If Ishrat Jahan trial goes to court PM Modi, Amit Shah may be summoned as accused, says Congress

If Ishrat Jahan trial goes to court PM Modi, Amit Shah may be summoned as accused, says Congress

The Congress said on Sunday that it was the duty of the judiciary to decide if Ishrat ​Jahan was a terrorist or not.

India finds no terror link to Pakistani boats recovered off Gujarat coast

India finds no terror link to Pakistani boats recovered off Gujarat coast

The security agencies have said that the boats found along the Gujarat coast belonged to Pakistani fishermen.

MHA constitutes high-level team to probe missing Ishrat Jahan encounter case files

MHA constitutes high-level team to probe missing Ishrat Jahan encounter case files

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday constituted a high-level team to probe how some important files related to the alleged fake encounter of Ishrat Jahan went missing.

SC rejects PIL for quashing of case against Gujarat cops in Ishrat Jahan encounter

SC rejects PIL for quashing of case against Gujarat cops in Ishrat Jahan encounter

In a significant development, the Supreme Court on Friday refused to entertain a PIL seeking quashing of case against Gujarat cops in connection with the alleged fake encounter killing of Ishrat Jahan.

Chargesheet against Hardik in rioting case

The Gujarat Police have filed a chargesheet against Patel community leader Hardik Patel in a case of rioting and assault registered against him and 16 others at Visnagar town in July last year.

SC extends bail of Teesta Setalvad, her husband till April 28

SC extends bail of Teesta Setalvad, her husband till April 28

The Supreme Court Wednesday extended, till April 28, the interim bail granted to social activists Teesta Setalvad and her husband Javed Anand in the alleged misuse of funds collected by their NGO Sabrang Trust for setting up a museum at Gulbarga Society which witnessed one of the worst carnage during 2002 Gujarat riots.

Ishrat Jahan encounter case: Action taken by Gujarat cops at that time was genuine, says DJ Vanzara

Ishrat Jahan encounter case: Action taken by Gujarat cops at that time was genuine, says DJ Vanzara

At a time when the main opposition party Congress is cornered over the alleged encounter of Lashkar-e-Toiba operative Ishrat Jahan, retired IPS officer DG Vanzara on Wednesday justified the action taken by the Gujarat police in 2004.

Gujarat riots convict Suresh Chhara arrested for `attacking` journalist Revati Laul

Gujarat riots convict Suresh Chhara arrested for `attacking` journalist Revati Laul

The Gujarat Police on Thursday arrested Suresh Chhara, after journalist Revati Laul complained of alleged assault by the 2002 riots convict.

Quota stir: SC allows Gujarat police to file chargesheet against Hardik Patel

Quota stir: SC allows Gujarat police to file chargesheet against Hardik Patel

The Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed Gujarat police to file a charge sheet by Friday in a trial court in a criminal case lodged against quota stir leader Hardik Patel for allegedly instigating Patel community to kill policemen and adopt violent means to "wage war against Gujarat government".

Ex-Gujarat DGP wants 2002 Nanavati riot report released

The Modi government had on March 6, 2002 appointed justices Nanavati and Mehta to look into the February 27 Sabarmati Express train burning.

Gujarat Police gets time to probe Hardik for sedition

Gujarat Police gets time to probe Hardik for sedition

Hardik Patel hit the headlines after mobilizing hundreds of thousands of Patel community members seeking quotas in jobs and educational institutions.

Police to file FIR against Hardik for 'insulting' tricolour

Rajkot district superintendent of police Gagandeep Gambhir said on Sunday evening that the police would be registering an FIR against the Patel quota agitation leader Hardik Patel for "insulting" the national flag.

Gujarat to get its first all-women police band

State Home department has recently given its nod to form the first only-women police band at Ahmedabad city police HQ.

Patidar protesters meet Modi over 'atrocities', economic reservations

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday met a group of people complaining about what they said were atrocities by police in Gujarat during the anti-reservation agitation and asking for a changeover to a system of reservations based on economic status.

Hardik was not abducted by Gujarat police: Minister

Gujarat government on Wednesday said that Patel quota agitation leader Hardik Patel was not "abducted" by police as he claims and asserted that action will be taken against him as per law as it vowed to preserve peace in the state.

Gujarat quota stir: 'Missing' Hardik Patel surfaces after mysterious disappearance

Gujarat quota stir: 'Missing' Hardik Patel surfaces after mysterious disappearance

Patel quota agitation leader Hardik Patel, who went 'missing' after giving a slip to police yesterday, today surfaced under mysterious circumstances at a highway passing from Dhrangadhra town in Surendranagar district of Gujarat, claiming that he was abducted.

Patel group threatens ‘jail bharo’ across country if Hardik not released

Hours after patidar community leader Hardik Patel was detained in Gujarat on Saturday, his Patel Nav Nirman Sena demanded his release by the evening or warned of a nationwide "jail bharo" agitation.

Patel quota stir: CID to probe 'police atrocities'

Patel quota stir: CID to probe 'police atrocities'

The Gujarat government has entrusted the CID with the probe into alleged "atrocities" committed by police while tackling the Patel quota stir and declared compensation to those killed and injured in the violence last week.

Patel stir: Ban on mobile internet, social media lifted in Gujarat

Police on Tuesday lifted the ban they had imposed on mobile internet, social media and SMS services in the wake of violence during the Patel stir in various parts of the State last week.

Quota row: Gujarat HC slams police, says they transgressed law

The Gujarat High Court on Friday slammed the state police on the Patel quota violence saying they transgressed the law by committing atrocities on people and told the government that restoration of peace should be on high priority.