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2002 riots: SC asks Gujarat to give compensation, job & accommodation to Bilkis Bano

A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi asked the Gujarat government as to why it has not given the compensation, job and accommodation to Bilkis despite the apex court's April 23 order.

Two faces of Gujarat riots hit campaign trail with CPM candidate in Kerala

Seventeen years on, Mochi and Ansari have taken on a different role — speaking about the state of the nation. Together they are campaigning for CPI(M) candidate P Jayarajan, who is contesting from Vatakara constituency in North Kerala. 

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Former vice president Hamid Ansari questions administartion failure during 2002 Gujarat riots

Ansari said Lt General Zameer Uddin Shah’s (retd) book is silent about the role of the political leadership in Gujarat.

Case against 3 authors of book on Gujarat riots

A case has been registered against the three authors of a Class 12 reference book for political science in Assam which mentions that the then Gujarat Chief Minister was “silent” during the 2002 riots in Gujarat. The passage from the book, under the heading “Godhra Incident and Anti-Muslim Riot in Gujarat”, alleges that the “Narendra […]

SC stops monitoring Gujarat riot cases, directs SIT to take them to logical end

The petition had led to the 2008 order directing the formation of a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe nine major post-Godhra riot cases under the Supreme Court’s close supervision and monitoring.

Gujarat govt puts on hold death appeal against Maya Kodnani,Babu Bajrangi

A special court in Ahmedabad had sentenced Kodnani to 28 years in jail.

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Talala violence: Two more tribals held for clash with Ahirs

With this, the number of arrests in five different cases of violence and rioting has gone up to 51.

Gulberg Society verdict: 24 convicted, BJP leader Bipin Patel acquitted along with 35 others

The trial in the Gulberg Society massacre case has seen several ups and downs.

Gulberg Society verdict: Ehsan Jafri's wife says 'only half justice delivered'

Zakia Jafri, wife of slain Congress MP Ehsan Jafri, said she will appeal against the Gulberg Society verdict in higher courts.

‘Secular parties fail as their secularism is event-based’

The event became controversial as its organiser, Socialist Yuvjan Sabha, recently received a threat that it would have to face serious consequences if it went ahead with the function.

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Post-Godhra riots: A village's untold stories of grief and agony

Sesan Nava village in Deodar taluka is home to over 1,000 Muslims who migrated from Balochistan several generations ago.

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