Delhi violence: I&B ministry lifts 48-hour ban on Asianet News, Media One

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The channels were suspended for 48 hours over their coverage of last month's communal violence in Delhi, with the official orders saying they covered events on February 25 in a manner that "highlighted the attack on places of worship and siding towards a particular community".
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Published on March 4, 2020 -  02:13
Delhi violence: Cops arrest man seen firing in Jaffrabad, pointing gun at cop
Delhi police made another arrest over the violence which broke out in the national capital last week. Mohammed Shahrukh was arrested by police from Uttar Pradesh's Shamli. He had been seen in viral videos brandishing a gun during violence in Delhi's Jaffrabad. He was seen firing his gun, and even pointing it at a policeman. He was taken to the Delhi Police Headquarters on Tuesday. Over 45 people died in the communal clashes which broke out in the national capital and went on for three days.

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