Zakia Jafri, wife of former Congress member of Parliament Ehsan Jafri who was among the 69 killed in Gulberg society massacre, expressed dissatisfaction over the verdict in the case on Friday, saying the court did ‘injustice’ to her. She also said that she will approach the high court against the verdict of the special Special Investigation Team court which on Friday sentenced 11 convicts to life imprisonment in the case. Zakia is particularly unhappy with the seven-year jail term ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Life sentence should have been given to all convicts: Zakia Jafri - New Indian Express, 1 week ago
Firing by Jafri provoked mob: Court in Gulberg verdict - Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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With all due respect to the Gujarat High Court, I beg to differ with its judgment that the firing by Ehsan Jafri ( Indian politician and former member of the 6th Lok Sabha for the Congress Party, who was killed in the Gulbarg Society massacre, which ...Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 day ago Why justice needs the rule of law The Statesman, 2 days ago Travesty of justice Nagaland Post, 1 day ago Gulbarg Carnage: Not A Fair Verdict Navhind Times, 2 days ago
Ehsan Jafri's 75-year-old widow, Zakia, has been fighting the case in the hope of getting justice. (Photo: AFP) According to the SIT ‘unruly mobs’ had begun torching and vandalising shops and property of the minority community on February 28, 2002. A ...Asian Age, 3 weeks ago All that you need to know about the 2002 Gulbarg society massacre Mid Day, 1 week ago Sentencing in Gulberg case on Friday Deccan Herald, 1 week ago Gulberg verdict: Court to pronounce quantum of punishment on June 17 Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Even as our world becomes smaller and more interconnected by the day with time and space becoming largely irrelevant, we seem to be further withdrawing ourselves into our own, little tiny shells. Look at the absurdity of Britain's EU referendum.Arab News, 1 day ago March of fascism, across the land Kashmir Times, 1 day ago
Communal violence is the big bane of Indian society. While on one hand the innocents are killed the guilty mostly get away without any punishment. The rate of prosecution of riot cases is very low. Even where punishments are meted out the big fish ...Counter Currents, 3 days ago
NEW DELHI— An Indian court has handed down life terms to 11 Hindus convicted of murder in one of the massacres during deadly riots that swept India's Gujarat state 16 years ago when Prime Minister Narendra Modi headed the state administration. ...VOA News, 1 week ago Indian court hands down 11 life sentences for 2002 anti-Muslim rioting UPI, 1 week ago 11 found guilty of Gujarat murders in anti-Muslim riots of 2002 Abu Dhabi National, 3 weeks ago
Sitting Bharatiya Janata Party corporator Bipin Patel was among the acquitted while Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader Atul Vaidya figures among the 13 convicted for lesser offences. More than 14 years after the ghastly Gulberg massacre that killed 69 people including former Congress member of Parliament Ehsan Jafri, 24 people were on Thursday convicted by a special court in Ahmedabad which acquitted 36 others and dropped conspiracy charges against all the accused in one of the worst riots ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
A book "Gujarat Behind the Curtain", exposing the misdeeds of the administration and police during 2002 Gujarat violence was launched at a function held here. Bhopal was chosen for the launching programme because no other organisation gave consent ...The Echo Of India, 1 month ago NEW BOOK ON GUJARAT RIOTS GIVES GORY DETAILS IPA Newspack.com, 1 month ago
In September 2014, at Madison Square Garden in New York, India's prime minister, Narendra Modi, addressed a crowd of nearly 20,000 people. It was a sold-out spectacle worthy of a lush Bollywood production, with dancers warming up the audience and ...The New Republic Online, 1 month ago
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