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Sharjeel Imam, Umar Khalid, and others are victims of political vendetta, should be released: M H Jawahirullah

Prof M H Jawahirullah, President of the Manithaneya Makkal Katchi has said that the Saket court has exposed the vindictive action of the Union...

Police made Sharjeel Imam and others a ‘scapegoat’: Delhi Court

The Saket Court, Delhi has acquitted JNU student Sharjeel Imam and ten others in the violence case near Jamia Millia Islamia. The court acquitted...

2019 Jamia CAA protest: Delhi Court dismisses cases against all student activists

A Delhi court on Saturday discharged all eleven student leaders accused of inciting rioting in the Jamia CAA protest case. Safoora Zargar, Sharjeel Imam, Aasif...

Reports of Delhi Minority Commission and other groups on Delhi riots ‘Fictitious’: Centre’s Affidavit in High Court

In response to a complaint regarding fact-finding reports on the Delhi Riots that the Delhi Minority Commission (DMC) had published, the Centre informed the...

UAPA is a menace to democracy: Shashi Tharoor on Kappan release

Senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor, on Friday, said that "the amended UAPA is a menace to democracy." Tharoor made these comments on the release...

‘Shahrukh Pathan assaulted and threatened with life in jail’: Counsel

By Muslim Mirror Staff Sharukh Pathan's counsel, in a application to the Karkardooma Court, has said that Shahrukh was slapped by the Rajesh Dahiya, the...

‘False allegations were put against me’: Kerala journalist Siddique Kappan walks out of jail after two years

Siddique Kappan, a Muslim journalist from Kerala, leaves jail more than 851 days after being detained by the Uttar Pradesh Police while en route...

Dalits Enter Tamil Nadu Temple with Local Police’s Assistance for the First Time in 80 Years

In the Tiruvannamalai district of Tamil Nadu, hundreds of members of Scheduled Castes were allowed to enter a temple for the first time thanks...

Switzerland: Criminal case filed against UP CM Yogi for killing 22 CAA protesters and torturing 117

By Syed Ali Mujtaba Guernica 37 Chambers, a specialist group of international criminal and human rights lawyers in a public statement has said that it...

Assam: 68 people including 21 women declared ‘foreigners’, sent to India’s largest ‘detention centre’

By Muslim Mirror Staff 68 people have been transferred to the state's newly established 'Detention Center' in Goalpara. The  people who've been declared as foreigners...

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