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Amit Shah asks CRPF to take ‘effective action’ against urban Naxals, facilitators

Amit Shah asks CRPF to take ‘effective action’ against urban Naxals, facilitators

Hindustan Times / by HT Correspondent

Union home minister Amit Shah, on his maiden visit to the CRPF headquarters on Friday, asked the force to carry out an effective and decisive campaign against left wing extremism (LWE) in the next six months while stressing that “action needs to be taken against urban Naxals and their facilitators”.
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Amnesty India raided by CBI in Bengaluru, says there is a ‘pattern of harassment’

Amnesty India raided by CBI in Bengaluru, says there is a ‘pattern of harassment’


AI-India Campaign: #FREEBK9

Hindustan Times / by HT Correspondent

The CBI raid comes a year after the Enforcement Directorate had carried out investigations into charges that the rights group had attempted to bypass the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act by floating a commercial entity, Amnesty International India Pvt Ltd.
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Bombay HC Grants Interim Protection From Arrest To Gautam Navlakha Till Dec 2

Bombay HC Grants Interim Protection From Arrest To Gautam Navlakha Till Dec 2

LiveLaw / by Nitish Kashyap

The Bombay High Court on Friday granted interim protection from arrest to journalist and activist Gautam Navlakha, accused in the Bhima Koregaon case, who has been seeking anticipatory bail ever since the Supreme Court refused to extend the interim protection from arrest granted to him earlier and asked him to seek relief before the Sessions Court.
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Activist denied interim protection from arrest

Activist denied interim protection from arrest


Pic: Arun Ferreira

The Asian Age / by The Asian Age

The court said it would consider granting interim relief by way of protection from arrest to Navlakha on Friday.
Mumbai: The Bombay high court Thursday refused to grant immediate protection from arrest to civil rights activist Gautam Navlakha, who had moved the court seeking anticipatory bail.
The court said it would consider granting interim relief by way of protection from arrest to Navlakha on Friday.
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Gautam Navlakha moves Bombay HC for anticipatory bail

Gautam Navlakha moves Bombay HC for anticipatory bail

The Hindu / by Sonam Saigal

A day after the Pune sessions court rejected his anticipatory bail plea for alleged role in the Elgaar Parishad case, activist Gautam Navlakha moved the Bombay High Court on Wednesday.
The matter will be heard by Justice P.D. Naik on Thursday.
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Pune police tight-lipped as Gautam Navlakha’s arrest appears imminent

Pune police tight-lipped as Gautam Navlakha’s arrest appears imminent


Pic: Arun Ferreira

Hindustan Times / by Shalaka Shinde

Navlakha is named in the Elgar Parishad case along with nine other activists and lawyers for alleged complicity in the Elgar Parishad held in Pune and the subsequent Bhima Koregaon violence.
With the rejection of anticipatory bail application of Bhima Koregaon-Elgar Parishad case accused and New Delhi-based journalist Gautam Navlakha, having ended on Tuesday after nearly a year-and-half, Navlakha could soon be arrested in Delhi.
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Sessions Court Rejects Gautam Navlakha’s Anticipatory Bail Application [Read Order]

Sessions Court Rejects Gautam Navlakha’s Anticipatory Bail Application [Read Order]

Livelaw.in / by Nitish Kshyap

SR Navander, Additional Sessions Judge, Pune on Tuesday rejected journalist Gautam Navlakha’s anticipatory bail application and noted that custodial interrogation of the applicant is necessary as the police has been trying to arrest Navlakha since 2018.
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PUNE COURT REJECTS GAUTAM NAVALKHA’S ANTICIPATORY BAIL PLEA

12/11/2019

The Hindu / by Shoumojit Banerjee

It is likely that Mr. Navlakha would be soon taken in the custody of the Pune police as the extension of his interim relief period granted by the Supreme Court in October expires today.
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Bhima-Koregaon: 2-member panel gets fourth extension

Bhima-Koregaon: 2-member panel gets fourth extension

The Hindu / by Shoumojit Banerjee

Commission receives 500 affidavits; Ambedkarite parties question tardy progress.
The two-member commission set up by the State government to probe the causes of the Bhima-Koregaon clash that occurred on January 1, 2018, and identify those responsible for it has received another extension for a period of three months.
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Big Brother is phishing you

Big Brother is phishing you

The Indian Express / By Ravi Shankar

WhatsApp Pegasus controversy has stoked new fears about government surveillance. As terrorists use encryption to hide their plots, civil society groups cry violation of rights.
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