Sunday, 4 December 2016

Carnage 84 - Massacre Of 4000 Sikhs In Delhi

Seventeen years ago, for three full days, armed mobs had a free run of India's Capital hunting Sikhs, one of the more prosperous minority communities of the country, killing their men by burning them alive, looting and destroying their properties, molesting their women and assaulting their children, all with the patronage of the then ruling Congress party and its leaders.
This is a story of how 4,000 Sikhs were massacred in Delhi alone from November 1 to 3, 1984, and the covert but very determined efforts made by the state machinery to shield the culprits and deny justice to the victims.
And also a story of the equally determined efforts made by over the years against all odds by a group of citizens by Senior Advocate H.S. Phoolka to fight for justice.
The fight is still on...
The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee presents an account of all the documents, official and non-official, related to the pogrom as a record for all the posterity.
This CD presents the first comprehensive account of the 1984 carnage and includes area-wise details of the violence linked to a map of Delhi, 1000 affidavits of victims and witnesses, all official and non-official inquiry reports and statements of eminent persons.
All this material has been put together by persons spearheading the fight for justice:
H.S. Phoolka, Sr. Advocate
Professor N.S. Bawa
Wing Commander (Retd) R.S. Chhatwal
Commodore (Retd) J.M.S. Sood
Consultant Editor Manoj Mitta
Legal and Technical Research Satinder Singh.

The Healing Touch

Preet Ank - Sher Singh MSc Kashmir

Celebrating the Life and Works of Bhai Sahib Bhai Sher Singh MSc Kashmir

Sunday, 23 October 2016

The Forum Gazette Vol. 2 No. 7 April 5-19, 1987

The Forum Gazette Vol. 2 No. 7 April 5-19, 1987 issue contains:-

The Fairfax Fracas: Is The President Involved by Shashi Shekhar and T Haque in Delhi

Three Hundred Starvation Deaths In Orissa: Government Remains Unmoved: PM's Rescue Plan
Non-Existent by Pradeep Ojha

Janvani or Sarkarvani by Kusum Tripathi
Russia's Space Edge by Arjun Ghosh
Violence Meets Non-violence At the Malkot Mine by Rajiv Sethi

Kamladevi Chattopadhyay's World and today's India by Jaya Jaitly

Sardar Gurcharan Singh: A Birthday Tribute by Srimati Lal
Videshon Mein Bhartiya Krantikari Aandolan by Vishwamittra Upadhyay; review by Akhil Anand

Failure On Five Counts

Political Paradigms by Modhumita Mojumdar

Open Forum
Latest Extremist 'Crusade' Boomerangs by Satindra Singh
Photo Out of Place by Mrs. Unal Sukhpal Singh

Sugar Cane Workers Demand Just Wages In Gujarat: Exploitation In the Cooperative Sector by Bharat Dogra

Nagpal's T.V. Success Story by Nandika Jaitly


A Poetic Feast by A.S. Judge

Paris-Moscow Rift: Tit-For-Tat Diplomacy by Partha S Banerjee

The Vigil of Two Wives by Harji Malik

Violence Brewing Among Opposing Communities by T.C. Joseph

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