Source: BBC News
Fifteen Muslim men have been arrested in India for allegedly shouting “anti-India and pro-Pakistan” slogans during the Champions Trophy cricket final.
The men were denied bail in Madhya Pradesh state after appearing in court where they were charged with sedition.
They were arrested after their Hindu neighbours complained that they had burst firecrackers and shouted “pro-Pakistan” slogans during the game.
Pakistan won the final, defeating India by 180 runs.
Sedition is one of the most serious charges under the Indian penal code.