Articles about Public Safety Act

Biden recruits Kashmiri-origin Sameera Fazili, cousin of former PSA detainee

24 Jan 2021

World
Biden recruits Kashmiri-origin Sameera Fazili, cousin of former PSA detainee

A Kashmiri-origin woman, Sameera Fazili, will be among the 20 Indian-Americans in the new Joe Biden administration in the United States.

Mehbooba Mufti released, vows to take back what Delhi snatched

14 Oct 2020

Politics
Mehbooba Mufti released, vows to take back what Delhi snatched

The Chief Minister of the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir and chief of Peoples' Democratic Party, Mehbooba Mufti, was released from detention late last night, more than a year after the abrogation of Article 370.

Alleging witch-hunt by GoI, Amnesty halts India operations

29 Sep 2020

India
Alleging witch-hunt by GoI, Amnesty halts India operations

Amnesty International has decided to stop its India operations, as it has been subjected to a witch-hunt by the government of India, the NGO working for human rights said in a press statement on Tuesday.

'This is not Gandhi's India,' says NC chief Farooq Abdullah

21 Aug 2020

Politics
'This is not Gandhi's India,' says NC chief Farooq Abdullah

Former Jammu & Kashmir CM and National Conference chief, Farooq Abdullah, said his party won't remain silent on the abrogation of Article 370, stripping the erstwhile state of its special status in August last year.

J&K: Shah Faesal quits politics; likely to rejoin government service

10 Aug 2020

Politics
J&K: Shah Faesal quits politics; likely to rejoin government service

Bureaucrat-turned-politician Shah Faesal has resigned as the President of the Jammu and Kashmir People's Movement (JKPM), the party said on Monday.

J&K: Mehbooba Mufti returns home but remains in detention

07 Apr 2020

Politics
J&K: Mehbooba Mufti returns home but remains in detention

Former Chief Minister of the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir, Mehbooba Mufti, was on Tuesday shifted to her residence in Gupkar Road, but her detention will continue.

SC seeks Centre's response on status of Omar Abdullah's release

18 Mar 2020

India
SC seeks Centre's response on status of Omar Abdullah's release

The Supreme Court on Wednesday questioned the Centre on its intent to release former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah.

'Free' Farooq Abdullah meets son Omar after seven months

14 Mar 2020

Politics
'Free' Farooq Abdullah meets son Omar after seven months

A day after he was released, National Conference's Farooq Abdullah met his son Omar at the sub-jail in Srinagar where the latter has been lodged since August. They warmly embraced each other.

Opposition demands 'immediate release' of detained former J&K CMs, leaders

09 Mar 2020

Politics
Opposition demands 'immediate release' of detained former J&K CMs, leaders

The Opposition on Monday sent a joint resolution to the Bharatiya Janata Party-led Centre demanding the immediate release of all political leaders detained in Jammu and Kashmir.

Seven months later, J&K administration removes social media curbs

04 Mar 2020

India
Seven months later, J&K administration removes social media curbs

In a new development, the administration of newly-formed Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir has lifted curbs imposed on social media, reports said on Wednesday. The speed will, however, remain restricted to 2G and these services will not be extended to pre-paid SIMs, the authorities underlined.

After Omar, Mehbooba, former IAS-officer Shah Faesal booked under PSA

15 Feb 2020

India
After Omar, Mehbooba, former IAS-officer Shah Faesal booked under PSA

Shah Faesal, the first Kashmiri to attain the first position in the UPSC Examination of 2009, has been booked under the stringent Public Safety Act (PSA), reports said on Saturday.

On sister's plea challenging Omar Abdullah's detention, SC issues notice

14 Feb 2020

India
On sister's plea challenging Omar Abdullah's detention, SC issues notice

On Friday, the Supreme Court issued notice to the administration of union territory of Jammu and Kashmir, seeking a response on the detention of former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah under the stringent Public Safety Act (PSA).

Omar influenced people to "vote", Mehbooba supports separatism: PSA dossier

10 Feb 2020

India
Omar influenced people to "vote", Mehbooba supports separatism: PSA dossier

The dossiers prepared by the administration of Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir have explained why two former Chief Ministers — Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti were booked under the draconian Public Safety Act (PSA).

Sajjad Lone and PDP's Wahid Parra released after six months

05 Feb 2020

Politics
Sajjad Lone and PDP's Wahid Parra released after six months

Exactly six months after they were detained by the Centre, two popular politicians of Jammu and Kashmir were released on Wednesday.

J&K: Politicians detained at MLA hostel to be released

02 Jan 2020

Politics
J&K: Politicians detained at MLA hostel to be released

The new year has brought some good news for Jammu and Kashmir politicians who were detained at MLA hostel in Srinagar.

Farooq Abdullah's detention in J&K extended by 3 months

14 Dec 2019

Politics
Farooq Abdullah's detention in J&K extended by 3 months

National Conference Chairperson Farooq Abdullah's detention under the Public Safety Act (PSA) has been extended by three months.

US says it supports India, but is concerned about Kashmir

22 Oct 2019

World
US says it supports India, but is concerned about Kashmir

More than two months ago India revoked Article 370, withdrew the special status of Jammu and Kashmir and put the state under a lockdown.

Farooq Abdullah's sister, daughter detained during Srinagar protests

15 Oct 2019

India
Farooq Abdullah's sister, daughter detained during Srinagar protests

On Tuesday, the police detained several women activists in Srinagar for protesting against the Centre's move to repeal Jammu and Kashmir's special status.

Why sign bond, Mufti's daughter questions manner of releasing politicians

10 Oct 2019

Politics
Why sign bond, Mufti's daughter questions manner of releasing politicians

Iltija Mufti, the daughter of former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, on Thursday slammed the Centre, once again, for imposing conditions before releasing the politicians of Kashmir.

Shehla Rashid quits electoral politics, cites Kashmiris' suppression as reason

09 Oct 2019

Politics
Shehla Rashid quits electoral politics, cites Kashmiris' suppression as reason

The lockdown in Kashmir is unfortunate and the announcement of Block Development Council elections a sham, feels activist-turned-politician Shehla Rashid.

Charged with PSA, Farooq Abdullah meets National Conference delegation

06 Oct 2019

Politics
Charged with PSA, Farooq Abdullah meets National Conference delegation

National Conference patriarch Farooq Abdullah and his son Omar today met a 15-member delegation of their party, led by leader Devender Singh Rana.

Two months later, National Conference leaders allowed to meet Abdullahs

06 Oct 2019

Politics
Two months later, National Conference leaders allowed to meet Abdullahs

A delegation of the National Conference (NC) will meet the senior-most leaders of the party, Farooq and Omar Abdullah, on Sunday.

J&K: 144 minors, including 9-year-olds, were detained since August

02 Oct 2019

India
J&K: 144 minors, including 9-year-olds, were detained since August

As many as 144 minors were detained between August 5 and September 23, the Juvenile Justice Committee of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court told the Supreme Court on Tuesday. They were detained for stone-pelting, rioting, and damaging property.

No time due to Ayodhya dispute: SC defers J&K cases

30 Sep 2019

India
No time due to Ayodhya dispute: SC defers J&K cases

The Supreme Court on Monday pushed all cases related to Jammu and Kashmir to Tuesday, saying it doesn't have time, courtesy the Ayodhya dispute.

J&K: What is the ground situation, now?

21 Sep 2019

India
J&K: What is the ground situation, now?

In the first week of August, the Narendra Modi-led Centre fulfilled one of the core ideologies of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) by abrogating Article 370 and withdrawing the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.

After 'house arrest', Farooq Abdullah detained under Public Safety Act

16 Sep 2019

Politics
After 'house arrest', Farooq Abdullah detained under Public Safety Act

In an unprecedented development, Farooq Abdullah, the President of National Conference (NC) and a three-time former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir has been detained under the draconian Public Safety Act (PSA), reports said on Monday.

MP: Gangrape survivor assaulted again while walking back home

11 Jul 2018

India
MP: Gangrape survivor assaulted again while walking back home

In a horrifying case, a 14-year-old child in Chhindwara, MP, was allegedly gangraped twice within 24 hours, police said yesterday.

MP: 14-year-old dragged from sleep, gangraped by 'relatives'

08 Jul 2018

India
MP: 14-year-old dragged from sleep, gangraped by 'relatives'

Yet another child has allegedly fallen prey to perverted predators. This time, it was a 14-year-old girl of Chhatarpur, Bundelkhand, MP.

Indore man gets death for rape-murder of four-month-old baby

12 May 2018

India
Indore man gets death for rape-murder of four-month-old baby

In what is probably the first application of India's new stringent rape laws, a 21-year-old man who raped and murdered a four-month-old baby in Indore has been sentenced to death.

Bhopal: Locals beat up rapists as police parade them publicly

26 Mar 2018

India
Bhopal: Locals beat up rapists as police parade them publicly

Taking a leaf out of Anil Kapoor starrer 'Nayak,' locals in Bhopal rained blows on four rapists as police paraded them publicly yesterday.

MP: 15-year-old girl in hospital after gangrape by two men

08 Dec 2017

India
MP: 15-year-old girl in hospital after gangrape by two men

A month after the gangrape of a UPSC aspirant shook MP's Bhopal, reports of a similar crime have surfaced from Sagar.

MP passes bill prescribing death for raping girls under 12

04 Dec 2017

India
MP passes bill prescribing death for raping girls under 12

In a significant development, the Madhya Pradesh (MP) assembly has unanimously passed a bill proposing death penalty for rapists of girls aged 12 years or below.

Drugs, and not, terror is the biggest threat to J&K

16 Nov 2017

India
Drugs, and not, terror is the biggest threat to J&K

Usually in news for terrorist activities, conflict-torn Jammu and Kashmir is waging another, relatively-unknown battle against drug menace.