February 28, 2002: Ehsan Jafri, MP and 36 others, killed in the Gulberg Society carnage in the 2002 incident.
June 8, 2006: Zakia submits a complaint to Gujarat High Court alleging police had not registered FIRs against Narendra Modi and 62 others.
November 3, 2007: Gujarat HC rejects her plea. Asks her to present the case before magistrate's court.
March 26, 2008: SC appoints SIT, headed by former CBI chief R.K. Raghavan and orders further investigation of 10 cases in the 2002 Gujarat riots, including the Gulberg Society incident.
April 27, 2009: SC asks SIT to look into Zakia's complaint and submit a report
September 2009: SC lifts stay on trial of most important cases including the Gulberg Society case, so trial begins.
March 27, 2010: SIT summons Gujarat Chief Minister Mr. Modi to clarify things. He was grilled for several hours regarding his alleged action or lack of it during the riots.
March 2010: Gulbarg Society case trial was stayed by the Supreme Court after the special public prosecutor R.K Shah resigned after accusing the trial judge and SIT of being “soft on the accused”.
May 14, 2010: The SIT submits its report to SC.
March 11, 2011: SC asks the SIT to look into the doubts raised by amicus curiae Raju Ramchandran, who replaced Prashant Bhushan as amicus curiae.
May 5, 2011: SC asks Mr. Ramachandran to independently question witnesses and submit report.
June 18, 2011: Mr. Ramchandran visits Ahmedabad and meets material witnesses and others to prepare his report on the SIT's report.
July 25, 2011: Mr. Ramchandran submits his report to the SC.