The Gujarat High Court granted a stay on any legal action against rights activist Teesta Setalwad here on Monday, in a case related to posting allegedly objectionable pictures of Hindu gods and goddesses on Twitter.
Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Monday reportedly ordered probe into the alleged incident of a Ahmedabad hotel asking its Northeast employees to stay away during the three-day visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping in India earlier this month.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected the plea by Pradeep Sharma, a senior Gujarat cadre IAS officer now under suspension, seeking transfer of investigations in five cases filed against him from the state police to the CBI.
The Supreme Court-appointed Special Task Force (STF) on Thursday filed an application before the special CBI court here seeking permission to interrogate Gujarat police officers in the 2002 Samirkhan Pathan encounter killing case.
Amid all-out attack by BJP, the Election Commission on Friday said permission to Narendra Modi`s rally in Varanasi city was denied after Gujarat police said the venue was not suitable but regretted the "delay" in conveying the decision to the party concerned.
Opposing the petition filed by social activist Teesta Setalvad and her husband seeking quashing of an FIR against them for alleged misappropriation of funds, Gujarat police on Tuesday told Bombay High Court that the duo had cheated victims of 2002 Godhra riots and "embezzled funds" collected in their name.
The top brass of CBI is analysing the evidence against the Intelligence Bureau officials gathered by the investigation team in the nine-year old Ishrat Jahan encounter killing case to ascertain whether their acts were part of routine duty or a conspiracy.
The Gujarat government has initiated a programme to provide training to school children, on the lines of National Cadet Corps (NCC), in a bid to inculcate defence mechanism skills and cultivate habits of good citizenship in the students.
The Centre on Sunday said it will inquire into alleged misuse of state machinery in Gujarat in the wake of alleged "snooping" on a woman from the state allegedly at the behest of Amit Shah, a close aide of BJP`s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi.
The Congress Monday led a delegation of women activists who submitted a memorandum to President Pranab Mukherjee demanding a judicial probe into the alleged stalking of a woman by Gujarat Police in 2009.