The Inferno of Hate and Horror in Gujarat, India (From 27 Feb 2002 on)
Courtesy: the deadly VHP, RSS, BJP and other operations of the Sangh Parivar (family of the Hindu right)
A public record on the pogrom and its aftermath

Dangey Matram !


Genocide in Gujarat: The Sangh Parivar, Narendra Modi, and the Government of Gujarat
Angana Chatterji, Lise McKean and Abha Sur. A report prepared for the Coalition Against Genocide - March 02, 2005. [on SACW since March 15, 2005] {in PDF}

[Following release of Bannerjee Panel's report]
Citizen's Letter to India's Prime Minister seeking release of people being unfairly held on charges of organising the Godhra train fire

India Justice, the victim: Gujarat state fails to protect women from violence

A report by Amnesty International [27 January 2005]
{in PDF}

India; Gujarat: A Promise Kept
by Mukul Dube [January 21, 2005]

Dousing the Godhra fire
by J Sri Raman
[January 20, 2005]

Godhra's Truth - Manufacturing Explanations for Communal Agenda
by Ram Puniyani
[January 20, 2005]

The Gujarat Genocide, Media, and the Congress
by Nalini Taneja
[January 20, 2005]

Discouraging Dissent: Intimidation and Harassment of Witnesses, Human Rights Activists and Lawyers in Gujarat - A Report by Human Rights Watch

Media is the medium of Communal "Khauf" [fear] in Gujarat by Digant Oza [December 20, 2004]

Gujarat Genocide Trials: Appeal for the Protection of Witnesses An Online petition [November 7, 2004]

Innovation in Media Censorship: Gujarat Experiment of Mini Emergency
by Digant Oza | September 11, 2004

Gujarat: the wheels of justice get moving
by Jyotirmaya Sharma [August 22, 2004]

POTA in Gujarat and Its Meaning for India
by Zakia Jowher and Mukul Dube [August 15, 2004]

Body of the Nation
Why women were mutilated in Gujarat

by Martha C. Nussbaum [Boston Review - Summer 2004]

Gujarat: Because Human spirit refuses to be vanquished...
by Biraj Swain and Somnath Vatsa [April 2004]


Threatened Existence: A Feminist Analysis of the Genocide in Gujarat
Report by the International Initiative for Justice (IIJ) [December 10, 2003]
{in PDF}

Gujarat state is the testing ground for fundamentalists'
`Hindutva' strategy of demonizing Muslims to solidify power
by Martin Regg Cohn

Gujarat - A state of unrest by Aakar Patel [Mid Day, November 2, 2003]

State Subversion: Gujarat's Victims Completely Isolated
by Harsh Mander
[November 22, 2003]

For latest information on Gujarat Riots and their aftermath see:
Shanti: An initiative for Justice, Peace and Communal Harnony
Gujarat Riots Coverage by Indian Express
Other Links:
Gujarat Institute of Development Research
Institute of Rural Management, Anand
Centre for Social Studies, Surat
Indian Institue of Management, Ahmedabad
NGO's in Gujarat:

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