Full Coverage - Gujarat riots
The two-storey house stands out in its locality of Hanuman Tekri (the Hanuman hillock).
Friday , 17 February '12Hindu-Muslim ventures are on rise in riots epicentre but can economics alone bridge communal divide.
Wednesday , 15 February '12The site of two of the bloodiest massacres of the 2002 Gujarat riots, Naroda has gone a long way towards wiping its slate clean — literally.
Wednesday , 15 February '12The three are among the 5,000-odd survivors of two of the worst massacres
Tuesday , 14 February '12Amina Behlim saw a neighbour being raped by 11 men and sheltered her for five years.
Tuesday , 14 February '12Abdul Sattar, who has come for a funeral in Naroda Gam, points to a well where bodies of those killed in the riots were allegedly dumped.
Tuesday , 14 February '12A young boy gets down at the last stop of the Bus Rapid Transit System on the RTO-Naroda route and says, “Where is this Naroda Patiya, the riot spot, actually located?”
Monday , 13 February '12Children play cricket in open ground next to burnt and corroded S-6 coach parked outside the railway yard.
Monday , 13 February '12One of the first stories to emerge after the attack on Sabarmati Express was that a Muslim girl had been molested and dragged into the S-6 coach.
Monday , 13 February '12Jafris had many reasons to celebrate on February 28, 2002. But by evening that day, Zakia’s husband had been killed on the streets with 68 other neighbours.
Monday , 13 February '12The folded hands, those eyes, take you back 10 years—to the bloodshed in Gujarat and the haunting face.
Thursday , 2 February '12The killing of a Naroda Patiya resident, who was found dead in a Mehsana hotel on Tuesday, is suspected to be a murder in “cold blood”.
Friday , 30 December '11Bhatt says Narendra Modi, Zadafia had been kept informed about violence in Ahmedabad.
Thursday , 29 December '11He says he had nothing to do with bringing back of Godhra victims' bodies to Ahmedabad hospital.
Saturday , 6 August '11K K Mysorewala identified five accused in the cour — Bajrangi, Umesh Bharvad, Murali Narayan, Raju Choumal and B J Rajput.