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Murder Convict in Sikh Genocide 1984 related case Granted bail by Delhi High Court

As per the media reports the Delhi High Court here on Thursday has provided 14 days of bail period with ease to a murder convict in the 1984 Sikh Genocide case

Thanks But, DSGMC Has Already Provided Legal Assistance: Dal Khalsa

The pro-freedom group of the Sikhs Dal Khalsa here today while expressing gratitude over  Punjab CM Amarinder Singh's  offer to provide legal aid to Sikh

Amarinder Singh Offers Legal Assistance To Sikh Activists Accused Of 1981 Plane Hijack Case

In a dramatic and equally reckoning move Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh here on Thursday directed the state’s legal aid team to extend help to the

Judicial Gimmick Ends As SIT Closes 51 Of 60 Reopened Sikh Genocide Cases

As it was expected the Special Investigation Team (SIT) by union home ministry has concluded with its judicial stunt by again closing probe into 51 of the 60 cases

Breaking News: Former RSS Member Ram Nath Kovind Elected As 14th President Of India

Former member of the pro-hindutva fountain head Rashtraya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) and NDA's presidential candiate Ramnath Kovind has won

Pro-Hindutva Group Force Shut A Kashmiri Trader’s Shop Over a Facebook Post In Mussoorie

As per the media reports a pro-hindutva BJP's youth wing and a group called Hindu Jagaran Manch on Wednesday forced a Kashmiri trader in Mussoorie  to

Bombay High Court May Hear Petition Against Maharashtra For Publishing Anti Sikh Material

The petition so filed is pertaining to an anti-Sikh  academic material published in the text book for the students of Class 9th by the state's education

Remove Objectionable Reference Of Sikh Struggle In Maharashtra School Curriculum Books: SGPC

In order to put to rest the raging issue in which a Class 9th text book published by Maharashtra Education Board has termed Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale as a terrorist

Mayawati Quits Rajya Sabha After Being Disallowed To Speak On Dalit Issues

As per the media reports the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief and former chief minister Mayawati here on Tuesday resigned from the Rajya Sabha

Karnataka Appoints Panel To Design Its Own ‘State Flag’ Looks For Its Legal Feasibility

The Congress lead government in Karnataka here on Tuesday constituted a nine member committee to design a 'state' flag — an identity symbol unique

India-Pakistan Trade Fire across Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir

Indian and Pakistan forces reportedly exchanged gunfire across Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir, media reports of both sides reveal.

SAD (Badal) Delegation To Meet Arun Jaitley, To Get Langer Purchase Exempted From GST Ambit

The Shiromani Akalo Dal (Badal) chief and former Deputy chief minister Sukhbir Badal here today stated that the party's parliamentarians and state legislative

Retrial Of Sikh Activists In 36 Years Old Hijack Case A Travesty Of Justice By Indian Judiciary

The court of ACMM Ms Jyoti Kler today granted two day interim bail to two Sikh hijackers namely Satnam Singh and Tejinder Pal Singh in a 36 years old hijacking

Loot on Punjab River Water by Indian State: Role of Political Class & Judiciary (Sr. Journalist Sukhdev Singh)

A seminar was organised by Punjab Front and Radical People's Forum to discuss the issue of loot of Punjab river water and Punjab water crisis.

China says PLA troops waiting patiently, but won’t wait indefinitely; PLA Conducts Live Fire Drill

In a stern message directed towards India, China has reportedly said that People’s Liberation Army (PLA) have been waiting patiently at Doklam but will not do so for an indefinite period.

Presidential Election: Indian Parliamentarian & State Legislatures To Cast Vote Today

The former RSS activist and Bihar Governor Ramnath Kovind backed by the pro-Hindutva NDA

China Should Keep Calm Over ‘Foreign Assisted’ India’s ‘Rise’: Chinese Media ‘

As per the media reports published in an English vernacular China's state run media

New York Times copies burnt in Agra over Article on UP CM Yogi Adityanath

s per the media reports activist affiliated with different pro-hindutva groups today in Agra, Uttar Pardesh burned the copies of New York Times (NYT), a US based

SC judgment must lead to justice for Manipur’s fake encounters, Amnesty India

The Supreme Court has offered a hope of justice for the many families in Manipur who have lost their loved ones in fake encounters, said Amnest India.

Delhi High Court Quashes The Bail Of 1984 Sikh Genocide Case Convict Bhagmal Singh

In order to give an impression of being a patron of the justice for the Sikhs the Delhi High Court here on Thursday cancelled the bail granted on medical grounds

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