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    1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom Anti-Sikh Riots: Diplomatic Immunity For Kamal Nath Stands, Says Gov't

    Even as pressure mountson government to dismiss Kamal Nath from the Union cabinet and take action against him for his alleged involvement in 1984 anti-Sikh riots, the Indian government supported the Union urban development minister saying that he will continue to enjoy diplomatic immunity in the...
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    1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom Sikh Group To Challenge Diplomatic Immunity For Kamal Nath

    WASHINGTON: A Sikh community group says it will challenge any effort by the Indian government to get diplomatic immunity for urban development minister Kamal Nath for his alleged role in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. The issue of diplomatic immunity is decided by the court and the US Department...
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    1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom NY Court Summons Kamal Nath In Sikh Riots Case, US Declines Diplomatic Immunity

    NY court summons Kamal Nath in Sikh riots case, US declines diplomatic immunity Amitav Ranjan Washington has declined to step in and provide diplomatic immunity to senior Congress leader and now Urban Development Minister Kamal Nath who has been summoned in a civil lawsuit filed in a New...
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    Politics Canadian Minister Attempts To Defuse Escalating Diplomatic Spat With India

    Canadian Minister Attempts to Defuse Escalating Diplomatic Spat With India May 28, 2010 Rick Westhead South Asia Bureau NEW DELHI, INDIA-In a bid to defuse an increasingly venomous diplomatic spat between Canada and India, Canadian citizenship and immigration minister Jason Kenney...
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    Sikh News DSGMC Favours Diplomatic Solution To Turban Issue (Outlook India)

    Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee President Paramjit Singh Sarna today opposed the suggestion by some Sikh groups to boycott French products following the turban issue and favoured a diplomatic solution to the problem...