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Episode 680 January 3, 2020

What two FIRs of CAA protest in UP show, J&K gets SMS and Wikipedia’s worry

Two FIRs. Both filed after CAA protests turned violent in the Sambhal district (UP), but vastly different. One, against 17 persons for alleged rioting and the other one related to the killing of 23-year-old Mohammed Sheroz. In the first segment, Kaunain Sheriff, talks about the differences in the two FIRS, the glaring gaps they reveal and how they will affect the two cases. Next, Naveed Iqbal talks about SMS services being restored in Jammu & Kashmir and the changes that the region has seen in the last couple of months. And last, Karishma Mehrotra explains why Wikipedia is worried about the guidelines that the Indian government is soon intending to implement.


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What two FIRs of CAA protest in UP show, J&K gets SMS and Wikipedia’s worryTwo FIRs. Both filed after CAA protests turned violent in the Sambhal district (UP), but vastly different. One, against 17 persons for alleged rioting and the other one related to the killing of 23-year-old Mohammed Sheroz. In the first segment, Kaunain Sheriff, talks about the differences in the two FIRS, the glaring gaps they reveal and how they will affect the two cases. Next, Naveed Iqbal talks about SMS services being restored in Jammu & Kashmir and the changes that the region has seen in the last couple of months. And last, Karishma Mehrotra explains why Wikipedia is worried about the guidelines that the Indian government is soon intending to implement. You can follow us and leave us feedback on Facebook and Twitter @expresspodcasts, or send us an email at podcasts@indianexpress.com. If you like this show, please subscribe and leave us a review wherever you get your podcasts, so other people can find us. You can also find us on http://www.indianexpress.com/audio.