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THE AFTERLIFE OF JARNAIL SINGH BHINDRANWALE

With Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee task force volunteers and radical Sikh activists having clashed in the Golden Temple complex last week, revati laul analyses how, 30 years on, Operation Blue Star has affected politics in Punjab HE was ... The Statesman, 1 month ago
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Operation Bluestar's painful memory lingers

Across Punjab's heartland, Khalistan memorabilia, some showcasing its most celebrated ideologue Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale sporting an AK-47, have long been in vogue. Stickers of Bhindranwale proudly pasted behind vehicles are not hard to spot. The ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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My brother Bhindranwale was misunderstood by the govt: Harcharan Singh Rode

My brother (Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale) was born in the year of India's independence in 1947. My father was a farmer and we were seven brothers and one sister in the family. Jarnail was the youngest. His childhood was normal, but he was religious ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Days of terror: Punjab back in 1980s, writes Manjeet Sehgal

il Singh Bhindranwale may have died 30 years ago but some Sikhs still remember him with reverence. In fact in today's Punjab, Bhindranwale's cult has not vanished but grown - with many of his followers regarding him as 'Sant Ji' (a saint) and ...
 India Today1 month ago
International Business Times UK

Sikhs protest against 1984 attack on Golden Temple

LAHORE: The Sikh community living in Pakistan has still not forgotten the bravery of one of their heroes, Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, during the Indian army's attack on its most revered place, Golden Temple (Akal Takht) 30 years ago. They held ...
 Daily Times1 month ago Sikhs Remember 1984 Amritsar Massacre in Central London  International Business Times UK1 month ago Sikhs protest in London  Asian Lite1 month ago Sikhs march for Amritsar victims  BBC1 month ago

Simranjit Singh Mann raise anti-national slogans

CHANDIGARH: The 30th anniversary of saw a pitched battle between radical Sikh outfits, who had called an 'Amritsar bandh,' and the task force of the in the . Six people were injured. SGPC president said he wasn't surprised at the turn of events. "We ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Bhindranwale reborn

He has returned, as the faithful always claimed he would: not, perhaps, as his iconographers imagined riding a white horse at the head of an army but as a simulacrum that peers out of street-corner stalls and online stores. For a modest $15.99, ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Indian Express

First Person, Second Draft: Once upon a bloody time

Bhindranwale at the Golden Temple sarai. At the many events to mark the release of my latest book, Anticipating India, one question I am inevitably asked is to name the three most interesting people I have met in my life as a journalist. At one of ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
UCAN India

Operation Blue Star anniversary: Amarinder Singh rejects Sikh groups' demands for UN intervention

Summary Former Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh today disapproved of demands by some Sikh groups for UN intervention into 1984 Operation Blue Star... Senior Congress leader and former Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh today ...
 Financial Express1 month ago India's Sikhs choose stability over independence  UCAN India1 month ago Fight for India Sikh homeland fades 30 years after temple raid  New Straits Times1 month ago INTERNATIONAL - Fight for India Sikh homeland fades 30 years after temple raid  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
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Special Broadcasting Service

30th Anniversary of Operation Blue Star - Part 1

Hartosh Singh Bal - political editor, Caravan, and author "The Shattered Dome" (H Bal) Hartosh Singh Bal, is the political editor of Caravan, whose article The Shattered Dome sheds new light on the infamous Operation Blue Star - the Indian ...
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