NIA’s most wanted Pro-Khalistan terrorist Rinda dies in Pakistan, was linked to the Punjab RPG attack
Reports suggest Rinda was undergoing treatment for a kidney ailment allegedly triggered by a drug overdose.
Remembering terror victims: 33 years since the massacre of 19 Hindu students by Khalistani terrorists in Punjab
19 students were killed by Khalistani terrorists at Thapar Engineering College in Patiala in the night of 10 November 1989
Pro-Khalistani elements celebrated death of Sudhir Suri, called it 'Sewa'.
Deepening Hindu-Sikhs tensions to murder of Lala Jagat Narain and more: Brief history of attacks against Hindus in Punjab before peak insurgency
Dark days of Punjab found their roots long before Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale came to the fore - with Khalistanis killing Hindus
Sudhir Suri murder case: Khalistani group Sikhs For Justice offers Rs 10 lakh as legal aid to killer Sandeep Singh
SFJ offered Rs 10 lakh as legal aid to the killer of Hindu leader Sudhir Suri
‘It was preplanned’: Son of Shiv Sena (Taksali) leader Sudhir Suri alleges his father got threat call a day before he was shot dead
Sudhir Suri had received a threat call from the UK the night before his murder, and his family continued to receive such calls, his son Manik Suri has revealed
Shiv Sena Takhali leader Sudhir Suri murder: Eyewitness says he caught the attacker, but 15 officers shoved him aside, accuses police of negligence
A day after Hindu leader Sudhir Suri was shot, eyewitnesses to the crime have spoken to the media, accusing the Punjab police of gross negligence.
Canada: Indians holding Tricolour stand against Khalistan supporters in Mississauga, raise ‘Khalistan Murdabad’ slogans
The group of Khalistan supporters held banners and raised slogans like ‘Raj Karega Khalsa’ and the other group of Indians raised ‘Khalistan Murdabad’ slogans.
Narendra Modi Government issues demarche to Canada over Khalistan referendum scheduled on November 6
Indian govt asks Canadian govt to stop Khalistan referendums being held by banned Khalistani groups in Canada
Khalistan supporter Amritpal Singh becomes president of deceased actor Deep Sidhu’s organization ‘Waris Punjab De’
Amritpal Singh was earlier based in Dubai. He dresses like Bhindranwale and is accompanied by armed men.