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Indian Man ousted from UAE After He Used Abusive Language against Journalist Rana Ayyub

As per the media reports available an unknown Indian man was asked to leave the UAE after he was sacked from a company here on Tuesday following the abusive comments he hurdled against noted journalist turned writer Rana Ayyub and Islam on a social media platform.

Gujarat: Muslim Majority Village Ransacked, Two killed, Media Reports

As per the reports emanating from the BJP ruled Gujarat, the state has again witnessed a communal violance claiming life of two member of the Muslim minority.

Modi, Hindu nationalism and the criminalisation of Muslims: South Asia Solidarity Group Event in London on March 17

South Asian Solidarity Group (SASG) is going to hold an event on topic: "Modi, Hindu nationalism and the criminalisation of Muslims" to commemorate the 15th anniversary of genocidal massacre of Muslims in Gujarat.

Journalist Rana Ayyub Releases Punjabi Version of her Noted Book “Gujrat Files” said Wants to Awake Indian Masses.

Noted investigative journalist Rana Ayub on launched the Punjabi version of her book the "Gujrat Files" at Prachin Kala Kendra, Sector 35 Chandigarh.

Rana Ayub to Release Punjabi Version of her Book “Gujrat Files” On 4th Dec at Chd

Noted investigative journalist Rana Ayub would be presiding over for releasing the Punjabi version of her book "Gujrat Files",

Audience Interaction with Ayyub Rana about book Gujarat Files at Chandigarh

Investigative Journalist Ayyub Rana was in Chandigarh on September 5 to interact with audience about her book Gujarat Files - an anatomy of cover up at Kisan Bhawan.

Rana Ayyub on Gujarat Files book at Chandigarh

Gujarat Files is the account of an eight-month long undercover investigation by journalist Rana Ayyub into the Gujarat massacre, fake encounters and the murder of state Home Minister Haren Pandya that brings to the fore startling revelations.

SDPI disappointed over Gulberg society massacre verdict; Calls it travesty of justice

The Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) has expressed its dismay and disappointment over the verdict in Gulberg Society, a Muslim residential pocket, massacre case wherein as many as 69 people, including former Congress MP Ehsan Jafri were killed in 2002.

I was misinterpretted, Both 1984 and 2002 were state led pogroms: Kanhaiya Kumar

Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union president and a young leftist Kanhaiya Kumar who had come under heavy criticism for his statement advocating differentiation between 1984 and 2002 massacres (read related news below), has offered a clarification maintaining that he was "misinterpreted" once again.

Sorry Kanhaiya, We Can’t Agree With You On 1984: Responses from Shehla Rashid and Sucheta De

Here are two responses on Kanhaiya’s statement differentiating between 1984 and 2002. One from JNUSU Vice-President and the Other from Sucheta De, a prominent leader of All India Students’ Association

1984 & 2002: Is My Violence Better Than Yours? A Fact Check

A badly written, and slightly garbled Press Trust of India report has stated that Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union President Kanhaiya Kumar has sought to differentiate between the 1984 anti-Sikh and 2002 anti-Muslim violence in Delhi and Gujarat respectively.

It is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong: Sanjiv Bhatt

It is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong. And all the more dangerous when the government is diabolically devious as well. After conducting a sham, ex-parte inquiry on completely fabricated charges of unauthorised absence from duty. - Sanjeev Bhatt.

Gujarat High Court judges recused themselves from Naroda Patiya massacre case

A division bench of Gujarat High Court recused itself from hearing appeals in Naroda Patiya massacre case related to massacre 97 Muslims by Hindu mobs.

US court dismisses 2002 Gujrat Massacre related lawsuit against Narendra Modi on ‘immunity’ grounds

A New York judge has reportedly dismissed lawsuit against Indian Prime Minister and former Gurjrat state Chief Minister Narendra Modi. The lawsuit filed by The American Justice Centre, a human rights group, had accused Narendra Modi for deliberate failure to stop 2002 massacre of Muslim minority population in Gujarat.

American Justice Center (AJC) offers $10,000 reward for service of summons on Narendra Modi

New York, USA : American Justice Center (AJC) has announce $10,000 reward for service of summons to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is currently visiting the United States of America. The summons were issued by a US Federal Court in a lawsuit filed by American Justice Center and two victims-cum- survivors of the Gujrat Mulim Massacre of 2002.

Narendra Modi, CM of Gujrat

David Cameron & Ed Miliband – Stop the Visit of Narendra Modi to UK; Remember the 2002 Gujarat genocide: says Online Petition

London, United Kingdom (August 21, 2013): As per information available with the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN), certain activists have started an online petition opposing prospective visit of India's Gujrat state's Chief Minister Narendra Modi to the UK.

Narendra Modi’s keynote address at Wharton School cancelled after protests from alumni base

Ludhiana, Punjab (March 14, 2013): It is learnt that a U.S. business school has cancelled it's plans for a video address by Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.

Hang me if proved guilty: Narindra Modi; Media says it’s challenge for those accusing him guilty

Gujrat, India (July 26, 2012): Narindra Modi, Cheif Minister of Gujrat State of India and development face of Hindutva ideology is reported to have stated that if he was guilty of collusion in the Gujarat massacre of Muslim minority population then he should be hanged.

Sikh body protests against Visa for Indian Politician with tainted Human Rights Record

Ottawa (January 17, 2011): The World Sikh Organization of Canada has written a letter of protest to Minister of Immigration Jason Kenney over government plans to host an Indian politician who was implicated in the massacre of more than 2,000 Muslim citizens in 2002 and was barred from visiting the U.S. in 2005.