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'RSS people killed Mahatma Gandhi' - Did Rahul Gandhi say this? Is he lying now? WATCH this video; find out

'RSS people killed Mahatma Gandhi' - Did Rahul Gandhi say this? Is he lying now? WATCH this video; find out

Let's watch this video of the Rahul's speech which has become the bone of contention.

Rajiv Gandhi assassination: SC rejects plea against relief to convicts

The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to review its verdict commuting death sentence of three convicts in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case to life imprisonment and dismissed Centre`s review petition.

Bhutto murder case: Vanishing witnesses impeding progress

The Benazir Bhutto`s murder probe is getting stalled amidst security threats to former general Pervez Musharraf and key witnesses evading from appearing in the court.

Chokri Belaid assassinated in Tunisia, opposition calls for strike

Nationwide strike has been called by Tunisia’s opposition after Chokri Belaid, secretary general of the leftist Democratic Patriots Party, was assassinated.

Pak rejects Afghan accusations over Rabbani probe

Pakistan Wednesday rejected Afghan
accusations that it had refused to cooperate in the investigation into the assassination of Kabul government peace
envoy Burhanuddin Rabbani.

Commute death penalty in Rajiv killing case: Investigator

The main investigator in the Rajiv Gandhi assasination case has called for commuting the death penalty of the three accused to life sentence.

Bhatti`s killing not religiously motivated: Report

A family rivalry over property was
behind the assassination of Pak Minority Affairs Minister Shahbaz Bhatti early this year.

Ex-Oz PM Rudd calls off `assassination` party

Australia`s former Prime Minister
Kevin Rudd today called off a so-called "assassination" party
intended to mark the first anniversary of his ousting by Julia

Nation to observe May 21 as Anti-Terrorism Day

India will observe Anti-Terrorism Day Friday to mark former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi`s assassination on May 21, 1991.

Never-before-seen video of Kennedy on public display

For the first time, a colour film shot by a 15-year-old student providing glimpses of former US President John F Kennedy and his wife arriving in Dallas on the day he was assassinated is on display at a museum in Dallas.