1984 anti-sikh riots

  1. Sikhi 24/7

    1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom Ten Thousand Pairs Of Shoes

    Finally talking about June 1984—30 years later—will honor the dead and protect the living. By Mallika Kaur Thirty years have passed since journalists were cut off from Punjab, and Punjab from the world. In June of each year, Sikhs throng to gurudwaras to observe one of the most significant of...
  2. IJSingh

    1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom Institutionalizing Evil

    After a page or so on the events of 1984 that we all know, this essay focuses on some terms and concepts that are critical to the issue and are not yet a part of our lexicon or conversation. So bear with me. Humans are not the only species with a moral sense but perhaps no other species has...
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    1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom Sikh Riots: Woman Witness Alleges She Was Threatened By Cops

    NEW DELHI: A woman witness on Tuesday alleged before a trial court trying senior Congress leader Sajjan Kumar in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case that she used to get threats and was often picked up by the police. "It is incorrect to suggest that I never received any threat. I have been making...
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    Controversial 1984 Riots: Sajjan Kumar Provoked Mob To Kill My Father, Witness Tells Court

    A woman witness today identified senior Congress leader Sajjan Kumar and others before a Delhi court and related how her father was killed by a mob in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots following the assassination of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Nirpreet Kaur deposed how accused Balwan...
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    Sikh Foundation Raising Our Voices: In The Indian Parliament

    Speech by Sardar Tarlochan Singh, Member of Parliament, on the killing of Sikhs in 1984. 25 years ago in Delhi, the Capital of India, a great cruelty was done on the Sikhs. But the greatest amazing fact is that it happened in broad day light. During the times of Nadar Shah, for three...
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    Sikh News Court Convicts Three In 1984 Anti-Sikh Riots Case

    New Delhi, Aug 22 (PTI) A Delhi court today convicted three persons for attempting to murder members of a Sikh family during the 1984 riots and indicted the Delhi Police and the state machinery saying their role at that time "makes our heads hang in shame in the eyes of the world polity."...