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Mahatma Gandhi's assassination: SC tells researcher to file plea for furnishing secret documents
The Supreme Court on Monday told a Mumbai-based researcher, seeking re-investigation into Mahatma Gandhis assassination, to file a separate plea for furnishing "secret documents" obtained from the US purportedly indicating "larger conspiracy" behind it. "We ...
 Deccan Herald4 weeks ago
Gandhi murder trial did not attain legal finality: SC told
As the nation observed the 70th death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi today, a claim was made in the Supreme Court that the conspirators were hanged even before the murder trial had attained legal finality from the top court.The apex court, which is seized of a public interest litigation seeking re-investigation into Gandhi's assassination, has been told that the two conspirators -- Nathuram Godse and Narayan Dattatraya Apte -- were hanged on November 15, 1949, 71 days before the Supreme Court of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
SC asks petitioner locus for seeking re-probe into Mahatma's assassination
The Supreme Court today posed searching questions to a petitioner seeking re-investigation in the assassination case of Mahatma Gandhi and asked him to satisfy it on aspects of delay and his locus to raise the issue. The apex court made it clear that it would ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
No need to reinvestigate Mahatma Gandhi assassination case, amicus curiae tells SC
The Supreme Court was on Monday told that there was no need to reinvestigate Mahatma Gandhis assassination as the conspiracy behind the murder and the identity of assailant Nathuram Vinayak Godse have already been duly established. Senior advocate Amarendra ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
India Today
Who killed Mahatma Gandhi? Nobody but Godse, amicus curiae tells Supreme Court
Amrendra Sharan, a Supreme Court-appointed amicus curie, told the apex court there is no evidence to prove that a mysterious second person was involved in the successful bid to assassinate Mahatma Gandhi.
 India Today2 months ago
Mahatma Gandhi assassination: Amicus curiae recommends SC against fresh probe
In the Mahatma Gandhi assassination case, the amicus curiae has recommended to SC against reopening of he case. Former Additional Solicitor General (ASG), Amarendra Sharan who is the amicus curiae in the Mahatma Gandhi assassination case, on Monday filed a ...
 DNA2 months ago


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