“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” ― Marcel Proust
Peter had travelled to Mumbai on business a few times. 763 more words
A disabled woman passenger has alleged she had to “crawl” to the passenger coach after deboarding an Air India plane as the carrier failed to arrange a wheel chair for her due to “security” reasons, a charge denied by the airline. 59 more words
The only convicted perpetrator of the 1985 Air India bombings was released from a Canadian prison on Wednesday, the Times of India reports.
Inderjit Singh Reyat, a Sikh who emigrated to Canada, had served more than two decades in jail for building the two suitcase bombs involved in the plot, intended for two Air India Boeing 747s. 227 more words
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. 140 more words
Air India victims’ relatives want to know why no effort was made to keep convicted terrorist Inderjit Singh Reyat in jail beyond his statutory release date. 699 more words
VANCOUVER — The only person convicted in the 1985 Air India bombings has been granted statutory release from prison to a halfway house.
Inderjit Singh Reyat was charged with perjury in 2006 for repeatedly lying during his testimony at the trial into the bombing deaths of 331 people, mostly Canadians. 609 more words
The only man convicted in the 1986 Air India bombing is eligible for statutory release to a halfway house today. Inderjit Singh Reyat will serve out the rest of his sentence at an undisclosed Vancouver location. 118 more words