Indian Defence Minister Arun Jaitley's claim that the Ontario parliament's Sikh Genocide 1984 was an exaggeration of the facts stands exposed in wake of the fact that similar motion was passed by Delhi State Assembly itself on June 30, 2015.
New Delhi: Indian government led by the Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) may be raising objections to the Sikh Genocide 1984 motion passed by the Ontario ...
India's Defence Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday (April 18) "strongly raised" with his Canadian counterpart Harjit Singh Sajjan "India state's anguish" over the Ontario legislative assembly passing a motion recently in which the fact of Sikh Genocide 1984 was duly recognised.
More than three decades after the genocidal massacre of Sikhs took place in Delhi, the police have issued fresh summons to two people for alleged their involvement with the case.
Supreme Court of India (SCI) today sought status report regarding progress in investigation of November 1984 Sikh massacre related cases by Special Investigation Team (SIT).
he time when the Election Commission Of India was announcing the election schedule for Punjab, yesterday a central Home Ministry-appointed Special Investigation Team
A trial court in Ropar (Rupnagar) on December 3, 2016 acquitted four Punjab police personnel, including former Punjab director general of police SK Sharma, in case 1991 fake encounter case while reportedly granting "benefit of doubt" to the accused.
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.
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.
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.
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!".
The drama of Indian judicial system continues in November 1984 Sikh genocide related cases, and a local court in Delhi has reportedly "pulled up" the CBI for not taking proper steps to finish probe in a case against Indian politician and Congress party leader Jagdish Tytler in a 1984 Sikh massacre related case.
Special Investigation Team (SIT) formed by the Home Ministry of India has reportedly decided to reopen 186 cases related to November 1984 genocidal violance against the Sikhs.
Ensure that the Special Investigation Team formed by the government make the status of their investigation public, and that they file charges against suspected perpetrators wherever sufficient evidence is found.
As per media reports the victims of the 1984 Sikh genocidal massacre in Gurgaon have blamed the BJP-led Haryana government for failing to give them justice.
The Special Investigation Team (SIT) set up to probe into November 1984 massacre of Sikhs in Delhi, has reportedly decided to reopen and reinvestigate around 75 closed cases related to the 1984 Sikh carnage in Delhi.
A Minister for State for Home Haribhai Parathibhai Chaudhary yesterday (Dec. 23) told the upper house of Indian parliament that 442 people have been convicted so far by various courts of Delhi in connection with the violence against the Sikhs in 1984 in Delhi.
A year after it gave a clean chit to Congress leader Jagdish Tytler in a November 1984 Sikh genocide related case, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) told a Delhi court that it was ready to re-examine the case against Jagdish Tytler if the victim’s family member furnishes fresh evidence in the case.Next Page »