Sikh Human Rights Group (SHRG) raised the issue of November 1984 massacre of Sikhs as 'genocide' at a UN Human Rights Council meet in Geneva.
In November 1984, Sikhs were subjected to genocidal violence throughout India. The genocide was planned, co-ordinated, organised and carried out by high ups in government, administration and political layers.
The “Wall of Truth” – the memorial having names of victims of the massacre of Sikhs in November 1984 – at Gurudwara Rakab Ganj near Indian Parliament will now become a memorial for all the Sikhs killed in hate crimes across the globe.
On Sunday 3 June tens of thousands of Sikhs will gather in central London and remember victims of the 1984 Sikh Genocide.
The City of Turlock has recoginsed the June 1984 attack on Darbar Sahib (Amritsar) and other Sikh Gurdwara Sahibs in Punjab and adjoining states in northern region of the Indian subcontinent and the November 1984 massacres of the Sikhs throughout the Indian subcontinent as the “Sikh Genocide 1984”.
More than three decades have passed since thousands of Sikhs were brutally killed throughout Indian sub-continent in November 1984 genocidal violence against the Sikhs. The impunity granted to the culprits of this state-sponsored genocide is an established fact now.
It is learnt that an eye-witness Harvinder Singh Kohli in the case related to Delhi's Utam Nagar massacre in which 2 Sikhs were murdered as identified Congress leader
Last week in the interests of openness and transparency in the conduct of public affairs a four year long struggle to disclose secret files and papers from 1984 under the 30 year rule
During the first day of the three-days proceedings at the First-tier tribunal, it seemed that the United Kingdom was trying tooth and nail to suppress and protect the documents
A British tribunal will rule on a Freedom of Information (FOI) request for classified UK Cabinet Office files that are believed to hold information on Britain’s involvement
Delhi High Court on Thursday whilst upholding the trial court order, granted anticipatory bail to Congress leader Sajjan Kumar who is also an accused in two Sikh genocide related cases.
In what can be called as mockery of the art of criminal investigation, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) after three decades on Tuesday told a city court
A three member delegation of the All India Sikh Student Federation (AISSF) on Monday submitted a memorandum to the Canadian counsel Mr Yohan Rodriguez,
A Delhi court on Thursday (February 15) directed the CBI to probe two CDs submitted by DSGMC in a case related to 1984 violence against the Sikhs in which Congress leader Jagdish Tytler was given clean chit for his alleged role.
Calling it a state-sponsored genocide of Sikhs, the Dal Khalsa claimed that the Nov 1984 killings started after Rajiv Gandhi was sworn-in as Prime Minister of India on 31st Oct
Advocate H S Phoolka has lashed out at Punjab Chief Minister for protecting former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and giving him clean chit in Sikh Genocide 1984 related issues.
The Central government on Monday informed the Supreme Court of India (SCI) that ex-IPS officer Rajdeep Singh had refused to be part of a new SIT headed
Thanking Manjit Singh G. K. for releasing this video, Advocate H. S. Phoolka said that the CBI should investigate the video clips and Jagdish Tytler should be arrested for interrogation.
Congress leader and Sikh Genocide 1984 suspect Jagdish Tytler on Monday (Jan. 29) claimed that former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi took several rounds of North Delhi during the 1984 massacres of the Sikhs.
One of the earliest allegations of Congress complicity was published in The New York Times on November 4. The article, filed the day before by Barbara CrossetteNext Page »