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British connections to massacres of Sikhs 1984

There has been no justice rendered for the Amritsar massacre of 1984. Last updated: 28 Mar 2014 11:38   Murky British connections to the Indian government’s attack on the Golden Temple in Amritsar in 1984 have fuelled demands for full disclosure in UK… Continue Reading →

Press Release – CJP Rebuts Further Malafide Allegations by Gujarat Govt #NOMOre_2014

Press Release  CJP Rebuts Further Malafide Allegations by Gujarat Government   The Gujarat police continue to deal in blatant falsehoods, twisted facts, deliberate jugglery of accounts and foul innuendos, with the malicious intent of colouring the public discourse and prejudice the… Continue Reading →

Modi – “Not enough evidence to convict” is the new “Clean Chit” #NOMOre

Jeopardy question: 10,000 red flags pointing to murder but no smoking gun. Answer: What is the going standard for a Prime Minister in India? (Clean chit baby!) Let’s say you’re selecting a domestic worker for your home – a chef…… Continue Reading →

India’s democratic institutions are too strong to let fascists win

THE FEAR OF FASCISM – Politics and play – Ramachandra Guha > I spent most of February in New Delhi, working in the archives, but also meeting friends old and new on the side. Naturally, much of the talk centred on… Continue Reading →

Defying NaMo

  Mumbai Mirror | Mar 4, 2014, 01.07 AM IST     Twelve years later, Mochi and Ansari came together on Monday for a seminar, ‘A Decade of Genocide’, at which Mochi asked Ansari to forgive him. Ansari did so, saying it… Continue Reading →

Narendra Modi and his Anarchy #NaMo #NOMOre

In 2012 Gujarat HC had indicted the Modi government over its failure to curb 2002 riots and protect fundamental rights. It asked the state to compensate over 500 religious structures damaged during the 2002 riots. The courtclearly pointed out the four… Continue Reading →

Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell The Farce of the SIT Investigation on Gujarat

A ruined life Zakia Jafri, widow of Ehsan Jafri with Teesta Setalvad book extract Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Nine hours, two sessions, 71 questions; yet, as a new book examines, all SIT’s done is put Modi’s defence on record, not challenge… Continue Reading →

Muzaffarnagar Report- Battered and Betrayed

BATTERED AND BETRAYED A REPORT OF VISIT TO MUZAFFARNAGAR, 19-20 JANUARY 2014 – Hasina Khan and Saumya Uma1 31 January 2014 A visit to the camps in Muzaffarnagar was made on 19 and 20 January 2014. The objective of the… Continue Reading →

India: Stop Forced Evictions of Muzaffarnagar Riot Victims

Ensure Aid, Safe Return or Resettlement, and Justice for Abuses JANUARY 17, 2014 “The Uttar Pradesh government responded to reports of relief shortages and rising children’s death toll by evicting riot victims from camps. Instead of protecting those in need,… Continue Reading →

#India – UP minister says people die in palaces too #muzaffarnagar #WTFnews

TNN | Jan 12, 2014, LUCKNOW: The latest insensitive remark on deaths in relief camps of Muzaffarnagar and Shamli comes from state sports minister Narad Raiwho said on Saturday that death occurs everywhere, even in palaces. “Death of children, adults or elderly is inevitable…. Continue Reading →

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