SFJ has filed an appeal in the US Court of Appeals against Cogan’s order to dismiss the case against Gandhi.
SAD-BJP will soon start introspection exercise to gauge the performance of government vis-à-vis parties, said Badal.
The sting was carried out over one year with vast majority of the shoots in the last two months.
The Congress seemed to be fairly de-motivated after polling in Delhi came to an end.
Congress party is seeking dismissal of the human rights violation lawsuit citing lack of subject-matter jurisdiction.
A US judge has reserved ruling on a lawsuit filed here by a Sikh rights group against Congress party.
During a TV interview his failure to apologise for the riots had touched off a controversy with opposition parties attacking him.
SAD claims to take up the issue of 1984 riots and development issues in the upcoming Loksabha elections.
Tytler had withdrawn his candidature following protests after he was named in a case related to the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
Undertrial Suresh Kumar says he is not Suresh Kumar Panewala, court asks him to name witnesses.
Sonia Gandhi’s lawyer accused the Sikhs for Justice of holding an “innocent” Gandhi liable.
SGPC allegedly paid Rs 42 lakh to five lawyers recommended by Poohlka to represent the 1984-riot victims.
Refusing to compare the Sikh riots with the 2002 post-Godhra riots, Ramesh said the latter were ‘born out of hatred’ in Gujarat.
PWD Minister Manish Sisodia said besides reopening of FIRs, the SIT would also inquire into allegations of destruction of evidence by police.
Congress leaders Jagdish Tytler and Sajjan Kumar are facing allegations of involvement in the riots after Indira Gandhi was assassinated on October 31, 1984.