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Gujarat Govt seeks more time to reply: CD probe 4.3.2006 IndiaInfo.com
<img src="http://www.indiainfo.com/images/indiainfo-logo.gif"><p>Gujarat government today (Mar 04 2006) sought "more time" to reply to a plea seeking a detailed probe into the two crucial Compact Discs (CDs) containing details of mobile telephone calls made during the post-Godhra riots in 2002 which could ascertain the "role of Gujarat police and ministers of the Narendra-Modi government."
Godhra train fire accidental: Banerjee report 4.3.2006 TOI: India
Submitting the final report of his findings, Justice Banerjee said the fire was not a result of a deliberate act.
Godhra fire was an accident, says committee 4.3.2006 DNA: Top News
The retired Supreme Court justice was appointed by the railway ministry in 2004 to investigate the cause of the fire in the train.
BJP cries foul over Godhra report 3.3.2006 DNA: India
BJP termed the report as part of the UPA's desire to help the accused and is gearing up to "tear apart" the report when it is presented in Parliament next week.
Activists, NGOs stand vindicated 3.3.2006 DNA: India
?We totally support and welcome the finding as it reiterates our view. We placed all the evidence before the Commission,? said lawyer and activist Mukul Sinha.
Sabarmati Express fire was an accident, says U C Banerjee 3.3.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: The incident of fire in Sabarmati Express at Godhra was not a deliberately attempted fire but an accidental fire, Justice U C Banerjee said on Friday.
No conspiracy behind Godhra train fire: probe report 3.3.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: The report of a probe panel ruling out a conspiracy behind the 2002 fire in a train at Godhra in Gujarat that killed 59 people is likely to be placed in parliament next week by Railway Minister Lalu Prasad.
Fire on Godhra train was 'accidental': probe report 3.3.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: An official probe by the railways into the 2002 blaze in a train coach at Godhra in Gujarat that left 59 people dead has concluded that it was an "accidental fire".
Lalu panel calls Godhra an accident, what about flaming rags, ask victims 3.3.2006 The Indian Express -- Front Page
In line with its interim findings, the UPA-appointed Justice U C Banerjee panel has claimed that the fire in the Sabarmati Express on February 27, 2002, in Godhra which killed 59 passengers and sparked off riots across Gujarat was an accident.
Chhattisgarh CM should not allow reurrence of such blast: Cong 2.3.2006 New Kerala: Chattisgarh
New Delhi, Mar 1: Congress today sought to paint a bleak picture of the state of affairs in BJP-ruled states in the wake of yesterday's landmine blasts in Chhattisgarh and also recalled the post-Godhra violence in saffron controlled Gujarat.
Gujarat spent Rs.15.46 mn on POTA lawyers 1.3.2006 New Indian Express
Gujarat spent Rs.15.46 mn on POTA lawyers
Lighting lamp of knowledge amid arson in Godhra 1.3.2006 New Indian Express
Lighting lamp of knowledge amid arson in Godhra
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No Modi Chowk in Godhra, but patriotic displays galore 28.2.2006 New Indian Express
No Modi Chowk in Godhra, but patriotic displays galore
Lighting lamp of knowledge amid arson in Godhra 28.2.2006 New Kerala: Gujarat
By Saeed Khan, Godhra (Gujarat): Two housewives, both school dropouts, decided to start a school in this small Gujarat town four years ago when it was trying to overcome a gruesome tragedy that led to statewide communal violence.
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Gujarat spent Rs.15.46 mn on POTA lawyers 28.2.2006 New Kerala: Gujarat
Gandhinagar: The Gujarat government has spent Rs.15.46 million ($347,000) as fees to four lawyers engaged to fight Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA) cases since 2002, Law Minister Ashok Bhatt said Tuesday.
A tortuous quest for justice 27.2.2006 Hindu: Opinion
Justice, at last. After four years of tortuous twists and turns, what is most striking about the Best Bakery case is not the conviction of nine of the 17 accused brought to trial, but the effort that went into securing the ends of justice. ...
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"Modi has lost moral right to continue" 27.2.2006 Hindu: National
NEW DELHI: : The Communist Party of India on Sunday said the Narendra Modi Government in Gujarat had lost the moral right to continue in office after its indictment by a Mumbai Sessions Court in the Best Bakery case. A resolution to this effect ...
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Four years after Godhra, justice eludes many victims 27.2.2006 New Indian Express
Four years after Godhra, justice eludes many victims
VHP activists pay homage to Godhra victims 27.2.2006 New Kerala: Gujarat
Ahmedabad; Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) activists observed a two-minute silence at Gujarat's Godhra town to pay homage to the 59 victims of a train-burning tragedy there on the fourth anniversary of the incident.
No Modi Chowk in Godhra, but patriotic displays galore 27.2.2006 New Kerala: Gujarat
By Saeed Khan, Godhra (Gujarat): This town, infamous for communal clashes before and after India's independence, would have had a traffic intersection named after Chief Minister Narendra Modi -- posterboy of hardline Hindutva according to many -- if authorities had their way.
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