A brief analysis of Indian media reports related to terms used to refer to the Sikh Genocide 1984 reveals that the Indian media does not admit to the fact of 'genocide', rather it is clearly denies the this fact in it routine reporting.
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.
In press statement released by Aam Adami Party (AAP) leader and leader of opposition in Punjab Vidhan sabha HS Phoolka has termed the deliberate reference of the 1984 Sikh genocide by Badal Dal member Parliament from Anandpur Sahib Prem Singh Chandumajara as a mere publicity stunt and part of double standards adopted by SAD (Badal) on the issue.
Sukhbir Badal has said that the BJP members saved Sikhs during November 1984 genocide but the fact is that RSS and BJP supported the genocide ideologically as well as on ground.
Chandigarh: In a press statement issued on Monday (April 10) Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) president Sukhbir Badal said that the widespread massacre of Sikhs in ...
The Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) which among the allied partners in the BJP lead NDA government here on Sunday while expressing its dismal over the dismissive attitude of the Narinder Modi lead central government over a motion in a Canadian
SGPC chief Kirpal Singh Badungar has objected to Indian government stand against the passing of Sikh Genocide 1984 motion by Ontario parliament.
AISSF has demanded Captain Amarinder Singh led Congress government in Punjab to pass a similar resolution in the Punjab Assembly recognizing "1984 Sikh Genocide".
victims of Sikh genocide 1984 from Kanpur moved to the Supreme Court of India (SCI) on April 7 demanding setting up of a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe the massacre of over 125 Sikhs.
The historic Sikh Genocide 1984 Motion was passed by Ontario Provincial Parliament on April 6 extending official recognition to the fact of Sikh Genocide of 1984.
Ms. Harinder Malhi while reading out her motion state, “That, in the opinion of this House, the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, should reaffirm our commitment to the values we cherish – justice, human rights and fairness – and condemn all forms of communal violence, hatred, hostility, Racism and intolerance in India and anywhere else in the world, including the 1984 Genocide perpetrated against the Sikhs throughout India, and call on all sides to embrace truth, justice and reconciliation.”
All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) has welcomed the move of Ontario provincial Parliament in Canada to pass a motion recognising the Sikh Genocide 1984.
"The passing of a motion in the Ontario state parliament calling the mass killings of Sikhs in 1984 as genocide is a welcome step", says Dal Khalsa.
Through the incredible advocacy over the past year by community organizers and Gurdwara leadership (Sikh place of meditation), today the Legislative Assembly of Ontario passed a motion recognizing the 1984 anti-Sikh violence throughout India as Genocide.
The Legislative Assembly of Ontario has passed a motion extending official recognition to the fact of Sikh genocide of 1984 in India.
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.
H. S. Phoolka has written to the Bar Council that he is handling the cases of November 1984 violance against Sikhs since past 30 years pro- bono and is closely associated with this cause.
Arms dealer Abhishek Verma an eye witness in the November 1984 Sikh Genocide against Jagdish Tytler on Thursday said he was ready for a lie-detection test« Previous Page — Next Page »