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Sikh Genocide 1984: SCI Appoints Panel to Reassess the SIT’s Assessment of 241 Cases

SCI said it would appoint a supervisory committee comprising two of its former judges to vet if the if the investigation into 241 Sikh genocide cases was properly conducted so that the cases can be closed with ease by SIT.

1984 Sikh Genocide Case: Delhi High Court Tends To Plea Hearing Against Sajjan Kumar

As part of its yet another judicial stunt Delhi High Court has here on Tuesday has decided to give a chance to hearing a plea filed against senior Congress leader

Fatehgarh Sahib MP Harinder Singh Khalsa To Challenge The Appointment Of Justice Mishra As CJI

Aam Adami Party (AAP) Member Parliament from Fatehgarh Sahib Harinder Singh Khalsa has reportedly said that he will legally challenge the appointment

1984 Sikh Genocide: CBI To Conduct Polygraph Test On Eye Witness Abhishek Verma, Accuse Jagdish Tytler Relived

As per the media reports the Delhi High court here on Wednesday directed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to conduct polygraph test of witness

Delhi High Court’s Reopening Of Sikh Genocide Case Upsets SCI, Says Rightly Or Wrongly Accuse Is Acquitted

As per the media reports the relative attempt of reopening of 1984 Sikh Genocide case by the Delhi high court here on Wednesday hasn't gone down well with

Madras HC Imposes Nationalism By Making ‘Vande Mataram’ Mandatory In Schools, Govt & Private Offices

Impose majoritarian Indian (Hindutva) nationalism on other nationalities residing in the sub-continent, similarly on the same page the Madras High Court here on Tuesday made

Sajjan Kumar - Indian politician who is facing murder charges in an incident related to Sikh Genocide 1984

Sajjan Kumar gets Anticipatory Bail in November 1984 Sikh Massacre related Case

An Indian Court today granted anticipatory bail to Congress leader Sajjan Kumar in the 1984 Sikh massacre related case.

Sajjan Kumar - Indian politician who is facing murder charges in an incident related to Sikh Genocide 1984

Sikh Genocide: Delhi Court Reserves Order on Anticipatory Bail Plea of Sajjan Kumar

A District court in Delhi today reserved its order on anticipatory bail plea of senior Congress leader Sajjan Kumar in connection with the 1984 Sikh Genocide case

Justice JS Khehar to be Next Chief Justice of India

Justice JS Khehar, who is know for heading five-judge bench that quashed the controversial National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) Act,

Simranjit Singh Mann opposes SC verdict on controversial SYL canal

State of Punjab has an absolute right over the waters of Ravi, Beas and Satluj according to Internationally recognized Riparian Rules.

Observations on developments on Rajoana Case: Indian judiciary’s intentions under question

New Delhi, India (March 29, 2012): Indian judiciary's intentions does not seem to be good for Punjab and it's people. Indian Courts that failed to nail culprits of major human rights violations, including those occurred with in it's vicinity – such as Sikh genocide 1984, are proactive in issuing “observations” on current situation in Punjab. As per reports Supreme Court sharply criticised the move against death sentence of Balwant Singh Rajoana. Punjab government headed by Parkash Singh Badal is reported to have come under sharp criticism from Supreme court of India.

“This is not France, we can make you disappear and no one will ask any questions”

... This officer, who is in front of you, had said that: “we have brought your car so that we can break your hands and your feet and then put you back in the vehicle to make it look like you hit a tree and no one will know or care about you”. The officer then said, “This is not France, we can make you disappear and no one will ask any questions”.