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Explained: Why Archbishop of Canterbury's apology for the Jallianwala Bagh massacre matters

But why hasn’t the UK apologised till now? For one, admitting blame could have legal and financial consequences.

Painting a tragedy: Art piece depicting Jallianwala unveiled at UK museum

On the right flank is General Dyer, positioned above the entrance to the Jallianwala Bagh memorial. As his actions are viewed differently by different people, there’s a halo over his head for the view that ‘he was the saviour of Punjab’ and a tail to show ‘the beast’ who ordered the massacre

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100 years of Jallianwala: A street fades away

The 180-metre stretch of narrow road lies forgotten today with even some people living on its periphery not knowing about the lane, or how it got its name, or how it shaped history of Punjab and India.

Jallianwala Bagh massacre: 5 things you didn't know

Jallianwala Bagh massacre: 99 years after the carnage, we take a look at some of the key points of the fateful day.

Not hurt by comparison with General Dyer, says Army chief Bipin Rawat

General Rawat said, "See, I am an Army officer, just anything cannot affect me. You have to be prepared to face such.... People can misinterpret (comments made by him)."

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