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Tag: Tripura Violence

Supreme Court
Tripura violence: SC Grants Protection From Arrest To Journos, Issues Notice

The petitioners have termed the FIRs as an attempt to harass the press and moved the Supreme Court seeking quashing of the case.

Supreme Court Verdict
Tripura Violence: SC Grants Protection From Arrest To Journalist, Others Booked Under UAPA

Advocate Prashant Bhushan, representing the petitioners, submitted that the FIR was lodged against them after the advocates went for a "fact finding" job in connection with the violence in the state.

Journalist Arrested
Tripura Violence Case: Odisha Lady Among Two Journalists Arrested

A lady from Odisha is among the two journalists who were arrested by the Tripura Police in connection with the Tripura violence case. The duo was soon released on bail after a court granted them bail. Earlier they were reportedly been booked for promoting ‘communal hatred’ during their reporting on October 26 on communal violence in Tripura.

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Odisha Woman Journalist Among Two Scribes Detained In 'Tripura Violence' Case
Odisha Woman Journalist Among Two Scribes Detained In 'Tripura Violence' Case

Meanwhile, the Editors Guild of India (EGI) and Indian Women’s Press Corps (IWPC) have condemned the detention and demanded the immediate release of the two journalists.

Political Violence: Central Force In Tripura; CPI-M Seeks Centre's Intervention
Political Violence: Central Force In Tripura; CPI-M Seeks Centre's Intervention

Senior CPI-M leader Pabitra Kar said that in a pre-planned fashion, the BJP workers accompanied by goons in the past 48 hours attacked and burnt down at least 55 party offices in all the eight districts of the state, including the state party headquarters and CITU head office in Agartala and Gomati.

Naveen Patnaik
Violence in Tripura has no space in India: CM Naveen

Bhubaneswar: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Tuesday said vandalism of statues has no place in the country. “Tolerance is the hall mark of a mature democracy. Violence as seen in Tripura has no space in our country,” Patnaik said in a twitter post reacting to the pulling down of two statues of communist icon […]

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