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Curb hate speech that triggers communal riots, says Teesta TNN | Mar 21, 2015, 03.24 AM IST

CHENNAI: Communal flare-ups get noticed only when the violence takes place. But the events that cause the flare-ups should be duly dealt with so that they don’t take place, said Teesta Setalvad, well-known civil rights activist on Friday. In her speech during a seminar held in the city, Setalvad recalled the history of communal violence…

Stay on Teesta’s arrest extended as Gujarat govt rewards lawyers Khaleej Times

The interim protection against arrest will continue till the larger bench takes up the matter, the apex court said Mahesh Trivedi / 20 March 2015 Ahmedabad — Even as the Supreme Court on Thursday extended the stay on the arrest of social activist Teesta Setalvad and her husband in a Rs 15-million Ahmedabad embezzlement case…

Go beyond just the obvious Hindustan Times

The media must ensure that people in power do not get away with crimes. It has failed in the case of the Gujarat riots. You might think that enough has been written about the Teesta Setalvad case. In fact I think the opposite is true: Not enough has been written or said. That’s because this…

Hounding an activist Frontline

Communalism The Gujarat Police’s pursuit of Teesta Setalvad, who has been fighting for the riot victims in Gujarat, in a case of “misappropriation” of funds smacks of political vendetta. By ANUPAMA KATAKAM Teesta Setalvad has always said they will get her one day. She has told this magazine several times that if Narendra Modi becomes…

Bully by the horns Manorama

By Nandini Oza Story Dated: Saturday, February 21, 2015 14:41 hrs IST Activists flay the Gujarat government for trying to arrest Teesta Setalvad On February 19, the Supreme Court directed the Gujarat Police not to arrest activist Teesta Setalvad and her husband, Javed Anand, in a case of alleged embezzlement of funds for building a…

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