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Teesta Setalvad `siphoned off` Rs 3.85 crore from NGO funds: Gujarat Police to Supreme Court

Zee News Friday, 2 December 2016
Seeking custodial interrogation of the couple, the Gujarat Police also rejected Teesta Setalvad's claim that lawyers fought most of the 2002 Gujarat riot-related cases for free.
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