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Jaya flirts with fire

uring the 1980s, then Union Home Minister Zail Singh was widely regarded as backing a fiery preacher, Jarnail Singh Bhinderanwale, in his daily attacks on individuals and institutions in the Punjab. The preacher of hatred was seen as Zail Singh's ... The Sunday Guardian, 2 months ago

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SAD leaders counter Badal, endorse Bluestar memorial

The Akali Dal leaders also referred to armed militants who had died alongside Bhindranwale as martyrs."There is nothing wrong in the memorial.
 Times of India2 months ago

Sikh bodies celebrate Bhindranwale`s birth anniversary

Activists of some Sikh bodies on Wednesday celebrated the birth anniversary of Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, who had led the Khalistan movement.
 Zee News2 months ago Sikh bodies celebrate Bhindranwale's birth anniversary  Business Standard2 months ago

When Capt Amrinder Singh slept on Bhindranwale's bed

On the sidelines of interaction with media, Capt said he still remembered his last meeting with Bhindranwale."It was fixed at 10am sometime in January before (Operation) Bluestar.
 Times of India2 months ago

Sikh Youth Federation (Bhindranwale) marks martyrdom day of Saka 1978 martyrs

Amritsar, Punjab (April 14, 2014): As per information members of Sikh Youth Federation (Bhindranwale) held an Ardas samagam in the memory of 13 Sikhs who were killed by so-called Nirankaris at Amritsar on the Vaisakhi day in 1978.
 Sikh Siyasat Online1 week ago

Operation Sundown Plan to abduct Sant Bhindranwale from Guru Nanak Niwas in Dec. 1983 More chapters of black history of India coming into light

Chandigarh/ Punjab (February 01, 2014): According to India Today: [m]onths before Prime Minister Indira Gandhi sent the Indian Army into the Golden Temple in 1984, she considered a covert commando raid to apprehend radical Sikh leader Jarnail Singh ...
 Sikh Siyasat Online2 months ago
Indian Express

Raj, without let-up

In theprocess, Thackeray revealed a great deal about himself in these interviews, perhaps unintentionally. MNS chief's interviews showed how offence can be the best form of defence. Raj Thackeray's table manners may be exquisite but his ...
 Indian Express22 hours ago

Capt lacks vision: Jaitley

ess candidate from Amritsar Lok Sabha seat and former chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh apparently lacked the vision, his SAD-BJP rival candidate Arun Jaitley has displayed in his document of proposed plans for the holy city. While the BJP ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago
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Sikhs want UK apology for Golden Temple row

Chandigarh: Revelations that Margaret Thatcher's Government was actively consulted ahead of the Indian Army's June 1984 assault on Sikhism's holiest shrine has predictably provoked vehement indignation in Punjab. Several leaders including ...
 Space View Times2 days ago

A soft account of the Rajiv Gandhi era

When you look at the Rajiv Gandhi era the first impression you get is that here was a reluctant entrant into politics who was forced to take the reins of power upon the assassination of his mother and former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, who was in ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
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