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Afzal Guru’s village ‘honours his sacrifice’ PDF Print E-mail
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8 May 2014

Sopore: As Kashmir went to polling for third phase of Lok Sabha elections on Wednesday, Mohammad Afzal Guru’s wife Tabassum preferred to spend her day inside her house at Seer Jagir here. “I have no interest to know whether people participate in elections. I did not even move out or watch TV to know the polling trend. I believe the people’s participation in elections will not make any difference to the Kashmir issue, or to the martyrs, who sacrificed their lives for the cause,” Tabassum said.

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CBI considering taking over Narendra Dabholkar murder case PDF Print E-mail
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27 April 2014

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) today informed the Bombay High Court that it was considering taking over the probe into the murder of anti-superstition activist Narendra Dabholkar. Making this statement, CBI lawyer Rebecca Gonsalves sought time to seek instructions from agency's head office in this regard.

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Chapter 84: An Investigation into the Anti-Sikh Riots in Delhi PDF Print E-mail
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23 April 2014

Cobrapost InvestigationRevisiting 1984, Cobrapost unfolds on camera for the first time the inaction Delhi Police officers who failed to protect Sikhs from frenzied mobs after then prime minister Indira Gandhi was assassinated by her two Sikh guards Satwant Singh and Beant Singh in New Delhi on October 31, 1984.

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He was mistaken for a Maoist, says SP; family cries foul PDF Print E-mail
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20 April 2014

 

A youth from Mangalore was shot dead reportedly by Anti-Naxal Force (ANF) personnel at Tanikodu check-post on the Sringeri–Karkala Road around 4 a.m. on Saturday. While the police said that the ANF personnel mistook him for a Maoist, his family and an MLA alleged that the youth was shot dead without any provocation and demanded an inquiry.

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Women protesting GMR's hydel project charged with 'inciting communal riots' PDF Print E-mail
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16 April 2014

Author(s):
Anupam Chakravarthy

Shifting of 15 km-long tunnel and the power house of Bajoli Holi project in Himachal from the right bank of the Ravi river to the left bank will disrupt lives and forest rights of tribal people in four gram panchayats. Himachal Pradesh police has charged 31 women of Gaddi tribe from the remote Holi area of of Chamba district, who were protesting against a hydropower project near their homes, with causing hurt to government officials and “inciting communal riots”.

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