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.
Pune Mirror / by Agencies
Supreme Court (SC) on Monday issued a notice to Professor Anand Teltumbde after Maharashtra government filed a petition challenging the order of a Pune court releasing him in connection with the Koregaon-Bhima case.
Sabrangindia / by Sabrangindia
The Whatsapp Snoopgate issue that spread like wildfire, not only had the general public under its attack, but lawyers defending the human rights activists arrested under the controversial Bhima Koregaon case have also confirmed that their phones were being targeted by Pegasus, a the surveillance software developed by Israeli company NSO group that came to be in question, The Huffington Post report.
Newslaundry / by Prateek Goyal
WhatsApp has revealed that the messaging app was used to spy on at least two dozen journalists and human rights activists, likely by the Indian government.
In a bombshell revelation, WhatsApp has revealed that the messaging app was used to spy on at least two dozen Indian journalists and human rights activists earlier this year, The Indian Express reported on Thursday.
The Times of India / by Vishwas Kothari
Pune: District government pleader Ujjwala Pawar, while initiating her counter-submissions to the bail pleas, argued that the Supreme Court and the Bombay high court had concluded in successive rulings since the September 28, 2018, judgment in the Romila Thapar petition that the ongoing investigation was to unearth a deep-rooted conspiracy that went beyond Elgar Parishad and the subsequent caste clashes at Koregaon Bhima.
Sabrangindia.in / by Deborah Grey
A common characteristic of right wing supremacists in India appears to be their extremely limited and rather vapid imagination. This is best illustrated in a booklet published by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). The booklet is an out and out smear campaign against some of India’s most respected intellectuals and human rights activists. However this sinister agenda is driven by a rather banal set of stories.
The Hindu / By Sonam Saigal
The Bombay High Court on Friday extended protection from arrest for Anand Teltumbde in the Bhima-Koregaon violence case till July 1.
A single-judge Bench of Justice Revati Mohitedere was hearing a petition filed by Mr. Teltumbde seeking anticipatory bail in the case through senior counsel Mihir Desai.
The Wire / By the Wire Staff
At an event organised by The Leaflet, Teltumbde spoke about contemporary challenges impacting India’s anti-caste movement.
The Indian Express / By Express News Service
The Bombay High Court on Friday adjourned the anticipatory bail plea hearing of Dalit scholar Anand Teltumbde till April 2, thereby extending his pre-arrest relief.
The Hindu / By Special Correspondent
The activist has sought anticipatory bail in Bhima-Koregaon violence case.
The Bombay High Court on Tuesday extended protection from arrest to academic-activist Anand Teltumbde in the Bhima-Koregaon violence case till March 22.