How Teesta, Mukul Sinha, and other ‘activists’ conspired to take the Gujarat riots case against Hindus
Teesta Setalvad and others conspired to paint Hindus in bad light and blamed them for Gujarat riots 2002
Gujarat riots: Congress takes three days to express ‘disappointment’ over SC verdict dismissing petition by ex-Congress leader Ehsan Jafri’s widow
Congress leader Jairam Ramesh called the SC's verdict in 2002 Gujarat riots 'deeply disappointing' and said that his party stands by Zakia Jafri and her family
Zakia Jafri vs the State of Gujarat: Here is what the SC judgment on the Gujarat riots says about Teesta Setalvad and how she...
Details of the Supreme Court order from June 24, 2022 which gave yet another clean chit to PM Modi and said how Zakia Jafri, on being tutored by Teesta Setalvad, kept the pot boiling over 2002 Gujarat riots
Teesta Setalvad was taken into custody from her home in the Juhu area of Mumbai. Gujarat ATS will take her to Ahmedabad.
‘Tehelka tapes have no legal value, claims were only to seasonalise and politicise’: Supreme Court while dismissing Zakia Jafri’s plea
Supreme Court said that the 2007 sting operation by Tehelka on Gujarat riots are not legally valid evidence
Supreme Court dismisses petition by Zakia Jafri challenging clean chit to Narendra Modi, here is what the Court said about SIT report while junking...
The Judges also dismissed the claim of a 'larger criminal conspiracy' at the highest government level based on the evidence collected by the SIT.
‘Are you saying Hindu groups orchestrated train burning? There is a limit, this is absurd’: What SIT said in court on Zakia Jafri’s plea
The arguments were inconclusive and will be heard again on December 1. Congress leader Kapil Sibal is representing the petitioner in the case.
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
Zakia Jafri’s petition challenging the acquittals by SIT in 2002 Gujarat riots case adjourned to mid-January
The Gujarat High Court had upheld the Magistrate order citing lack of "prosecutable evidence"