In between visuals of violence, a fake news about the death of two Jamia students pulled the trigger and AMU students began to gather in large numbers at the Bab-e-Sayed Gate of the university at around 8 p.m.
Vijay Bahadur Maurya was an unhappy farmer in Salon in Rae Bareli till a few years ago. His farm land faced a problem of water seepage from a nearby drain and the crop yield could not even recover the basic costs.
Two writers who believe that Gumnami Baba was actually Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, have strongly contested Justice (retd) Vishnu Sahai Commission's report that Gumnami Baba was not Bose.
The commission noted that he was a Bengali and well versed in Bengali, English and Hindi, had in-depth knowledge of war and contemporary politics but he appeared uninterested in the state of governance in India.
It may be recalled that the woman had reached the SP office in Unnao on December 16 and poured kerosene on herself and set herself on fire. She walked into the office in flames.
Family members of Santosh said that on Wednesday morning, the woman had threatened Santosh that she would meet higher officials and lodge another complaint against him.
The journalist, who was booked for criminal conspiracy when he made a video of school children in a government primary school being served flat bread with salt, has finally been given a clean chit.
Babar, who had contested 2017 Assembly election from the Tundla constituency on an AIMIM ticket, hails from Mohammadpur village. Babar is now absconding after the case was registered against him.
A day after a murder accused was shot dead inside a courtroom here, the Uttar Pradesh Police on Wednesday said it has suspended 18 police officials.
Sengar was convicted for rape under the Indian Penal Code and for the offence of public servant committing penetrative sexual assault on a child under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act.
A woman set herself on fire outside the office of superintendent of police in Unnao district on Monday. The 24-year-old alleged that the police was not acting on her complaint of sexual harassment.
The Nadwa college students here protested against the Delhi and Aligarh Police. As the police here closed the gates of the college from outside, students pelted stones at the policemen from inside.
According to reports, the incident took place in a village under the Akbarpur Kotwali police station in Kanpur Dehat district on Saturday evening and the girl's father later lodged an FIR in the matter.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will cruise through the Ganga River in Kanpur on Saturday to review the 'Namami Gange' project and get a first hand experience of the impact of the programme on the holy river.
Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP) Atul Sharma said, 'During the investigation, it was found that the parents of the minor killed her on December 3. Her father's elder brother helped in disposing of the body. It is a case of honour killing.'
It has now emerged that the rape victim, who was set ablaze in Unnao on Thursday had been promised marriage by the same man who raped her earlier this year.
The suspended cops included Ajay Kumar Tripathi, Station House Officer (SHO) of Unnao's Bihar police station, along with six other police personnel, according to Additional Chief Secretary (Home) Avanish Awasthi.
In another incident of crime against women, a woman was attacked with acid by four men in Uttar Pradesh Muzaffarnagar for refusing to withdraw her complaint of rape against them.
Even as the death of the Unnao rape victim who was set ablaze by her accused has led to national outrage, another rape incident has taken place in the Uttar Pradesh district.
She was later brought to Lucknow civil hospital with 90 per cent burns and later on Friday evening, she was airlifted to Delhi for treatment at the Safdarjung Hospital, where she breathed her last.
According to the police, the 15-year-old girl had gone to the field to fetch some vegetables when the minors held her hostage and gang-raped her in the Pahasu area of the district.
Four persons, including a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) jawan and the son of a retired jailor, have been arrested for allegedly abducting a class 10 student and then gang-raping her at a deserted place.
The UP Sunni Waqf Board will not challenge the Supreme Court verdict on the Ayodhya dispute. A decision to this effect was taken at a stormy meeting of the Board held here on Tuesday which was attended by seven members.
Four officials of the Uttar Pradesh Home Guard unit have been arrested in the salary scam case of the security force, including Divisional Commandant Ram Narayan Chaurasia, SSP Gatam Buddh Nagar confirmed.