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    North East Delhi

    North East Delhi is one of the eleven administrative districts of Delhi, India. The District was established in 1997.North East Delhi borders Yamuna River on the west, Ghaziabad District to the north and east, East Delhi to the south, and North Delhi to the west across the Yamuna.

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    Delhi violence: Student sent to judicial custody, allowed to appear for exam
    National

    Delhi violence: Student sent to judicial custody, allowed to appear for exam

    A Delhi court on Friday sent a class 10 student to judicial custody till March 27 in connection with the violence in North-East Delhi but allowed him to appear for his board examination.

    Govt taking steps to help violence-affected resume their lives: Manish Sisodia
    National

    Govt taking steps to help violence-affected resume their lives: Manish Sisodia

    Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi Manish Sisodia on Friday said that the government is initiating several measures to help the violence-affected in north-east Delhi to rebuild their lives.

    Kapil Sibal attacks Centre on Delhi violence
    Politics

    Kapil Sibal attacks Centre on Delhi violence

    In a veiled attack, senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Wednesday accused the Central government of protecting those allegedly fanning violence in the capital in the name of protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act, saying, "Internally you protect the accused that breeds vivad !".

    Salman Khurshid urges people to stop blame game and restore peace in Delhi
    Politics

    Salman Khurshid urges people to stop blame game and restore peace in Delhi

    Reacting to the violence in North-East Delhi, Congress leader Salman Khurshid on Friday urged people to stop the blame game and restore peace and calm to the national capital.

    Perpetrators of violence will be punished, Naqvi on NE Delhi
    Politics

    Perpetrators of violence will be punished, Naqvi on NE Delhi

    Union Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Friday said that people who will be found guilty in spreading violence in the national capital over the Citizenship Amendment Act will not be spared. He also urged citizens to maintain peace in the capital.

    Seemapuri protest: Police transfers case to SIT, matter to be heard on Jan 6
    National

    Seemapuri protest: Police transfers case to SIT, matter to be heard on Jan 6

    The Delhi Police on Tuesday transferred the case pertaining to violence in Delhi's Seemapuri area to a special investigating team (SIT).

    Delhi: Massive protests against CAA outside Jama Masjid
    National

    Delhi: Massive protests against CAA outside Jama Masjid

    A large number of people have gathered outside Jama Masjid area of Old Delhi on Friday to protest against the newly-enacted Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019.

    Anti-CAA protests: Ahead of Friday prayers, security beefed up in Northeast Delhi
    National

    Anti-CAA protests: Ahead of Friday prayers, security beefed up in Northeast Delhi

    Security was beefed up and patrolling has been intensified across north-east Delhi to avoid any untoward incident ahead or after the Friday prayers.

    Security beefed up, prohibitory orders imposed in parts of Delhi
    National

    Security beefed up, prohibitory orders imposed in parts of Delhi

    Delhi Police have made elaborate arrangements to check and deal with any untoward situation in the national capital and prohibitory orders have been imposed in several sensitive areas of the city.

    Section 144 not imposed in walled city Jama Masjid: Delhi Police
    National

    Section 144 not imposed in walled city Jama Masjid: Delhi Police

    Delhi Police PRO MS Randhawa said that section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC), which prohibits an assembly of four or more people in an area has not been imposed in walled city Jama Masjid.

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