Friday, June 14, 2024

Topic: Gujarat

Free, drop charges against Teesta Setalvad: Human Rights Watch

The Indian authorities should immediately release the prominent human rights activist Teesta Setalvad, drop all charges against her, and stop their relentless attacks against her, Human Rights Watch said on Tuesday.

SC judgement in Zakia Jafri case was deeply disappointing: Congress

The Supreme Court’s judgement dismissing a petition by Zakia Jafri in connection with the 2002 Gujarat Muslim genocide was deeply disappointing, the Congress said on Tuesday.

Gujarat: College principal issues notice asking students to join BJP, resigns after backlash

The principal of a college in Gujarat’s Bhavnagar had asked students to enroll themselves in the Bharatiya Janata Party.

“Idea came from Modi himself:” What Hindutva men said about Narendra Modi’s role in Gujarat 2002?

In contrast to the verdict, the former journalist Ashish Khetan’s investigations into the 2002 Gujarat violence as an undercover journalist with a spy camera brings out the complicity of the police and the chief minister at that time, Narendra Modi.

New SIT to probe RB Sreekumar, Teesta Setalvad, Sanjiv Bhatt for criminal conspiracy

A day after arresting human rights activist Teesta Setalvad and former top police official R.B. Sreekumar for alleged forgery regarding the 2002 Gujarat Muslim genocide cases, the Gujarat Police on Sunday formed a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe their role in the case.

Roughed up by Gujarat ATS, part of elaborate witch-hunt: CJP defends Teesta Setalvad

Citizens for Justice and Peace, a Mumbai-based Human rights group, on Saturday alleged that its secretary Teesta Setalvad was roughed up as she was picked up from her Mumbai home by a unit of the Gujarat Anti Terrorism Squad (ATS).