Lathi charge on mob of BPED trainers in Lucknow protesting for permanent jobs

BPED trainers were protesting in front of vidhan sabha in demand of getting a permanent job, where the mob got aggressive and then had to face Police lathis. Angry mob then put fire to two vehicles.
Women also Lucknow among injured.

Several hurt in riot over refugees in eastern German town

 German police sprayed tear gas on several hundred demonstrators throwing bottles and stones at busloads of asylum seekers arriving at an eastern German town in the early hours of Saturday in scuffles which left several people hurt, media reported.

ISIS, Pakistan, flags waved in Srinagar

Flags of terror group ISIS, Pakistan were waved in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir.

Israel vows probe after football `riot` in Belgium

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised Friday a probe into a football team noted for racism against Arabs after supporters rioted at a match in Belgium over alleged anti-Jewish taunts.

Protesters throw petrol bombs as Greek parliament debates bailout

Anti-austerity protesters hurled petrol bombs at police in front of Greece`s parliament on Wednesday as lawmakers began debating deeply unpopular reforms needed to unlock a new eurozone bailout.

UP Police mock drill: Rioters seen with saffron flags, BJP objects

Rioters in a mock drill of Uttar Pradesh Police were allegedly seen using saffron flags in Allahabad, provoking a row with opposition BJP alleging that the police action was meant to "please" the government.

Arson at Gurgaon factory after rumours of worker's death

Workers turned violent at a garment factory here on Saturday following rumours of a worker`s death, leading to arson and rioting which left a few workers injured, police said.

Two killed in riot in Brazil prison

 At least two inmates were killed in a riot at a prison in Brazil, a media report said.

Students riot in Congo after final exams cancelled

Thousands of students rioted Friday in Congo`s capital Brazzaville, attacking schools and the education ministry after authorities cancelled the final day of end-of-year exams over alleged "massive fraud".

Sadhvi Prachi visits riot-hit Atali village

VHP leader Sadhvi Prachi visited the communal violence hit Atali village here even as tension prevailed in the area.

Ballabhgarh riot victims blame local SHO, says NCM report

Riot-hit Muslim villagers in Ballabhgarh`s Atali Village in Haryana have demanded "strong action" against Station House Officer (SHO) Babu Lal for "abetting the miscreants" belonging to the majority community who attacked them on May 25.

Situation still tense after clashes on access to CME road in Pune

The situation at Bopkhel village near here continued to be tense but under control on Friday after clashes broke out between police and locals protesting against denial of an access road that passes through defence land housing the College of Military Engineering (CME).

Malaysia cup semi-final erupts into violence
Malaysia cup semi-final erupts into violence

Police fired 30 rounds of tear gas to disperse rioting fans and arrested 25 after a Malaysia FA Cup semi-final between Terengganu and Singapore`s Lions XII, a senior security official said Monday.

Day after clash, heavy police deployment in Trilokpuri

Situation in East Delhi's Trilokpuri was "under control" but tension was palpable in the area, a day after a brief clash broke out between residents of two blocks over vehicle parking issue.

Egypt court sentences 11 to death over 2012 football riot

An Egyptian court Sunday sentenced 11 people to death after a retrial over a 2012 football stadium riot in the canal city of Port Said that left 74 people dead.

Vandalisation at churches a matter of concern: Congress MP Rajeev Shukla

Terming the attacks on churches a "matter of concern", Congress MP Rajeev Shukla on Sunday alleged that people are being served with "vandalisation, fightings, and rioting" instead of "achhe din" as promised by the BJP during campaigns in run up to 2014 general elections.

Five convicted for fake rape claim that sparked Myanmar riot

Five people have each been been jailed for 21 years for spreading false allegations that sparked a deadly religious riot in the Myanmar city of Mandalay last year, a lawyer said on Saturday.

Two AAP MLAs booked for clash with cops in Burari, Delhi govt orders probe
Two AAP MLAs booked for clash with cops in Burari, Delhi govt orders probe

The Delhi government has ordered a probe into the incidence of violence in Burari where an FIR was registered against Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLAs Sanjiv Jha and Akhilesh Tripathi for rioting and creating ruckus on Friday night.

Jitan Ram Manjhi visits riot-hit areas of Muzaffarpur

Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi on Wednesday visited violence-hit areas of the Muzaffarpur district in the state, where three people had died in communal clashes earlier this week.

Protest outside police HQ over Trilokpuri riots

 A group of Jawaharlal University (JNU) students Saturday protested outside the Delhi Police headquarters alleging discrimination against the minority community in the communal violence that hit east Delhi`s Trilokpuri.