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Temple Vs Mosque- : My loudspeaker versus your loudspeaker

Express investigation part-II: My loudspeaker versus your loudspeaker Written by Appu Esthose Suresh | Saharanpur/ Bijnor/ Moradabad | August 6, 2014   A temple and a mosque in Nehtaur, Bijnor, each with its own loudspeaker. There was a communal incident in the town… Continue Reading →

Media coverage of Saharanpur Riots – Good rioters and bad rioters

  Compare TV coverage of the Saharanpur riot with print’s efforts and for once, the former did a better job. But look carefully at riot coverage in general and you find a double standard emerging, says JYOTI PUNWANI Posted/Updated Sunday, Aug 03 02:11:32, 2014… Continue Reading →

Modi anti-visa pressure came from multiple sources

NARAYAN LAKSHMAN   U.S. Congressmen felt granting a visa to him would be contradictory to international law. TOPICS diplomacy India-United States international relations Lobbying by U.S. lawmakers, concern over extra-judicial deaths in Gujarat and the tenth anniversary of the 2002… Continue Reading →

Case against Teesta Setalvad or the Gujarat Model of Vindictive Action

  As the hearing in the anticipatory bail applications of Teesta Setalvad, Javed Anand and three survivors of the Gulberg society massacre, Tanvir Jafri, Salim Sandhi and Firoz Gulzar Pathan comes up on July 9, 2014, IndiaResists.com recapitulates the case against… Continue Reading →

Allow Sanjiv Bhatt to inspect ’02 riots intel docs, HC directs panel

Express News Service | Ahmedabad | June 17, 2014   sanjiv Bhatt SUMMARY Next hearing in the case scheduled for June 26. The Gujarat High Court on Monday directed the Nanavati Commission, which is probing the 2002 riots, to allow suspended… Continue Reading →

Maharashtra – 187 rioting cases, 710 Hindu radicals held in last week

Vijay V Singh,TNN | Jun 7, 2014, 05.52 AM IST   MUMBAI: Since last week, police have registered 187 rioting cases across the state, mainly in western Maharashtra, and arrested at least 710 miscreants belonging to various radical Hindu outfits for attacking… Continue Reading →

#Sundayreading – ‘En Dino Muzaffarnagar’ portrays the grisly outcome of electoral communalism

Film Review Saturday, 3 May 2014 – 4:55pm IST | Agency: DNA The film is a grim, cautionary tale “The Punjab seemed to have become a howling wilderness of beasts rather than a land of human beings. All humanity disappeared”,… Continue Reading →

A day in the diary of a Gujarat survivor #NaMO #Feku #NOMOre_2014

  I opened my copy of a national newspaper this morning, feeling hope. Strange, because like most of us, I haven’t looked at the newspaper as anything but a source of despair for quite some time now. The last few days of… Continue Reading →

Gujarat, Just Another Smelly, Dusty,Congested State

By SANJAY AUSTA Wed Apr 16, 2014 Has Gujarat , the most western lying Indian state finally fallen off India’s map to sit at the high table of developed nations in the West? It would seem so if you go… Continue Reading →

Modi – Prefer loss to seeking votes on religion -OR IS IT guilt hanging?

BJP’s PM nominee says he doesn’t believe in dividing voters on religious lines   OUR POLITICAL BUREAU NEW DELHI Narendra Modi, whose refusal to wear a skull cap some three years ago has become a talking point during this election… Continue Reading →

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