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Punjab to make fresh bid for Pammaextradition

The district police have launched a fresh attempt to extradite Babbar Khalsa International (BKI) terrorist Paramjeet Singh Pamma who was arrested in December last year in Portugal. Pamma was not handed over to the Punjab police by Portugal ... Yahoo! India, 6 days ago

Portugal rejects extradition plea, releases Babbar Khalsa terrorist

Portuguese authorities on Friday turned down India's request for extraditing former member of banned terrorist organization Babbar Khalsa International Paramjeet Singh Pamma and have released him.
 Times of India2 months ago Portugal rejects plea to extradite BKI leader  Asian Age2 months ago
Hindustan Times

ISI using Sikh extremists in Canada for anti-India activities: Intel

Intelligence inputs available with the Indian government indicate Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency is using Sikh extremists in Canada for pro-Khalistan and anti-India activities. Among them are an alleged associate of Jagtar Singh ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago

Beant Singh assassination case: CBI fails to appoint special publicprosecutor

THE CBI has been unable to appoint a special public prosecutor in the Beant Singh assassination case, though Jagtar Singh Tara was arrested a year and a half ago. This fact came to light during the hearing of the case on Wednesday. Tara was ...
 Yahoo! India16 hours ago
Indian Express

In 26 yrs, Punjab suffered most terror attacks, blasts

A soldier takes cover during the Gurdaspur terror attack last year. Archive photo AS MANY as 2,186 people were killed and 6,074 injured in major terrorist attacks and bomb blasts in India from 1989 till 2015, as per the Ministry of Home Affairs ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

On Centre's blacklist: Kanishka bombing convict, doctor, 1981 Indian Airlineshijacker

The only convict in the Air India Kaniksha bombing case and two accused who were later acquitted are among 16 Sikh men still barred from entering the country. They all remain on a blacklist of Sikhs maintained by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), ...
 Yahoo! India2 weeks ago

Controversial Sikh Businessman Ripudaman Singh Malik Among 21 Sikhs Removed From India's Blacklist

Ripudaman Singh Malik The other NRI Sikhs who will now not face any visa restrictions from the Indian Government, post their delisting are — Satbir Singh Bhullar, Satnam Singh Johl, Gian Singh Sandhu, Daljit Singh Sekhon, Mokham Singh Bagria, ...
 Link4 weeks ago Indian newspaper says Ripudaman Singh Malik among those whose names have been removed from India's blacklist »  Indo-Canadian Voice4 weeks ago
catchnews.com

BJPs Swachh Bharat against anti-nationals should begin at home, not JNU

BJP MP Maheish Girri has filed a police complaint against unknown persons for organising an event against the hanging of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru. The event was organised at the Jawaharlal Nehru University on 9 February, the day Guru was executed ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
Gizmodo India

India Has A History Of Airplane Hijacks, But These Are Among The Worst

The friendly skies are not only the safest but fastest way to travel. But when there's a knock of danger, the feeling of helplessness rattles the soul of humanity. This very feeling still remains in the hearts of survivors of the 1986 Pan AM Flight ...
 Gizmodo India2 months ago
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