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Court grants bail to former Delhi University professor SAR Geelani in sedition case

Court grants bail to former Delhi University professor SAR Geelani in sedition case

Patiala House Court on Friday granted bail to former Delhi University professor SAR Geelani, who was arrested on sedition charge.

Ex-DU professor SAR Geelani moves bail plea

Former Delhi University professor SAR Geelani , arrested on sedition charges, moved his bail application before a court on Wednesday, his lawyer said.

Former DU professor SAR Geelani's judicial custody extended till March 16

Former DU professor SAR Geelani's judicial custody extended till March 16

In 2003, the Delhi high court had acquitted Geelani of all charges.

Slogans at JNU: SC asks advocate to get AG's view on contempt plea

The Supreme Court on Monday asked a lawyer to get the opinion of the Attorney General before it accords hearing to his plea seeking contempt action against jailed JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar, former DU lecturer SAR Geelani and few others on the ground that they allegedly termed the execution of Afzal Guru as "judicial killing".

JNU row: SC rejects criminal contempt plea against Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid

JNU row: SC rejects criminal contempt plea against Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid

The Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a plea seeking criminal contempt proceedings against Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Students' Union president Kanhaiya Kumar , Khalid Umar and five others students facing sedition charges and former professor SAR Geelani . 

Separatist shutdown over SAR Geelani's arrest affects life in Kashmir valley

A general shutdown on Saturday called by separatists protesting against crackdown on JNU students and the arrest of former DU professor S.A.R. Geelani affected normal life in the valley.

JNU row: Shutdown across Kashmir today

A complete shutdown is being observed across Kashmir on Saturday against the crackdown on the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students and former Delhi University Professor SAR Geelani who have been slapped with charges of sedition by the Centre.

JNU row: SC to hear contempt plea against Kanhaiya Kumar, SAR Geelani on Monday

JNU row: SC to hear contempt plea against Kanhaiya Kumar, SAR Geelani on Monday

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear on Monday a plea seeking contempt action against jailed JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar, former DU lecturer SAR Geelani and few others on the ground that they allegedly termed the execution of Afzal Guru as judicial killing.

Afzal Guru row: EX-DU lecturer SAR Geelani sent to 14-day judicial custody

Afzal Guru row: EX-DU lecturer SAR Geelani sent to 14-day judicial custody

Former Delhi University (DU) professor SAR Geelani, arrested on charges of sedition for allegedly organising an event at the Press Club of India to mark the death anniversary of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru, was sent to 14-day judicial custody on Thursday.

Afzal Guru row: Former DU lecturer SAR Geelani to be produced before court today

Afzal Guru row: Former DU lecturer SAR Geelani to be produced before court today

Former Delhi University lecturer SAR Geelani was on Tuesday remanded to two-day police custody by a Delhi court.

J&K MLA leads march in support of JNU students, detained

Controversial Independent MLA Sheikh Abdul Rashid was Wednesday detained here after he took out a march to express solidarity with JNU students and register protest against the arrest of former Delhi University professor S A R Geelani over alleged anti-India sloganeering.

'Our boy' Kanhaiya Kumar has said nothing anti-national, should be released: Shatrughan Sinha

'Our boy' Kanhaiya Kumar has said nothing anti-national, should be released: Shatrughan Sinha

BJP leader Shatrughan Sinha on Wednesday questioned the arrest of Jawaharlal Nehru University president Kanhaiya Kumar by Delhi Police.

'Unlikely that JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar raised anti-India slogans'

'Unlikely that JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar raised anti-India slogans'

MHA officials are of the view that the Delhi Police may have acted out of “over enthusiasim” in slapping of the serious charge of sedition.

Sedition case over Afzal Guru event: Ex-DU professor SAR Geelani sent to two-day police custody

Sedition case over Afzal Guru event: Ex-DU professor SAR Geelani sent to two-day police custody

A court here on Tuesday sent, to two days police custody, former Delhi University (DU) professor S.A.R. Geelani, who was arrested on charges of sedition for allegedly organising an event at the Press Club of India to mark the death anniversary of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru.

JNU row: All about DU lecturer SAR Geelani and JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar

JNU row: All about DU lecturer SAR Geelani and JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar

Read to know about SAR Geelani and Kanhaiya Kumar, who have been booked by Delhi Police for carrying out anti-India activities.

JNU row: Former DU lecturer SAR Geelani, arrested in sedition case, to be produced before court today

JNU row: Former DU lecturer SAR Geelani, arrested in sedition case, to be produced before court today

SAR Geelani, the former Delhi University lecturer, was on Tuesday arrested on sedition and other charges in connection with an event at Press Club.

Former DU lecturer SAR Geelani arrested on sedition charges

Former DU lecturer SAR Geelani arrested on sedition charges

Geelani was detained by the police late on Monday night.

Delhi Police detains former DU lecturer SAR Geelani over Afzal Guru row

Delhi Police detains former DU lecturer SAR Geelani over Afzal Guru row

Geelani was arrested in connection with the 2001 Parliament attack case. 

Afzal Guru event at Press Club: SAR Geelani booked for sedition

Press Club of India yesterday issued a show-cause notice to the member who had booked the conference hall for the event.

DU teachers claim police tried to confiscate Geelani`s mobile

Delhi University professor S A R Geelani, who was acquitted in the 2001 Parliament attack case, on Monday alleged that a Delhi Police team tried to confiscate his mobile phone.