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Once again in Dadri

12 km from Bisara, tension hangs over a village after 2 arrests over meat. Families deny charges, including of illegal arms, in an area ‘cautious’ since Akhlaq’s case

Dadri lynching: No question of returning home, just hope case moves quickly, says Akhlaq's kin

With 45 court hearings since the case was registered, the trial is yet to begin as the city court is still hearing arguments on charges against the accused.

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Noida: Bus overturns near Dadri toll plaza, 1 dead

A bus travelling on GT Road overturned near the toll plaza at Dadri on Tuesday morning, leaving one dead and seven injured. Police said the accident possibly took place because the driver —who fled after the incident— fell asleep while driving.

Three unsettling years

The national consensus Gandhi began building a century ago is under threat

Act against Akhlaq family in 20 days or else: Dadri chorus

The demand was raised during a village meeting at the local temple, from where an announcement was allegedly made on the night of September 28 last year, asking residents to assemble since a cow had been slaughtered.

15 named in Dadri lynching chargesheet, no mention of beef

Nearly three months after Mohammed Ikhlaq was lynched by a mob in Dadri, police on Wednesday filed a chargesheet against 15 people, including a minor, but there was no mention of beef in it.

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PM Narendra Modi owes it to us to 'hold aloft the torch of freedom'

In lamenting PM Modi’s dilemma (damned if he does and equally damned if he doesn’t), Chandan Mitra, in classic propagandist fashion, first provides us with a cleansed version of what happened to Mohammad and Danish Akhlaq in Uttar Pradesh. A rejoinder is necessary.

Shah stopper

BJP chief’s intervention will, hopefully, force party leaders to be cautious with their words.

Khattar’s beef: Former RSS pracharak seems to think majority has right to dictate terms and conditions

Haryana CM’s views on citizenship are disturbing and violate provisions of the Constitution.

Amit Shah to states ruled by BJP: Draw curtains on beef ban row

Sources said the PM had made his displeasure regarding the beef controversy known to Shah after receiving inputs from state governments and independent organisations.

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Dadri lynching, three years: Their village home locked, justice still eludes Akhlaq's family

Three years after 50-year-old Akhlaq was dragged out of his house and lynched on suspicion of possessing beef, his family says they can never return

Protest in Delhi over Dadri lynching

A 24-year-old youth on Tuesday (October 6) was found dead under mysterious circumstances at his house, heightening tension in the village after his family alleged that he was facing police harassment following the lynching of a man here over beef rumour.

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Mufti Sayeed: Dadri Wrong, PM Modi Must Fight It Politically

Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, who heads the Jammu and Kashmir government with the BJP as partner, has said “there is no alternative” to Prime Minister Narendra Modi who he believes is “here to stay for the next 10 years”. However, calling the lynching in Dadri “an attack on India’s diversity”, Sayeed said the Prime […]

PM Modi On Dadri Lynching: The Indian Express Analyses

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has described as “unfortunate and unwarranted” the lynching of a man in Dadri over rumours of storing and eating beef and opposition to Pakistani singer Ghulam Ali’s concert. He was speaking to the Bengali daily Anandabazar Patrika. “The Dadri incident or the opposition to Pakistani ghazal singer Ghulam Ali are sad […]

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Dadri: Outrage After Mob Lynches Man For Allegedly Consuming Beef

The lynching of a 50-year-old man by a mob which accused his family of consuming beef in a Dadri village has sparked outrage with opposition parties alleging that such incidents are a result of the “climate of hate” propagated under BJP to polarise people. Around 200 persons attacked the residence of Iqlakh on Monday night […]

Dadri Lynching An Accident, Don't Give It A Communal Twist: Mahesh Sharma

Union Minister Mahesh Sharma on Thursday described the lynching of a 50-year-old man in Dadri by a mob, allegedly over-consumption of beef, as an “accident” and said that no “communal colour” should be given to it, even as the family of the victim is planning to move out of the village fearing that it may […]

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