Indians Kidnapped by IS

Indians killed in Iraq: Hard to believe Khokhon is no more, say family members

The family members of Khokhon Sikdar, one of the 39 Indians killed by the ISIS in Iraq, are finding it hard to believe that he will never return.

published on : 20th March 2018

Ministry of External Affairs releases list of 39 Indians killed in Iraq

Of the 39 Indians killed in Iraq on 2014, 27 are from Punjab, six are from Bihar, four from Himachal Pradesh and two from West Bengal.

published on : 20th March 2018

39 Indians killed in Iraq: Did not keep anyone in dark, it was not falsehood but tireless effort, says Sushma Swaraj; slams Congress for disrupting Lok Sabha

Swaraj said no government can declare anyone dead without proof and her government does not believe in the theory of "missing, believed to be killed".

published on : 20th March 2018

Rahul Gandhi expresses shock at death of 39 Indians in Iraq

Congress president Rahul Gandhi today expressed shock and his deepest condolences at the death of 39 Indians in captivity in Iraq.

published on : 20th March 2018

Indians killed by ISIS in Iraq's Mosul: Shashi Tharoor slams government, Harsimrat Kaur Badal defends it

Giving falsehood to people is actually cruel and suggests a certain level of lack transparency on part of the government, Tharoor said.

published on : 20th March 2018

Punjab CM Amarinder Singh 'shattered' over death of Indians in Iraq, AAP says Swaraj should quit

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh today said he was "shattered at the heart-wrenching news" that 39 Indians, kidnapped by the ISIS, had been killed in Iraq.

published on : 20th March 2018

39 Indians kidnapped by IS in 2014 in Iraq's Mosul were killed: Sushma Swaraj; MoS VK Singh to bring back the bodies

The minister told the Rajya Sabha that their bodies were spotted using deep penetration radar. The bodies were exhumed from mass graves and their identities confirmed by DNA tests, she said.

published on : 20th March 2018