Ajmer Dargah Blasts


'Ajmer Dargah Blasts' - 11 News Result(s)

  • Ajmer Blast Convict, Out On Bail, Gets Hero's Welcome In Gujarat Hometown

    Ajmer Blast Convict, Out On Bail, Gets Hero's Welcome In Gujarat Hometown

    A convict in the 2007 Ajmer Dargah blast case, in which three people were killed, was accorded a hero's welcome in Bharuch on Sunday by a large crowd, including members of the VHP, RSS and BJP, after being released on bail.

  • Ajmer Blast Case: Quantum Of Punishment Likely On March 22

    Ajmer Blast Case: Quantum Of Punishment Likely On March 22

    The special NIA court in Jaipur is likely to pronounce the quantum of sentence in the Ajmer Dargah bomb blast case on March 22 after it continued to hear arguments today on the sentencing of the two convicts. Defence counsel Jagdish Rana said the magistrate deferred the verdict and posted the matter for Wednesday.

  • Pakistan Calls Swami Aseemanand's Acquittal In 2007 Ajmer Blast Case "Regrettable"

    Pakistan Calls Swami Aseemanand's Acquittal In 2007 Ajmer Blast Case "Regrettable"

    Pakistan had summoned India's Deputy High Commissioner, JP Singh, on Friday to express its concern over the acquittal of right-wing activist Swami Aseemanand, an accused in the Samjhauta train blasts case, in a case of terrorism.

  • 10 Facts On Swami Aseemanand, Acquitted In Ajmer Dargah Blasts Case

    10 Facts On Swami Aseemanand, Acquitted In Ajmer Dargah Blasts Case

    Swami Aseemanand, accused in three of the worst terror cases around a decade ago, has been acquitted in one of them - the Ajmer Dargah blast of 2007, in which three people had died and 15 were injured. The 65-year-old had caused political ripples in 2014, when his alleged interview to a news magazine, Caravan, had upset the group and the BJP. His l...

  • Swami Aseemanand Acquitted In 2007 Ajmer Dargah Blast Case

    Swami Aseemanand Acquitted In 2007 Ajmer Dargah Blast Case

    Swami Aseemanand has been found not guilty of any link to a bombing at the famous Ajmer Dargah near Jaipur in 2007. He was accused of masterminding the attack by the National Investigation Agency which handles terror cases. The charges against Aseemanand included murder and spreading communal hatred.

  • If Aseemanand has made the disclosure, then it may be true: Sushil Kumar Shinde

    If Aseemanand has made the disclosure, then it may be true: Sushil Kumar Shinde

    According to reports by Caravan Magazine, Aseemanand, a key accused in the 2007 Ajmer Dargah blast case, has claimed that the Malegaon, Ajmer and Samjhauta Express attacks were sanctioned by the RSS top brass, including its chief Mohan Bhagwat. No prominent RSS leader has been named in the chargesheet of the Natoinal Investigating Ageny so far. The...

  • Charges framed against Aseemanand, 6 others in Ajmer blasts

    Charges framed against Aseemanand, 6 others in Ajmer blasts

    A special NIA court in Jaipur framed murder charges against seven persons, including key accused Aseemanand, in the 2007 Ajmer Dargah blast case.

  • Ajmer dargah blast case: Next hearing on Sep 29

    A special court on Tuesday put off the hearing in the 2007 Ajmer dargah bomb blast after the National Investigation Agency (NIA) failed to appoint a public prosecutor and fixed September 29 as the next date of hearing.NIA failed to appoint a public prosecutor due to which no arguments took place on the issue, court sources said.However, main accuse...

  • Court rejects Aseemanand's plea to turn approver

    Court rejects Aseemanand's plea to turn approver

    A local court today rejected the application of Swami Aseemanand, an accused in several terror cases, to turn an approver in the Ajmer Dargah blast after he claimed the plea was filed under the pressure from investigating agencies.     Chief Judicial Magistrate Ratan Lal Moond rejected Aseemanand's earlier application, following...

  • Ajmer Dargah blast case: Rajasthan Home Minister hints more arrests likely

    Rajasthan Home Minister Shanti Kumar Dhariwal has hinted that there could be a few more arrests in the Ajmer Dargah blast case and disclosure of a few more big names in the coming days.He, however, denied that the investigations in the case were being influenced.Responding to the allegations against politicisation of Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS), he ...

  • RSS rejects reports of functionary named in Ajmer charge sheet

    RSS rejects reports of functionary named in Ajmer charge sheet

    RSS on Saturday insisted that none of its leaders were involved in any anti-national activity and rejected reports that the name of one of its top leaders figure in the charge sheet filed in the Ajmer dargah blast."We reject the media reports that claim that the name of Indresh Kumar, a senior functionary from New Delhi, features in the Ajmer darga...

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'Ajmer Dargah Blasts' - 11 News Result(s)

  • Ajmer Blast Convict, Out On Bail, Gets Hero's Welcome In Gujarat Hometown

    Ajmer Blast Convict, Out On Bail, Gets Hero's Welcome In Gujarat Hometown

    A convict in the 2007 Ajmer Dargah blast case, in which three people were killed, was accorded a hero's welcome in Bharuch on Sunday by a large crowd, including members of the VHP, RSS and BJP, after being released on bail.

  • Ajmer Blast Case: Quantum Of Punishment Likely On March 22

    Ajmer Blast Case: Quantum Of Punishment Likely On March 22

    The special NIA court in Jaipur is likely to pronounce the quantum of sentence in the Ajmer Dargah bomb blast case on March 22 after it continued to hear arguments today on the sentencing of the two convicts. Defence counsel Jagdish Rana said the magistrate deferred the verdict and posted the matter for Wednesday.

  • Pakistan Calls Swami Aseemanand's Acquittal In 2007 Ajmer Blast Case "Regrettable"

    Pakistan Calls Swami Aseemanand's Acquittal In 2007 Ajmer Blast Case "Regrettable"

    Pakistan had summoned India's Deputy High Commissioner, JP Singh, on Friday to express its concern over the acquittal of right-wing activist Swami Aseemanand, an accused in the Samjhauta train blasts case, in a case of terrorism.

  • 10 Facts On Swami Aseemanand, Acquitted In Ajmer Dargah Blasts Case

    10 Facts On Swami Aseemanand, Acquitted In Ajmer Dargah Blasts Case

    Swami Aseemanand, accused in three of the worst terror cases around a decade ago, has been acquitted in one of them - the Ajmer Dargah blast of 2007, in which three people had died and 15 were injured. The 65-year-old had caused political ripples in 2014, when his alleged interview to a news magazine, Caravan, had upset the group and the BJP. His l...

  • Swami Aseemanand Acquitted In 2007 Ajmer Dargah Blast Case

    Swami Aseemanand Acquitted In 2007 Ajmer Dargah Blast Case

    Swami Aseemanand has been found not guilty of any link to a bombing at the famous Ajmer Dargah near Jaipur in 2007. He was accused of masterminding the attack by the National Investigation Agency which handles terror cases. The charges against Aseemanand included murder and spreading communal hatred.

  • If Aseemanand has made the disclosure, then it may be true: Sushil Kumar Shinde

    If Aseemanand has made the disclosure, then it may be true: Sushil Kumar Shinde

    According to reports by Caravan Magazine, Aseemanand, a key accused in the 2007 Ajmer Dargah blast case, has claimed that the Malegaon, Ajmer and Samjhauta Express attacks were sanctioned by the RSS top brass, including its chief Mohan Bhagwat. No prominent RSS leader has been named in the chargesheet of the Natoinal Investigating Ageny so far. The...

  • Charges framed against Aseemanand, 6 others in Ajmer blasts

    Charges framed against Aseemanand, 6 others in Ajmer blasts

    A special NIA court in Jaipur framed murder charges against seven persons, including key accused Aseemanand, in the 2007 Ajmer Dargah blast case.

  • Ajmer dargah blast case: Next hearing on Sep 29

    A special court on Tuesday put off the hearing in the 2007 Ajmer dargah bomb blast after the National Investigation Agency (NIA) failed to appoint a public prosecutor and fixed September 29 as the next date of hearing.NIA failed to appoint a public prosecutor due to which no arguments took place on the issue, court sources said.However, main accuse...

  • Court rejects Aseemanand's plea to turn approver

    Court rejects Aseemanand's plea to turn approver

    A local court today rejected the application of Swami Aseemanand, an accused in several terror cases, to turn an approver in the Ajmer Dargah blast after he claimed the plea was filed under the pressure from investigating agencies.     Chief Judicial Magistrate Ratan Lal Moond rejected Aseemanand's earlier application, following...

  • Ajmer Dargah blast case: Rajasthan Home Minister hints more arrests likely

    Rajasthan Home Minister Shanti Kumar Dhariwal has hinted that there could be a few more arrests in the Ajmer Dargah blast case and disclosure of a few more big names in the coming days.He, however, denied that the investigations in the case were being influenced.Responding to the allegations against politicisation of Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS), he ...

  • RSS rejects reports of functionary named in Ajmer charge sheet

    RSS rejects reports of functionary named in Ajmer charge sheet

    RSS on Saturday insisted that none of its leaders were involved in any anti-national activity and rejected reports that the name of one of its top leaders figure in the charge sheet filed in the Ajmer dargah blast."We reject the media reports that claim that the name of Indresh Kumar, a senior functionary from New Delhi, features in the Ajmer darga...

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