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Babri Demolition: L K Advani & Other Hindutva Leaders To Be Tried Under Criminal Conspiracy Charges, Says SCI

As per the media reports coming in from New Delhi after multiple delays in the hearing of the Babri Masjid Demolition case of 1992, the Supreme Court of India here on Wednesday finally

Would Be Delighted To See L K Advani As The Next President: Mamata Banerjee

As per the media reports the Trinamool Congress (TMC) president and the chief minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee in a statement which may contradict the believe

Babari Demolition: SCI Again Delays Hearing On L K Advani & Others

As per the media reports coming in from New Delhi the Supreme Court of India here on Thursday has once again delayed the proceedings related to the plea filed by the Central

Babri Demolition: SCI Postpones Hearing On L K Advani, Others Till Tomarrow

As per the media reports emerging from the capital the Supreme Court of India here today was to decide as to whether senior Bharatiya Janata Party leaders LK Advani,

Babari Demolition: After 25 Yrs Supreme Court Of India Asks To Speed Up Trials

The Supreme Court of India here today has expressed its concern over the pace of the proceedings of Babri Masjid demolition case and is going to take a decision on those

Advani For More Women In the RSS, Says India Incomplete Without Sindh & Karachi

The veteran BJP leader and former Deputy Prime Minister Of India L.K Advani on Sunday pressed for more women participation in the ranks of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).

PK Movie: BJP leader and Hindutva ideologue LK Advani showers praise

After former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar expressed how he found Rajkumar Hirani’s recent moive PK to be Aamir Khan’s best film ever, there is another name who has endorsed the movie that has triggered huge controversy.

LK Advani arrives to Dera Radha Swami Beas to meet Gurinder Dhillon

Beas, Amritsar: BJP leader LK Advani is visiting Dera Radha Soami Beas to meet its head Gurinder Singh Dhillon. As per media reports the Hindutva leader arrived in Dera Beas yesterday (Oct. 17) and he is expected to stay in Dera till this (Oct. 18) afternoon.

Karnail Singh Peermohammad [File Photo]

BJP equally responsible for supporting June 1984 attack; AISSF demands Badal Dal to sever ties with BJP

Amritsar, Punjab (February 7, 2014): With the role of British government in planning and executing infamous “Operation Blue Star” making headlines, All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) presented a memorandum to Akal Takhat Jathedar, about the support provided by LK Advani to Indira Gandhi to attack Sri Harmandir Sahib in June 1984 and association of BJP with Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal).

AISSF chief among 3 held before Advani’s yatra

Chandigarh (November 16 2011): All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) chief Karnail Singh Peermohammad was taken in preventive custody along with two of his associates today ahead of senior BJP leader L K Advani s arrival in the city for his Jan Chetna Yatra.

Advani faces protests in Punjab

Amritsar (November 15, 2011): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader L.K. Advani continued to face angry protests on the third day of his Jan Chetna Yatra ...

Sikh body to oppose Hindutva Icon L. K. Advani’s yatra in Punjab

Chandigarh (November 12, 2011): All India Sikhs Students Federation (AISSF) announced that it will disturb L.K. Advani’s Rath Yatra on November 16th when it will enter Chandigarh because of BJP leaders active role in Indian Government’s military action on Sri Harmandir Sahib in June 1984. AISSF will support SAD (Amritsar) Leader Simranjit Singh Mann’s planned disturbance of Advani’s Yatra in Punjab.

Peer Mohammad to stop Advani’s Rath Yatra from entering Punjab

Moga, Punjab (October 14, 2011): Karnail Singh Peer Mohamman, head of Peer Mohammad faction of All India Sikhs Students Federation (AISSF - Peer Mohammad) announced that it will not allow L.K. Advani’s Rath Yatra to enter the State of Punjab because of Advani’s history of spreading communal disharmony and provoking violence against religious minorities during his previous Yatras.