2002 Gujarat Riots

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Maya Kodnani has been convicted in the 2002 Naroda Patiya riot case

Gujarat High Court to hear Maya Kodnani’s appeal in 2002 Naroda Patiya case

Maya Kodnani and 29 others appealed challenging their conviction in the riots case by a special trial court.

Narendra Modi, NITI Aayog, tribal affairs

2002 Gujarat riots: US court dismissed lawsuit against Narendra Modi

US District Judge Analisa Torres said Modi is entitled to immunity as the sitting head of a foreign govt.


2002 Gujarat riots: US court seeks response to objections over PM Narendra Modi’s immunity

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.


2002 Gujarat riots: Nanavati Commission submits final report to Anandiben Patel

The Commission was expected to give its opinion and recommendations on the roles played by various politicians including Narendra Modi.


Godhra police worried as number of visitors from Pakistan doubles

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.


2002 Gujarat riots: Supreme Court for winding up proceedings within three months

Expressing concern over the accused languishing in jail due to delay in trial, the apex court asked the SIT to expedite the case.


Sena wisdom: As in Godhra, no one talks of ‘real reason’

The Sena MPs said they were provoked by the inadequate accommodation facilities and food arrangements.


Allow Sanjiv Bhatt to inspect ’02 riots intel docs, HC directs panel

Next hearing in the case scheduled for June 26.

Not just ‘foreign hand’, critical Gujarat NGOs on IB watchlist too

The 21-page secret report to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) names several foreign-funded NGOs.


Lalu Yadav does it again; calls Narendra Modi ‘executioner’

Yadav said that he was sad that people like Ram Vilas Paswan and others had gone with the Gujarat Chief Minister.


‘We don’t even have Yasmin’s photo’

In April 2012, a special trial court convicted 23 people and sentenced them to life in prison in the Ode riot case.

Raja with his sister Shabana at their home in Naroda Patiya; in 2002, at 11, he was the only minor to depose before Justice Verma of the NHRC (above)

‘The scars will stay with me till I am buried’

“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.

Raja with his sister Shabana at their home in Naroda Patiya; in 2002, at 11, he was the only minor to depose before Justice Verma of the NHRC (above)

Elections 2014: 1 vote, 2 that weren’t in Naroda Patiya

Naroda Patiya massacre survivor Raja Qureshi is a first time voter and now can’t wait to vote.

No question

Modi was not asked any direct questions on his role in or accountability for the 2002 riots.


Narendra Modi running away from giving an apology: Congress

Afzal’s remarks come after Modi said that Congress should first account for its ‘sins’ before asking him to tender an apology.