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Framing guidelines to keep foreigners in detention centres: Centre tells SC

Additional Solicitor General (ASG) A N S Nadkarni, appearing for the Centre, told the bench that the Ministry of Home Affairs has issued circulars to all the states laying down the guidelines with respect to the detention centres.

Nearly 100 Indians held at two detention centres in US, India establishes contact

Most of these Indians get nabbed at the Mexico border, get processed in Texas and then shipped out to the Pennsylvania detention centre, which is one of the largest of such detention facilities in the US.

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UP: HC cancels NSA charges against BSP worker booked for rioting after unexplained delay

Shobhit Kapur was booked for allegedly looting and burning shops in Faizabad.

China dissident in US says kin being harassed back home

Jailed nephew beaten,warned not to appeal against conviction: Chen Guangcheng

SC: Preventive detention only if cops sense ‘imminent danger’

Preventive detention of persons is permitted only if the police sense an “imminent danger to peace” from them,the Supreme Court has held.

‘UK diplomats tell Pak to rein in JuD chief Hafiz Saeed’

Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Muhammad Saeed may face detention again.

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Beijing seeks $1.87 mn from artist Ai Weiwei

Beijing tax authorities are seeking about $1.87 million in back taxes and fines from outspoken Chinese artist Ai Weiwei,who was released last week from nearly three months in detention,his close friend said.

Colleagues of artist Ai Weiwei released

Colleagues of Ai Weiwei who were detained along with the outspoken Chinese artist were released around the same time he was,a close friend of Ai’s said.

Team sent to probe Chile detention

A two-member team has been sent to Chile in connection with the reported detention of Abdul Rauf,wanted in connection with the IC-814 hijack.

Wake up students! It's your principal calling!

Tardy and truant students at a Massachusetts high school are getting a rude awakening.

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Innocent Muslims should not be harassed: Bukhari tells PM Modi

New Delhi, Feb 08 (ANI): Concerned over the detention made by security forces of Muslim youth allegedly linked to Islamic State (ISIS), Shahi Imam of Jama Masjid Syed Ahmed Bukhari on Monday called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and sought assurance that innocent Muslims would not be harassed in the name of Islamic State terrorists. Bhukari said that the entire Muslim community is against terrorism and added that stringent punishment should be not be given just for writing something on Facebook. He added that the minority character of the Aligarh Muslim University and the Jamia Milia Islamia were also discussed and said that Prime Minister Modi has promised to look into the matter.

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