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Gujarat riots

2002 riots: In this riot case, victims too are standing trial

Victims stood trial as they dug a suspected mass grave site looking for missing relatives.


Ameena Behlim at her home in Naroda Patiya. 	Express
Survivors living with memories of past struggle with the present

Friday , 9 March '12

“Pehle ka sab kuch yaad hai, abhi ka kuch bhi nahin,” says Ameena Abbas Behlim.
The school started in Aurangabad
A school in the name of Jafri in Maharashtra

Wednesday , 29 February '12

Beginning last year, the school has been observing the death anniversary of Jafri, when the Quran is read and sweets distributed to students
Naroda Patiya 2012: Fear lingers, hope lives

Tuesday , 28 February '12

300-odd Muslim families still feel unsafe some times, but a few are also partners in business of Hindu friends.
Photographs of Gujarat riot victims on the walls of burnt-out homes in Ahmedabad’s Gulberg Society on Monday. ...
As Sabarmati Exp enters Godhra in dead of night, some slogans, mostly silence

Tuesday , 28 February '12

As Sabarmati Express pulls into platform No 1, full 10 yrs after similar journey had ended in bloodshed.
Survivors find it hard to forget

Tuesday , 28 February '12

The dusty colony near Ahmedabad’s garbage dump at Pirana is where 183 riot-affected families from Naroda Patiya and Gulberg massacre have been re-located
Some want museum, others want school, hospital

Tuesday , 28 February '12

As they gathered at Gulberg Society to mark 10 years of the riots, residents were split on giving away their homes to be turned into a “museum”
Message on the burnt wall: ‘I miss you...’

Tuesday , 28 February '12

The area around Shyamaldas ni chaali in Chamanpura was swarming with policemen. Just opposite this chawl is Gulberg Society, where the first house is now a police outpost
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Four women judges hold promise of justice for 2002

Monday , 27 February '12

The train fire and the violence that followed took hundreds of lives
Four families who survived Ode seek safety in familiarity of fields

Monday , 27 February '12

Having lost 23 in riots of March 2002, they feel safe only in their fields outside Kanbhaipura village.
Gita Gopi
In Gujarat, women judges hold promise of justice for 2002

Sunday , 26 February '12

It’s 10 years since the Sabarmati Express burning at Godhra that set off the Gujarat riots.
One of the Muslim families that have returned to Kidiyad. 	Javed Raja
Witnesses hostile, case on the brink

Sunday , 26 February '12

The case against him has come a full circle 10 years later.
Her son was 13 years old in 2002
‘My son loved trains... Maybe he just hopped on to one’

Saturday , 25 February '12

Rupa Mody sends out CDs of Parzania, film about missing son
Here lived Muslims, rarely missed

Tuesday , 21 February '12

In riot-hit Dipda Darwaza, now an all-Hindu village, former neighbours remembered only as loyal voters
Kamal Chauhan (express photo)
‘Blast suspect sees himself as hero'

Monday , 20 February '12

NIA took took almost two years to identify Chauhan as one of the bombers.
Kashmir Singh’s sons at their home in Ferozepur district, Punjab(express photo)
He died in the stampede that followed

Monday , 20 February '12

“I don’t know who carried out these blasts, but whoever did this should be put to death
Mahmood Maqbool Qureshi (express photo)
Her husband was to join her in Pak five days later.

Monday , 20 February '12

A day later, Qureshi returned home to Pantha Chowk in Srinagar with the body of his wife.
Rukhsana (centre) with her family in Old Delhi(express photo)
‘Whoever could, jumped out of the moving train’.

Monday , 20 February '12

Now 25 and a mother of two, Rukhsana says it’s difficult to forget that journey five years ago.
Lalit Kumar’s parents at their home in west Delhi’s Old Mahabir Nagar(express photo)
He was escorting an elderly passenger to the general coach.

Monday , 20 February '12

“It’s never a man who dies; it’s an entire family".
Pratap Chand (left), father of RPF constable Rajinder Pal, at his tailoring shop in Gurdaspur, Punjab. “At thi...
He was on duty in the burning coach

Monday , 20 February '12

Pictures of his son Rajinder Pal, a constable with the Railway Police, hang on the walls of the shack.