Jagdish Tytler

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    as Sikh Genocide “Never forget 1984” Many years has been passed but still when we read the Sikh genocide in 1984, our eyes filled with the tears. The 1984 Sikh riots also known as the Sikh Massacre or the genocide of Sikhs, started after the murder of Indira Gandhi, the Prime Minister of India by her own two Sikh bodyguards. The reason behind this was to take the revenge from Mrs. Gandhi as it was her decision to have an attack on the Golden Temple, one of the biggest holy place of the Sikh community

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    different national and worldwide levels. Understanding globalization, in this manner, obliges one to perceive how these variables interrelate and impact each other. One text that makes a successful job of investigating these complex connections is Jagdish Bhagwati 's “In Defense of Globalization.” Bhagwati, a Columbia University economics professor and author of numerous books on trade, makes all the right economic arguments, however without the flurry of factual connections frequently used to put

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    Indira Gandhi in morning of 31 October 1984. The riots had started off in the evening just after her morning death. The information of the riots was already taken by Giyani Jail Singhji that meeting of congress leaders – Arun Nehru, HKL Bhagat and Jagdish Tytler and more were deciding to give a slogan called ‘khoon ka badla khoon’. The first riot took place in the evening near Delhi market of INA, near south Delhi. The riots were a challenge to the government to counter the overt insurgency effects

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