Flung my shoe to protest PC’s remarks: Jarnail
CHENNAI: Jarnail Singh, the scribe who flung his shoe at Union Home Minister P Chidambaram for his remarks on anti-Sikh riots was welcomed like a hero by the Sikh community here on Sunday.Jarnail...
source: www.outlookindia.com | One Shoe Isn?t Quite Enough
One Shoe Isn’t Quite Enough
The missile he threw at the home minister made a statement; now Jarnail Singh pens a searing book
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I Accuse: The Anti-Sikh...
In the recent past a journalist flung his shoe towards the Indian Home Minister for his alleged denial of justice to the 1984 riot victims.I wonder where all the shoe could have hit if only it could travel against time and could defy the laws of motion.The shoe could perhaps travel back to 1947...
The Shoe's On The Other Foot
A miffed journalist. A flying shoe. A politician who ducks – just barely.
An Iraqi reporter hurled two shoes at former president George W. Bush in Baghdad last December. Four months later, a Sikh journalist tossed a shoe at an Indian federal...
Scribe who flung shoe at Chidambaram Sacked
2 Jul 2009, 2006 hrs IST, PTI
NEW DELHI: Jarnail Singh, the Sikh journalist who created a stir by flinging a shoe at
home minister P Chidambaram, was on Thursday sacked by his employers.
Singh, who was a defence correspondent with a Hindi daily...
APRIL 7, 2009, 8:01 A.M. ET
Journalist Throws Shoe at Indian Official
NEW DELHI -- An angry journalist threw a shoe at India's top security official after a confrontational exchange during a press conference over the 1984 anti-Sikh riots that left...
NDTV.com: Journalist throws shoe at Chidambaram
Journalist throws shoe at Chidambaram
Tuesday, April 07, 2009, (New Delhi)
A shoe was thrown at Union Home Minister P Chidambaram during a press conference that missed him.
The shoe was thrown by a journalist from...
LONDON, June 8 (AFP) - Outraged Hindu groups in Britain called on devotees worldwide Wednesday to boycott French-made goods, after a French manufacturer refused to remove a Hindu god from its designer shoes...