Police officials say two more Muslim men based in Rajasthan state were held for planning Kanhaiya Lal Teli's murder last week in his shop in Udaipur.
Police in Rajasthan state arrest two men after they claimed responsibility for killing the man on camera over his alleged support for a suspended ruling BJP official whose insulting remarks on Prophet Muhammad sparked global protests.
Authorities in northern Uttar Pradesh state arrest more than 300 people and tear down several houses belonging to Muslims in connection with unrest over insulting remarks made by members of ruling BJP about Prophet Muhammad and his wife Ayesha.
Police fired on a crowd in the eastern Indian city of Ranchi after a large number of Muslims took to the streets following Friday prayers to protest remarks by a ruling party official.
Police in New Delhi said they have filed a complaint against Nupur Sharma and others over her remarks on the Prophet Mohammed and for "inciting people on divisive lines" on social media.
Delhi Police say they have registered two preliminary complaints, including one pertaining to Nupur Sharma, on the basis of social media analysis.
Harshit Srivastava, who was arrested in Uttar Pradesh state, is accused of making inflammatory remarks against Muslims, police say.
Over 30 members and some federal ministers of the Hindu nationalist party, who are authorised to take part in TV debates, asked to be "extremely cautious" when talking about religion, two BJP leaders say.
A supermarket just outside Kuwait City has boycotted Indian goods in protest over insulting remarks made by officials from India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party.
Muslim countries including Qatar, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia condemn remarks about Prophet Muhammad made by top officials in India's Bharatiya Janata Party, as calls grow on social media for boycott of Indian goods in Muslim countries.
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