Gautam Navalakha: News
25 Jan 2020Supreme Court Of India
On Friday, Centre tasked National Investigative Agency (NIA) with the Bhima Koregaon case of 2018, sparking another battle with the Maharashtra government, that was formed after Shiv Sena, Congress, and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) joined hands last year.
30 Dec 2018Karnataka
2018 wasn't devoid of political action. As it nears an end, dynamics in Indian politics have changed.
06 Nov 2018Supreme Court Of India
A little more than a week after the Pune Sessions Court rejected their bail applications, activists Sudha Bhardwaj, Arun Ferreira and Vernon Gonsalves have been sent to 14 days of judicial custody.
29 Oct 2018Supreme Court Of India
The Supreme Court today stayed the Bombay High Court order refusing extension of time to the Maharashtra Police for filing charge sheet in the Koregaon-Bhima violence case.
07 Sep 2018India
The Bombay High Court deprecated today the practice of people writing directly to the Prime Minister, the President, or the Chief Minister making wide allegations against certain persons instead of following due process of law.
06 Sep 2018Supreme Court Of India
Hearing a petition filed by historian Romila Thapar against the arrests of five activists in connection with the Elgaar Parishad meeting and the subsequent Bhima-Koregaon violence, the Supreme Court has extended the house arrest of the activists till September 12.
05 Sep 2018Supreme Court Of India
The five activists were not arrested for their dissenting views but due to the cogent evidence linking them with the banned CPI(Maoist), Maharashtra Police claimed in the Supreme Court today.
01 Sep 2018Mumbai
The son of Vernon Gonsalves, one of the five activists arrested for alleged Maoist links, on Saturday has rejected the police charges against his father.
29 Aug 2018Supreme Court Of India
The arrests of five activists in different cities on Tuesday on allegations of being associated with Maoists has sparked an uproar.
29 Aug 2018India
The arrest of Left-leaning poet and writer Varavara Rao and searches at his two daughters' residences were "illegal", claims Rao's nephew, N Venugopal.