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India & Its 1984 Genocide:
30 Years On, Time for Indian Parliament to Make Amends?
In the wake of 911, the US Congress passed a resolution “condemning bigotry and violence against Sikh-Americans“.
Nobel Laureate Recalls New Delhi’s 1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom:
I P SINGH
"The crime was not only against the Sikh community, but against humanity at large, against the nation ..."
US Court Summons Amitabh Bachchan To Answer Allegations Over 1984 Mass-Murders FIRST POST
Bachchan has to respond to the charges made by the Human Rights body in 21 days.
Remembrance & Renewal -
Individually & Collectively
T. SHER SINGH
In the memory of “those Singhs and Singhniyaan who sacrificed their lives at the altar of Sikhi …”
All In The Family:
Three Perspectives on "Kultar's Mime"
BANNO KAUR BAJAJ, GITIKA KAUR BAJAJ & GLEN D'ROZARIO
The brilliance and economy of the movements is only surpassed by the ingenuity of the visual metaphors.
Tales of Complicity and Cover-ups:
Delhi 1984 & Gujarat 2002
Justice Ranganath Misra held all the proceedings in camera; the public and media were not present during the testimony.
Civil Society and Conflict Transformation
ARMED CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND PEOPLE’S RIGHTS PROJECT
A look at efforts to support the survivors of the 1984-1995 conflict in Punjab.
1984 and The Othering of Sikhs -
A Conference Examining India as a Violent Nation
HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK
Senior Congress Confidant Steps Forward To Confirm Detailed Planning Of 1984 Pogrom:
Names Mass-Murderer Arun Nehru
DHIRENDRA K. JHA
Indian Govt's former petroleum secretary reveals that Rajiv Gandhi aide Arun Nehru had sanctioned the violence.
India’s 1984 Massacres:
Thirty Years of Impunity
By any standards of the civilized world, Delhi 1984 is one of a kind, a monstrosity without a parallel.