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HC extends relief from arrest to Teltumbde

HC extends relief from arrest to Teltumbde

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.
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Bombay High Court extends pre-arrest relief of Anand Teltumbde till March 12

Bombay High Court extends pre-arrest relief of Anand Teltumbde till March 12

Free Press Journal / By Staff Reporter

The Bombay High Court on Wednesday extended the pre-arrest relief of Dalit scholar Anand Teltumbde, till March 12. This means, the Pune Police, which is investigating the Bhima-Koregaon violence case, cannot arrest Teltumbde, one of the several human rights’ activists, till March 12.
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Who Is Anand Teltumbde

Who Is Anand Teltumbde

By India Civil Watch

On the Morning of 28 August 2018, armed police vehicles pushed their way into the premises of Goa Institute of Management and conducted a search in Anand Teltumbde’s house. This was one in a series of attempts made that day to arrest and intimidate activists and writers: other names include K Satynarayana, Varavara Rao, Arun Ferreira, Gautam Navlakha, Sudha Bhardwaj, Vernon Gonsalves, Susan Abraham and Father Stan Swamy. Teltumbde, who has been an incisive critic of all manifestations of power that have cropped up in post-independence India, was away in Mumbai when the incident occurred.
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Bombay HC Extends Interim Bail Of Anand Teltumbde Till Feb 27

Bombay HC Extends Interim Bail Of Anand Teltumbde Till Feb 27

Live Law / By Live Law News Network

The Bombay High Court today extended till February 27 the interim protection from arrest granted to activist and academic Anand Teltumbde.
While Teltumbde’s plea seeking anticipatory bail was listed for hearing Friday, a single bench presided over by Justice N W Sambre adjourned the hearing and extended Teltumbde’s protection at the request of the latter’s counsel. Teltumbde is one of the 22 accused in the Elgar Parishad-Bhima Koregaon case.
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Bombay High Court Grants Anand Teltumbde Protection From Arrest Till February 22

Bombay High Court Grants Anand Teltumbde Protection From Arrest Till February 22

The Wire / By The Wire Staff

Teltumbde has also been directed to appear before the investigating officer of the case on February 14 and 18.
The Bombay high court on Monday extended the interim protection granted to scholar Anand Teltumbde from February 11 to February 22 – the date it has set for the next hearing.
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Anand Teltumbde: “BJP govt wants to defame intellectuals”

Anand Teltumbde: “BJP govt wants to defame intellectuals”

Deccan Herald / By Ajmal V

Anand Teltumbde is a leading figure in management and big data analytics who teaches at the Goa Institute of Management. Teltumbde, an ex-MD & CEO of Petronet and Executive Director of BPCL, has penned at least 26 books as well as numerous articles and columns for various publications.
Teltumbde was named as one of the accused in the alleged Maoist plot that led to violence on the 200th anniversary of the Bhima Koregaon battle on Jan 1, 2018 near Pune.
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Over 600 international scholars sign a statement of support for Dr. Anand Teltumbde

Over 600 international scholars sign a statement of support for Dr. Anand Teltumbde


Rally for Teltumbde and other activists held in Canada

Sabrangindia / By Sabrangindia

Some of the best-known luminaries of American and European academy have signed the statement expressing deep outrage at the blatant misuse of the law to persecute one of their much-admired colleagues, Dr. Teltumbde.
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The (lack of) case against Anand Teltumbde

The (lack of) case against Anand Teltumbde

Newslaundry / By Prateek Goyal

The primary evidence of the Pune police is a clutch of letters, but it’s subject to too many flaws.
Nine activists and lawyers have been arrested till date by the Pune police in the Koregaon-Bhima case. They’ve been termed “Maoists” by the police on the basis of some letters produced by the police—the credibility of which are questionable.
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