to forgive, help build a new India, Chidambaram to Sikhs
New Delhi, June 25
to put behind memories of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, Union Home Minister
P Chidambaram on Saturday said the country has moved on since the
“tragic incident” and that it was time to “forgive” and build a
new India. “It is time that we
forgive and move on to build a new India where every citizen
irrespective of faith has equal place,” Chidambaram said while
addressing a function here to felicitate him for his role in removing
names of 142 Sikhs from the Home Ministry’s ‘blacklist’.
maps, survey sheets in Adarsh case go missing
Mumbai, June 25
Maps and some survey sheets from
1872-1960 related to Adarsh land and surrounding Colaba areas have gone
missing from the land records office of the city, the fourth such
instance of files related to the controversial society going missing.
Qadian-Beas rail route approved
Chandigarh, June 25
Qadian, the headquarters of the
Ahmadiya sect in Gurdaspur district, will finally be accessible by rail
with the Expanded Board of Railways (EBR) approving a rail line to the
town from Beas in Amritsar district.