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Teesta Setalvad, her trust deny fund fraud 4.12.2016 TOI: India
Social activists Teesta Setalvad and Javed Anand have denied the charges levelled against them by the Gujarat police in an affidavit in the Supreme Court that they embezzled nearly Rs 3.85 crore of the Rs 9.75 crore trust funds collected for victims of the 2002 Gujarat riots.
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Teesta Setalvad `siphoned off` Rs 3.85 crore from NGO funds: Gujarat Police to Supreme Court 2.12.2016 Zee News : States
Seeking custodial interrogation of the couple, the Gujarat Police also rejected Teesta Setalvad's claim that lawyers fought most of the 2002 Gujarat riot-related cases for free.
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Police claim proof of Teesta pocketing NGO funds 2.12.2016 TOI: Home
Gujarat police has claimed before the Supreme Court that it has collected documentary evidence on social activist Teesta Setalvad and her husband “siphoning off” Rs 3.85 crore for “personal use” from the Rs 9.75 crore donations received by their NGOs for the welfare of the 2002 riot victims.
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SC's no to petition on pay-offs to VIPs including Narendra Modi 25.11.2016 News
Bench observed that the material placed before it was 'zero'
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Survivors challenge acquittal of 36 Gulbarg accused 29.10.2016 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
Witness-survivors of Gulbarg Society massacre have moved the Gujarat high court challenging the special SIT court's decision acquitting 36 of the accused. The massacre, in which 69 persons were killed, took place on February 28, 2002.
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Gulbarg massacre convict gets temporary bail 26.10.2016 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
Gujarat high court on Tuesday granted 10 days bail to Jayesh Jingar alias Gabbar, a convict of the Gulbarg Society massacre.He was given bail on grounds of health.
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Hindutva case: SC not to go into issue of Hinduism 25.10.2016 All Current Affairs Stories
The remarks were made by the bench when some advocates sought to intervene in the ongoing hearing
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2002 Naroda Patiya riot case: SC grants 6 months to Gujarat court to conclude trial 19.9.2016 DNA: Top News
The Supreme Court on Monday granted six more months to a lower court in Gujarat to conclude trial in the 2002 Naroda Gam riots case, one of the nine post-Godhra riots matters probed by the apex court-appointed SIT pertaining to the killing of eleven members of a community. "The City Civil & Sessions Court (at Ahmedabad in Gujarat) is granted six months more time to conclude trial and pronounce the judgement (in the Naroda Gam case)," a bench of Chief Justice T S Thakur and Justice A M Khanwilkar said. The court considered the submission of amicus curiae and senior advocate Harish Salve and SIT chief R K Raghavan, who is a former CBI chief, that the trial court should be granted more time as it has to examine nearly 300 witnesses. "So far as other eight cases are concerned, investigations have been completed. The charge sheets have been filed and the trial courts have pronounced the judgements and now the cases are at stage of appeal in the High Court," Salve said. He said a time limit can be fixed for ...
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2002 Naroda Gaon case: SC gives six months to complete trial 19.9.2016 Hindu: National
The Supreme Court on Monday granted six months extension to a Gujarat court to complete trial in the Naroda Gaon violence, which is the last and ninth 2002 post Godhra riots case waiting to be brough...
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SC grants 6 months to conclude trial in a Gujrat riots case 19.9.2016 ET: Policy
The court considered the submission of amicus curiae and senior advocate Harish Salve and SIT chief R K Raghavan, who is a former CBI chief.
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SC grants 6 months to conclude trial in a Gujarat riots case 19.9.2016 deccanherald.com
The Supreme Court today granted six more months to a lower court in Gujarat to conclude trial in the 2002 Naroda Gam riots case, one of the nine post-Godhra riots matters probed by the apex court-appointed SIT pertaining to the killing of eleven members of a community. "The City Civil & Sessions Court (at Ahmedabad in Gujarat) is granted six months more time to conclude trial and pronounce the judgement (in the Naroda Gam case)," a bench of Chief Justice T S Thakur and Justice A M Khanwilkar said. The court considered the submission of amicus curiae and senior advocate Harish Salve and SIT chief R K Raghavan, who is a former CBI chief, that the trial court should be granted more time as it has to examine nearly 300 witnesses. "So far as other eight cases are concerned, investigations have been completed. The charge sheets have been filed and the trial courts have pronounced the judgements and now the cases are at stage of appeal in the High Court," Salve said. He said a time limit can be fixed for the ...
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SC grants 6 months to conclude trial in a Guj riots case 19.9.2016 TOI: Delhi Times
New Delhi, Sep 19 () The Supreme Court today granted six more months to a lower court in Gujarat to conclude trial in the 2002 Naroda Gam riots case, one of the nine post-Godhra riots matters probed by the apex court-appointed SIT pertaining to the killing of eleven members of a community.
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Petition against Pokeman for hurting religious sentiments 7.9.2016 All News-IANS Stories
The Gujarat High Court on Wednesday issued notices to the Centre, the state Government and Niantic Inc, the San Francisco-based developer of controversial mobile phone game Pokemon Go, following a petition seeking a ban on the game in the country.
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SC asks Gujarat to respond to Teesta on frozen accounts 19.8.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
SC asks Gujarat to respond to Teesta on frozen accounts
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SC asks Guj to reply on pleas to defreeze a/c of Teesta,others 17.8.2016 deccanherald.com
The Supreme Court today sought the response of Gujarat Government on the pleas filed by social activist Teesta Setalvad, her husband Javed Anand and two NGOs challenging the freezing of their accounts by the Crime Branch of Ahmedabad Police. A bench of justices Dipak Misra and U U Lalit issued notice to the state and Additional Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said they would file their response within two weeks. The court has now fixed the matter for hearing on September 21. Teesta, her husband and the two NGOs -- Sabrang Trust and Citizens for Justice and Peace -- have approached the apex court challenging the October 7 verdict of the Gujarat High Court which had rejected their pleas for defreezing their personal bank accounts. The action of the Ahmedabad Police had come soon after the Crime Branch had started probing a case in which Setalvad and others are accused of embezzling Rs 1.51 crore collected to convert Gulberg Society -- where 69 people were killed during the post-Godhra riots -- into a 2002 ...
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Notice to Gujarat govt on Teesta's plea to defreeze bank accounts 17.8.2016 Hindu: Other States
The court has now fixed the matter for hearing on September 21.
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SC asks Gujarat to reply on pleas to defreeze account of Teesta Setalvad 17.8.2016 Latest News
Setalvad and others are accused of embezzling Rs 1.51 crore collected to convert Gulberg Society into a 2002 riots museum
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Gulbarg massacre case: Gujarat HC grants 10 days parole to nine convicts 13.8.2016 FirstPost: India

The Gujarat High Court on Friday granted ten days parole to nine convicts of the 2002 Gulbarg Society massacre case. Justice PP Bhatt granted the parole to the convicts, who were held guilty by a lower court.

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Ishrat Jahan encounter case: Satish Verma withdraws plea 13.8.2016 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
Satish Verma on Friday withdrew his petition from Gujarat high court against state government's eviction notice for the flat given to him in Ahmedabad.
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Gulberg society case: Gujarat HC grants nine convicts 10-day parole 12.8.2016 DNA: Popular News
The Gujarat High Court on Friday granted ten days parole to nine convicts of the 2002 Gulberg Society massacre case. Justice P P Bhatt granted the parole to the convicts, who were held guilty by a lower court. These convicts, who include VHP leader Atul Vaid, had sought parole on the ground that they want to file an appeal in the high court against the lower court verdict for which they need time to hire advocates and arrange finances. The other eight convicts are -- Yogendra Shekhawat, Krishna Kalal, Raju Tiwari, Mangilal Jain, Kapil Mishra, Suresh Dhobi, Mukesh Shankhla and Dilip Parmar. Of these, Shekhawat, Kalal and Tiwari were sentenced to life imprisonment by the lower court, while Jain was sentenced to ten years jail. Other five convicts (Vaid, Mishra, Dhobi, Shankhla and Parmar) were sentenced to seven years imprisonment each. Of the total 24 accused, the special court on June 17 sentenced 11 persons to life in jail on the charges of murder, 12 were given seven years of imprisonment and Mangilal ...
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