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How Courts Turn Blind Eyes to the sufferings of People Framed in UAPA, tells Surjeet Singh Phool

Farmers' leader Surjeet Singh Phool also took part in this discussion. He narrated the story of his sufferings as he was booked by Punjab police under UAPA.

1984 Sikh Genocide Was State Orchestrated, Says A New Book

The Sikh genocide of November 1984, that took place on the pretext of former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's killing that claimed the lives of an

DGP Sumedh Saini’s Case A Classical Example Of How A State Protects Its Instrument: Dal Khalsa

Maintaining that denial of justice has become hallmark of Indian justice system, the Dal Khalsa said Amar Kaur, who had been waging a legal battle

Lived for over 100 years, Amar Kaur Dies Awaiting Justice in Killings Case Against Sumedh Saini

The case which can be seen as a blot on Judicial system of India, Amar Kaur a victim of state terrorism who had been waging a legal battle

Sikh Genocide 1984: After 33 Years Delhi High Court Asks For Statements Alleging Sajjan Kumar’s Role In Killings

After a 33 years long slumber the Delhi High Court (DHC) on Monday, asked for the statements of the persons alleging Congress leader Sajjan Kumar's role

Madhya Pradesh: Stop Misusing Hate Speech Laws, Says Amnesty International India

Responding to the continued detention of five people in Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh for allegedly “promoting enmity” by carrying a poster at a procession

Sikh Genocide 1984: SCI To Inspect Its Panel Report On 241 Cases Already Closed By SIT

In yet another judicial stunt a three-judge Bench of the Supreme Court of India (SCI) will examine on December 11 a panel report submitted by a supervisory committee of two

Instant Triple Talaq Non Bailable Offence, Shall Invite 3 Years Jail: Draft Law

After the Central Government in its statement in November said that it was contemplating to make instant-triple talaq (divorce practiced by Muslims) a

Drug Smuggling Case: SCI Puts Stay On Proceedings Against Sukhpal Singh Khaira

As per the media reports the Leader of Opposition in Punjab Vidhan Sabha and senior leader of Punjab unit of Aam Adami Party (AAP) Sukhpal Singh Khaira

Sikh Genocide 1984: Polygraph Test Of Witness Abhishek Verma Postponed Due To Technical Glitch

As per the media reports the lie detector test of arms dealer Abhishek Verma, a key witness in the November 1984 Sikh genocide has been postponed

Center Mulls To Bring Law To Ban & Penalise Triple Talaq In Upcoming Winter Session

The Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) lead Central Government is currently contemplating all possibilities to table a law in the upcoming winter session to

Ludhiana Court To Hear Arguments In 22 Years Old Case Against Jagtar Singh Hawara On Dec. 1

A trial court at Ludhiana today proceeded with the trial of Sikh political prisoner Bhai Jagtar Singh Hawara in a 1995 case.

UK: MPs Write to British Foreign Secretary About Arrest and Detention of Jagtar Singh Johal by Punjab Police

British Sikh MP Preet Kaur Gil has written a letter to British Foreign Secretary expressing her deep concerns over the recent arrest of a UK citizen Jagatr Singh Johal alias 'Jaggi' by Punjab police.

Sikh Genocide 1984: SCI Refuses To Stay “Proceedings” In Delhi High Court

The Supreme Court of India (SCI) while giving an impression as a guardian of justice and well wisher of the Sikh survivors of November 1984 Sikh genocide

After 23 Years Ghaziabad Court Frames Charges Against Prof Davinderpal Singh Bhullar

It is learned that the Ghaziabad court has framed fresh charges against Sikh Political Prisoner Prof Davinderpal Singh Bhullar in a 23 year old case

After 33 Years Of November 1984 Sikh Genocide, Justice Still Eludes Victims : Amnesty International

The impunity enjoyed by the perpetrators of the 1984 Sikh massacre must end immediately and authorities should ensure that all those responsible,

Abhishek Verma Accuses Forensic Lab Of ‘Bias’, Says Its Defending Jagdish Tytler

Abhishek Verma has here on Friday has accused the forensic laboratory of defending Congress leader Jagdish Tytler during his lie detector test

Supreme Court Of India”s Refusal To Reopen Cases Of Killings Of Kashmiri Pandits Disappointing, Says Rights Group

Reacting to Supreme Court of India's (SCI) rejection of a review petition seeking to reopen 215 cases in which over 700 members of the Kashmiri Pandit 

Fact Finding Report on Alleged Gang Rape Of A Minor Girl By Security Force Personnel

On 10th of October, a case of gang rape on a minor girl from Patangi area of Koraput district of Odisha was reported in the media.

Sikh Genocide Case: Delhi High Court Orders To Enhance Witness Abhishek Verma’s Security Cover

As per the media reports the Delhi High Court has here on Wednesday asked the police to provide additional security to controversial arms dealer Abhishek

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