Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: Nine held for rioting, assault on police personnel in Ulhasnagar

    Thane: Nine persons, including three brothers, have been arrested on the charges of rioting and assaulting police personnel at Central Police Station in Ulhasnagar in the district, an official said today. The incident took place yesterday when an estranged couple came to the counselling centre at the police station along with their relatives. The counselling centres at the police stations try to mediate between warring couples.

  • INDIA-POLITICS-ELECTION

    Controlled elections Panchayat elections in West Bengal

    The Supreme Court on Monday declined to provide relief to the BJP which had sought its intervention following widespread incidents of violence, intimidation and rioting against the party candidates keen to file nomination papers for the Panchayat elections in West Bengal. The court said that the right forum is the State Election Commission. Technically, the apex court cannot be faulted. The SEC is the first forum for all such disputes before the

  • Bhopal: ‘Violence, rioting led to firing’

    BHOPAL: Home minister Bhupendra Singh has said that murderous assaults on policemen, rioting and violence had led to the firing at farmers at Mandsaur, adding social media was used to incite people to commit violence.

  • Mumbai: Indrani Mukerjea booked for instigating riots in prison

    Mumbai: The Nagpada police have booked Indrani Mukerjea, prime accused in the Sheena Bora murder case, and 199 other inmates of Byculla jail on charges of rioting, criminal conspiracy and assault on public servants.

  • Delhi Police registers case of rioting against Asaram’s supporters

    New Delhi : The Delhi Police on Monday registered a case of rioting against the supporters of Baba Asaram, after they clashed with cops at the Parliament Street police station. Seven police personnel, including those from the para-military forces, were injured when the mob pelted stones and tried to storm the station last night.

  • Protest by AAP: Delhi Police asked to further investigate

    New Delhi: A Delhi court today asked the city police to “further investigate” the three cases lodged against Arvind Kejriwal and other members of his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) for alleged rioting and unlawful assembly during their protests here last year on coal block allocation issue.