1984 – The Semantics of Genocide And The Bugbear Of Khalistan

By: Sarabpreet Singh 04/19/2017 On December 26, 2014, The Union Home Minister of India, Rajnath Singh visited Tilakvihar, a poor and blighted neighborhood in Delhi, also known as The Widow Colony where the wives and children of Sikhs who were murdered in 1984 had been settled. Speaking about the violence that

For Sikh Canadians, Ontario’s Genocide Motion Was Courageous And Unifying

By: Amneet Singh (Bali) Earlier this month, in a historic move demonstrating commitment to democracy and human rights, the Ontario Legislature passed a motion to recognize the 1984 anti-Sikh violence as genocide. The term genocide is politically charged and because of this it is rarely used. But, in this instance,

MLA Sardar Jarnail Singh’s Powerful Speech

MLA Sardar Jarnail Singh’s Powerful Speech Inside Delhi Assembly The Indian Express reported: Singh was unable to fight back his tears as he said, “This question is related to our honour. What answers will we give our children when they ask what happened to the perpetrators of the attacks? After

Pressure Mounts For A Independent Public Inquiry

  More declassified papers from 1985 show Margaret Thatcher held a very one-sided view of Sikhs in the UK. As further revelations emerge it shows selling arms to India and breaking India’s link with the Soviet Union was critical to Margaret Thatcher and she was heavily influenced by pressure and

Interview with HS Phoolka About Closure Of Case Of Jagdish Tytler

  An interview was conducted by Raghbir Singh of the Akaal Channel which is based in UK. He speaks to S. H.S. Phoolka on the case closure of Jagdish Tytler. Jagdish Tytler was in  court for the direct involvement in the November 1984 genocide of the Sikhs. The video is

June 10th 1984

On the 10th June 1984 after 10 days of terror, the guns finally fell silent. The last Sikh fighters who had been holding out from the 1st June, were killed. Giani Puran Singh’s account gives an accurate description of this incident: “There were 4 Singhs in the basement of the

A Brief History Of One Sikh American’s Response To 1984

  By: Meeta Kaur American author Maya Angelou states, “The ache for home lives in all of us, the safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned.” A kind of garden of what home is blooms inside of all of us; cultivating memories and family

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