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The Secret’s Out – 1984: India’s Guilty Secret #mustread

 by Ravinder Randhawa.     For more than thirty years Pav Singh tried to figure out what had happened. As had Sikhs in India and across the diaspora. Churasee, the Punjabi word for 1984, is a deep wound in the Sikh psyche…. Continue Reading →

US Court Orders Sonia Gandhi To Provide Copy Of Her Passport #1984riots

JALANDHAR: A US court has ordered Congress president Sonia Gandhi to provide a copy of her passport by April 7 to establish that she was not in US from September 2 to September 9, 2013 as claimed by her in… Continue Reading →

US Court To Hear Sikh Massacre Case Against Congress

US Court To Hear Sikh Massacre Case Against Congress On March 19, Jurisdiction Major Issue JALANDHAR: A US Court is scheduled to hear human rights violation case against Congress (I) on March 19 pertaining to massacre of Sikhs in Delhi… Continue Reading →

Delhi 1984, Sikh Riots Ahmedabad 2002, Gujarat Riots

DIPANKAR GUPTA Feb 1, 2014, 12.04AM IST Rahul Gandhi has finally become the ‘game changer’ he always wanted to be. He may have kicked the ball into his own net, but that is Rahul for you. Catch Manmohan Singh or Narendra… Continue Reading →

#India – Not just survivors, nation needs to mourn 1984 Sikh riots #Sundayreading

Malini Nair, TNN Facts, fiction and pure chemistry merge in Canadian research scientist-turned-writerJaspreet Singh‘s novel, ‘Helium’ , based on the1984 anti-Sikh riots. India, Singh tells Malini Nair, hasn’t mourned enough for those who died in the conflagration and not learnt anything from… Continue Reading →

#India – RSS ideologue Nana Deshmukh Justified Sikh Massacre in 1984 #WTFnews

Shamsul Islam The blood of innocent Sikhs massacred in 1984, spilled in different parts of the country and seen on the cuffs of the then rulers has not been erased from the memories despite ganging up of almost all parliamentary… Continue Reading →

#India #Punjab #IndiraGandhi -Remembering A Dark Moment Of Our History

  31 Oct 2012 | GOVERNANCE | By VBRAWAT, Halabol Blog It was early morning of 31st October that Indira Gandhi was preparing herself for an interview to a foreign TV channel at her residence at Safdarjang Road and walking towards the office at… Continue Reading →

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