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Exiled from the hills
Indian Express

Exiled from the hills

A legend in his own lifetime, Subash Ghising also faced oblivion, and passed away almost a political recluse in New Delhi's Sir Ganga Ram Hospital on Thursday. It was a coincidence that he died in a place close to Karol Bagh, his home during a ... Indian Express, 1 day ago
India Today

Badal hell-bent on release of terrorists, despite criticism

Despite facing widespread criticism, the Parkash Singh Badal led Punjab government seems to be going ahead with its agenda to secure premature release for convicted Khalistan militants who were sentenced to life imprisonment. The Shiromani Akali ...
 India Today2 weeks ago

Haryana stops Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa from entering Punjab

Amid the BJP's objection to the Shiromani Akali Dal's demand for the release of Sikh prisoners, the BJP government in Haryana on Thursday scuttled ex-militant Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa's attempt to enter Punjab. Gurbaksh, who has been on a fast ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago
Yahoo! India

Terrorist Tara, accused in Beant Singh …

Jagtar Singh, alias Tara, convicted in the assassination of former Punjab chief minister Beant Singh in 1995, has been arrested in Thailand, The Hindustan Times reported citing well-placed sources. Tara, self-styled chief of the Khalistan Tiger ...
 Yahoo! India3 weeks ago

1984: From cultural violence to genocide

The devastating riots that left more than 2,000 Sikhs dead were the culmination of a long-drawn campaign of orchestrated violence against the community Preetika Nanda Delhi What does it mean to witness your loved ones being doused in ...
 HardNews Magazine3 weeks ago

Under Intelligence Assault

Reading Pakistani newspapers, one doesn't get the impression that Indian spy agencies are involved in Pakistan. Sure, there are accusations that India's external intelligence, Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), is supporting the Pakistani Taliban and ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago

SAD-BJP ties are in national interest. Weve always stood by BJP, never put any condition

Weve been the most proactive in catching people but are blamed for being the pushers of drug addicts, says Sukhbir Singh Badal. WhySukhbir Singh Badal: The Punjab deputy chief minister is considered the de facto power in his father Parkash ...
 Financial Express4 weeks ago

Akali Dal plans to cloud Amit Shah's …

CHANDIGARH: The cold war between the BJP and alliance partner Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) has turned hot on the issue of drug problem in Punjab. While BJP leaders have publicly accepted that the state has become the biggest market of narcotics, ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago Radical leaders form new Akali party  Hindustan Times2 months ago

Baba Amte: The last action hero of Gandhian thought

It was almost 15 years ago that I met Baba Amte in Hemalkasa. I was reporting from the Nagpur legislature session and decided to travel to the place where Amte’s son Dr Prakash provides medical treatment for free to tribals from Gadchiroli and ...
 DNA1 month ago

VIEW POINT: Why we are where we are today

By: SAIDA FAZAL Published on December 25, 2014 Our civil and military leaderships seem to have finally come to the realisation that the mess we are in today is the result of harebrained policies of the past three-and-a-half decades that now need ...
 Business Recorder1 month ago
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