Jaising claims that the government order is an act of "vindictiveness" and "nothing but an attempt to intimidate".
A special SIT court is likely to pronounce its verdict on Thursday in connection with a 2002 post-Godhra riots case of Gulberg Society.
Gujarat riots convict Suresh Chhara, who had been out on parole, was arrested on Thursday for allegedly assaulting journalist Revati Laul.
Despite all the Congress celebrations, the National Herald case will not help Sonia Gandhi do an Indira for the party by portraying herself as a martyr.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday faced questions on intolerance in India in recent months and 2002 riots in Gujarat.
An accused in Sabarmati Express train burning incident who was absconding since 2002 was arrested by the Godhra Local Crime Branch (LCB) in Gujarat's Panchmahal district on Friday, police said.
SC on Tuesday 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.
SC asked if the Gujarat HC, could command the state government to fund the restoration and repair of the religious structures that were damaged in the post-Godhra riots.
CPI(M) on Wednesday said CBI's raid on Teesta Setalvad's premises was the "most shocking instance of misuse" of government machinery.
Terming the Gujarat riots issue totally irrelevant, BJP accused Congress of raking it up for its political survival and said it should apologise to Modi.
Ehsan Jafri's daughter Nishrin Jafri Hussain on Sunday night shared a photo with her father with the 'SelfiWithDaughter'. In her post, she said, "SelfieWithDaughter: This one will haunt him for ever
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A special court conducting the trial in the 2002 Gulberg society riot case, where 69 people of the minority community were killed in post-Godhra violence, concluded its hearing today on a plea by survivors to arraign four former policemen as accused in the case.
Some of the Naroda Patiya 2002 riot victims claimed in Ahmedabad that police had denied permission to them to protest in front of the Gujarat High Court.
The Gujarat Assembly's budget session ended in Ahmedabad on Tuesday but findings of the '2002 riot probe panel' were not tabled.
The Supreme Court-formed SIT, the prosecution agency in 2002 Gulberg Society riot case, here today defended four former top-ranked Gujarat police officials in connection with survivors' plea to arraign them as accused.
The Supreme Court on Thursday extended the interim bail granted to advocate-activist Teesta Setalvad and her husband Javed Anand, while referring to a larger bench the question of personal liberty and requirement of effective investigation, including custodial interrogation.
Congress demanded early tabling of the Justice Nanavati report on the Gujarat riots in the Assembly.
Acquittal of six people in a case related to killing of three British nationals during Gujarat riots was slammed by the victims' family.
In a surprise development, a new bench of the Supreme Court will hear tomorrow the plea of social activist Teesta Setalvad and her husband seeking anticipatory bail in a case of alleged embezzlement of funds for a museum in Ahmedabad's Gulbarg Society that was devastated in the 2002 riots.