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Riots, corruption and ‘toffee model’: Busting the myths about ‘fascist’ Modi

OpIndia English Editor Nirwa Mehta chats with lawyer Kartikeya Tanna about Gujarat, Narendra Modi, Amit Shah and democracy

Narendra Modi and democracy: How Chief Minister of a state was grilled for hours and he followed the rule of the land

Narendra Modi, as sitting chief minister and an accused in a case filed by Zakia Jafri, wife of Congress leader Ehsan Jafri who was killed in riots which followed the Godhra train carnage, was grilled by the SIT for over 9 hours.

As Congress celebrates PM Modi’s birthday as ‘Bad Omen Day’, here is how Congress CMs let Gujaratis die in 2002

Ashok Gehlot, Digvijaya Singh and Vilasrao Deshmukh of Congress in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra sat and watched as Gujarat burned in 2002.

After Muslim mob set a train on fire in Godhra in 2002, did Hindu mob rape a Muslim woman, slit her stomach and flung...

While Kauser’s death was unfortunate, the lies surrounding it only fanned the bitterness in an already embittered environment.

Gujarat has been where India stands today: How Modi stood up for Asmita and defeated “fatwa babas”

India today is where Gujarat was in December 2002, when Gujaratis voted for its Asmita, its pride. n

“Dalits gang-raped and killed Muslims in 2002”: Ex-Indian Express journalist hates on Dalits, says ‘Muslims owe them nothing’

Former Indian Express journalist and rabid Islamist Irena Akbar today took to Twitter to spew venom and hate on Dalits.

Zakia Jafri’s petition challenging acquittal of then CM Modi and others by SIT in 2002 Gujarat riots case adjourned till April 14

The Supreme Court of India on Tuesday postponed to the hearing till April 14 on the petition filed by Zakia Jafri

Rana Ayyub sensationalises Muzaffarnagar anti-CAA riots, alleges RSS members of attacking Muslims, UP Police calls her bluff

Earlier today, Ayyub, in her inimitable style had tweeted that she is getting 'heartbreaking calls from Muzaffarnagar and Kanpur.

Congress leader Digvijaya Singh likens Jamia riots with 2002 Gujarat riots, says no Muslim can trust Modi

Congress leader Digvijaya Singh resorts to fear-mongering by comparing Jamia riots with the 2002 Gujarat riots

Sanjiv Bhatt lied, told an imaginary ‘story’ about meeting the then Gujarat CM Modi, says Nanavati-Mehta Commission report

The report concluded that the former IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt had lied and made up stories of him attending a meeting at the then Chief Minister Narendra Modi's residence on February 27, 2002.

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