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Telescope: Loud speakers and answer seekers

It’s not that media does not ask questions. Some do it only of the Opposition.

Indians killed in Iraq: Trauma continues as two families told to wait at airport

They spent the day waiting at the Amritsar airport, after the district administration told them on Tuesday evening that the remains would arrive by morning.

Lessons from a tragedy

In its handling of the death of 39 Indian citizens in Iraq, the government left much to be desired.

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US condoles death of 39 Indians in Iraq

“We stand with the people of India in condemning these murders,” the State Department spokesperson said.

Sushma Swaraj confirms death of 39 Indians in Iraq

We could hear sounds of gun battles every day: Kharar man recalls his horrifying two months in Iraq

Sukhwinder Singh was a construction worker in Iraq when ISIS started its campaign in 2014. Singh, who studied up to Class IV, said that he went to Iraq in May 2014 through an agent.

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Indians killed in Iraq: ‘All these years they assured us my son is alive, today they say he is dead. Which do I believe?’

For 4 years, 39 families were assured by govt that their sons, husbands and fathers abducted in Iraq were safe. Now, they describe how their hopes were dashed

Tragedy after 4-year trauma: 39 Iraq missing are declared dead

Capping a series of conflicting statements from the government on the fate of these men, Swaraj said the identities of 38 of those dead have been confirmed while one case was still “under process”.

Indians killed in Iraq: Families’ anguish, say were kept in dark for so long

Of the missing men, 27 were from Punjab, four from Himachal, and eight from Bihar and West Bengal. They are believed to have been abducted by the Islamic State on June 15, 2014, and were not heard of since then.

Sushma Swaraj confirms death of 39 Indians in Iraq

Indians kidnapped in Iraq | Six statements in 2 years: They are alive and safe

The news of their kidnapping by Islamic State hit the Narendra Modi government barely weeks into its triumphant entry in the last week of May 2014.

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Always said they were killed, says lone survivor Harjit Masih

As Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj Tuesday confirmed 39 Indians missing in Iraq since 2014 had been killed by IS, she reiterated that Masih had lied and called his version a “cock and bull story”

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39 Indians killed in Iraq: ‘Insensitive’, Swaraj must apologise, says Congress

The Congress demanded that Swaraj should meet each family and publicly apologise to them, while AAP leader and Kharar MLA Kanwar Sandhu called for her resignation

Indians killed in Iraq: Never gave any false hope to anyone, says Sushma; Opposition says govt ‘insensitive’

The 39 Indians abducted in Iraq in 2014 were killed by Islamic State terrorists and buried in a mass grave, the government told Parliament today, setting off a row with the opposition, which accused it of being insensitive for not informing the victims’ families first.

Indians killed in Iraq: Victims’ families call it ‘government’s biggest failure’

Indians killed in Iraq: As many as 40 Indians were originally abducted by terrorist organisation IS in June 2015 from Mosul in Iraq but one of them escaped by posing as a Muslim from Bangladesh.

Indians killed in Iraq: ‘Shattered’ family of Gobinder Singh wants job for his son

The family came to know about Gobinder Singh’s death from news channels. “We have not received yet received any call from the Union ministry about the confirmation of the death of 39 Indians,” said Davinder Singh.

39 Indians killed in Iraq’s Mosul: No govt can declare anyone dead without proof, says Sushma Swaraj

While maintaining that she did not keep anyone in the dark about the deaths, Sushma Swaraj said, “It would have been a sin had we handed over anybody’s body claiming it to be those of our people, just for the sake of closing files.”