tiwari in a screenshot from her viral video, in which she has made controversial threats. | Photo: Twitter

‘Hindutva leader’ threatens ‘another Jafrabad’ over farmer protest, cops say will verify video

Ragini Tiwari, who had made headlines with her threats before the Delhi riots, now wants to end the ongoing farmers’ protest in ‘Jafrabad’ style.
Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia speaks to police officials during a sit-in protest outside Chief Minister's residence, in New Delhi on 8 December 2020 | ANIDelhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia speaks to police officials during a sit-in protest outside Chief Minister's residence, in New Delhi on 8 December 2020 | ANI

Delhi Police says BJP workers attacked Deputy CM Manish Sisodia’s residence, files FIR

AAP had claimed that BJP workers attacked Sisodia's official residence. Police say BJP workers had asked for permission to protest at the location, which was denied.
Security personnel outside the residence of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, in New Delhi on 8 December

AAP says CM Arvind Kejriwal’s movement still restricted, Delhi Police denies claim

AAP spokesperson Raghav Chadha said there is an atmosphere of 'undeclared emergency' around the CM's residence, a day after the party had alleged Kejriwal was under house arrest.
Delhi Police personnel seen outside Arvind Kejriwal's residence in New Delhi on 8 December

Would have gone to support farmers if not stopped — Kejriwal alludes to ‘house arrest’ claim

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday addressed AAP members from his residence here and said he would have gone to support the protesting farmers in their Bharat Bandh movement if he was not stopped. After hours of drama outside Kejriwal's residence over him allegedly being put under house arrest by Delhi Police, the chief minister came outside and addressed the party members. "If I was not stopped, I would have gone and supported the protesting farmers in their Bharat Bandh movement. I am glad that Bharat Bandh was a success. I prayed for the protesting farmers while sitting inside," Kejriwal said. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) earlier in the day alleged that the Delhi Police had put the chief minister under house arrest after he met protesting farmers at the Singhu border, a claim denied by the city police. Joining the sit-in, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia also said that...
AAP dharna outside the Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s residence in Delhi | Photo: Suraj Singh Bisht | ThePrint

Delhi Police finally let Sisodia into Kejriwal’s residence, insist CM not under ‘house arrest’ 

Police let a group of AAP leaders and workers led by Manish Sisodia after they held a nearly 2-hour long dharna to be let in. 

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