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Jagdish Tytler

Jagdish Tytler, Sajjan Kumar Asked To Leave Raj Ghat Where Congress Stages Protest Against Govt

Apr 09, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

Tytler was seen leaving stage occupied by senior party leaders after having a conversation with Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken.

Sukhbir Badal Accuses Rajiv Gandhi Of Supervising 1984 Anti-Sikh Riots

Jan 29, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

In an interview given to a news channel recently, Tytler had claimed that Gandhi took stock of the situation and asked him to contain the riots.


The Devil’s Advocate

Is Captain Amarinder Singh trying to prejudge the guilt of a person who is perceived to be involved in the riots?

Brazen Impunity

May 09, 2013 Warisha Farasat

Peace is based on the concept of justice, and for most part in India, influential persons responsible for communal violence are never brought to justice.


'Khoon Ka Badla Khoon'

That's what, said this eyewitness, whose testimony was not recorded by the CBI, the mob led by Jagdish Tytler was chanting...

09 August, 2005

Report Of The Nanavati Commission

G.T. Nanavati

The full report was 185 pages long. We reproduce PART-IV: ASSESSMENT OF EVIDENCE AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ACTION


10 November, 2009
Archive Photo: Shastra Puja on Vijaya Dashmi

Not Relevant Indians?

Omar Khalidi

NRIs are largely seen as rabid supporters of right-wing Hindutva, but there is another category of them who like to see themselves as having made the likes of Narendra Modi into a political pariah abroad


09 April, 2009

Editor's Byte

Vinod Mehta

The late Malcolm Muggeridge once noted the difficulty facing satirists: How do you poke fun at reality when reality itself is bizarre? When Henry Kissinger gets the Nobel Peace prize, satire has little room for play.


09 April, 2009

'Ever Since I Deposed Against Tytler...'

Chander Suta Dogra

'...I have not had a moment's peace,' says Surinder Singh, who was a granthi at Gurudwara Pulbangash in Delhi during the 1984 riots and adds that he vividly remembers 'seeing Tytler urging rioters not to waste time on looting but to get down to kill


09 April, 2009

Exploiting The Sikh Sentiments

Chander Suta Dogra

The hurt within the larger community remains, the anger is like a festering sore even today, and most say they have no real hope for justice. The difference is that the ordinary Sikh refuses to ally with any political party on this issue anymore.


27 March, 2009

Poll Pourri

Chander Suta Dogra

If the BJP has the albatross of Varun Gandhi round its neck, the Congress is no less unburdened after having given tickets in Delhi to Jagdish Tytler and Sajjan Kumar, accused in the 1984 Sikh riots.


31 March, 2008

Standing Up To Be Counted

Chander Suta Dogra

A few damaging witnesses, who the CBI claimed could not be traced, have surfaced in the last few days to say, that they are ready to depose against the high profile accused Congressmen if they are assured of rehabilitation and some protection.


29 October, 2007

Will The CBI Please Take Notice?

Outlook Web Bureau

Key witness in 1984 Sikh Massacre case, claimed by CBI to be untraceable, alleges "conspiracy behind CBI giving clean chit to Jagdish Tytler", offering availability to testify Updates


23 March, 2006

No Profit, Only Loss

Sundeep Dougal

So Sonia Gandhi made a virtue out of necessity and has, as the Congress website have us believe, taken the wind out of the BJP sails, but surely the issue goes far beyond cynical political one-upmanship?


10 August, 2005

The Credible Evidence

Surinder Singh

The full texts of the two affidavits referred to by the Nanavati Commission while recordings its finding "that there is credible evidence against Shri Jagdish Tytler to the effect that very probably he had a hand in organizing attacks on Sikhs".


10 August, 2005

The Congress High Tradition

Sundeep Dougal

The Congress spokesman got it perfectly right when he invoked the "high traditions of sacrifice exemplified by the party" in the much belated resignation offered by Jagdish Tytler. Updates


09 August, 2005

The Alleged ATR

Full text of the "memorandum of action taken on the report of Justice G.T. Nanavati Commission of Inquiry set up to inquire into riots of 1984".


08 August, 2005

List Of People Identified By Survivors

Annexure IV: H.K.L. Bhagat, Babu Ram Sharma, Sajjan Kumar, Lalit Makan, Dharam Das Shastri, Jagdish Tytler, Mahendra, Mangat Ram Singal, Dr. Ashok Kumar, Sukhan Lal Sood, Jagdish Chander Tokas -- all Congress politicians to police big wigs and others


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