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2016 RSS worker murder case: SC dismisses PFI member's plea against framing of charges 

The Supreme Court has dismissed a plea by Popular Front of India leader (PFI) Asim Shariff against the framing of charges against him for the alleged murder of RSS worker Rudresh in Bengaluru in October 2016.

PFI mouthpiece Thejas to stop publication this year

The management informed the staff on Monday that the newspaper’s last edition would be published on December 31. However, a magazine by the same name and the digital arm of the newspaper will continue to operate.

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Jharkhand High Court sets aside ban on PFI

The state government had imposed the ban on PFI on February 21 this year on account of its members being “internally influenced” by ISIS.

Student killing: Kerala police to seek legal opinion on invoking UAPA

The Kerala police have decided to seek legal opinion in the killing of a second-year student of Ernakulam Maharajas College, Abhimanyu. He was allegedly killed by a worker of Popular Front of India (PFI).

HC to Kerala govt: Form panel to assess content of PFI’s newspaper

The judge said that in the absence of constitution of any mechanism to assess and evaluate the information and ideas provided in the newspaper, the decision taken to deny advertisements is unjustifiable.

NIA court holds 13 guilty of chopping Kerala professor's hand

In July, 2010, Joseph’s right palm was chopped off by activists of the Popular Front of India on charges of insulting the Prophet in a question paper for an internal exam at Newman College, Thodupuzha

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NIA arrests man for 2010 chopping of Kerala prof’s hand

The arrested man is one of the accused involved in the attack during which the professor’s right hand was chopped off with an axe.

NIA arrests accused in 2010 Kerala prof attack case

A group of PFI members have been chargesheeted for attacking, chopping off the professor’s hand over a question on the Prophet.

Four held for attack on CPM leaders in Kerala

The visuals of the attack, caught on a mobile phone by an eyewitness and later aired by local TV channels, had led to an outrage. The arrests were made only after the visuals turned viral.

Govt notice to Kerala daily for publishing 'anti-national' reports

The notice issued by Kozhikode Additional DM directed the printer to explain why action should not be initiated.

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