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1984 anti-Sikh riots: Shiromani Akali Dal holds protest march to seek justice for victims

Protestors demanding justice for the victims raised slogans against the Congress party and its leaders.

Punjab Assembly: Amarinder Singh names Congress leaders involved in 1984 anti-Sikh genocide

Amarinder Singh has come under intense criticism for his defense of Rahul Gandhi.

Congress wasn’t involved in 1984 Sikh genocide? Know your legacy Mr Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi during his visit to Germany on Friday failed to recognize the involvement of the Congress party in the 1984 riots

Two Khalistani terrorists plotting to attack the Parliament, Delhi on high alert : Reports

 The Parliament House had been attacked once earlier, by Kashmiri separatists, in 2001

Congress President Rahul Gandhi’s fast… err.. farce on communal harmony

From pre-fast breakfast of chhole-bhature to riots accused leaders, this fast was 'symbolic' after all.

Is the Canadian PM trying to appease Khalistani voters back home by refusing to meet the Captain Amarinder?

Refusal of Justin Trudeau to meet Punjab CM Amarinder Singh may be aimed at keeping his Sikh voters in good humour. 

Eyewitnesses have said that Jagdish Tytler and Sajjan Kumar were behind killings during Sikh riots

Will the Congress and Rahul Gandhi comment on these revelations?

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West Bengal: Unavailibity of cold storage, inefficient policies blamed for loss to potato farmers in the state

While the State produces 11.5 million tonnes of potatoes annually, there is a storage capacity of only 7 million tonnes.

‘Secular’ anti-CAA protesters knew their Islamist comrades were trying to incite violence but did not inform police, WhatsApp texts reveal

The WhatsApp conversations revealed that the Delhi riots were organised and facilitated through provocation and active mobilisation of the masses.

CM Yogi seeks suggestion from film personalities for the proposed Film City in Uttar Pradesh

The proposed Film City is expected to be set up in Gautam Buddh Nagar in Uttar Pradesh.

‘Remember Kamlesh Tiwari? The same will happen to you’: Asst Stores Officer Shakeel Ahmad threatens UP Minister Rajeshwar Singh

As per police, a case has been filed against Shakeel Ahmed under Sections 504, 506, and 507 of IPC. Once the police finish investigation, they will arrest Ahmed as per law.

Reading, UK: ‘Are you Taliban?’, Sikh taxi driver attacked by four white men in apparent hate crime

Vaneet Singh, a Sikh Taxi Driver from Reading, has informed the Police that he was attacked by four white men on Sunday.

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