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#India – #Gujarat State of lawlessness

July 7, 2013 Nitya Ramakrishnan “Why this selective concern about encounter killings in Gujarat — these happen all over the country,” pleaded Gujarat’s lawyer at a Supreme Court hearing of veteran journalist B.G. Verghese’s public interest petition on 22 unexplained… Continue Reading →

[Exposé] Ishrat Jahan Encounter: CBI Probe Nails IB Officer’s Role

Shocking testimonies and a sting implicate IB Special Director Rajendra Kumar and Modi’s top guns. Rana Ayyub scoops the file RANA AYYUB 2013-06-29 , Issue 26 Volume 10 In cold blood In 2011, the SIT told the court that Ishrat was killed in… Continue Reading →

#India – Custodial Torture – Tailor, Farmer, Bootlegger, and many young men #mustread

The Hell Of Living Souls A tailor. A farmer. A bootlegger. Often just young men going about their day. brutally tortured, then acquitted. G Vishnu captures the impunity with which this happens. And why society needs to react G VISHNU , Tehelka… Continue Reading →

Gujarat -False and Forged Letter from Gulberg Society against Teesta Setalvad

PUBLIC STATEMENT A deliberate campaign to vilify the efforts to procure justice for the Victims of the carnage of 2002 that has been sustained and supported by vested powerful interests in Gujarat and the opposition party at the national level… Continue Reading →

Ishrat Jahan fake encounter: CBI arrests first IPS officer #Justice #Gujarat

Mahesh Langa, Hindustan Times Ahmedabad (21/2/2013) Shamima Kausar along with other relatives collect the body of her daughter Ishrat Jahan from Civil Hospital in Ahmedabad. CBI arrested IPS officer GL Singhal in connection with the fake encounter case. AFP/Sam Panthaky/Files… Continue Reading →

Framed and acquitted: My tryst with late Umarji

By Abu Zafar1/17/13   “Jail se aane ke baad mere ghar ke samne bahot se patrkaar the, magar maine unhe baat karne se mana kardia. Gujarat mein Sach baat kadvi lagti hai (There were several media persons present outside my… Continue Reading →

When ISI became a ‘front for SIMI’ #ban

Muzamil Jaleel : New Delhi, Mon Oct 01 2012, Indian Express   In the circles of police’s “SIMI investigations”, the name Maulana Naseeruddin comes up often. Sometimes he has been charged, sometimes his sons, sometimes his acquaintances. In one such case… Continue Reading →

The Kinship Of Impunity #justice #Law

By Mukul Dube 02 October, 2012 A Supreme Court decision of 26 September 2012 was reported in the newspapers in a manner that suggested wishful thinking. Headlines are necessarily abbreviated, and those in this instance said that the SC… Continue Reading →

Don’t give terror tag to innocent minority people: Supreme Court #goodnews

  26 September 2012 , By J. Venkatesan , The Hindu Police must ensure that no innocent person has the feeling of sufferance only because “my name is Khan, but I am not a terrorist,” a Bench of Justices H.L…. Continue Reading →

Down the memory Lane- #Gujarat #Kashmir

NARODA PATIA, AHMEDABAD, BY Ajay Raina May 23, 2002. I entered the narrow lane that led me to a cluster of houses where nobody lived now. I had often heard about this place. Constantly. Since that day on the morning… Continue Reading →

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