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  • Air India Kanishka Bombing Convict Inderjit Singh Reyat Released From Prison

    Air India Kanishka Bombing Convict Inderjit Singh Reyat Released From Prison

    The only person ever convicted over the 1985 Air India bombings that killed 331 people was released from a Canadian prison on Wednesday after serving two decades behind bars.

  • PM Narendra Modi Visits Gurudwara, Temple as He Wraps Up Canada Visit

    PM Narendra Modi Visits Gurudwara, Temple as He Wraps Up Canada Visit

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today visited a gurudwara and a temple in Vancouver in the final leg of this three-day visit to Canada which ends today. Later, the Prime Minister is scheduled to attend an official dinner hosted by his Canadian counterpart Stephen Harper, before departing for India.

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Canadian Counterpart Harper Pay Tribute to Crash Victims at Air India Memorial

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Canadian Counterpart Harper Pay Tribute to Crash Victims at Air India Memorial

    Sending a strong message against terrorism, Prime Minister Narendra Modi accompanied by his Canadian counterpart Stephen Harper today visited the Air India Memorial here to pay tributes to the 329 people, mostly of Indian-origin, killed in the Kanishka bombing in 1985.

  • Air India bombing accused faces legal fees of $5.2-million

    In a major decision on Thursday, the Canadian Supreme Court allowed the government to recover legal fees of $5.2 million from Air India Kanishka bombing accused Ripudaman Singh Mailk. Malik was acquitted in the case in 2005. The Vancouver-based millionaire businessman had expressed his inability to pay his legal fees for the trial, forcing the prov...

  • Families angry as Air India bomber appeals conviction

    Families angry as Air India bomber appeals conviction

    Jailed Air India Kanishka bomber Inderjit Singh Reyat's petition to challenge his latest conviction has angered families of the victims of the 1985 tragedy.After spending 15 years in jail for his role in the Air India bombing plot, Reyat got additional nine years last month for lying nineteen times under oath to save two other suspects Ripudaman Si...

  • Kanishka bombing: Reyat sentenced to 9 years for perjury

    Inderjit Singh Reyat, the only man convicted in 1985 Air India bombing, has been sentenced to nine years in jail by a Canadian court for perjury at the trial of his two co-accused conspirators.In handing down his sentence, British Columbia Superior Court judge Mark McEwan observed Reyat was "nothing like a remorseful man.""The effect of Reyat's per...

  • 25 years later, Canada offers $25,000 to Kanishka victims' familes

    The Canadian government has reportedly offered $20,000 to $25,000 to families of each Air India Kanishka victim - 25 years after all 329 people on board Flight 182 from Montreal to New Delhi perished when it was blown off mid-air near the Irish coast June 23, 1985.A public inquiry by former Canadian chief justice John Major in June blamed various C...

  • Kanishka bombing: Inderjit Singh Reyat goes on trial for perjury

    The only person ever convicted in the 1985 Kanishka bombing, Inderjit Singh Reyat, went on trial before a Canadian Court in the province of British Columbia.Accused of lying to protect the alleged suspects who were later acquitted, Reyat is on trial before a judge and jury on 19 charges of perjury, and stands accused of lying under oath in the tria...

  • 25 years later, Canada says sorry for Kanishka

    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Thursday offered a formal apology to families of the victims of the Air-India Kanishka bombings on the 25th anniversary of the worst terror attack in the country's history."Some wounds are too deep to be healed even by the remedy of time," Harper said on Wednesday at Air India memorial in Humber Bay Park in...

  • Kanishka most barbarous act of terror till date: PM

    Kanishka bombing, which shook the country 25 years ago, was remembered by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. Terming it a "barbarous act", Singh on Wednesday said, terrorism must be fought and eliminated with determination and joint action."This was a horrific incident which shook the world's conscience. It is with a sense of deep pain and sorrow that ...

  • Kanishka bombing: Chronology of events

    Following is the chronology of major events in the 1985 Air India Kanishka bombing incident:June 23, 1985: Air India Flight 182 leaves Toronto and explodes near Ireland, killing 329 people, 278 of them Canadians. Less than one hour before the blast, two baggage handlers at Tokyo's Narita airport are killed when a bag explodes as it is being transfe...

  • Kanishka bombing: Inquiry commission report on June 17

    The final report of the Public Inquiry Commission, probing into the Air India bombing and Canada's failure to prosecute those responsible for the terror attack, will be released on June 17, officials said on Saturday."The final report of the Commission of Inquiry into the Investigation of the Bombing of Air India Flight 182 will be released in Otta...

  • Kanishka case: Canadian court dismisses jury

    A Canadian court has dismissed a jury in the perjury trial of Inderjit Singh Reyat, the only person convicted in the 1985 Air India bombing that killed 329 passengers.

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