Like-minded Sikhs in the Diaspora are preparing to come together and announce in the next two to three months the setting up of a collective platform across at least 20 countries with around 150-200 representatives.
Simranjit Kaur's "Saffron Salvation" was first English novel about Ghallughara 1984, when it was first published in 1999. The third print of the book was released on Wednesday (Dec. 19) at Chandigarh. The second edition of the novel released in 2004.
Former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday (Dec. 4) said that Inder Kumar Gujral's advice to then Indian home minister Narsimha Rao would have prevented the 1984 massacres, if later had heard and acted over it.
In November 1984 Sikhs were subjected to genocidal massacres throughout the Indian subcontinent. Bokaro was one of the worst hit areas where Sikh families were brutally targeted with genocidal violence. Around a hundred Sikhs were killed in Bokaro in initial days of the month of November in 1984.
The Connecticut Holds the 1984 Sikh Genocide Memorial at Global Learning Lab. The memorial comprises of a plaque, a portrait of Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and a Sikh flag.
A delegation, led by Manwinder Singh Giaspura, who had discovered in 2011 a mass grave of Sikhs massacred during November 1984 Sikh genocide at village Hondh Chillar in Haryana, met leader of opposition in Punjab Assembly here on Friday.
The Governor of Connecticut, Nad Lamont has issued a proclamation about the Sikh Genocide 1984 Remembrance Day in Connecticut. Connecticut is one of the states of United States of America (USA).
The Ontario Gurdwaras Committee (OGC) and Ontario Sikh and Gurudwara Council (OSGC) collectively commemorated the victims of the 1984 Sikh Genocide at Queen’s Park on November 7.
State of Connecticut took boldest decision by recognizing Sikh Genocide of 1984 by Indian Government. by passing legislation to commemorate November 1st as “Sikh Genocide Remembrance Day” every year and by allowing Sikhs to do annual event in State Capitol.
Commemorating the 1984 Sikh Genocide week, the Dal Khalsa held a public meet to deliberate on what they called "politics of genocide being perpetuated by Indian mainstream parties against minorities since 1984".
Sath, a students' body, held an exhibition to mark the 35th anniversary of November 1984 Sikh Genocide. The exhibition was held from 9am to 5pm in the Student Centre at Panjab University, Chandigarh.
In his famous thesis regarding ‘stages of genocide’ US based scholar Gregory H. Stanton has identified ‘denial’ as last and unending stage of genocide. He says that every genocide is followed by denial. He further points out that denial tactics may be numerous.
The Dal Khalsa with the active support of like-minded groups will hold convention on Nov 5 at Chandigarh to mark 35th year of 1984 Sikh genocide.
In more than last three decades, on every anniversary of the 1984 massacre of Sikhs, this author has been reminding [that] how Indian State and judiciary did not bother to punish the perpetrators of this horrendous mass killing of the innocents of the second largest religious minority of [India].
Sikh Community of Connecticut along with City and State officials will be unveiling “1984 Sikh Genocide Memorial” which has been placed in Otis Library located at 261 Main St, Norwich CT 06360 on June 1st 2019 at 1:00pm.
The Dal Khalsa yesterday hit out at Congress and BJP-SAD (Badal) for playing "dirty politics over the deaths during Nov 1984 Sikh genocide". The organization is of the view that both the mainstream parties of India have stains of innocent blood on their sleeves.
Indian Supreme Court today set aside conviction of 15 men held guilty of "rioting and arson" in a connection with genocidal massacre of Sikhs in East Delhi’s Trilokpuri in November 1984.
The Supreme Court of India (SCI) on Monday (April 8) sought the status from Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on the ongoing trail of Sajjan Kumar in 1984 Sikh genocide related cases.
Indian Supreme Court judge Justice Sanjiv Khanna today recused himself from hearing Sikh genocide convict Sajjan Kumar’s appeal against his conviction and sentencing by the Delhi High Court.
SGPC on Saturday felicitated witnesses of 1984 Sikh genocide cases and the lawyers who fought the cases of the genocide to ensure conviction of Sajjan Kumar, at its headquarters, Teja Singh Samundari Hall, here in presence of the Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) president Sukhbir Singh Badal.Next Page »