"Listen To Science": Greta Thunberg's Message To India

"Listen To Science": Greta Thunberg's Message To India

Activists led by the 17-year-old Swedish girl Greta Thunberg marched through Davos, Switzerland today saying that there was a feel-good on climate change at the World Economic Forum meet but no real commitment to change and fulfilling the mandates...
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28 Killed, Late-Night Violence In Northeast Delhi

28 Killed, Late-Night Violence In Northeast Delhi

Northeast Delhi remains on the edge this morning with 28 dead and over 200 injured after four straight days of clashes over the citizenship law. Reports of arson and unrest emerged from northeast Delhi's Bhajanpura, Maujpur and Karawal Nagar areas...
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Judge Hearing Delhi Violence Case Moved To Punjab And Haryana High Court

Judge Hearing Delhi Violence Case Moved To Punjab And Haryana High Court

Delhi High Court judge Justice S Muralidhar, who on Wednesday grilled the centre, the state government and the Delhi Police over the violence in the national capital that left 27 dead and over 200 injured, has been transferred to the Punjab and Ha...
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The Biggest Stories Of February 26, 2020

The Biggest Stories Of February 26, 2020

The Biggest Stories Of February 26, 2020
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Delhi Violence: 27 Dead, Over 200 Injured

Delhi Violence: 27 Dead, Over 200 Injured

More than 20 people have been killed and at least 200 injured in communal violence in northeast Delhi in the last few days. As many have been injured due to gunshots wounds and many are critical, there is a possibility that there could be a rise i...
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First Anniversary Of The Indian Air Force's Balakot Strike

First Anniversary Of The Indian Air Force's Balakot Strike

Exactly a year back, in response to the Pulwama terror attack, the Indian Air Force attacked the Jaish-e-Mohammad camp in Balakot, Pakistan. This was the first time since the 1971 war that the Indian Air Force hit targets deep inside Pakistan. Tod...
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Delhi Clashes: Wages Of Violence

Delhi Clashes: Wages Of Violence

Nearly four days after violence ripped through northeast Delhi, Reality Check spoke to a number of residents of Khajuri Khas area, to trace the trail of violence, and its devastating impact.
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Delhi High Court Pulls Up Delhi Police Over Violence

Delhi High Court Pulls Up Delhi Police Over Violence

Today, nearly four days after violence ripped through northeast Delhi, after 27 people have been killed, close to 200 wounded, the police arrived in force. Taking out marches through the riot-hit areas. It has for now, appeared to bring a semblanc...
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Motorola Razr Unboxing- Meet The 'Made In India' Foldable Phone

Motorola Razr Unboxing- Meet The 'Made In India' Foldable Phone

Today, we're going to unbox the new Motorola Razr (2019) foldable phone. The foldable flip phone was unveiled internationally last year and today we're going to unbox and take a first look at the Indian unit of the Motorola Razr (2019). In the vid...
Tata Nexon BS6 Petrol, Toyota Vellfire Price, Hyundai Grand i10 Nios 1-litre

Tata Nexon BS6 Petrol, Toyota Vellfire Price, Hyundai Grand i10 Nios 1-litre

The top automotive stories of the day – Tata’s BS6 petrol engine gets more power. Toyota launches the Vellfire, Hyundai Grand i10 Nios gets a 1-litre petrol engine
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Telangana Cop Caught On Video Kicking Grieving Father Of Teen Who Died

Telangana Cop Caught On Video Kicking Grieving Father Of Teen Who Died

Disturbing visuals have emerged from Telangana's Sanga Reddy district where a policeman is seen repeatedly kicking the grieving father of a 16-year-old college student who died under suspicious circumstances. In a video of the incident, a group of...
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27 Dead In Delhi Violence, PM Modi Appeals For "Peace, Brotherhood"

27 Dead In Delhi Violence, PM Modi Appeals For "Peace, Brotherhood"

After more than three days of unprecedented violence in northeast Delhi, in which 27 people have died and at least 200 injured, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today appealed for "peace and brotherhood", and said he has held an extensive review of th...
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Have Registered 18 FIRs, Says Delhi Police On Violence

Have Registered 18 FIRs, Says Delhi Police On Violence

18 FIRs have been filed so far in cases regarding violence in northeast Delhi. 106 people have been arrested so far says Delhi Police PRO MS Randhawa.
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"Don't Worry About Money, He Said": Family On Intel Officer's Killing

"Don't Worry About Money, He Said": Family On Intel Officer's Killing

The family of an Intelligence Bureau officer, who was killed during clashes in northeast Delhi on Tuesday, has accused police of inaction. The police did not file a complaint last night after Ankit Sharma, who worked as a Security Assistant with t...
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"Give You My Word," NSA Ajit Doval Assures Delhi Locals Amid Violence

"Give You My Word," NSA Ajit Doval Assures Delhi Locals Amid Violence

National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, who has been put in charge of restoring normalcy in the violence-hit parts of Delhi, this evening visited the area to review security and interacted with locals there. "Situation is totally under control. Peop...
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NSA Ajit Doval Visits Violence-Hit Northeast Delhi, Reviews Security

NSA Ajit Doval Visits Violence-Hit Northeast Delhi, Reviews Security

NSA Ajit Doval Visits Violence-Hit Northeast Delhi, Reviews Security
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FIRs Should Be Filed In BJP Leaders' Hate Speeches, Orders Delhi High Court

FIRs Should Be Filed In BJP Leaders' Hate Speeches, Orders Delhi High Court

FIR should be filed in all hate speeches, Delhi High Court tells police on petitions against remarks by BJP leaders.
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21 Dead In Delhi Violence, PM Appeals For "Peace, Brotherhood"

21 Dead In Delhi Violence, PM Appeals For "Peace, Brotherhood"

After more than three days of unprecedented violence in northeast Delhi, in which 21 people have died and at least 200 injured, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today appealed for "peace and brotherhood", and said he has held an extensive review of th...
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At Epicentre Of Delhi Riots, How A Mohalla Of Hindus And Muslims Kept Peace

At Epicentre Of Delhi Riots, How A Mohalla Of Hindus And Muslims Kept Peace

The distance from Jafrabad to Maujpur, two neighborhoods in Delhi's northeast, is not long, barely a kilometre, but it is a fraught journey. It was the epicentre of the first round of violence that erupted on Sunday, spiralling outwards, engulfing...
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Watch: Minister Evades Question On BJP's Kapil Mishra's Delhi Speech

Watch: Minister Evades Question On BJP's Kapil Mishra's Delhi Speech

Watch: Minister Evades Question On BJP's Kapil Mishra's Delhi Speech
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Intel Officer's Body Found In Drain In Delhi Locality Hit By Clashes

Intel Officer's Body Found In Drain In Delhi Locality Hit By Clashes

As violence-hit areas in northeast Delhi, where clashes intensified over controversial citizenship law in the last three days, continue to remain tense, body of an Intelligence Bureau officer - Ankit Sharma - was recovered from a drain today. At l...
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PM Appeals For "Peace, Brotherhood" Amid Delhi Violence

PM Appeals For "Peace, Brotherhood" Amid Delhi Violence

"I appeal to my sisters and brothers of Delhi to maintain peace and brotherhood at all times," Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted this afternoon, in his first reaction on the unprecedented violence in northeast Delhi, that left 20 people dead an...
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"Where Was Amit Shah? He Must Resign": Sonia Gandhi On Delhi Violence

"Where Was Amit Shah? He Must Resign": Sonia Gandhi On Delhi Violence

"Where Was Amit Shah? He Must Resign": Sonia Gandhi On Delhi Violence
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"Time For All To Lower Temperatures": Supreme Court On Shaheen Bagh Case

"Time For All To Lower Temperatures": Supreme Court On Shaheen Bagh Case

The Supreme Court has deferred the hearing on petitions to remove the anti-citizenship law protesters from Delhi's Shaheen Bagh to March 23, saying it's "time for all parties to lower temperatures". The top court made the remarks as parts of north...
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"Delhi Situation Alarming, Army Should Be Called In": Arvind Kejriwal

"Delhi Situation Alarming, Army Should Be Called In": Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal this morning said that police is "unable" to control violence in northeastern part of the capital where horrific clashes between pro and anti-citizenship law protesters have killed 20 people, including a police...
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