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Air India
UPDATED AT 3:15 PM EST Friday, Apr. 15, 2005
Bal Gupta sits behind the last photo ever taken of his wife Rama. She died during the Air-India bombing in 1985.
Photo: J.P. Moczulski/The Globe & Mail
Bal Gupta sits behind the last photo ever taken of his wife Rama. She died during the Air-India bombing in 1985.
Man and woman meet, marry, have family together after their spouses perished in Air-India bombing
1:40 AM | FULL STORY Key
Widower of victim continues to fight for judicial inquiry
12:51 AM | FULL STORY Key
Twenty years after attack, some still passionate for creation of independent Khalistan
2:33 PM | FULL STORY Key
Many witnesses sought police protection; were among reasons Crown had difficulty building case
2:31 PM | FULL STORY Key
Robert Matas
Robert Matas on the Air-India trial
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The key events as they unfolded

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Ed Greenspon
Covering Air-India means tributes as well as trials Key
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About the case
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The men accused and the judge
2:26 PM | FULL STORY Key
The victims
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Relatives left behind by the 1985 terror bombing: 'It can never be made better'
6:35 PM | FULL STORY Key
About the case
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Chronology of the Air-India case
3:47 PM | FULL STORY Key
About the case
By the numbers
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8:16 PM | FULL STORY Key

In Pictures
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Pictures of those who lost their relatives in the bombing 

After the verdict
'We began dancing on our rooftop when the verdict came,' Bagri's aunt says Key
Deliberating cases such as Air-India a lonely process, judge's friend says Key
CSIS negligence tops a list of factors that prolonged the probe and prosecution of suspects after 1985's deadly explosions Key

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Accused man makes a deal 
Caller claims Sikh group planted bomb 

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