BJP supporters break barricades as police use water cannon to disperse them in Kolkata on Wednesday. Reuters
Three people died in fresh political violence between members of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ruling party and a local rival in restive West Bengal state, authorities said on Tuesday.
It is a matter of huge concern that senseless violence has claimed several lives and left many injured in the Indian capital, Delhi. The communal riots in parts of the city
It’s shocking. The partisan police response to rioting incidents in recent days, particularly against peaceful Anti-CAA supporters, is unacceptable. If the rioters are guilty
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Vladimir Putin has fallen down the stairs at his official residence and soiled himself while continuing to suffer from cancer, a Telegram channel which claims links to his bodyguards has suggested, Daily Mail reported.
A Jordanian policewoman saved a young man from committing suicide from a bridge in the capital Amman. The policewoman appeared begging him to abandon the idea of ending his life, according to a video circulating on social media.
A man contacted another via the “Snapchat” application to buy a valuable watch from him, and after agreeing on the price, the first transferred to the watch owner Dhs80,000, while the latter did not deliver the watch and delayed returning its price.