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Framed? Asian Age journalist Jigna Vora being produced in a Mumbai court

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A senior woman Journalist Jigna Vora arrested for her alleged role in the sensational killing of Crime reporter Jyotirmoy Dey in June, on her way to the Session Court in Mumbai on Friday.

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A TV grab showing the killers of senior journalist Jyotirmoy Dey on a motorbike after the shootout.

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Mumbai Police Commissioner Arup Patnaik and Joint CP Crime Himanshu Roy show the weapon, used to kill crime journalist Jyotirmoy Dey, during a press conference in Mumbai.

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Police present before the media, six among the arrested seven suspects (faces covered) in the slaying of veteran Mumbai crime reporter Jyotirmoy Dey in Mumbai. Police arrested seven suspects in the murder of Dey, including four people who allegedly gunned down the journalist and then escaped on motorcycles, officials said.

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Mithun Chakraborty and Former Cricketer Sourav Ganguly jointly showing a photograph in Kolkata on Wednesday late evening, which helps to raise fund of Rs-One lakh to donate the family of Senior Journalist Jyotirmoy Dey, who was brutally killed in Mumbai few days back.

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Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan (R) with Editor-in-Chief of the Indian Express Group Shekhar Gupta (C) and Editor of The Hindu N Ram (L) addressing the media after a meeting in Mumbai. A delegation of senior editors met the Chief Minister to demand a CBI probe into senior journalist Jyotirmoy Dey's killing.

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Marching For Dey Mediapersons protesting Dey’s murder and demanding CBI probe

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Just ‘J’ Never overcome by fear himself, he was killed by those who feared his pen

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File photo of ACP Anil Mahabole who is under suspicion in journalist J. Dey's murder. After his abrupt transfer, the senior police officer said he had nothing to do with the murder and that allegations against him were "absurd".

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Journalists hold a photograph of Jyotirmoy Dey, a well-known investigative journalist who was gunned down by assailants, as they protest his killing in Mumbai.

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Journalists hold photographs of Jyotirmoy Dey, a well-known investigative journalist who was gunned down by assailants, as they march to protest his killing in Mumbai. Dey was known for his reporting on Mumbai's underworld and had worked as investigative editor for the city's Mid-Day newspaper for more than 15 years, the paper said.

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The sketch of a suspect released by the police in connection with the killing of senior journalist Jyotirmoy Dey, in Mumbai.

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Maharashtra PWD Minister Chhagan Bhujbal pays his last respects to the body of senior journalist Jyotirmoy Dey as his sister wails near the body in Mumbai. Dey was shot dead by unidentified persons near his residence.

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Sister of senior journalist Jyotirmoy Dey, who was shot dead by unidentified persons near his residence, wails over his body in Mumbai.

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The body of Jay Dey, a well-known investigative journalist who was gunned down by four assailants on Saturday, is covered with flowers before carried during his funeral in Mumbai. Dey was known for his reporting on Mumbai's underworld and had worked as investigative editor for the city's Mid-Day newspaper for more than 15 years, the paper said.

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The body of Jay Dey, a well-known investigative journalist who was gunned down by four assailants on Saturday, is carried during his funeral in Mumbai. Dey was known for his reporting on Mumbai's underworld and had worked as investigative editor for the city's Mid-Day newspaper for more than 15 years, the paper said.

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Policemen inspect the site where investigative journalist J. Dey was shot and killed in Mumbai. Four assailants gunned down the well-known journalist and then escaped on motorcycles. Dey was known for his reporting on Mumbai's underworld and had worked as investigative editor for the city's Mid-Day newspaper for more than 15 years.

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In this Aug. 10, 2010 photo provided by Mid-Day Infomedia Ltd., investigative journalist J. Dey looks on during a book launch in Mumbai. Four motorbike-borne persons gunned down the well-known journalist with four bullets at point-blank range in broad daylight, in suburban Powai, in Mumbai , and then escaped on motorcycles. Dey was known for his reporting on Mumbai's underworld and had worked as investigative editor for the city's Mid-Day newspaper for more than 15 years.

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