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Sunday, 22 October, 2017, 23:50 GMT
Atrocities against Indian Muslims
Gujarat massacre cases sabotaged
The ringleaders of massacres committed in 2002 are still roaming free in Gujarat, Human Rights Watch (HRW)charged in a new report released today.
Gujarat Hindus acquitted
A court in the western Indian state of Gujarat has acquitted 21 Hindus accused of burning alive 12 Muslims in a bakery last year.
India: Carnage in Gujarat Unpunished
One year after the beginning of communal violence in Gujarat that claimed over 2,000 lives, there have been no convictions of those responsible and little in the way of promised relief for victims, Human Rights Watch said today.
Delhi seeks Ayodhya worship ban end
The Indian Government has urged the Supreme Court to lift a ban on worship at a site in the northern town of Ayodhya, where a Hindu mob demolished an ancient mosque.
'Anti-Muslim' row hits India
India's National Commission for Minorities has demanded to hear tapes containing allegedly disrespectful remarks about Muslims made by Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.
Hinud leader says Gujarat massacre was a "successful experiment"
The Council of Indian Muslims - UK (CIM) has strongly condemned the threat by VHP's President Ashok Singhal, reported by the Indian press yesterday, in which he described the genocide of Muslims in Gujarat as a "successful experiment" and warned to repeat it in other parts of the country.
Indian president in Gujarat appeal
Indian President Abdul Kalam has urged the authorities in the state of Gujarat to speed up assistance to the victims of religious rioting which erupted in February.