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Violence erupts in Inderlok after bus hits bike, injures teens

When the cluster bus hit the two-wheeler, both the boys fell off the bike. Neither of them were wearing helmets. Residents called the police and the two boys were rushed to the Sushruta Trauma Centre.

Delhi court’s advice to political parties: ‘In moment of crisis, forget vendetta, unite’

The police had initially registered cases against 18 people for allegedly damaging public property while staging protests in October 2003 at Madipur area.


Brazil Prison Riot: Nine Dead at Feira de Santana facility

Police said prisoners killed eight fellow inmates after the mutiny began late Sunday afternoon during family visits to the facility. A ninth died yesterday of his injuries.

Ghaziabad: 51 street vendors booked for beating up two policemen

The policemen warned the fruit vendors to shift their handcarts back to clear the road, following which an argument started between the two sides.

Multiple organized Islamic State explosions result in Iraq prison break

Some officials on condition of anonymity said 63 were killed while more than 200 inmates escaped.

Baltimore riot damage adds burden to small businesses

About 200 small businesses were unable to open the day after the violence, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said.


Power corp staff clash with cops, additional SP among 12 hurt

Police detained more than 150 protesters after the violence was brought under control.

44 Nepalese workers arrested in Malaysia for rioting

The migrant workers turned violent at the factory run by a Malaysian firm JCY International.

Over 33,000 riot victims apply to enrol in voter's list

At least 33,022 people displaced due to riots have applied for the enrolment in voter list.

Naroda Patiya case: SIT may seek SC guidance on Kodnani death penalty issue

In August 2012,Kodnani was sentenced to 28 years in prison by a special court.

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Why are secular leaders 'silent' on Malda Incident: BJP

New Delhi, Jan 11 (ANI): Describing the riot in Malda district as an act of communal violence, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Monday asked why secular leaders are silent on the incident. Naqvi further said the way communalisation is done under the protection of the West Bengal government is unfortunate and condemnable. He also alleged that the state government is playing vote bank politics on the incident.


Does the Lok Sabha poll offer any hope to the Muzaffarnagar riot victims?

The Indian Express presents this report from ground zero