जज लोया की मौत: प्रतिष्ठित वकील का आरोप, रवि भवन के उपस्थिति रजिस्टछर के साथ की गई छेड़छाड़ जिसमें जज के प्रवास संबंधी विवरण दर्ज था

By Atul Dev | 29 December 2017
वकील मिलिंद पखाले ने पुलिस में एक शिकायत दर्ज करायी है कि नागपुर के सरकारी अतिथि गृह रवि भवन के रजिस्‍टर में उन्‍होंने जो प्रविष्टि की थी, उससे छेड़छाड़ की गई है। पखले एक प्रतिष्ठित शख्‍स हैं और महाराष्‍ट्र के खैरलांजी में 2006 में हुए दलितों के नरसंहार के बाद गठित खैरलांजी ऐक्‍शन कमेटी के संयोजक हैं। जज बृजगोपाल हरकिशन लोया, जिनकी मौत 30 नवंबर और 1 दिसंबर 2014 की दरमियानी रात नागपुर के दौरे पर अचानक हुई थी, वे आखिरी रात को कथित रूप से रवि भवन में ही ठहरे हुए थे। रजिस्‍टर में पखाले की प्रविष्टि लोया के ठहरने से जुड़ी दो प्रविष्टियों के ठीक पहले दर्ज है।

जज लोया की मौत: रिकॉर्ड में संभावित हेरफेर और ताज़ा बयानों में विसंगतियों से उठते गंभीर सवाल

By Atul Dev and Anosh Malekar | 27 December 2017
जज बृजगोपाल हरकिशन लोया- जिन्‍होंने सोहराबुद्दीन शेख मामले की सुनवाई की थी जिसमें मुख्‍य आरोपी भारतीय जनता पार्टी के अध्‍यक्ष अमित शाह थे- के परिवार के सदस्‍यों ने 2014 में नागपुर यात्रा के दौरान कथित रूप से अचानक उन्‍हें दिल का दौरा पड़ने से हुई उनकी मौत को लेकर तमाम सवाल उठाए हैं। द कारवां ने पिछले महीने इन्‍हीं सवालों पर अपनी पहली रिपोर्ट प्रकाशित करने से लेकर अब तक लगातार जारी अपनी पड़ताल में लोया की जिंदगी की आखिरी रात की परिस्थितियों से जुड़ी अब तक सार्वजनिक की गई सूचना में संभावित गड़बड़ी और छेड़छाड़ पाए जाने के संकेतों को उजागर किया है। इनमें उस सरकारी अतिथि गृह का उपस्थिति रजिस्‍टर शामिल है जहां वे रुके हुए थे और उस दांडे अस्‍पताल में तैयार की गई ईसीजी रिपोर्ट भी शामिल है जहां तबियत खराब होने पर उन्‍हें कथित तौर पर सबसे पहले ले जाया गया था।

Death of Judge Loya: Occupancy register with details of judge’s stay at Ravi Bhavan manipulated, prominent lawyer alleges

By ATUL DEV | 23 December 2017
The lawyer Milind Pakhale has filed a police complaint stating that an entry he made in the occupancy register at Ravi Bhavan, a government-run VIP guest house in Nagpur, has been manipulated. Pakhale is a prominent public figure, and is the convener of the Khairlanji Action Committee, formed after the 2006 massacre of Dalits in Khairlanji, Maharashtra. The judge Brijgopal Harkishan Loya, who died suddenly on the night intervening between 30 November and 1 December 2014 while on a visit to Nagpur, is reported to have been staying at Ravi Bhavan on his final night. Pakhale’s entry in the occupancy register appears just before two other entries that relate directly to Loya’s stay.

Death of Judge Loya: Possible manipulation of records and inconsistent new testimonies raise further questions

By Atul Dev and Anosh Malekar | 21 December 2017
Family members of the judge Brijgopal Harkishan Loya—who presided over the trial in the Sohrabuddin Sheikh case, where the main person accused was the Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah—have raised numerous questions over his sudden death, purportedly of a heart attack, while on a visit to Nagpur in 2014. Since The Caravan first published these questions last month, our investigations have uncovered signs of possible manipulation in every record made public so far with information on the circumstances of Loya’s final night. These include the occupancy register at the government guest house where he stayed, and an ECG chart purportedly generated at Dande Hospital, the first medical facility he was reportedly taken to after feeling unwell.

Aung San Suu Kyi’s Historical Bias Against Rohingya Muslims

By Azeem Ibrahim | 11 December 2017
The Rohingya Muslims, a community that lives in the western Rakhine province of Buddhist-majority Myanmar, are among the most persecuted minorities in the world. After a spate of targeted violence against the community by Myanmar’s army that began in August this year, over 600,000 Rohingyas fled into neighbouring Bangladesh. In his 2016 book, The Rohingyas: Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide, the author Azeem Ibrahim traced the history of the Rohingya people to demonstrate how their persecution has been unfolding over decades, going back as early as 1948.

Why the BCCI’s Committee of Administrators Should Encourage Independent Ethics Investigations In Its Draft Constitution

By Aju John | 9 December 2017
The news about cricket administration in India appears similar to that of a family-run business being dragged, kicking and screaming, towards professional management. In 2013, the Supreme Court initiated a process of reform in Indian cricket administration, following a scandal involving spot-fixing and conflicts of interest in the management of the Indian Premier League. At the time, the governing bodies for the sport in India, such as the Cricket Association of Bihar, had almost unanimously expressed their support for the reforms. But since then, cricket administration in India has remained complex.

(Video) Former Judges of the Higher Judiciary PB Sawant and BG Kolse-Patil Demand an Independent Inquiry into the Death of Judge Loya

By The Caravan | 3 December 2017
Two retired judges of the higher judiciary—former Supreme Court justice PB Sawant, and former Bombay High Court justice BG Kolse-Patil—have joined a growing chorus of support for an investigation into the death of the judge BH Loya. In separate interviews with The Caravan, the two judges have demanded an independent inquiry into the suspicions raised by Loya’s family. “This matter needs a thorough investigation,” Sawant told The Caravan. “Otherwise, the truth will not come out,” he said.
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