Her husband used to talk vulgar to girlfriend in front of her: Here is what the lawyer of Ayesha, who jumped into Sabarmati river,...
Ayesha, who committed suicide by jumping into the Sabarmati River in Gujarat on March 1, had a disquiet marital life
Gujarat: Ahmedabad woman Ayesha commits suicide by jumping into Sabarmati River, last video message goes viral
A video has gone viral on social media where Ayesha, a young woman, can be heard announcing her decision to commit suicide.
Rafiq Hussain Bhatuk, prime accused in the Godhra train massacre, arrested 19 years after the incident
Bhatuk was part of the core group of the accused who hatched the conspiracy that saw 59 karsevaks burned alive inside a coach of the Sabarmati Express in 2002.
Donald Trump is reportedly the first US President to visit the Sabarmati Ashram.
The real Saba Naqvi: Here is how the ‘neutral journalist’ supported killers of Ram Sevaks in Sabarmati Express burning
Saba Naqvi writing in Outlook fully supported the findings of the Banerjee Committee in January 2005.
BBC’s whitewashing: Paints Sanjiv Bhatt as a ‘whistleblower’ victim while lying about 59 Karsevaks burnt alive by Muslim mob
While reporting the ruling in the Sanjiv Bhatt case, BBC not only put out an extremely confused report but also lied profusely about the Godhra case where 59 Karsevaks were brutally burnt alive.
Special SIT court convicts Yakub Pataliya in 2002 Godhra train burning case, awards life imprisonment
The Special SIT court had convicted 31 accused in relation to the Godhra train burning case in 2011.
After milking the ‘Gandhi’ surname for decades, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra admits to having visited the Sabarmati Ashram for the first time ever
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra in her debut election rally made a startling admission that after the decades she claims to have been in politics, this was the first time she had visited the Sabarmati Ashram.
PM Modi to visit Japan on the eve of India-Japan Annual Summit and talk with PM Abe won wide-ranging issues.
Charges by Lt Gen (Retd.) Zameeruddin Shah on delayed Army deployment during 2002 riots don’t hold water
Lt. Gen. Zameeruddin Shah has claimed that state government delayed transportation for Army troops during 2002 riots
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