1984 anti-Sikh riots
Being given Lok Sabha tickets, ministries and chief ministership of state seems to be Congress' way of 'punishing' those accused in 1984 riots
Instructions to kill Sikhs in 1984 came directly from Rajiv Gandhi’s office: Senior advocate H S Phoolka
There is enough material to show, it was directly Rajiv Gandhi's office, which was giving the directions to kill the Sikhs, says H S Phoolka
Twist in the tale: Now 121 DU professors write letter extending their support to PM Modi over his remarks on Rajiv Gandhi
In the letter, the professors express their concern over the 'anti-historical' narrative Congress is trying to set that Rajiv Gandhi's tenure cannot be critically analysed
1984 anti-Sikh riot victims write to Rahul Gandhi, say they will never forgive Rajiv Gandhi for murder of 10,000 Sikhs
In scathing letters, 1984 anti-Sikh riot victims call Rajiv Gandhi a murderer and tell Rahul Gandhi that they will never forgive the Nehru-Gandhi family
Modi challenges Congress to fight elections in Rajiv Gandhi’s name, who presided over Bofors scam and 1984 riots
The Bofors scam, 1984 anti-Sikh riots and Bhopal gas tragedy have come back to haunt Congress
Not just a corrupt politician but also a murderer who killed thousands of innocent Sikhs by putting burning tyres around their necks: SAD leader Manjinder Sirsa
Congress party had organised an event to officially hand over the charge of Delhi Congress unit to former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit.
Sajjan Kumar has approached Supreme Court, asking for the reversal of the High Court that convicted him for his role in the 1984 Sikh Genocide.
PM Modi also extended greetings of Lohri to the Sikh community throughout the world.
Phoolka had resigned from the Punjab Assembly in October last year citing the alleged inaction of the State government in dealing with the Bargadi sacrilege case and Behbal Kalan firing case.