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April 4, 1989
The Speaker of India's Parliament, overruling opposition objections, declared that the government need not release all sections of a report implicating a senior aide to Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in her 1984 assassination. Opposition politicians charged that Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi had not fulfilled a pledge when on March 27 he released part of the findings from the investigation into his mother's death.
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April 4, 1989
The Speaker of India's Parliament, overruling opposition objections, declared that the government need not release all sections of a report implicating a senior aide to Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in her 1984 assassination. Opposition politicians charged that Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi had not fulfilled a pledge when on March 27 he released part of the findings from the investigation into his mother's death.
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March 15, 1989
India's Parliament adjourned in an uproar after an hour of shouting and arguments over a newspaper report alleging that a powerful aide to Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi was a possible suspect in the 1984 assassination of his mother, Indira Gandhi. The Indian Express quoted what it said were secret documents from a judicial panel saying that Indira Gandhi's longtime personal secretary, R. K. Dhawan, had suddenly changed her schedule Oct.
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March 28, 1989 | MARK FINEMAN, Times Staff Writer
Under intense pressure from India's political opposition and media, Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi on Monday was forced to release a secret, three-year-old investigative report that implicates one of his closest personal aides in the assassination of his mother, then-Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, in 1984.
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March 28, 1989 | MARK FINEMAN, Times Staff Writer
Under intense pressure from India's political opposition and media, Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi on Monday was forced to release a secret, three-year-old investigative report that implicates one of his closest personal aides in the assassination of his mother, then-Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, in 1984.
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March 27, 1989 | MARK FINEMAN, Times Staff Writer
Under unprecedented pressure from India's political opposition and press, Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi today was forced to release a 3-year-old investigative report that implicates one of his closest personal aides in the assassination of his mother, Indira Gandhi, in 1984.
NEWS
March 15, 1989
India's Parliament adjourned in an uproar after an hour of shouting and arguments over a newspaper report alleging that a powerful aide to Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi was a possible suspect in the 1984 assassination of his mother, Indira Gandhi. The Indian Express quoted what it said were secret documents from a judicial panel saying that Indira Gandhi's longtime personal secretary, R. K. Dhawan, had suddenly changed her schedule Oct.
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