Supreme Court on Monday expressed its reservations against directing central and state governments to provide jobs on compassionate ground to children and dependents of victims of 2002 Gujarat communal riots.
In the Gulberg Society massacre case, former Congress MP Ehsan Jafri and 67 others were killed.
Maya Kodnani and 29 others appealed challenging their conviction in the riots case by a special trial court.
US District Judge Analisa Torres said Modi is entitled to immunity as the sitting head of a foreign govt.
ACJ said Modi is being sued for acts committed as CM of Gujarat and not for any acts that he committed as India’s PM.
The Commission was expected to give its opinion and recommendations on the roles played by various politicians including Narendra Modi.
Panchmahal district police recently booked a constable, an agent, and a sponsor of a Pakistani national on the suspicion of forging documents to procure a visa.
Expressing concern over the accused languishing in jail due to delay in trial, the apex court asked the SIT to expedite the case.
The Sena MPs said they were provoked by the inadequate accommodation facilities and food arrangements.
Next hearing in the case scheduled for June 26.
The 21-page secret report to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) names several foreign-funded NGOs.
Yadav said that he was sad that people like Ram Vilas Paswan and others had gone with the Gujarat Chief Minister.
In April 2012, a special trial court convicted 23 people and sentenced them to life in prison in the Ode riot case.
“I didn’t vote the last election because I hated politicians. This time, I am voting to bring power to the common man,” says Raja.
Naroda Patiya massacre survivor Raja Qureshi is a first time voter and now can’t wait to vote.