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  • In the 1980s, the city was noted in coverage related to the 1985 bombings at Narita Airport in Japan and aboard Air India Flight 182, Canada's largest murder case.Duncan, British Columbia-Wikipedia
  • For instance, terrorist groups were responsible for the bombing of Air India Flight 182 over the Irish coast.Aircraft hijacking-Wikipedia
  • The Air India Flight 182 bombing, which originated in Montreal, happened during Mulroney's first term.Brian Mulroney-Wikipedia
  • 329: On June 23, 1985, Air India Flight 182, a Boeing 747-237B, crashed off the southwest coast of Ireland when a bomb exploded in the cargo hold.Aviation accidents and incidents-Wikipedia
  • The Kanishka Bombing case: On 23 June 1985 Air India's Flight 182 was blown up near Ireland and 329 people died.Research and Analysis Wing-Wikipedia
  • As an exception to the ban, the park board agreed in 2006 to build a new playground at Ceperley Meadows near Second Beach honouring the victims of the Air India Flight 182 bombing.Stanley Park-Wikipedia
  • The single deadliest airline catastrophe resulting from the failure of airport security to detect an onboard bomb was Air India Flight 182 in 1985, which killed 329 people.Airport security-Wikipedia
  • On April 26, 2005, he was appointed to advise Deputy Prime Minister Anne McLellan on whether or not there should be a government inquiry into the 1985 Air India disaster.Bob Rae-Wikipedia
  • CSIS has, at times, come under criticism, such as for its role in the investigation of the 1985 Air India bombing.Canadian Security Intelligence Service-Wikipedia
  • A memorial to Air India Flight 182 is located in Monk Island, in Lachine.Lachine, Quebec-Wikipedia
  • As a result of the 1985 bombing of Air India Flight 182, on 1 April 1987 the BCAS became an independent agency of the Ministry of Civil Aviation.Directorate General of Civil Aviation (India)-Wikipedia
  • On June 23, 1985, Air India Flight 182 was destroyed above the Atlantic Ocean by a bomb on board exploding; all 329 on board were killed, of whom 280 were Canadian citizens.History of Canada-Wikipedia
  • Assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and bombing of Air India plane killing 328 passengers happened in that period.Sikhs-Wikipedia
  • Since the September 11 attacks, as well as the Air India bombing in 1985 and other incidents, airport security has tightened in Canada in order to prevent any attacks in Canadian Airspace.Airport security-Wikipedia
  • The Bureau of Civil Aviation Security was established in 1987 following the crash of Air India Flight 182.Economy of India-Wikipedia
  • However, the botched handling of the Air India investigation and the case in general suffered a setback to Indo-Canadian relations.Foreign relations of India-Wikipedia
  • By 2012, partly due to coverage of Air India Flight 182, coverage of Punjabi issues in The Globe and Mail, the Vancouver Sun, and other mainstream Canadian newspapers had increased.Indo-Canadians-Wikipedia
  • The publisher of the "Indo-Canadian Times," a Canadian Sikh and once-vocal advocate of the armed struggle for Khalistan, he had criticised the bombing of Air India flight 182, and was to testify about a conversation he overheard concerning the bombing.Khalistan movement-Wikipedia
  • The 1985 bombing of Air India Flight 182 is thought to have been a revenge action.Operation Blue Star-Wikipedia
  • They also wrote the 1987 work, The Sorrow and the Terror: The Haunting Legacy of the Air India Tragedy (Air India Flight 182).Bharati Mukherjee-Wikipedia
  • These included the explosion of Air India Flight 182 in 1985, the largest mass murder in Canadian history; the École Polytechnique massacre in 1989, a university shooting targeting female students; and the Oka Crisis of 1990, the first of a number of violent confrontations between the government and Indigenous groups.Canada-Wikipedia
  • Toews called a judicial inquiry into the 1985 Air India bombing in February 2006.Vic Toews-Wikipedia
  • It gained notoriety for killing 329 civilians (mostly Canadians) in Air India Flight 182 and for the 1985 Narita International Airport bombing.Babbar Khalsa-Wikipedia
  • Some passengers on board Air India Flight 182, which crashed in 1985, were from Greater Vancouver.South Asian Canadians in Greater Vancouver-Wikipedia
  • Since leaving electoral politics, Rae worked on a number of contentious issues for the federal government, most notably the Air India disaster; worked in international relations advising on constitutional issues and conducted a study for the Ontario government on post-secondary education.2006 Liberal Party of Canada leadership election-Wikipedia
  • On June 23, 1985: BKI militants bombed Air India Flight 182 going from Montreal, Canada to New Delhi, India.Babbar Khalsa-Wikipedia
  • Air India Flight 182 was an Air India flight operating on the Montréal-London-Delhi-Bombay route.Khalistan movement-Wikipedia
  • Inderjit Singh Reyat admitted to building the bomb, was convicted in the Air India bombing.Babbar Khalsa-Wikipedia
  • In 2007, former Ontario lieutenant-governor, James Bartleman, testified at the Air India Inquiry on May 3 that he saw a CSE communications intercept warning of the June 22, 1985 bombing of Air India Flight 182 before it occurred.Communications Security Establishment-Wikipedia
  • With financial and political support of the Sikh diaspora, the movement flourished in the Indian state of Punjab, which has a Sikh-majority population and reached its zenith in the late 1970s and 1980s, when the secessionist movement caused large-scale violence among the local population including assassination of PM Indira Gandhi and the bombing of Air India Flight 182 killing 328 passengers.Khalistan movement-Wikipedia

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