Sikh Historian Bhai Ajmer Singh shared his views on topic “Lessons learnt from November 1984”. A seminar dedicated to the memory of those killed during Sikh genocide of November 1984 was organised by students of Punjabi University, Patiala.
Calling herself as a daughter of 1993 Anti Muslim violence, investigative journalist Rana Ayub said she has personally experienced the pain and horror of the violence and that a Sikh family had sheltered her along with her sister during that fateful period.
Punjabi University vice-chancellor Dr. Jaspal Singh shared his personal experience of November 1984 massacre of Sikhs in Delhi.
Patiala: A seminar dedicated to the memory of those killed during Sikh genocide of November 1984 was organised by students of Punjabi University, Patiala. The topic of ...
British Sikh diaspora is demanding an independent inquiry in the assistance given by the then Margret Thatcher’s Government to the Indian State on executing the army attack on Darbar Sahab in June 1984.
To commemorate the anniversary of the November 1984 Sikh Genocide and to spread awareness about the genocidal massacres of Sikhs in India amongst the Australian masses, a local Sikh body named Supreme Sikh Council took out the annual remembrance march in the memory of innocent Sikhs murdered during first week of November 1984.
Investigative journalist and author of Gujarat Files, Rana Ayyub, would be in Patiala on November 08 as she is one of the main speakers during a seminar on Sikh Genocide 1984 to be held at Punjabi University, Patiala.
Melbourne (Tejashdeep Singh Ajnauda): In remembrance of 1984 Sikh genocide by the Indian State, the Supreme Sikh Council of Australia is going to organise an annual ...
An annual Sikh Genocide 1984 Remembrance March was organized by students of Punjabi University, Patiala on November 03, 2016 at Punjabi University Campus in the memory of victims of the Sikh Genocide 1984.
The Delhi High Court today dismissed Congress leader and Sikh genocide 1984 accused Sajjan Kumar’s plea to transfer the hearing of a case related to Sikh genocide of 1984 to another bench alleging bias by a judge.
Jagmeet Singh, MPP (Bramalea—Gore—Malton), made a statement in the concerned provincial Parliament about the Sikh Genocide 1984.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Thursday (Nov. 03) staged a single-day hunger demonstration to seek justice for the victims of 1984 Sikh genocide.
AISSF supported by Dal Khalsa and Sikh Youth of Punjab (SYP) staged a protest march to slam the Indian political as well as judicial system for utterly failing to punish the perpetrators of the Nov 1984 carnage.
Gurcharan Singh Rishi was attempted to be burnt alive by Congress party workers and goons on 1st Nov 1984. His uncle Santokh Singh got killed and his father and brother got injured, while the family home was burnt down and their vehicles were also set on fire.
Dal Khalsa, All India Sikh Students Federation (Peer Mohammad) and Sikh Youth of Punjab (SYP) will hold a demonstration at Moga on Nov 3 to raise the demand for UN led credible probe into the November 1984 carnage.
Aam Aadmi Party announced to stage one day hunger strike in Mohali on Thursday (November 03) to expose that Badal-BJP and Congress' alleged “tacit understanding” to delay the probe against Congress leader Jagdish Tytler beyond the Punjab elections.
32 years back in the first week of 1984, thousands of Sikhs; children, women and men, all Indian citizens, were butchered, burnt alive or killed in the most sadistic manner in different parts of the country.
Aam Aadmi Party on Tuesday wrote a letter to the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to re-open all the cases related to 1984 genocide and be investigated by the SIT set up by centre government on February 12, 2015.
Events spanning over three days were held at Gurudwara Singh Sabha, Ulsoor, Bangalore by various Sikh youth groups to commemorate and remember those who lost their lives during Sikh Genocide of 1984 and laid their lives during the struggle thereafter.
On Tuesday November 1, 2016, Lok Raj Sangathan would be organising a March on the occasion of the 32nd anniversary of Genocide of Sikhs in 1984 on the theme "The guilty of the genocide of 1984 must be punished!".« Previous Page — Next Page »