Abhishek Anand is a Principal Correspondent with Hindustan Times. He is stationed Noida and covers real estate, politics, crime, IT & BPO sectors.
Articles by Abhishek Anand
A controversial BJP legislator on Friday assured an additional Rs 15 lakh to the family of a murder accused whose custodial death sparked tension at Bisada in Uttar Pradesh where a Muslim man was lynched last year.
Villagers held a panchayat near Ravin Sisodia’s body that has been draped in the tricolour and kept near his residence.
A sense of unease prevailed in Bisada village, around 50km from Delhi, on Thursday as villagers refused to cremate the body of lynching suspect Ravin alias Robin.
Residents of Bisada village wrapped a national flag on the body of Ravin Sisodia, an accused in Dadri-lynching case, to accord him status of a martyr amid
The family of an accused, who died in a Delhi hospital on Tuesday due to kidney and respiratory failure, in the Dadri lynching case has refused to perform his last rites until their demands are met.
Heavy police force was deployed at Uttar Pradesh’s Bisada village after a 22-year-old man, an accused in the Dadri lynching case, died in a Delhi hospital due to suspected case of dengue or chikungunya.
Ravin and 17 other youths, including three juveniles, were arrested for allegedly lynching Mohammad Ikhlaq, 55, and grievously injuring his son Danish over allegations of slaughtering a cow and storing its meat for consumption on September 28, 2015.
Sanjay Momnathal, 40, was rushed to hospital with a bullet injury on the face
City mountaineer Arjun Vajpai on Tuesday successfully scaled Mount Cho Oyu, the sixth highest mountain in the world. Cho Oyu is located on the Nepal-Tibet border and is 8,188 metres above the sea level.
Five days after an Uber cab rammed a truck in Noida 16A, 20-year-old Miranda House student Kaayum Pegu lost her battle for life.
A year later, HT revisits the fateful night when 55-year-old Mohammad Ikhlaq was lynched and his son Danish was critically injured in a mob attack.
A year after lynching of a Muslim man over allegations of slaughtering a cow and storing its meat for consumption, the Bisada village of Dadri area, some 50 km from Delhi, is quiet and normalcy has returned.
Four Delhi University students were injured when the Uber cab they were travelling in rammed a parked truck near Sector 16A early on Friday morning.
Twelve months back, the quiet village of Bisada in Dadri tehsil of Greater Noida, nearly 50km from Delhi, hit the headlines of virtually every newspaper and TV channel.
Hearing on framing of charges against 18 accused in the Dadri lynching case was deferred to October 28 as the judge of the fast track court was on leave on Friday.
The family of slain Mohammad Ikhlaq has sought reinvestigation into the age of the third juvenile accused who was recently released from the detention centre.
Noida Police on Thursday arrested four men for allegedly robbing Rs 50,000 from a B. Tech student near Sector 94 on Tuesday evening.
Nearly a year after the incident, the third and juvenile accused of Dadri lynching case was released on bail from the juvenile detention centre Tuesday evening.
The special task force (west) of the UP police have arrested five alleged shooters of the Sundar Bhati gang from their hideout at Ecotech 1 area of Greater Noida.
The driver was found dead in his cab in Sector 62 with the car’s seat belt tied around his neck
An 18-year-old woman was allegedly gangraped by two persons in Sector 10 on Tuesday night, police said.
Nearly a year after the lynching of a Muslim man over allegations of slaughtering a cow and storing its meat for consumption, Muslims of Bisada village are preparing for Bakra Eid in the shadows of the incident.
The Allahabad high court has asked Suninder Sandha, accused of siphoning off R 6 crore of homebuyers’ money while working as marketing director of Horizon Concept group, to surrender in a local court within 15 days.
A 38-year-old primary school teacher Manoj Sisodiya was found murdered near his residence Thursday morning at Bisada village.
In a first in the city, the income tax department searched five paying guest (PG) accommodations and hostels in Noida’s sector 126-127.