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Gujarat riots convict Maya Kodnani draws flak after her selfie goes viral
International Business Times India

2002 Gujarat riots-convict Maya Kodnani's selfie goes viral, s...

The former Gujarat minister Maya Kodnani who was convicted in the 2002 Gujarat riots case was granted bail on health grounds in 2014. Kodnani was recently photographed at a meditation camp that was organised on Saturday by a private group on the ..., 4 days ago
Gujarat riots convict Maya Kodnani draws flak after her selfie goes viral International Business Times India, 4 days ago

Kodnani seeks mental peace at Vipassana camp in Dholka

Former education minister and 2002 riots convict Maya Kodnani who had turned into a social recluse was spotted at a Vipassana camp in Ranoda village of Dholka, nearly 40 km from the city. Kodnani who had been suffering from mental illness and had ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com3 days ago Photos of Maya Kodnani, 2002 Riots convict, Sparks Anger  Siasat Daily5 days ago Selfie of Ex-Minister Maya Kodnani, Jailed for 2002 Riots, Sparks Anger  NDTV5 days ago Photo of Ex-Minister Maya Kodnani, Jailed for 2002 Riots, Sparks Anger  NDTV5 days ago

'Im a Muslim and right here's why I gained't apologize for #ParisAttacks'

Even because the world was witnessing in horror, eerie scenes harking back to Mumbai's 26/eleven assaults, play out within the streets of Paris, that ultimately left (till this piece was revealed) 129 lifeless and lots of wounded, my Twitter ...
 Amazonbug.com1 week ago 'I am a Muslim and here's why I won't apologize for #ParisAttacks'  IBN Khabar1 week ago
International Business Times UK

Modi UK visit: Who are the groups protesting against Narendra Modi and what do they want?

Narendra Modi has achieved a rock'n'roll milestone by selling out Wembley Arena with 60,000 of his fans in London this week but the Indian president's visit has not been without controversy. Dozens of groups plan to protest his meeting with Prime ...
 International Business Times UK2 weeks ago
Siasat Daily

Difference between 1984 riots and 2002 Gujarat riots: Gogoi

Guwahati, Nov 3 A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi attacked the Congress over its involvement in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Tuesday said there was a difference between those riots and the 2002 communal ...
 ProKerala.com3 weeks ago 'A difference between 1984 riots, 2002 Gujarat riots'  Manorama Online3 weeks ago

Dadri to Faridabad: Is BJP encouraging India's Ku Klux Klan?

'It would be a folly on our part to believe that the KKK or its Indian version exists only as some dedicated organisation. Rather, the Indian KKK, much like the American counterpart, exists as a fragmented and amorphous collection of independent groups and individuals,' says Shehzad Poonawalla. IMAGE: Members of groups claiming affiliation to the Ku Klux Klan attend a cross-lighting ceremony on a member's property in Virginia. Photograph: Johnny Milano/Reuters Even as I return from Sunped ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Indian Express

PM Modi compares Badal to Nelson Mandela, Twitter ridicules comparison

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Punjab Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal during the Loktantra Prahari Abhinandan on occasion of the 113th birth anniversary celebration of the socialist leader Jayaprakash Narayan, in New Delhi on ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
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