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Communal Riots In Gujarat


'Communal Riots In Gujarat' - 61 Video Result(s)

'Communal Riots In Gujarat' - 53 News Result(s)

  • Abu Jundal, 11 Others Convicted In 2006 Aurangabad Arms Haul Case

    Abu Jundal, 11 Others Convicted In 2006 Aurangabad Arms Haul Case

    Abu Jundal, an accused in the 26/11 Mumbai attack case, was convicted today along with 11 others in the 2006 Aurangabad arms haul case. The court accepted the prosecution's argument that the men wanted to strike terror and attack leaders like Narendra Modi, who was then the chief minister of Gujarat, and Praveen Togadia as an act of revenge for the...

  • Sacked Gujarat Officer Sanjiv Bhatt Didn't Come With Clean Hands: Supreme Court

    Sacked Gujarat Officer Sanjiv Bhatt Didn't Come With Clean Hands: Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court today dismissed the plea of sacked Gujarat cadre IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt seeking a court-monitored SIT probe in relation to the two FIRs lodged against him for allegedly forcing his subordinate to file an affidavit in a 2002 riots case and hacking email of a law officer.

  • Another Godhra Train Carnage Accused Arrested After 13 Years

    Another Godhra Train Carnage Accused Arrested After 13 Years

    On the run for more than 13 years, another accused in 2002 Godhra train attack that had triggered communal riots was arrested on Monday by Gujarat Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) in the third arrest of an absconding accused in the case in less than a fortnight.

  • More Than 200 Arrested for Vadodara Riots, Shops Opened Today

    More Than 200 Arrested for Vadodara Riots, Shops Opened Today

    More than 200 people have been arrested in the town of Vadodara in Gujarat after days of communal tension and violence between Hindus and Muslims.

  • Vadodara Tense After Communal Clashes, 140 Arrested

    Vadodara Tense After Communal Clashes, 140 Arrested

    140 people have been arrested in Vadodara, Gujarat, in connection with communal violence in the city allegedly triggered by an image posted on Facebook. Two men were stabbed yesterday during riots, the police said. No incident of violence has been reported today.

  • India Slams US Case Which Seeks to Summon PM Narendra Modi

    India Slams US Case Which Seeks to Summon PM Narendra Modi

    As he arrives for his first trip to the United States in over a decade, a US court has given Prime Minister Narendra Modi 21 days to answer allegations that he failed to stop the communal riots in Gujarat in 2002.

  • US Court Summons PM Narendra Modi in Gujarat Riots Case

    US Court Summons PM Narendra Modi in Gujarat Riots Case

    A US court has ordered Prime Minister Narendra Modi to answer allegations that he failed to stop the communal riots in Gujarat in 2002, overshadowing his first trip to the United States in over a decade.

  • Barack Obama May Have to Congratulate Narendra Modi this Week

    Barack Obama May Have to Congratulate Narendra Modi this Week

    President Barack Obama faces the prospect this week of having to offer his congratulations to Narendra Modi, who was barred from the United States less than 10 years ago after the 2002 communal riots in Gujarat.

  • Anupam Kher in controversy over 2002 riots documentary

    Anupam Kher in controversy over 2002 riots documentary

    A documentary on the communal riots that tore through Gujarat in 2002 has pitted its director Rakesh Sharma against Anupam Kher, the popular actor who has been accused of stalling its clearance in his capacity as chairperson of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) during the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government.

  • Concerns about communal violence in India: US

    Concerns about communal violence in India: US

    The United States continues to express concern about communal violence in India, the Obama Administration has said strongly refuting reports that it has gone soft on the Gujarat communal riots in 2002 and the alleged role of its Chief Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Narendra Modi's riot-tainted former minister Maya Kodnani given shock therapy

    Narendra Modi's riot-tainted former minister Maya Kodnani given shock therapy

    Maya Kodnani, a former minister in the Narendra Modi cabinet who was convicted for her involvement in one of the worst cases of communal rioting in Gujarat in 2002, is being given electric shock therapy at a government run hospital after being diagnosed with an acute depressive disorder.

  • Riots record 2013: Uttar Pradesh worst, Maharashtra next

    Riots record 2013: Uttar Pradesh worst, Maharashtra next

    A maximum of 247 communal violence-related incidents, which claimed 77 lives, took place in Uttar Pradesh in 2013, the government told Rajya Sabha today.

  • Was shaken to the core by 2002 riots, blogs Narendra Modi

    Was shaken to the core by 2002 riots, blogs Narendra Modi

    In his strongest expression of regret so far, Narendra Modi said today that he was "shaken to the core" by the communal riots that tore through his state in 2002, which he describes as a "harrowing ordeal I had gone through in those days at a personal level."

  • Narendra Modi will not face charges in 2002 riots, tweets satyamev jayate

    Narendra Modi will not face charges in 2002 riots, tweets satyamev jayate

    In major relief for Narendra Modi, a Gujarat court today accepted a clean chit given to him in the 2002 communal violence in the state, rejecting a petition against the chief minister filed by Zakia Jafri, whose husband Ehsan Jafri was burnt alive during the riots. Mrs Jafri had challenged the closure report of a Supreme-Court-appointed Special I...

  • With Narendra Modi verdict, former cop Sanjiv Bhatt's testimony rejected

    With Narendra Modi verdict, former cop Sanjiv Bhatt's testimony rejected

    A Gujarat court today ruled that there is no evidence to suggest that Narendra Modi, the BJP's prime ministerial candidate, colluded with the police and government officials to fan the communal violence that ripped through Gujarat in 2002, leaving over 1000 people dead.

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