Amit Shah’s case: A complete mockery of Justice system

Amit Shah's case: A complete mockery of Justice system

Once again the Indian Investigating agencies and Judiciary have failed the people of India by letting out a powerful political leader despite having enough evidence of involvement in a henious crime. Amit Shah has been acquitted by the Special CBI Court, Bombay, in the Sohrabuddin murder case even before the trial for the case could start. Sohrabuddin case has been… Read more →

Supposedly IT savvy NDA Govt has censored sites like Github, Vimeo

Supposedly IT savvy NDA Govt has censored sites like Github, Vimeo

Multiple reports are coming in about an extremely unusual bout of Internet censoring in India. Sites like Vimeo, DailyMotion, Github, Pastebin etc have been blocked by various ISPs across India on the orders of the NDA Government. While Vimeo & Dailymotion are Youtube like video hosting sites, Github is a site that is used by every 2nd software engineer in… Read more →

Saffronization of Education

Saffronization of Education

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and its sister organizations are acting swifty to brain-wash school kids with their hatred filled fascist ideology in the name of Indian culture. They are re-writing books of school kids in which they claim that all the scientific discoveries were already discovered in ancient India by making ridiculous analogies with Indian mythological books. This systematic destruction… Read more →

The Age of Controversies – Incidental or Planned?

The Age of Controversies - Incidental or Planned?

Love Jihad, Godse, Conversions, Astrology, Vedas, Gita, Plastic Surgery etc etc- Modi’s first six months in office have been all about controversies. Every day, a BJP leader makes a communal/divisive/controversial statement and that keeps the entire media and the populace busy for the day. But, are these controversies incidental or is this a very well thought out plan to make… Read more →

VHP rears its ugly head in Gujarat once again, CM Anandiben remains a mute spectator

VHP rears its ugly head in Gujarat once again, CM Anandiben remains a mute spectator

Rioters have become active in Gujarat once again. Attempts are being made to revive communalism in an Gujarat which is known to be a communal tinderbox. Baroda was under the grip of riots since September 25th 2014, first day of Navratri. Riots continued for five days in one km area of old city namely Yakutpura, Fatehpura, Bhandwada and Hathikhana, when… Read more →

Narendra Modi hits the campaign trail, bluffing starts.

Narendra Modi hits the campaign trail, bluffing starts.

In the run up to the 2014 Elections, Modi had become known for distorting facts and figures to suit his propaganda. At TruthOfGujarat, we had exposed a lot of these Modi-bluffs repeatedly. With the Maharashtra and Haryana state elections around the corner, Modi has hit the campaign trail again. And Modi’s been caught bluffing yet again.

Is Modi trying to turn India into one giant ‘lawless’ SEZ?

Is Modi trying to turn India into one giant 'lawless' SEZ?

When Modi became the Chief Minister of Gujarat in 2001, one of his primary focus was to build as many Special Economic Zones (SEZs) as he could to make his industrialist friends happy. According to Gujarat Government, there are presently 55 SEZs in Gujarat covering an area of approximately 27,125 hectares. Some of the SEZs have been given away to… Read more →

Baroda’s BJP leader Manish Wagh arrested in connection with burning of Hindu Houses

Baroda's BJP leader Manish Wagh arrested in connection with burning of Hindu Houses

Navgujarat Samay which is Times Of India group’s Gujarati daily has reported in its October 1st issue that Manish Wagh, BJP Baroda’s Ward Pramukh (Chief), has been arrested in connection with burning of several houses of Hindu families in the Navapura area of Baroda. Along with Manish Wagh, 36 other officer bearers of BJP were also arrested in this connection…. Read more →

BJP Appointed Kerala Governor P Sathasivam’s Graham Staines Judgement Revisited

BJP Appointed Kerala Governor P Sathasivam's Graham Staines Judgement Revisited

P Sathasivam, the BJP appointed Governor of Kerala, was part of the Supreme Court bench who had upheld the Orissa High Court’s decision to commute the death sentence to life imprisonment in the case of Dara Singh, who played the lead role in the burning alive of Australian missionary Graham Stuart Staines and his young sons Timothy and Philip. The… Read more →

Gujarat Police in the dock yet again in the 2002 Rath Yatra case

Gujarat Police in the dock yet again in the 2002 Rath Yatra case

DG Vanzara, NK Amin and JG Parmar, the encounter specialists of Gujarat, are in a fix yet again. Right before the 2002 Rath Yatra, news papers in Gujarat carried the news of a plan to attack the Rath Yatra which was foiled by Ahmedabad Crime Branch in a big way. The Gujarat Police claimed that they had seized large amounts… Read more →

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