Thursday, May 30, 2024


Gujarat Riots

Supreme Court quashes Gujarat govt’s decision to release 11 convicts in Bilkis Bano rape case, says State was not competent to pass remission orders

In March 2002, during the post-Godhra riots, Bano was allegedly gang-raped and left to die with 14 members of her family, including her three-year-old daughter.

Serious incident, not an isolated case of death: Supreme Court rejects bail pleas of 3 convicts in the Godhra train carnage case

"We are not inclined at this stage to grant bail," the three-judge bench of the Supreme Court said while hearing the bail applications.

Teesta Setalvad was a ‘politician’s tool’, received Rs 30 lakhs from Ahmed Patel to unseat the Modi govt after 2002 Gujarat riots: State govt...

Gujarat government opposed the bail plea of 'activist' Teesta Setalvad by submitting that she served as a ‘tool’ in the hands of politicians during the 2002 Gujarat riots

Mumbai session court acquits two accused in 2002 Best Bakery case

Fourteen people were killed in the Best Bakery attack on March 1, 2002. The incident occurred two days after 59 Hindus, including women and children, were burnt alive in a train in Godhra

PM Modi documentary: BBC and Wikipedia argue as a foreign entity, say Delhi court can’t deal with the defamation case, invoke Hague convention

BBC and Wikipedia's legal representatives claimed that they were foreign organisations that were not served properly and that they were appearing in protest

Illegal links to banned BBC documentary on PM Modi removed by Internet Archive after defamation suit filed by BJP leader, Wikipedia still carries defunct...

Additional District Judge Ruchika Singla of Rohini Courts has issued the summons to BBC, Wikimedia Foundation and Internet Archive and listed the case for hearing on May 11. The court has given 30 days to the defendants to file written replies to the suit.

After Court acquits all accused in Naroda Patiya case, the debunked “foetus” claim once again peddled online: Here is the truth about it

Some versions also included that the above act was done with a sword. The woman in question, who died during the riots, and whose foetus was allegedly ripped out, was one Kausar Bano.

‘NSUI did not seek permission, such behaviour won’t be tolerated’: DU proctor says won’t allow screening of propaganda BBC documentary

NSUI and the Bhim Army Student Federation have announced that they will screen outlawed BBC documentary.

Kerala: Case registered against BJP workers for protesting against screening of the controversial BBC documentary

BBC documentary "India: The Modi Question" was screened in numerous areas in Kerala, which prompted protestsby BJP's Yuva Morcha

BBC Documentary on Gujarat Riots include Tehelka sting of Babu Bajrangi and Haresh Bhatt: Read why SC rubbished them as legally untenable

The BBC Documentary on Gujarat Riots included Tehelka stings of Babu Bajrangi, Haresh Bhatt, rejected by SC as having legally inadmissible.

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