"The arrests were made by our commandos following an encounter near Permilbhatti, the last village on Maharashtra-Chhattisgarh border on Tuesday morning around 9.30 am," Superintendent of Police Shailesh Balkawde said.
He also criticised the "educated people" for taunting ministers over their educational qualification, saying they have created a different type of "bad atmosphere".
Kamra was banned from flying for six months by India’s largest airline IndiGo for heckling television news anchor Arnab Goswami on the airline’s flight from Mumbai to Lucknow.
While the Pakistani side of the border continued to display the photograph of Mohammad Ali Jinnah, Gandhi’s portrait was removed from the Indian side of the border when the construction of the new visitor’s gallery was taking place.
On Wednesday, convict Mukesh Kumar Singh's petition challenging the rejection of his mercy plea by the President was dismissed by the Supreme Court. His curative petition against the death sentence was earlier rejected by the apex court.
The situation at the Patiala House Courts Complex, where Imam was produced, remained tense as lawyers raised slogans against him, demanding he be hanged.
"Following a decision by MEPs at the opening of today's Plenary session in Brussels, the vote on the resolution on India's Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019 has been postponed to the March session," the European Parliament said in a statement.
The All India Muslim Personal Law Board made the submission before the Supreme Court in response to a plea seeking the apex court directions to allow women to enter a mosque and offer prayers.
Coronavirus: As of now, there is no specific cure or vaccine for the novel coronavirus, which causes severe acute respiratory infection.
As for biological diversity, the wetland houses 536 species of aquatic and terrestrial plants, eight mammal species, 265 bird species, 24 fresh water fish species and 41 butterfly species.
Bengalureans driving during peak hours, spend an extra 243 hours, i.e., 10 days, three hours in traffic each year.
From two deaths in West Bengal as CAA protests turn violent to JD(U) expelling Prashant Kishor and Pavan Varma for anti-party activities, here are the top news developments this evening.
In the previous hearing, the ED had told the court that eight summons were issued in the last five days. Only one person joined the investigation on the last date of hearing and only one witness turned up for questioning, the ED had told the Court.
Both Kishor and Varma have been critical of the party president and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar over his support to the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and the National Population Register.
A huge contingent of policemen has been posted in the area to prevent further escalation of violence.
The Dean of Student's Affairs notice, however, does not elaborate on what actually constitutes as "anti-national" activity.
On Tuesday, Kamra had shared a video where was accosting Goswami onboard an IndiGo flight. Hours later, IndiGo and Air India suspended him for his "unacceptable behaviour" following the directions of Union Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri.
A five-judge bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra also said that the plea would be heard by the apex court in a "different combination" of judges.
The Cabinet approved the Medical Termination of Pregnancy (Amendment) Bill, 2020 to amend the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1971.
Except Una and Kangra districts, the state witnessed an increasing trend of ‘open forest cover’, with Lahaul and Spiti registering an increase of 770 per cent.