Muzamil Jaleel The Indian Express Group

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Not just Patna, Gujarat riots a refrain in many other blast probes

Thursday 7 November '13

Officials have mentioned Gujarat riots-and the subsequent sense of “grievance and injustice”- as a “motive.”
SP salts victims' wounds, says relief camp better than home

Saturday 26 October '13

The committee has recommended that the camp, which has come up “forcibly on forest land”, should be closed.
TSD had 'tapped' J&K CM's phones, his govt says it found out

Saturday 21 September '13

Ruling National Conference calls for CBI, judicial probe, wants minister Mir dropped.
J&K: Moles caught playing ‘double game’, 8 arrested

Tuesday 17 September '13

The arrested include a 'top asset' who had been detained several times
Himayat Baig writes to HC: Let there be fresh probe, this time by NIA

Wednesday 11 September '13

Baig has already been awarded five death and six life sentences for Pune bombings.
Music, memory, protest

Saturday 7 September '13

The plan to oppose Zubin Mehta’s concert with another concert in Srinagar is significant. It is a moment of departure in Kashmir.
German Bakery blasts: Was Yasin Bhatkal with Baig or was he with Qateel Siddiqui?

Saturday 7 September '13

There are 2 versions, one by Maharashtra ATS, the other by Delhi, Bangalore police; all ears now on Bhatkal
Action needed from Omar, not just words

Saturday 17 August '13

Omar Abdullah looked for a reason behind the “hyped up” response to Kishtwar violence.
The politics of clashes and polarising Kishtwar

Wednesday 14 August '13

The BJP chose this one incident from among hundreds in Jammu and Kashmir
Meanwhile, J&K police get 4 Pak bodies and some questions

Thursday 8 August '13

The list included a 12-bore gun, an unlikely militant weapon.
After Batla conviction, defence’s questions

Tuesday 6 August '13

The defence of Shahzad Ahmed, convicted of opening fire during the Batla House encounter that left inspector M C Sharma dead and two policemen injured
‘I identified one of the militants whom I saw on TV as Babar’

Wednesday 17 July '13

Alleged Lashkar-e-Toiba militants Shahid Mehmood and Zahid Hafiz were shot dead by J&K Police on June 28, 2004
Ishrat Jahan link: Untold story of a J-K encounter

Wednesday 17 July '13

Pak militant who identified Amjad Ali from TV was killed days after 2004 Gujarat encounter.
‘I identified one of the militants whom I saw on TV as Babar’

Wednesday 17 July '13

Alleged Lashkar-e-Toiba militants Shahid Mehmood and Zahid Hafiz were shot dead by J&K Police on June 28, 2004
Konan Poshpora mass rape: 22 years on, state still out to scuttle probe

Thursday 11 July '13

Three confidential reports and sequence of events explain how demands for fair investigation were thwarted.
Too many problems at home, Sharif govt puts Kashmir on backburner

Monday 8 July '13

‘Survival number one priority’ in Pakistan amid US drone attacks, energy crisis and homegrown terror
Habibullah breaks silence: Govt deleted key portions of my report on J&K mass rape case

Sunday 7 July '13

1991 case: Report was used to give Army a clean chit; J&K court rejects closure report
Who Let the Valley Down?

Saturday 6 July '13

AG Noorani’s new book is an indictment of the subcontinent’s leaders for letting the Kashmir wound fester
How New Delhi manages Kashmir

Thursday 4 July '13

It doesn’t talk to it, or listen. Political initiatives are launched to tide over moments of crisis, to be abandoned as soon as they pass
Looming over Srinagar, Army's giant message triggers unease

Monday 24 June '13

Critics say chest-thump unnecessary, environmentally damaging


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