The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused grant bail to one of the accused in the Gulberg Society massacre case of 2002 Gujarat riots in which former Congress Member of Parliament Ehsan Jafri and 67 others were killed, saying it has asked the lower court to conclude trial in three months. "We have requested the sessions court to conclude the trial within three months. We cannot grant you regular bail at this stage," a bench comprising Chief Justice H L Dattu and justices Madan B Lokur and A K ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
In this Idea Exchange moderated by of The Indian Express, MIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi talks about why the spread of his party is a sign of the strength of Indian democracy, the need for Muslim consolidation, and why he respects Modi as PM but can't ...Financial Express, 2 months ago
The judicial commission that probed the 2002 Gujarar riots said in Ahmedabad on Wednesday that there is insufficient evidence to support allegations levelled against the then Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi to summon him for questioning before the panel. "He (Modi) was not summoned or he (Modi) was not asked to appear before us as we must have some evidence to support allegations against him (Modi)," Chairman of the Commission, retired Supreme Court Justice G T Nanavati told PTI, answering ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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