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Replace Naroda Gam massacre case judge: Victim writes to Gujarat HC

A 2002 Naroda Gam massacre case victim wrote to the Gujarat High Court on Tuesday seeking replacement of the special SIT judge hearing the matter with an "impartial" one.

Gujarat HC to hear 2002 Naroda Patiya riot case appeals from July 13

 The final hearing on appeals in the case related to 2002 Naroda Patiya riots, in which 97 people, mostly Muslims, were killed, would start before the Gujarat High Court from July 13.

Naroda Patiya case: Convict Babu Bajrangi gets three-month bail

 The Gujarat High Court on Thursday granted temporary bail of three months to former VHP leader Babu Bajrangi, who is convicted in the 2002 Naroda Patiya riot case, on medical grounds.

Kodnani was present at Patiya massacre scene: SIT tells HC

Former Gujarat Minister Mayaben Kodnani was present at the Naroda Patiya riot-affected area, where 97 people were killed in the year 2002, the Supreme Court-appointed SIT's lawyer told the court here on Tuesday on the basis of testimonies of three witnesses in the case.

2002 riots: Former Gujarat minister Maya Kodnani granted bail by HC

Former Gujarat minister Maya Kodnani, convicted in the 2002 Naroda Patia riot case, was granted regular bail by the High Court on Wednesday.

SIT to seek SC guidance on Kodnani death penalty issue

The Gujarat government had done a U-turn on the death penalty for ex-minister Maya Kodnani and nine others, convicted in 2002 Naroda Patiya riot case.

Naroda Patiya riots case: Petition in Gujarat High Court

Petition by victims of Naroda Patiya riots of 2002 has been filed in Gujarat High Court, seeking direction to Special Investigation Team (SIT) to file report on investigation into "larger conspiracy".

Gujarat riot case convict nabbed in Maharashtra

City police`s crime branch on Thursday arrested an absconding convict of 2002 Naroda Patiya massacre case.

Kodnani`s instigation brought death to Naroda resi

Had the former Gujarat minister and BJP MLA Maya Kodnani not instigated a mob, 96 persons from the minority community would not have been massacred in Naroda Patiya on February 28, 2002, a special court has concluded.

`Modi abandoned loyalists after Naroda verdict`

Suspended IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt, a known Narendra Modi baiter, has accused the Gujarat Chief Minister of "abandoning" his "loyal lieutenants".

Naroda Patiya riots: Kodnani gets 28 yrs in jail, life term till death for Bajrangi

Maya Kodnani was on Friday sentenced to 28 years in jail for her involvement in the 2002 post-Godhra Naroda Patiya riots case.

Naroda Patiya case: Will Kodnani, Bajrangi get death?

Former BJP minister Maya Kodnani and Bajrang Dal leader Babu Bajrangi were convicted on Wednesday in the 2002 Naroda Patiya riots case in Gujarat.

Riots verdict enhances people`s faith: Khurshid

Law Minister Salman Khurshid on Wednesday welcomed the verdict in the 2002 Naroda Patiya riots case in Gujarat.

Narendra Modi’s role must be probed: Congress

The Congress party on Wednesday attacked Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi after sitting BJP MLA Mayaben Kodnani was convicted in the Naroda Patiya riot case.

Court reserves verdict in Naroda massacre case

A special court here on Saturday reserved its verdict in the Naroda Patiya communal riots case.

One arrested for RTI activist Saiyed’s murder

The Gujarat Police, Tuesday, arrested one person in connection with the murder of RTI activist and 2002 riots witness Nadeem Saiyed.

Give security to Naroda Patiya witnesses: Court

A special court here on Thursday
directed the Special Investigation Team to provide adequate
security to witnesses of the 2002 Naroda Patiya case.

NGO seeks SIT report in Naroda Patiya riot case

An NGO filed an application seeking a direction to the
SIT, investigating 2002
Naroda Patiya riot case to submit the ATR before the court.

Naroda Patiya riot case unparallelled in modern society: HC

Terming the killing of 95 people
in Naroda Patiya area of the city during 2002 riots as
"unparallelled in modern society", the Gujarat High Court has
said such incidents "undermine the very foundation of law".