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    India Even Animals Won't Do What Cops Are Doing: Supreme Court On Rising Police Atrocities

    Even animals won't do what cops are doing: Supreme Court on rising police atrocities PTI Posted online: Thu Apr 25 2013, 13:29 hrs A policeman is seen hitting a woman with a baton during a protest against the rape of a six-year-old in Aligarh. (AP) New Delhi : Taking strong exception...
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    World War 2 The Story Of Malayan Prisoners: The Rescue Of 462 Sikh Prisoner From Japanese

    The story of Malayan Prisoners:The rescue of 462 Sikh prisoner from Japanese. By Harchand Singh Bedi Malaysia Of 100,000 thousand Empire troops to be taken prisoner on the surrender of Singapore, a handful of Sikhs, of the 5th/11th Sikh Regiment, have regained their freedom, the first of...
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    USA Burning The Koran Would Be No Bettter Than The 9/11 Atrocities

    After threatening to burn the Koran, a miniscule church leader cancelled the plans- following condemnation from all sane and civilised quarters. If we look at this civilisedly, it was very bad of this pastor to plan to carry out a protest by burning of any scriptures of any religion. I...
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    Sikhism The Sikh Community In Mumbai Protesting Atrocities Against Sikhs In Swat

    YouTube - Sikh community in Mumbai is protesting against the atrocitie This is a video from May 5, 2010
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    India: Time To Deliver Justice For Atrocities In Punjab

    source: http://hrw.org/english/docs/2007/10/18/india17103.htm HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH India: Time to Deliver Justice for Atrocities in Punjab Investigate and Prosecute Perpetrators of ‘Disappearances’ and Killings (Delhi, October 18, 2007) – The Indian government must take concrete steps...
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    Sikh News India: Time To Deliver Justice For Atrocities In Punjab (UN Observer)

    (Delhi, October 18, 2007) – The Indian government must take concrete steps to hold accountable members of its security forces who killed, “disappeared” and tortured thousands of Sikhs during its counterinsurgency campaign in the Punjab, Human Rights Watch and Ensaaf said in a new report released...