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Books as journalists 12.4.2014 Hindu: Opinion
Manoj Mitta’s The Fiction Of Fact-Finding… is a fine example of how authors can investigate, research, and cross-question
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SC riot relief for Modi (Cached) 12.4.2014 Telegraph: Nation
New Delhi, April 11: The Supreme Court today refused to re-constitute the special investigation team that had given a clean chit to Narendra Modi on the Gulbarg Society massacre in which 69 people were burnt alive in 2002.
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SC refuses plea to reconstitute Gujarat riot SIT (Cached) 11.4.2014 New Kerala: Gujarat
New Delhi, April 11 : The Supreme Court Friday declined to entertain a plea for reconstituting the Special Investigating Team after an existing team gave a clean chit to BJP star Narendra Modi for alleged deliberate inaction at the time of the Gulberg Society carnage Feb 28, 2002, during Gujarat riots.
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SC refuses plea to reconstitute Gujarat riot SIT (Cached) 11.4.2014 Zee News : India National
The Supreme Court Friday declined to entertain a plea for reconstituting the Special Investigating Team after an existing team gave a clean chit to BJP star Narendra Modi for alleged deliberate inaction at the time of the Gulberg Society carnage Feb 28, 2002, during Gujarat riots.
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SC refuses to entertain plea questioning SIT clean chit to Modi in Gujarat riots (Cached) 11.4.2014 CNN-IBN: Politics
The SIT report gave Modi a clean chit in 2012 in the Gulbarg Society massacre. Zakia Jafri had then filed a protest petition against the SIT report.
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Breather to Narendra Modi as SC says no to reconstitution of Gujarat riots SIT - Zee News 11.4.2014 Google News India
Breather to Narendra Modi as SC says no to reconstitution of Gujarat riots SIT Zee News New Delhi: In a breather to Narendra Modi, the Supreme Court on Friday refused to entertain a plea filed by an advocate questioning the Special Investigation Team (SIT) probe giving clean chit to the Gujarat Chief Minister in 2002 riots in the state. ...
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The fine art of fact-fudging (Cached) 6.4.2014 Asian Age: Books
Rs 599 The Fiction of Fact-Finding: Modi and Godhra The 2002 anti-Muslim pogrom in Gujarat under the watch of chief minister and home minister Narendra Modi was arguably the worst communal carnage in India since Independence. On the petition of Zakia Jafri — a survivor of the massacre at Gulberg Society in Ahmedabad in which 69 persons, including her husband and former MP Ehsan Jafri, were killed — the Supreme Court appointed a Special Investigation Team in 2009 to probe Ms Jafri’s complaint that the violence was the result of a criminal conspiracy in which Mr Modi was the prime accused. In February 2012, the SIT submitted its final report before a magistrate’s court in Ahmedabad claiming there was no evidence to prosecute Mr Modi or the 59 other co-accused — top politicians, civil servants and police officers. Towards the end of December 2013, the magistrate’s court rejected Ms Jafri’s protest petition which challenged the SIT’s so-called “clean chit” to Mr Modi and others. Ms Jafri’s appeal against the ...
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The fine art of fact-fudging (Cached) 6.4.2014 Asian Age: Books
Rs 599 The Fiction of Fact-Finding: Modi and Godhra The 2002 anti-Muslim pogrom in Gujarat under the watch of chief minister and home minister Narendra Modi was arguably the worst communal carnage in India since Independence. On the petition of Zakia Jafri — a survivor of the massacre at Gulberg Society in Ahmedabad in which 69 persons, including her husband and former MP Ehsan Jafri, were killed — the Supreme Court appointed a Special Investigation Team in 2009 to probe Ms Jafri’s complaint that the violence was the result of a criminal conspiracy in which Mr Modi was the prime accused. In February 2012, the SIT submitted its final report before a magistrate’s court in Ahmedabad claiming there was no evidence to prosecute Mr Modi or the 59 other co-accused — top politicians, civil servants and police officers. Towards the end of December 2013, the magistrate’s court rejected Ms Jafri’s protest petition which challenged the SIT’s so-called “clean chit” to Mr Modi and others. Ms Jafri’s appeal against the ...
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Narendra Modi a groom in a hurry: Sharad Pawar (Cached) 6.4.2014 NDTV National
Sharad Pawar on Saturday took a dig at Narendra Modi saying the BJP's PM nominee is a "groom in hurry" who has declared himself victorious even before the people's mandate is ...
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The fine art of fact-fudging (Cached) 6.4.2014 Asian Age: Books
Rs 599 The Fiction of Fact-Finding: Modi and Godhra The 2002 anti-Muslim pogrom in Gujarat under the watch of chief minister and home minister Narendra Modi was arguably the worst communal carnage in India since Independence. On the petition of Zakia Jafri — a survivor of the massacre at Gulberg Society in Ahmedabad in which 69 persons, including her husband and former MP Ehsan Jafri, were killed — the Supreme Court appointed a Special Investigation Team in 2009 to probe Ms Jafri’s complaint that the violence was the result of a criminal conspiracy in which Mr Modi was the prime accused. In February 2012, the SIT submitted its final report before a magistrate’s court in Ahmedabad claiming there was no evidence to prosecute Mr Modi or the 59 other co-accused — top politicians, civil servants and police officers. Towards the end of December 2013, the magistrate’s court rejected Ms Jafri’s protest petition which challenged the SIT’s so-called “clean chit” to Mr Modi and others. Ms Jafri’s appeal against the ...
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Modi a groom in a hurry: Pawar (Cached) 6.4.2014 Zee News : India National
Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar on Saturday took a dig at Narendra Modi saying the BJP`s PM nominee is a "groom in hurry" who has declared himself victorious even before the people`s mandate is out.
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The fine art of fact-fudging (Cached) 6.4.2014 Asian Age: Books
Rs 599 The Fiction of Fact-Finding: Modi and Godhra The 2002 anti-Muslim pogrom in Gujarat under the watch of chief minister and home minister Narendra Modi was arguably the worst communal carnage in India since Independence. On the petition of Zakia Jafri — a survivor of the massacre at Gulberg Society in Ahmedabad in which 69 persons, including her husband and former MP Ehsan Jafri, were killed — the Supreme Court appointed a Special Investigation Team in 2009 to probe Ms Jafri’s complaint that the violence was the result of a criminal conspiracy in which Mr Modi was the prime accused. In February 2012, the SIT submitted its final report before a magistrate’s court in Ahmedabad claiming there was no evidence to prosecute Mr Modi or the 59 other co-accused — top politicians, civil servants and police officers. Towards the end of December 2013, the magistrate’s court rejected Ms Jafri’s protest petition which challenged the SIT’s so-called “clean chit” to Mr Modi and others. Ms Jafri’s appeal against the ...
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Narendra Modi a groom in a hurry: Sharad Pawar (Cached) 5.4.2014 DNA: Opinion
Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar today took a dig at Narendra Modi saying the BJP's PM nominee is a "groom in hurry" who has declared himself victorious even before the people's mandate is out. "Modi is a groom in a hurry. He is is behaving as if he has already got elected to the top post," Pawar told a joint rally with Congress president Sonia Gandhi at Chikhli here. Raking up the 2002 communal riots in Gujarat, Pawar alleged "Congress MP Ehsan Jafri was burnt alive in his Gulbarg Housing Society residence in Ahmedabad under chief minister Modi's watch". He said this was for the first time that a prime ministerial candidate is declared before elections. "Normally, elected MPs pick their leader as prime minister. But here in this election, Modi is in a hurry," Pawar ...
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'Media soft-peddles riot coverage' (Cached) 5.4.2014 New Kerala: India News
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'Media soft-pedals riot coverage' (Cached) 5.4.2014 New Kerala: India News
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Kidswear brand Hopscotch opens in Lahore (Cached) 5.4.2014 New Kerala: Business India
Lahore, April 5 : Hopscotch, a Western kidswear label for boys and girls, has launched its first store at the prestigious Gulberg Galleria here.
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HC extends stay on Teesta's arrest 5.4.2014 Ahmedabad News, Ahmedabad City News | Cities News - Times of India
Ahmedabad/ The Bombay high court on Friday turned down the petition filed by social activist Teesta Setalvad and her husband, Javed Anand, seeking quashing of the FIR lodged against ...
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No Bombay high court relief for Teesta Setalvad, husband in fund embezzlement case (Cached) 4.4.2014 DNA: India
In a setback for social activist Teesta Setalvad and her husband, Javed Anand, the Bombay high court on Friday dismissed the petitions filed by them. The petitions sought quashing of an FIR filed against them for alleged misappropriation of funds and for defreezing of their bank accounts. A division bench of Justices NH Patil and Abhay Thipsay refused to grant any relief to Setalvad and Anand after observing that the jurisdiction to decide on the issue lies with the Gujarat high court as the FIR is lodged there. The HC said it cannot entertain the petitions of the applicants as the FIR is lodged in Gujarat and hence they will have to seek relief from the high court there. A victim of Gulbarg Housing Society incident, where 67 persons were killed during the 2002 riots, had lodged a complaint with Ahmedabad police against the couple and their NGOs 'Citizens for Justice and Peace' and 'Sabrang Trust'. It was alleged that the accused collected funds in the name of converting part of the Gulbarg society into ...
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Lunch with BS: Manoj Mitta 4.4.2014 Latest News
Indian society suffers excessive reverence for authority, the author of revelatory accounts of the investigations into the 1984 and 2002 communal violence
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HC rejects Setalvad's plea in misappropriation of funds case (Cached) 4.4.2014 New Kerala: Maharashtra
Mumbai, Apr 4 : The Bombay High Court today rejected the plea moved by social activist Teesta Setalvad and her husband Javed Anand seeking quashing of an FIR lodged against them in Gujarat for alleged misappropriation of funds.
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