NIA court rejects plea seeking to bar Pragya Singh Thakur from contesting polls, says 'wrong forum chosen' for petition
Nisar Sayyad, who lost his son in the blast, moved the court last week, urging it to bar Pragya Singh Thakur from contesting the election after the BJP fielded her from Bhopal, where she is locked in a battle with Congress veteran Digvijay Singh
By pitting Sadhvi Pragya against Digvijaya in Lok Sabha polls, BJP seeks to put end to 'Hindu terror' concept
Some billboards in central Delhi put up by a BJP sympathiser have turned the Congress' 2019 pre-poll catch phrase "Ab hoga Nyay" on its head. They feature an image of of an ill and pale looking Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur from a time when she was in custody during the UPA regime
2008 Malegaon blast-accused Sadhvi Pragya Thakur joins BJP, will contest Lok Sabha polls: Timeline of the case
Sadhvi Pragya Thakur, who is undergoing trial in the 2008 Malegaon Blast, has been announced as BJP candidate from the Bhopal Lok Sabha seat: Timeline of the case
After Mecca Masjid, Samjhauta blast accused let off: Poor history in delivering justice to victims of 'saffron terror' continues
A look at specific incidents from the past where Muslims were targeted in terrorist incidents, the conviction rate and trial of the case is disappointing
A month after key accused Lt Colonel Shrikant Purohit was granted interim bail by the Supreme Court, two more accused in the 2008 Malegaon blast case were granted bail on Tuesday.
Kiren Rijiju on Monday dismissed a Congress leader's accusations against the government on Lt Col Shrikant Purohit getting bail in the 2008 Malegaon blasts case
AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Monday accused the Modi government of "going soft" on terror cases after the Supreme Court granted bail to former Lt. Col. Prasad Shrikant Purohit
The Bombay High Court on Thursday issued notices to eight persons who were discharged earlier this year from the 2006 Malegaon bomb blasts case, seeking response to a petition filed by the Maharashtra government against their discharge
Impossible that accused Muslims would have decided to kill their own: NIA Court on 2006 Malegaon blast case
Special NIA court, which discharged eight accused in the Malegaon 2006 blast, observed that it was impossible that the accused who are Muslims themselves, would have decided to kill their own people to create disharmony in two communities, that too on a holy day of Shab-E-Barat.