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Apr 07, 2019
LK Advani led BJP's Hindu nationalism movement in 80s, 90s; espousing diversity today won't erase his pastLK Advani was the driving force behind the BJP's Indian nationalism and Hindutva concepts. Today, when he reminds the party about the BJP's 'respect' for 'diversity' and 'freedom of choice', does he expect them — or us — to believe him?
Sep 12, 2018
Had Congress lost closely-fought MLA seats from 1960 to 2000, India would've seen 11% more communal riots: StudyIf the Congress had lost all the elections it narrowly won at the district level between 1960 and 2000, India would have experienced 11 percent more Hindu-Muslim riots (1,114 instead of 998) and 46 percent more riot casualties (43,000 instead of 30,000), according to the study.
Oct 10, 2017
Gujarat High Court commutes death sentences of 11: From incident to verdict, the important facts of 2002 Godhra train carnageFollowing are the important facts of the Godhra train burning case, in which the Gujarat High Court is likely to pronounce its verdict. 59 people had died in the incident.
Nov 26, 2014
SC denies bail to accused in 2002 Gulberg Society massacreThe cases relate the riots in Gulberg Society, Ode, Sardarpura, Narodao Gaon, Naroda Patya, Machipith, Tarsali, Pandarwada and Raghavapura.
Nov 05, 2014
Muharram procession in Bawana: No violence but Muslims remain fearfulFrightened residents of the Muslim-majority JJ Colony in Bawana area of north-west Delhi spent a sleepless night even after their taziya procession was over without any major incident on Tuesday.
Apr 15, 2014
Bail plea of three Muzaffarnagar riots accused rejectedA local court has rejected bail plea of three accused in a riot-related murder case.
Oct 28, 2013
Muzaffarnagar riots: UP govt to dole out Rs 90 crore for displaced MuslimsThe Uttar Pradesh government has decided to dole out Rs 90 crore as a one-time financial aid to some 1,800 riot-hit Muslim families still in refugee camps so that they start life anew.
Aug 16, 2013
Kishtwar violence: Curfew continues into eighth dayCurfew continued for the eighth day on Friday in Jammu and Kashmir's Kishtwar town as union Home Secretary Anil Goswami arrived here to review the law and order situation