Air India

The following items contain links leading to the Library and Archives Canada page for the Commission of Inquiry into the Investigation of the Bombing of Air India Flight 182.

As presented on the Commission’s website, last updated on June 17, 2010:

Commission of Inquiry 
into the Investigation of the 
Bombing of Air India 
Flight 182

WELCOME

On May 1, 2006, an Order in Council was issued defining the terms of reference for the Commission of Inquiry into the Investigation of the Bombing of Air India Flight 182. The Honourable John C. Major, Q.C., was appointed Commissioner under Part 1 of the Inquiries Act.

The Inquiry will be conducted in two stages. During the first stage, the Commissioner will hear voluntary testimony from the families of the victims. Stage two will deal with matters set out in clause (b) of the Order in Council. For the Order in Council text, please visit the Terms of Reference.

Mark J. Freiman is the Commission’s Lead Counsel. Michel Dorval is the Commission’s Co-Counsel.The office of the Commission is located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Final report released June 17. Click here to access the final report.

Final Report

Air India Flight 182: A Canadian Tragedy

Remarks by Commissioner John C Major, June 17, 2010

Key Findings of the Commission

A Guide to the Report


Report Table Of Contents

Volume 1
The Overview
Volume 2
Part 1: Pre-Bombing
Part 2: Post-Bombing Investigation and Response
Volume 3
The Relationship between Intelligence and Evidence and the Challenges of Terrorism Prosecutions
Volume 4
Aviation Security
Volume 5
Terrorist Financing
Reader’s Guide
Acronyms and Key Names

Research Studies

Table Of Contents
Volume 1
Threat Assessment RCMP/CSIS Co-operation
Volume 2
Terrorism Financing, Charities, and Aviation Security
Volume 3
Terrorism Prosecutions
Volume 4
The Unique Challenges of Terrorism Prosecutions


To order printed copies of the Commission’s report, please contact Government of Canada Publications.

THE FAMILIES REMEMBER – PHASE 1 REPORT

Full Version (PDF -5,233kb 211 pages)

Table Of Contents
Transmittal Letter (pdf 32kb)
Introduction (pdf 245kb)
I. The Human Loss (pdf 1,782kb)
II. Heroic Efforts (pdf 622kb)
III. The Canadian Response (pdf 107kb)
IV. The Aftermath (pdf 1,074kb)
V. Reconciliation And Hope (pdf 608kb)
VI. Concluding Statement (pdf 1,087kb)

Annexes
Annex A Terms Of Reference (pdf 71kb)
Annex B Witness List (pdf 133kb)
Annex C Timeline Of Key Events (pdf 60kb)
Annex D Photo Captions (pdf 53kb)
Annex E Commission Staff (pdf 57kb)

NEWSROOM

Final Report to be released June 17, 2010
Date posted June 14, 2010
Click here for more information.
Notice on the final report of the Commission
(Date posted: 12/16/2009)
News Release: Submissions and Documents Released
(Date Posted: 2/12/2009)
Notice on the final report of the Commission
(Date posted: 7/28/2009)
Media Advisory: Final submissions released
(Date posted: 7/10/2008)
Reminder: Public Hearings Feb 14-15
(Date posted: 2/12/2008)
Public hearings to be held on Feb 14-15
(Date posted: 1/30/2008)
Stage1 Report to be published December 11
(Date posted: 12/10/2007)
Public hearings resume September 17, 2007
(Date posted: 9/14/2007)
Media Advisory: Hon. James K. Bartleman to testify at Air India Inquiry May 3, 2007
(Date posted: 5/2/2007)
Media Advisory: Public Hearings Resume
(Date posted: 4/27/2007)
News Release: Public Hearings to Resume April 30, 2007
(Date posted: 3/23/2007)
Media Advisory: Public Hearings Resume March 5, 2007
(Date posted: 3/2/2007)
Media Advisory: Public Hearings Resume
(Date posted: 2/16/2007)
Media Advisory: Public Hearings Resume November 6, 2006
(Date posted: 11/3/2006)
News Release: Public Hearings begin September 25, 2006
(Date posted: 9/21/2006)
Media Advisory: Reminder 
(Date posted: 7/17/2006
)Media Advisory: Applications for Standing Received
(Date posted: 7/14/2006)
Press Release: Air India Commission Delivers Opening Statement 
(Date posted: 6/21/2006)
Media Advisory: Commission Launch
(Date posted: 6/21/2006)
Press Release: Public Notice Issued
(Date posted: 6/19/2006)
Public Notice (Urdu)
(Date posted: 6/19/2006)
Public Notice (Punjabi)
(Date posted: 6/19/2006)
Public Notice (Hindi)
(Date posted: 6/19/2006)
Media Release
(Date posted: 6/19/2006)

TERMS OF REFERENCE

Her Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Prime Minister, hereby directs that a Commission do issue under Part I of the Inquiries Act and under the Great Seal of Canada appointing the Honourable John C. Major, Q.C., as Commissioner to conduct an inquiry into the investigation of the bombing of Air India Flight 182 (the “Inquiry”), which Commission shall direct

the Commissioner to conduct the Inquiry as he considers appropriate with respect to accepting as conclusive or giving weight to the findings of other examinations of the circumstances surrounding the bombing of Air India Flight 182, including
the report of the Honourable Bob Rae entitled Lessons to Be Learnedof November 23, 2005,


proceedings before the superior courts of British Columbia,


the 1991-1992 Security Intelligence Review Committee review of Canadian Security Intelligence Service activities in regard to the destruction of Air India Flight 182,


the report of the Honourable Mr. Justice B.N. Kirpal of the High Court of Delhi of February 26, 1986,


the Aviation Occurrence Report of the Canadian Aviation Safety Board into the crash involving Air India Flight 182 of January 22, 1986,


the 1985 report of Blair Seaborn entitled Security Arrangements Affecting Airports and Airlines in Canada, and


the reports prepared by the Independent Advisory Panel assigned by the Minister of Transport to review the provisions of the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority Act, the operations of the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority and other matters relating to aviation security;


the Commissioner to conduct the Inquiry specifically for the purpose of making findings and recommendations with respect to the following, namely,
if there were deficiencies in the assessment by Canadian government officials of the potential threat posed by Sikh terrorism before or after 1985, or in their response to that threat, whether any changes in practice or legislation are required to prevent the recurrence of similar deficiencies in the assessment of terrorist threats in the future,


if there were problems in the effective cooperation between government departments and agencies, including the Canadian Security Intelligence Service and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, in the investigation of the bombing of Air India Flight 182, either before or after June 23, 1985, whether any changes in practice or legislation are required to prevent the recurrence of similar problems of cooperation in the investigation of terrorism offences in the future,


the manner in which the Canadian government should address the challenge, as revealed by the investigation and prosecutions in the Air India matter, of establishing a reliable and workable relationship between security intelligence and evidence that can be used in a criminal trial,


whether Canada’s existing legal framework provides adequate constraints on terrorist financing in, from or through Canada, including constraints on the use or misuse of funds from charitable organizations,


whether existing practices or legislation provide adequate protection for witnesses against intimidation in the course of the investigation or prosecution of terrorism cases,


whether the unique challenges presented by the prosecution of terrorism cases, as revealed by the prosecutions in the Air India matter, are adequately addressed by existing practices or legislation and, if not, the changes in practice or legislation that are required to address these challenges, including whether there is merit in having terrorism cases heard by a panel of three judges, and


whether further changes in practice or legislation are required to address the specific aviation security breaches associated with the Air India Flight 182 bombing, particularly those relating to the screening of passengers and their baggage;


the Commissioner to conduct the Inquiry under the name of the Commission of Inquiry into the Investigation of the Bombing of Air India Flight 182;


that the Commissioner be authorized to adopt any procedures and methods that he may consider expedient for the proper conduct of the Inquiry, and to sit at any times and in any places in or outside Canada that he may decide;


that the Commissioner be authorized to conduct consultations in relation to the Inquiry as he sees fit;


that the Commissioner be authorized to grant to the families of the victims of the Air India Flight 182 bombing an opportunity for appropriate participation in the Inquiry;


that the Commissioner be authorized to recommend to the Clerk of the Privy Council that funding be provided, in accordance with approved guidelines respecting rates of remuneration and reimbursement and the assessment of accounts, to ensure the appropriate participation of the families of the victims of the Air India Flight 182 bombing;


that the Commissioner be authorized to grant to any other person who satisfies him that he or she has a substantial and direct interest in the subject-matter of the Inquiry an opportunity for appropriate participation in the Inquiry;


that the Commissioner be authorized to recommend to the Clerk of the Privy Council that funding be provided, in accordance with approved guidelines respecting rates of remuneration and reimbursement and the assessment of accounts, to ensure the appropriate participation of any party granted standing under paragraph (h), to the extent of the party’s interest, where in the Commissioner’s view the party would not otherwise be able to participate in the Inquiry;


that the Commissioner be authorized to rent any space and facilities that may be required for the purposes of the Inquiry, in accordance with Treasury Board policies;


the Commissioner to use the automated litigation support program specified by the Attorney General of Canada and to rely, to the greatest extent possible, on documents that have been previously identified for use in Canadian criminal proceedings arising from the bombing of Air India Flight 182, and to consult with records management officials within the Privy Council Office on the use of standards and systems that are specifically designed for the purpose of managing records;


that the Commissioner be authorized to engage the services of any experts and other persons referred to in section 11 of the Inquiries Act, at rates of remuneration and reimbursement approved by the Treasury Board;


the Commissioner, in conducting the Inquiry, to take all steps necessary to prevent disclosure of information which, if it were disclosed, could, in the opinion of the Commissioner, be injurious to international relations, national defence or national security and to conduct the proceedings in accordance with the following procedures, namely,

on the request of the Attorney General of Canada, the Commissioner shall receive information in camera and in the absence of any party and their counsel if, in the opinion of the Commissioner, the disclosure of that information could be injurious to international relations, national defence or national security,


the Commissioner may release a part or a summary of the information received in camera, if, in the opinion of the Commissioner, its disclosure would not be injurious to international relations, national defence or national security, and shall provide the Attorney General of Canada with an opportunity to make submissions regarding international relations, national defence or national security prior to any release of a part or a summary of information received in camera,


if the Commissioner concludes that, contrary to the submissions of the Attorney General of Canada referred to in subparagraph (ii), disclosure of a part or a summary of information received in camerawould not be injurious to international relations, national defence or national security, he shall so notify the Attorney General of Canada, which notice shall constitute notice under section 38.01 of the Canada Evidence Act,


the Commissioner shall provide the Attorney General of Canada with an opportunity to make submissions regarding international relations, national defence or national security with respect to any reports that are intended for release to the public prior to submitting such reports to the Governor in Council, and


if the Commissioner concludes that, contrary to the submissions of the Attorney General of Canada referred to in subparagraph (iv), disclosure of information contained in reports intended for release to the public would not be injurious to international relations, national defence or national security, he shall so notify the Attorney General of Canada, which notice shall constitute notice under section 38.01 of the Canada Evidence Act;


that nothing in that Commission shall be construed as limiting the application of the provisions of the Canada Evidence Act;


the Commissioner to follow established security procedures, including the requirements of the Government Security Policy, with respect to persons engaged pursuant to section 11 of the Inquiries Act and the handling of information at all stages of the Inquiry;


the Commissioner to perform his duties without expressing any conclusion or recommendation regarding the civil or criminal liability of any person or organization;


the Commissioner to perform his duties in such a way as to ensure that the conduct of the Inquiry does not jeopardize any ongoing criminal investigation or criminal proceeding;


the Commissioner to file the papers and records of the Inquiry with the Clerk of the Privy Council as soon as reasonably possible after the conclusion of the Inquiry;


the Commissioner to submit a report or reports, simultaneously in both official languages, to the Governor in Council; and


the Commissioner to ensure that members of the public can, simultaneously in both official languages, communicate with, and obtain services from it, including transcripts of proceedings if made available to the public.


Click here to download the official versionrm his duties in such a way as to ensure that the conduct of the Inquiry does not jeopardize any ongoing criminal investigation or criminal proceeding;
the Commissioner to file the papers and records of the Inquiry with the Clerk of the Privy Council as soon as reasonably possible after the conclusion of the Inquiry;
the Commissioner to submit a report or reports, simultaneously in both official languages, to the Governor in Council; and
the Commissioner to ensure that members of the public can, simultaneously in both official languages, communicate with, and obtain services from it, including transcripts of proceedings if made available to the public.
Click here to download the official version

COMMISSION COUNSEL

Lead Counsel
   Mark J. Freiman
Co-Counsel
   Michel Dorval
Senior Counsel
   Brian Gover 
   Anil Kapoor 
   Roger Bilodeau
Legal Counsel
   Francis Barragan 
   Nadine Blum 
   Frédérick Carle 
   Geneviève Coutlée 
   Robert Fairchild 
   Teja Rachamalla 
   Louis Sévéno 
   Marisa Victor
Legal Coordinator
   Yolanda Saito

STATEMENTS

Statement by Commissioner, October 13, 2006
Opening Statement, June 21, 2006

SUBMISSIONS

PARTIES
Attorney General of CanadaPhase I Submission (pdf 219kb)Final SubmissionsVolume 1 (pdf 652kb)Volume 2 (pdf 784kb)Volume 3 (pdf 333kb)Comments on other submissionsReply Submission (pdf 1,217kb)Other submissionsSupplemental submissions of the Attorney General of Canada in response to Supplementary Submissions (pdf 1,707kb)Supplemental submissions of the Attorney General of Canada(pdf 29kb)Air IndiaFinal Submission (pdf 278kb)Comments on other submissions (pdf 39kb) Air India Victims Families Association (AIVFA)Phase I Submission (pdf 1,276kb)Final Submission 2,507kbComments on other submissionsReply Submission 1 (pdf 1,562kb)Reply Submission 2 (pdf 203kb)Other submissionsPost Final Submission Documentary Disclosures
(pdf 1,658kb)AIVFA Supplementary Reply Submissions to the Responses by the Attorney General of Canada (pdf 443kb)AIVFA Supplementary Submission (pdf 1,663kb)Family members of the crew member victims of Air India Flight 182 and Indian nationals; Air India Cabin Crew Association; Sanjay Lazar and Aleem QuraishiFinal Submission (pdf 283kb)Additional Submissions (pdf 458kb)Lata PadaPhase I Submission (pdf 157kb)Final Submission (pdf 3,167kb)Comments on other submissions (pdf 404 kb) Other Submissions (pdf 242kb)Supplementary Reply Submissions (pdf 152kb)Further Supplementary Submissions (pdf 48kb)
INTERVENORSB’nai Brith CanadaFinal Submission (pdf 314kb)Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP)Final Submission (pdf 6,186kb)Canadian Bar Association (CBA)Final Submission (pdf 303kb)Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA)Final Submission (pdf 254kb)Submission on CSIS-RCMP relationship (pdf 1,987kb)Canadian Coalition Against Terror (C-CAT)Final Submission (pdf 69kb)Submission on Terrorist Financing issues (pdf 122kb)Canadian Coalition for Democracies (CCD)Final Submission (pdf 494kb)Canadian Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR-CAN) and Canadian Muslim Civil Liberties Association (CMCLA)Final Submission (pdf 418kb)Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC)Final Submission (pdf 89kb)Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime (CRCVC)Phase I Submission (pdf 43kb)Final Submission (pdf 75kb)Criminal Lawyers’ Association (CLA)Final Submission (pdf 288kb)Federation of Law Societies of Canada (FLSC)Final Submission (pdf 1,075kb)World Sikh Organization of Canada (WSO)Final Submission (pdf 617kb)

RULES OF PROCEDURE AND PRACTICE

Revised July 17, 2006

A.     THE INQUIRY
This Inquiry shall be conducted in accordance with the Inquiries Act and the Terms of Order in Council P.C. 2006-293 and without restricting the generality of the foregoing will, when appropriate, follow the following guidelines. 

The Commission proceedings will start with the voluntary testimony of the victims of the bombing of Air India Flight 182 (“Stage 1”). The balance of the Inquiry (“Stage 2”) will inquire in phases into the matters set out in clauses (b)(i)-(vii) of the Terms of Reference of the Commission, PC 2006-293.

B.     DEFINITIONS
In the Rules, unless otherwise provided, the following words mean:

Commission: the Commission of Inquiry into the Investigation of the Bombing of Air India Flight 182, established by Order in Council, PC 2006-293;

Commissioner: The Honourable John C. Major, Q.C., appointed by Order in Council, PC 2006-293;

Commission Counsel: Counsel appointed by the Commissioner to aid and assist the Commissioner in the Inquiry. Commission Counsel shall have standing throughout the Inquiry;

Commission Offices: the offices of the Commission are located at 222 Queen Street, Ottawa, Ontario, K1P 5V9;

Documents: records made or stored in physical or electronic form and include written, electronic, audiotape, videotape, digital reproductions, photography, maps, graphs, microfiche or any other data and information recorded or shared by means of any device;

Family: relatives of the victims of the Bombing of Air India Flight 182 or others to the discretion of the Commissioner;

Inquiry: the Commission;

Intervenor: a person granted status as an intervenor by the Commissioner;

Party: a person granted full or partial standing as a party by the Commissioner;

Person: an individual, group, government or agency or other entity.

C.     GENERAL
The Commissioner may amend these Rules or dispense with compliance with them as he deems necessary to ensure that the Inquiry is thorough, fair and timely.

All parties, intervenors, witnesses and their counsel shall be deemed to undertake to adhere to the Rules, and may raise any issue of non-compliance with the Commissioner.

The Commissioner shall deal with a breach of these Rules as he sees fit including, but not restricted to, revoking the standing of a party, and imposing restrictions on the further participation in or attendance at (including exclusion from) the hearings by any party, intervenor, counsel, individual, or member of the media.

Subject to the Inquiries Act, the conduct of and the procedure to be followed on the Inquiry is under the control and discretion of the Commissioner.

Hearings will be convened in Ottawa unless otherwise directed in the discretion of the Commissioner

Insofar as he needs to hear evidence, the Commissioner is committed to a process of public hearings to the greatest extent possible. However, the Terms of Reference direct the Commissioner to take all steps necessary to prevent disclosure of information that, if it were disclosed to the public could, in the opinion of the Commissioner, be injurious to international relations, national defence or national security. The procedure which will govern hearings where such issues may arise is addressed in the section on “National Security Confidentiality”.

Applications may also be made to proceed in camera for reasons of personal confidentiality, referred to as “Personal Confidentiality” in these Rules. Such applications should be made in writing at the earliest possible opportunity.

D.     STANDING
A person may be granted full or partial standing as a party by the Commissioner if the Commissioner is satisfied that the person is directly and substantially affected by the mandate of the Inquiry or portions thereof.

A person may be granted standing as an intervenor by the Commissioner if the Commissioner is satisfied that the person represents clearly ascertainable interests and perspectives essential to the Commissioner’s mandate, which the Commissioner considers ought to be separately represented before the Inquiry, in which event the intervenor may participate in a manner to be determined by the Commissioner.

Any person wishing to be granted standing must apply by way of a motion in writing supported by affidavit on or before July 7, 2006, or at the discretion of the Commissioner at any other date, which must include the following information:

name, address, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail addresses of the person;

whether the person seeks standing as a party or as an intervenor for all or a portion of the mandate of the Inquiry;

the areas and issues where the person is directly and substantially affected or where the person has a clearly ascertainable interest or perspective which would enhance the work of the Commissioner and the reasons in support thereof;

the names of the lawyers, if any representing the person, together with the lawyer’s address, telephone number, e-mail address and fax number.

Applicants for standing will be permitted to make oral submissions not exceeding 15 minutes at a public standing hearing in Ottawa, on July 18-20, 2006 at the Bytown Pavilion, Victoria Hall, 111 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, Ontario, or at the discretion of the Commissioner at any other date.

The Commissioner will determine any special conditions under which a person may participate and those parts of the Inquiry in which a person granted standing may participate.

From time to time, the Commissioner may, in his discretion, at any time grant to or rescind standing from a person, or modify the status or conditions of the standing of a person.

The Commissioner will determine on what terms and in which parts of the Inquiry a party or intervenor may participate, and the nature and extent of such participation.

The Commissioner may direct that a number of applications share in a single grant of standing.

Counsel representing witnesses called to testify before the Commission may participate during the hearing of such evidence as provided in these Rules.

E.     FUNDING
For the purposes of the Inquiry, parties who would not otherwise be able to participate may seek funding by way of a motion in writing, with supporting affidavit(s), to be filed with the Commission on or before August 16, 2006, or at the discretion of the Commissioner at any other date. Funding will be recommended at the Commissioner’s discretion in accordance with paragraph (h) of the Terms of Reference. There will be no oral hearing with respect to funding.

Where the Commissioner’s funding recommendation is accepted, funding shall be in accordance with approved Treasury Board guidelines respecting rates of remuneration and reimbursement and the assessment of accounts.

F.     RIGHT TO COUNSEL
Witnesses have the right to consult counsel at their own expense unless funding for said costs is ordered by the Commissioner as provided in these Rules. Anyone interviewed by or on behalf of Commission Counsel is entitled to have one personal counsel present for the interview to represent his or her interests.

G.     HEARING AND DECORUM 
In so far as it needs to consider evidence under the Inquiry, the Commission is committed to a process of public hearings.

However, applications may be made by a party asking that the Commissioner issue an order that any portion of the proceedings be in camera, or issue an order prohibiting the disclosure, publication or communication of any testimony, document, personal information or evidence. Such applications shall be made in writing, supported by affidavit(s), at the earliest opportunity. The evidence and submissions on such applications may be presented in private or in public, or a combination of both, at the discretion of the Commissioner, according to these Rules, which are applicable to in camera matters with appropriate modifications.

The Commissioner may, at his discretion, issue an order that any portion of the proceedings be in camera, or issue an order prohibiting the disclosure, publication or communication of any testimony, document, personal information or evidence.

The Commission will set the dates, hours and places of its hearings. Unless otherwise directed by the Commissioner in his discretion, hearings will start at 9:30 a.m. and end at 4:30p.m., from Monday to Friday, inclusive, and will take place in Ottawa at the Bytown Pavilion, Victoria Hall, 111 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, Ontario or at such other place as the Commissioner determines. 

H.     EVIDENCE
The Commissioner may receive any evidence or information which he considers to be helpful in fulfilling his mandate whether or not such evidence or information would be admissible in court.

The Commissioner, in his discretion, may accept as conclusive or give such weight as he deems appropriate to the findings of the examinations of the circumstances surrounding the bombing of Air India Flight 182 set out in paragraph (a) of the Commission’s Terms of Reference, Order in Council, PC 2006-293.

1.   Commencement of the Inquiry (Stage 1)
Family of the victims of the bombing of Air India Flight 182 who participate in Stage 1 of the Inquiry will not be required to give their testimony upon oath or upon affirmation and shall not be subject to cross-examination.

The Commissioner, in his discretion, may make such further Rules as he deems appropriate with respect to the conduct of Stage 1 of the Inquiry. The Rules with respect to evidence in the balance of the Inquiry (Stage 2) will not apply to Stage 1, unless specifically so ordered by the Commissioner.

2.   Testimony in Stage 2 of the Inquiry
a. Preparation of Documentary Evidence
As soon as possible after being granted standing, parties and intervenors shall provide to the Commission all documents relevant to the subject matter of the Inquiry

Where a party objects to the production of any document on the grounds of privilege, the document shall be produced in its original unedited form to Commission Counsel who will review and determine the validity of the privilege claim. The party, intervenor and/or counsel may be present during the review process. In the event the party or intervenor claiming privilege disagrees with Commission Counsel’s determination, the Commissioner, on application, may either inspect the impugned document(s) and make a ruling, or may direct the issue to be resolved by the Federal Court.

Upon the request of Commission Counsel, parties and intervenors shall provide originals of relevant documents.

Documents received from a party, intervenor, or any other organization or individual, shall be treated as confidential by the Commission unless and until they are made part of the public record or the Commissioner otherwise declares. This does not preclude Commission Counsel from producing a document to a proposed witness prior to the witness giving his or her testimony, as part of the investigation being conducted, all subject to National Security Confidentiality.

b. Witness Interviews
Commission Counsel may interview people who have information or documents which have any bearing upon the subject matter of the Inquiry. People who are interviewed are entitled, but not required, to have a legal counsel present at their expense unless otherwise ordered by the Commissioner, as provided in these Rules.

If Commission Counsel determines that a person will be called as a witness following an interview, Commission Counsel will prepare a statement of the witness’ anticipated evidence. Commission Counsel will provide a copy of the statement of anticipated evidence to the witness for review before the witness testifies before the Commission. Where a statement of anticipated evidence is released to persons with party status prior to the testimony of a witness, the statement will be deemed confidential and unless otherwise ordered by the Commissioner shall be not be disclosed to third parties until after the completion of the testimony of the witness in question.

c. Witnesses
All government entities, agencies and officials and all witnesses shall co-operate fully with the Commission and shall make available all documents and witnesses relevant to the mandate of the Commission.

Witnesses who testify will give their evidence at a hearing under oath or upon affirmation unless otherwise ordered by the Commissioner in his discretion.

Commission Counsel may issue and serve a subpoena or summons upon each witness before he or she testifies. Witnesses may be called more than once.

Witnesses who are not represented by counsel for parties are entitled to have their own counsel present while they testify, subject to National Security Confidentiality. Counsel for a witness will have standing only for the purpose of that witness’ testimony to make any objections thought appropriate and for other purposes as directed by the Commissioner in his discretion.

Parties and intervenors are encouraged to advise Commission Counsel of the names, addresses and telephone numbers of all witnesses they wish to have called and, if possible, to provide summaries of the information the witnesses may have.

If the proceedings are televised, applications may be made for an order that the evidence of a witness not be televised or broadcast.

d. Commission Dossier
At the commencement of any phase of Stage 2 of the Inquiry, Commission Counsel may present to the Commissioner a statement of evidence, facts or conclusions together with the sources or basis for the evidence, facts or conclusions that Commission Counsel proposes that the Commissioner adopt for purposes of the Commission’s findings or conclusions with respect to that phase of Stage 2 (a “Commission Dossier”).

Commission Counsel may call witnesses or experts to support or supplement the Commission Dossier.

A person who has been granted party status with respect to a phase of Stage 2 with respect to which Commission Counsel has presented a Commission Dossier may cross-examine witnesses called with respect to the Dossier. A person granted status as a party may propose witnesses to be called with respect to the Dossier. Where Commission Counsel declines to call a witness proposed by a person with party or intervenor status, that person may follow the procedure as set out in Rule 49.

e. Oral Examination
In the ordinary course Commission Counsel will call and question witnesses who testify at the Inquiry. Counsel for a party may apply to the Commissioner to lead a particular witnesses’ evidence in chief. If counsel is granted the right to do so, examination shall be confined to the normal rules governing the examination of one’s own witness in court proceedings, unless otherwise directed by the Commissioner.

Commission Counsel have a discretion to refuse to call or present evidence.

The order of examination in the ordinary course will be as follows:

Commission Counsel will lead the evidence from the witnesses. Except as otherwise directed by the Commissioner, Commission Counsel is entitled to ask both leading and non-leading questions;

parties will then have an opportunity to cross-examine the witness to the extent of their interest. The order of cross-examination will be determined by the parties and, if they are unable to reach agreement, by the Commissioner;

after cross-examinations, counsel for a witness may then examine the witness. Except as otherwise directed by the Commissioner, counsel for the witness is entitled to ask both leading and none-leading questions;

Commission Counsel shall have the right to re-examine last.

After a witness has been sworn, affirmed, or otherwise qualified at the commencement of giving evidence, no counsel other than Commission Counsel may speak to such witness about the evidence that he or she has given until the evidence of such witness is complete except with the permission of the Commissioner. Commission Counsel may not speak to any witness about his or her evidence while the witness is being cross-examined by other counsel.

When Commission Counsel indicate that they have called the witnesses whom they intend to call in relation to a particular issue, a party may then apply to the Commissioner for leave to call a witness whom the party believes has the evidence relevant to that issue. If the Commissioner is satisfied that the evidence of the witness is needed, Commission Counsel shall call the witness, subject to Rule 47.

f. Use of Documents at Hearings

In advance of a witness’ testimony, Commission Counsel will endeavour to provide to parties and intervenors with an interest in the subject matter of the proposed evidence, a statement of that witness’ anticipated evidence and associated documents, subject to the Rules regarding National Security Confidentiality, and subject to receipt of an undertaking that all such documents or information will be used solely for the purpose of the Inquiry. In addition, the Commissioner may require that documents provided, and all copies made, be returned to the Commission if not tendered in evidence. Counsel are entitled to provide such documents or information to their respective clients only on terms consistent with the undertakings given, and upon the clients entering into written undertakings to the same effect. These undertakings will be of no force regarding any document or information once it has become an exhibit. The Commissioner may, upon application, release any party or intervenor in whole or in part from the provisions of the undertaking in respect of any particular document or other information.

Parties shall provide Commission counsel with any documents that they intend to file as exhibits or otherwise refer to during the hearings at the earliest opportunity, and in any event shall provide such documents to Commission counsel no later than two business days before the document will be referred to or filed.

Before using a document for purposes of cross-examination, counsel shall provide a copy to the witness and to all parties having an interest in the subject matter of the proposed evidence not later than two business days prior to the commencement of that witness’ testimony.

g. National Security Confidentiality
As contemplated by paragraph (m) of the Terms of Reference, Order in Council, P.C. 2006-293, the Attorney General of Canada may apply from time to time to have certain evidence heard in camera to prevent public disclosure of information on grounds of National Security Confidentiality. The Commissioner will conduct proceedings to determine the disposition of such applications in accordance with paragraph (m) (i-v) of the Terms of Reference subject to such additional procedures consistent with the Terms of Reference as the Commissioner may at his discretion direct.

h. Personal Confidentiality
Upon application, the Commissioner may make an order for a grant of “Personal Confidentiality”, aimed at protecting the identity of any person. For the purposes of the Inquiry, Personal Confidentiality shall include the right of any person to have his or her identity disclosed only by way of non-identifying initials, and, if the Commissioner so rules, the right to testify before the Commission in camera, together with any other privacy measures which the Commissioner grants.

Upon application, the Commissioner may make an order to conduct hearings in camera when he is of the opinion that intimate financial, personal or other matters are of such a nature, having regard to the circumstances, that the desirability of avoiding disclosure outweighs the desirability of adhering to the general principle that the hearings should be open to the public.

A person who is granted Personal Confidentiality will not be identified in the public records and transcripts of the hearing except by non-identifying initials, and the public transcripts may be redacted to exclude any identifying details. Any reports of the Commission referring to a person who has been granted Personal Confidentiality will use non-identifying initials only, and may exclude reference to identifying details.

Media reports relating to a person granted Personal Confidentiality shall avoid references that might reveal the identity of the person. No photographic or other reproduction of a person granted confidentiality shall be made either during the person’s testimony or upon his or her entering and leaving the site of the Inquiry.

Any witness who is granted Personal Confidentiality may either swear an oath or affirm to tell the truth using the non-identifying initials given for the purpose of the witness’s testimony.

Any party, intervenor or witness may apply to the Commissioner to have intimate financial or personal information which is not relevant to the subject matter of the Inquiry redacted from documents proposed to be introduced into evidence.

All media representatives shall be deemed to undertake to adhere to the Rules respecting Personal Confidentiality. A breach of these Rules by a media representative shall be dealt with by the Commissioner as he sees fit.

i. Access to Evidence
All evidence shall be categorized and marked P for public sittings and C for sittings in camera

One copy of the P transcript and the P exhibits of the public hearings will be made available for public review at the Commission offices.

Only those persons authorized by the Commission, in writing, shall have access to C transcripts and exhibits.

I.     CONSULTATION PAPERS, POLICY FORUMS, PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS
The Commissioner, in his discretion, may authorize the commissioning of Consultation Papers, and/or the convening of Expert Policy Forums or Public Consultations for use in the preparation of Commission Dossiers.

The Commissioner, in his discretion, may receive evidence at any stage of Phase 2 of public hearings from one or more panels of expert witnesses. The Commissioner may modify the Rules for cross-examination of witnesses as he deems appropriate, so as to allow persons with standing in relation to the relevant phase of Stage 2 to participate appropriately in relation to the evidence of the panel in question.

Persons with an interest in any phase of Stage 2 may, prior to the commencement of that phase, may make a submission in writing about any matter relevant to that phase, including specific proposals for the recommendations to be made by the Commissioner with respect to that phase.

The Commissioner may convene public and private consultations to hear submissions with respect to any matter raised in any phase of Stage 2 of the Inquiry. The participants in such consultations may include any persons whom the Commissioner concludes will contribute to the process.

J.     MEDIA COVERAGE
The Commission may authorize the tape recording and live broadcasting of the public hearings by a designated media representative who will provide such recording and live feed to all other media pursuant to a pooling agreement. If the media cannot agree on a pooling agreement, they may apply to the Commissioner for a decision.

Representatives of the media who have signed the pooling agreement have the same rights in connection with the utilization of the tape recording and live broadcasting feed of the public hearings as the designated media representative.

The designated media representative authorized to tape record and broadcast the public hearings may provide a copy of such recording to the Commission’s Registrar.

Cameras and microphones will be located at pre-determined places in the hearing rooms. Only fixed cameras and the lighting system in the hearing room will be allowed.

No media scrums, interviews, or reporting will be allowed in the hearing rooms or within a prescribed distance from the hearing room entrances.

Media representatives will have to abide by the Commission’s directives.

Whenever the Commission decides pursuant to Rules 8, 9, 53, 54 and 55 to proceed in camera, or issue a publication, disclosure or communication ban, the designated media representative must, to the satisfaction of the Commission, take all necessary measures to ensure that all tape recording or sound recording machines have been turned off.

No other forms or means of recording, re-broadcasting or photographing beyond those permitted by these Rules will be allowed in the hearing rooms.

Notwithstanding Rule 75, the Commission may allow, at his discretion at times and under conditions set by him, one photographer to take pictures in the hearing room with the understanding that he make available his negatives to representatives of the media pursuant to a pooling agreement of the kind described in Rule 68 above.


INFORMATION FOR FAMILIES


Commission Communiqué, August 2007 (pdf)
Commission Communiqué, May 2007 (pdf)
Commission Communiqué, September 2006 (pdf)

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE

Public Hearings
Victoria Hall, Bytown Pavilion
111 Sussex Drive 
Ottawa, Ontario
CANADA

Upcoming hearings:

2008
Feb 14-15

Past hearings:

2007
December 10-14
December 3-7
November 28-30
November 26
November 19-23
November 14-16
November 6 – 8
October 29 – November 1
October 23-26
October 15-18
October 9-10
October 1-4
September 24-28
September 17-21
June 18, 20
June 13 – 14
June 4 – 6
May 28 – June 1
May 22 – 25
May 14 – 17
May 7 – 9
April 30, May 1, 3 – 4
March 5 – 7, 9
February 19

2006
November 6 – 8
October 10 – 13
October 3 – 5
September 25 – 28

Deadline: Written Applications for Funding
August 16, 2006

Public Hearings: Standing 
July 18 – 19, 2006
Schedule : Standing Hearings

Deadline: Written Applications for Standing
July 7, 2006

Opening Statement (open to the public)
June 21, 2006

PARTIES AND INTERVENORS

PARTIES
Attorney General of Canada represented by:
Barney Brucker, Department of Justice Canada
Air India represented by:
Soma Ray-Ellis, Patterson, MacDougall LLP
Air India Cabin Crew Association (AICCA) represented by:
Richard P. Quance and Darren James Smith, Himelfarb Proszanski LLP
Air India Victims Families Association (AIVFA) represented by:
Norman Boxall, Bayne Sellar Boxall
Jacques J.M. Shore and Chris Schafer, Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
Family members of the crew member victims of Air India Flight 182 and Indian nationals represented by:
Richard P. Quance and Darren James Smith, Himelfarb Proszanski LLP
Sanjay Lazar represented by:
Richard P. Quance and Darren James Smith, Himelfarb Proszanski LLP
Lata Pada represented by:
Raj Anand, WeirFoulds LLP
Aleen Quraishi represented by:
Richard P. Quance and Darren James Smith, Himelfarb Proszanski LLP
Niraj Sinha


INTERVENORS
B’nai Brith Canada represented by:
Adam Goodman, Heenan Blaikie LLP
Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) represented by:
Vincent Westwick
The Canadian Bar Association (CBA) represented by:
Lorne A. Waldman, Waldman & Associates
Greg Del Bigio
Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) represented by:
A. Alan Borovoy
Canadian Coalition Against Terror (C-CAT) represented by:
Aaron Blumenfeld and Amy Westland, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Canadian Coalition for Democracies (CCD) represented by:
David B. Harris
Canadian Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR-CAN) andCanadian Muslim Civil Liberties Association (CMCLA) represented by: Faisal Kutty and Akbar Sayed Mohamed, Kutty, Syed & Mohamed
Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC) represented by:
Lawrence Thacker, Lenczner Slaght
Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime (CRCVC)
Criminal Lawyers’ Association (CLA) represented by:
Paul Burstein, Burstein, Unger
Federation of Law Societies of Canada (FLSC)
Ripudaman Singh Malik represented by:
Murray L. Smith, Smith Barristers
World Sikh Organization of Canada (WSO) represented by:
Palbinder Shergill, Shergill and Company

FACTS

The Commission will provide uncontested facts in a series of dossiers.Dossier 1: Background and Summary of the Facts (pdf)Dossier 2: Terrorism, Intelligence and Law Enforcement – Canada’s Response to Sikh Terrorism (pdf)

WITNESS LIST

VICTORIA HALL, BYTOWN PAVILION, 111 SUSSEX DRIVE, OTTAWA
Feb 14, 2008
The Witness List is subject to change.
Sherene Razack
University of Toronto


(Panel)
Reg Trudel
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Neil Passmore
Canadian Security Intelligence Service, (presently seconded to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police)

Dan Mayer
Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Larry Tremblay
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (presently seconded to Canadian Security Intelligence Service)


(Panel)
Louise Doyon
Canadian Security Intelligence Service

Dave Murray
Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Feb 15, 2008

Closing oral submissions by the Parties
Week of December 10, 2007
Brent Thompson
British Columbia Ministry of the Attorney General
Michael Comeau
New Brunswick Department of Justice and Consumer Affairs


Justice Bernard Grenier
Comité du Barreau du Québec


Martin Rudner
Carleton University


Ralph Steinberg
the Chief Justice’s Advisory Committee on Criminal Trials in the Superior Court of Justice (Ontario)


Justice Ruth Krindle
formerly with the Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench


Pierre Lapointe
Steering Committee on Justice Efficiencies and Access to the Criminal Justice System (Department of Justice – Canada)


Bruce Hoffman*
Georgetown University


Bruce MacFarlane*
University of Manitoba 
Kent Roach*
University of Toronto Faculty of Law


Margaret Bloodworth
Privy Council Office 


Mike McDonell
Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Bob Paulson
Royal Canadian Mounted Police  


Week of December 3, 2007
Gary Bass
Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Jim Cunningham*
Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Michael Code
University of Toronto Faculty of Law
Geoff Gaul
British Columbia Ministry of the Attorney General


Reid Morden
formerly with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Luc Portelance
Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Robert Solvason
formerly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Herbert Vaney
formerly with Air India


Joe Abid
formerly with Air India


Rajesh Chopra
former Air India


Daniel Giasson, Kim Taylor
Integrated Threat Assessment Center, Canadian Security Intelligence Service


William Elliott
Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Jim Judd
Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Bill Sheahan
formerly with the Communications Security Establishment
Pierre LaCompte
Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Dr. William Leiss
University of Ottawa


Thomas Quiggin
Nanyang Technological University


Gian Singh Sandhu


Week of November 26, 2007
Bill Blair*
Toronto Police Service
Steven Chabot*
Sureté du Québec
Steve Sweeney
Vancouver Police Department
Pat Morris
Ontario Provincial Police
Pierre-Paul Pichette
Service de police de la Ville de Montréal


Bob Chesney
Wake Forest University


John MacBrayne
Metropolitan Police Service (London, U.K)
Colin Gibbs
Crown Prosecution Service (U.K)


Nikos Passas*
Northeastern University College of Criminal Justice


Mark Sidel
University of Iowa College of Law


David Duff
University of Toronto Faculty of Law


Anita Anand
University of Toronto Faculty of Law


Phillip Kelly, Peter Kirwan and Tom Doran
Garda (Ireland) 


Giuliano Zaccardelli
formerly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Kent Roach*
University of Toronto
George Dolhai
Public Prosecution Service of Canada
John Norris
Ruby & Edwardh
Gérard Normand
formerly with the National Security Group

Week of November 19, 2007
Bruce MacFarlane
University of Manitoba


William Blair
Toronto Police Service
Steven Chabot
Sûreté du Québec
Raf Souccar*
Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Bruce MacFarlane*
University of Manitoba 


Marc Beaulieu, Pierre-Côme Jobin, Catherine Piché
Quebec Ministry of Public Security


Ujjal Dosanjh


Kent Roach
University of Toronto


Norman Inkster
formerly with Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Kent Roach*
University of Toronto


James Malizia, Trevor Turner, Jamie Jagoe and Ches Parsons
Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Duncan Lane, R. Andrew Ellis, John A. Gillies
Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Week of November 12, 2007
Neil Eshleman
formerly with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Mervin Grierson
formerly with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service


David Hayer and Isabelle Martinez


Robert Wall
formerly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Laurie MacDonell
Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Michael Bettman and Pierre Sangollo
Correctional Service of Canada


Régis Bonneau
Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Week of November 5, 2007
Jennifer Stoddart
Privacy Commissioner of Canada;
Carman Baggaley, Lindsay Scotton, and Patricia Kosseim, Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada


James Warren*
formerly with theCanadian Security Intelligence Service


Terry Goral
formerly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Robert Simmonds
formerly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Week of October 29, 2007
Yvon Dandurand
University College of the Fraser Valley


Mark Lalonde and Robert Burns
CanPro Pacific Services Inc.


Anne-Marie Boisvert
Faculty of Law, University of Montreal


Geoff Frisby
formerly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Paul Kennedy
Commission for Public Complaints against the RCMP


Raf Souccar and Michel Aubin
Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Week of October 22, 2007
Craig Hall and Jean Labbé
Air Line Pilots Association International


Alphonse MacNeil and Greg Browning
Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Fred Jones
Canadian Airports Council and
Jim Bertram
Greater Toronto Airport Authority



Graham F. Pinos*
formerly with the Department of Justice Canada


Georgina Graham
International Air Transport Association


Bill Turner
Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Terrance Carter
Carters Professional Corporation (Carters)


Blake Bromley
Benefic Group


Week of October 15, 2007
William Dean Laurie
formerly with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Ron Dicks
formerly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


John Stevenson
formerly with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service 


Bart Blachford
Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Douglas Best
Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Week of October 8, 2007
Kenneth Dibble
Charity Commission for England and Wales


Brian Tario
Deloitte


Week of October 1, 2007
Rick Reynolds*
Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Jim Galt
Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Mark Potter and Janet DiFrancesco
Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada


Denis Vinette, David Quartermain and Tyson George
Canada Border Services Agency


Terry de March, Donna Walsh and Maurice Klein
Canada Revenue Agency


Ron Townshend
British Columbia Registry Services


Paul Newham
National Terrorist Financial Investigation Unit (UK)


Week of September 24, 2007
Sarabjit Singh
Punjabi Human Rights Organization


Rajvinder Bains
Punjabi Human Rights Organization


Lorne Schwartz
Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Jim Cunningham
Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Rick Reynolds
Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Manjit Singh Sahota
Sikh community activist (Toronto)


Prof. Nikos Passas
Northeastern University College of Criminal Justice


John Schmidt
Integrated Threat Assessment Center, Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Keith M. Morrill
Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade 


Diane Lafleur
Department of Finance Canada


Week of September 17, 2007
Lyman Henschel
formerly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Michael Roth
formerly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


James Jardine
former Crown Counsel, Department of the Attorney General, British Columbia


James Warren
formerly with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Ron Atkey
former Chairman of the Security Intelligence Review Committee


Jacques Jodoin *
formerly with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Chris Scowen
formerly with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Jack Hooper
formerly with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Week of June 18, 2007
Chandra Sankurathri


Henry Jensen*
formerly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Week of June 13, 2007
Nick Cartwright
Transport Canada
Stephen Conrad
Transport Canada


Yves Duguay
Air Canada


Rajesh Chopra *
Air India


Week of June 4, 2007
Rodney Wallis*
International civil aviation security consultant
Jean Barrette*
Transport Canada
Jim Marriott*
Transport Canada


Jean Barrette*
Transport Canada
Jim Marriott*
Transport Canada
Pierre Cyr
Canadian Air Transport Security Authority


Jean Barrette*
Transport Canada
David Lyon
Queen’s University
Brion Brandt
Transport Canada


Kathleen Sweet
University of Connecticut


Rodney Wallis*
International civil aviation security consultant


Week of May 28, 2007
Lloyd Hickman
formerly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Wayne Douglas
formerly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Don McLean*
formerly with the Vancouver Police Department


Rodney Wallis
International civil aviation security consultant
Moses Alemán
Civil aviation security expert
Peter St. John
University of Manitoba


Reg Whitaker
York University
Chern Heed
Airports consultant
Jacques Bourgault
l’Université du Québec à Montréal


Rajesh Chopra
Air India
Rodney Wallis*
International civil aviation security consultant
T.N. Kumar
Air India


Jim Marriott
Transport Canada
Jean Barrette
Transport Canada
Rodney Wallis*
International civil aviation security consultant
Peter St. John*
University of Manitoba


Reg Whitaker*
York University
Peter St. John*
University of Manitoba


Reg Whitaker*
York University
Chern Heed*
Airports consultant
Jacques Bourgault*
l’Université du Québec à Montréal


The Honourable Colin Kenny
Chair, The Standing Senate Committee on National Security and Defence


Week of May 22, 2007
Bob Burgoyne
formerly with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Glen Gartshore
formerly with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Russell Upton
formerly with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Brian R. Simpson
formerly with Air Canada


Ray Kobzey
formerly with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Axel Hovbrender
Vancouver Police Department


Bob Stubbings
formerly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Week of May 14, 2007
J.B. MacDonald
formerly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


R.E. Muir
formerly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Gary Carlson
Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Gary Clarke
formerly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Daniel Lalonde
formerly with Burns Security


Dale Mattson
formerly with Transport Canada


Michael Anne MacDonald
formerly with the Ministry of the Attorney General, Ontario


Graham F. Pinos
formerly with the Department of Justice Canada


Bob Burgoyne
formerly with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Week of May 7, 2007
William Warden 
formerly with Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada


Gordon Smith
formerly with Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada


John Henry
formerly with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Warren Sweeney
formerly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Serge Carignan
formerly with the Quebec Provincial Police


Week of April 30, 2007
Rick Crook
formerly with the Vancouver Police Department


Don McLean
formerly with the Vancouver Police Department


James K. Bartleman
formerly with Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada


Lynne Jarrett (formerly McAdams)
formerly with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Jacques Jodoin
formerly with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Daryl Zelmer
formerly with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Week of March 5, 2007
Wesley Wark
Munk Centre for International Studies, University of Toronto 


Geoffrey O’Brian
Canadian Security Intelligence Service


Henry Jensen
formerly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Lloyd Hickman
formerly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Jean-Paul Brodeur
Centre international de criminologie comparée, Université de Montréal 


Bruce Hoffman
Georgetown University 


Week of November 6, 2006
Gavin Stewart
formerly with Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada


Daniel Molgat
formerly with Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada


Scott Heatherington*
Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada


Terry Sheehan
formerly with Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada


David Dewhirst
formerly with Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada


Maureen Basnicki
Canadian family member of 9/11 victim


Robert Desjardins
Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada


William Nash
Transport Canada


Michael Hennessy
Department of History, Royal Military College


Week of October 10, 2006
Donna Ramah Paul


Ramachandran Gopalan


Shailendra Gupta


Haranhalli Radhakrishna


Rattan Singh Kalsi


Ann Venketeswaran


Esther Venketeswaran


Krishna Sharma


Saroj Gaur


Neelam Kaushik


Veena Sharma


Anil Hanse


Sanjay Lazar


Laxmansinh Jayantkumar Abda


Amarjit Bhinder


Ram Gogia


Week of October 3, 2006
Monique Castonguay


Mahesh Chandra Sharma


Rob Alexander


Anita Gupta


Bob Rae


Promode Sabharwal


Chandra Vaidyanathan


Perviz Madon & Natasha Madon


Eric Beauchesne


Ramji Khandelwal


Aleem Quraishi


Shipra Rana


Renee Saklikar


Smita Bailey


Usha Sharma


Vijay Kachru & Meera Kachroo


Week of September 25, 2006
Bal Gupta


Lata Pada


Deepak Khandelwal


Satrajpal Rai


Ramu Ramakesavan


Kalwant Mamak


Jayashree Thampi


Padmini Turlapati


Susheel Gupta


Parkash Bedi


Seanie Murphy
Recovery worker


Daniel Brown
Recovery worker


Mark Stagg
Recovery worker


Thomas Hayes
Irish Garda, Cork


Scott Heatherington
Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada


* Returning Witness

WATCH THE HEARINGS

You can follow the public hearings of the Inquiry into the Investigation of the Bombing of Air India Flight 182 on the Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC).

CPAC provides coverage of the public hearings on its main channel, depending on scheduling decisions.

All of the public hearings are available on a live CPAC webcast, and past hearings are archived. For more details, please visit the CPAC website at www.cpac.ca.

APPLICATIONS


The Canadian Bar Association (CBA)
[Corresponding Ruling]

Air India Victims Families Association (AIVFA)
[Corresponding Ruling]

Attorney General of Canada
[Corresponding Ruling]

Air India Victims Families Association (AIVFA)
[Corresponding Ruling]

World Sikh Organization of Canada (WSO)

Applications for Standing

RULINGS


World Sikh Organization Canada (WSO), Applications to call certain witnesses 
[Corresponding Applications]

The Canadian Bar Association (CBA)
[Corresponding Application]

Air India Victims Families Association (AIVFA)
[Corresponding Application]

Rulings on Standing

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Commission of Inquiry?
What is the Purpose of this Inquiry?
What Will the Commission Do?
Who are the Main Participants in the Hearings?
What is ‘Standing’ and How is it Obtained?
Who Has Party and Intervenor Standing?
How Can I Follow the Work of the Commission?
What Will be the End Result of the Inquiry?

What is a Commission of Inquiry?
A Commission of Inquiry is established by the Government of Canada to investigate a matter connected with the good government of the country. A Commission of Inquiry is established under the Inquiries Act and assigned a specific mandate in its Terms of Reference.

A Commission of Inquiry is not a court of law; it cannot find anyone guilty or punish anyone. Instead, a Commission is equipped to find out what happened and make recommendations for future improvements. 
A Commission of Inquiry is presided over by a Commissioner, who has powers similar to those of a judge. Under the Terms of Reference set by the Government, the Commissioner is entitled to summon witnesses and require them to testify or provide materials that may be used as evidence. The Commissioner is also able to establish and alter the Commission’s Rules of Procedure and Practice

What is the Purpose of this Inquiry?
The purpose, as set out in paragraph (b)(i-vii) of the Terms of Reference, is to examine the investigation of the bombing of Air India Flight 182, which occurred on June 23, 1985, and to identify ways of improving Canada’s counter-terrorist precautions and response to incidents of terrorism. 

What Will the Commission Do?
The Commission will produce a report setting out its findings of fact and its recommendations, for consideration by the Government and the Canadian public. Before preparing its report, the Commission will hear testimony from a range of witnesses, review government documents and other materials, and consider the views of experts. It will also review various studies and analyses, some of them prepared specially for the Commission.

The Commission’s most visible activity is a series of public hearings.

Who are the Main Participants in the Hearings?
The main participants are:

The Commissioner – The Honourable John C. Major
Commission Counsel – lawyers appointed by the Commissioner to assist him and to represent the interests of the Canadian public during the course of the Inquiry. 

Witnesses – individuals who provide oral testimony.

Individuals and organizations with standing – usually represented by their own lawyers.

What is ‘Standing’ and How is it Obtained?
Standing is the right to participate in the Inquiry. This participation may include the opportunity to suggest witnesses and the right to cross-examine witnesses. 

Interested individuals and organizations had the opportunity to apply for standing before the Commission in July of 2006. To view the applications, consult Applications for Standing. The Commissioner has discretion to hear additional applications for standing.

Two types of standing have been granted by the Commissioner: Party and Intervenor. Party Standing – either full or partial – is the more extensive of the two types and is reserved for individuals and organizations that are directly and substantially affected by the mandate of the Inquiry or portions of it. Intervenor Standing is accorded to those with clear interests and perspectives which the Commissioner considers essential to the Commission’s mandate. The Commissioner’s rulings on the applications for standing are available at Rulings on Standing.

Who Has Party and Intervenor Standing?
A range of individuals and organizations have been granted Standing. For a complete list, and the names of their legal representatives, please consult Parties and Intervenors. Commission Counsel, with responsibility for representing the interests of the Canadian public at the Inquiry, are automatically a Party before the Commissioner. 

How Can I Follow the Work of the Commission?
On Television or on the Internet
The easiest way to follow the work of the Commission is to watch the public hearings live on the CPAC (Canadian Public Affairs Channel) webcast. Please consult Watch the Hearings for more information. The hearings are also archived on the CPAC website (www.cpac.ca) so that you can watch them when your schedule permits. The CPAC website offers you the option of watching the hearings in either French or English. It is anticipated that this archive will be available until the end of the Commission’s hearings.

The hearings are also broadcast on the CPAC television channel. Most of the hearings are not broadcast live. Consult the CPAC website for scheduling information, or contact CPAC viewer services at 1-877-287-2722. 

If you would like to purchase a tape of what you have seen on the CPAC television channel, please make a careful note of the date and the time of the broadcast. This is essential information if you decide to place an order through the CPAC website (select Order Tapes from the left vertical menu).

In person
Another option is to attend the hearings in person. The hearings take place in Victoria Hall of the Bytown Pavilion at 111 Sussex Drive (former City Hall) in Ottawa. Please check the Tentative Schedule, and call to confirm that the hearings are in session. You can refer to Contact Us for details. 

If you are interested in the testimony of a particular witness, consult the Witness List. Please note that witness lists are posted on a weekly (not daily) basis, usually about 48 hours prior to the beginning of the week in question. The witness list is subject to change. 

Limited indoor parking is available at the hearing venue. The entrance to the parking lot is off Sussex Drive.

You can also follow the work of the Commission by monitoring our website.

What Will be the End Result of the Inquiry?
Following completion of the hearings, the Commissioner will prepare his report which will be presented to the Government. The report will contain both findings and recommendations based on the seven points which are listed under section (b) of the Terms of Reference.

IN REMEMBRANCE

Aggarwal, Rahul  •  Ahmed, Indra  •  Ahmed, Sarah 
Alexander, Dr. Anchanatt Mathew  •  Alexander, Simon 
Alexander, Annamma  •  Alexander, Reena  •  Alexander, Simon Jr.
Allard, Colette Morin  •  Anantaraman, Bhavani  •  Anantaraman, Aruna 
Anantaraman, Rupa  •  Asirwatham, Ruth  •  Asirwatham, Sunita 
Asirwatham, Anita  •  Aurora, Shyla  •  Bajaj, Anju  •  Balaraman, Saradambal 
Balaraman, Narayanan (Rodger)  •  Balasubramanian, Ramachandran 
Balsara, Freddy  •  Beauchesne, Gaston  •  Bedi, Saroj  •  Bedi, Anu 
Bedi, Jatin  •  Berar, Jogeshwar Singh  •  Berry, Sharad  •  Bery, Neelam 
Bery, Priya  •  Bery, Aditya  •  Bhagat, Adush  •  Bhalla, Nirmal  •  Bhalla, Manju 
Bhalla, Dalip Kumar  •  Bhardwaj, Harish  •  Bhasin, Rima 
Bhat, Muktha  •  Bhat, Praveen Deepak  •  Bhat, Parag Vijay 
Bhat, (Sadarangani) Chand Motiram  •  Bhat, Siddhant  •  Bhatt, Vinubhai 
Bhatt, Chandrabala Vinubhai  •  Bhatt, Bina Vinubhai 
Bhatt, Tina Vinubhai  •  Bhinder, Capt. Satwinder Singh  •  Bisen, Leena Deep 
Castonguay, Rachelle  •  Chandrasekhar, Sukumar  •  Chatlani, Nita 
Chatlani, Mala  •  Chatlani, Marc Charles  •  Cheema, Shingara Singh 
Chopra, Jagdish  •  Chopra, Shampari  •  Chug, Ratna Kaur 
Daniel, Varghese  •  Daniel, Celine  •  Daniel, Ruby Ann  •  Daniel, Robyn 
Das, Ruby  •  Das, Anita  •  Das, Arindar  •  DeSa, Anthony Sebastian 
Desouza, Ronald L.  •  Dhunna, Bhagrani  •  Dhunna, Shashi 
Dhunna, Rajesh  •  Dhunna, Suneal  •  Dinshaw, Jamshed 
Dinshaw, Pamela  •  Dumasia, Dara Dinshaw  •  Enayati, Ardeshir K. 
Furdoonji, Homai  •  Gadkar, Anita  •  Gambhir, Santosh  •  Gambhir, Angeline 
Gambhir, Julie  •  Gaonkar, Shyama  •  Ghatge, Sangeeta  •  Gogia, Bhagwanti 
Gogne, Ritu  •  Gopalan, Krishna Kumar  •  Gossain, Kalpana 
Gossain, Aparna  •  Gossain, Arun  •  Grewal, Daljit Singh  •  Gupta, Anumita 
Gupta, Santosh  •  Gupta, Shashi  •  Gupta, S. (Shashi)  •  Gupta, Arti 
Gupta, Amit  •  Gupta, Rajesh  •  Gupta, Swantantar  •  Gupta, Vandana 
Gupta, Vishal  •  Gupta, Ramwati  •  Hanse, Narendra Singh 
Harpalani, Rashmi  •  Harpalani, Deepa  •  Harpalani, Sumanta 
Jacob, Bulivelil Koshy  •  Jacob, Aleykutty  •  Jacob, Jissey  •  Jacob, Jancey 
Jacob, Justin  •  Jain, Om Prakash  •  Jain, Rani Indu  •  Jain, Ruchi 
Jain, Rikki  •  Jain, Anoopuma  •  Jaipuria, Mala  •  Jalan, Devkrishan 
Jalan, Shila  •  Jalan, Anita  •  Jalan, Vinay  •  James, Annie Josephine 
Jethwa, Dr. Zebunnisa  •  Jethwa, Dr. Umar  •  Job, Aleykutty  •  Job, Teena 
Jutras, Rita  •  Kachroo, Mohan Rani  •  Kaj, Leena Fatej  •  Kalsi, Indira 
Kammila, Rama Devi  •  Kapoor, Santosh  •  Kapoor, Sharmila 
Kapoor, Sabrina  •  Kashipri, Neli  •  Kashipri, Athikho  •  Kaur, Gurmit 
Kaur, Parmjit  •  Kaushal, Bishan Ram  •  Kelly, Barsa  •  Khan, Rahamathulla 
Khandelwal, Chandra Kanta  •  Khandelwal, Manju Lata  •  Khera, Suman Pinki 
Khera, Rashi  •  Kochher, Sandeep  •  Kumar, Manju  •  Kumar, Kevin 
Kumar, Ramachandran  •  Kumar, Chitra  •  Lakshmanan, Kanaka 
Lakshmanan, Preethi  •  Lasrado, Sharon  •  Laurence, Shyamala 
Laurence, Krithika  •  Lazar, Sampath  •  Lazar, Sylvia  •  Lazar, Sandeeta 
Leger, Joseph  •  Lougheed, Donald George  •  Lulla, Monish  •  Madon, Sam H. 
Mainguy, Lina  •  Malhotra, Atul K.  •  Mamak, Rajinder  •  Manjania, Nasib 
Marjara, Davinder  •  Marjara, Seema  •  Martel, Alain  •  Mehta, Kishor 
Mehta, Chandralekha  •  Mehta, Nilesh  •  Mehta, Neesha  •  Merchant, Natasha 
Minhas, Balwinder Kaur  •  Minhas, Kulbir Kaur  •  Molakala, Prabhavathi 
Mukerji, Nishith  •  Mukerji, Shefali  •  Mukhi, Renu  •  Mullick, Deepak 
Murthy, Susheela  •  Murthy, Bhavani  •  Murthy, Narayana 
Murugan, Gnanendran  •  Murugan, Sumithra  •  Murugan, Lavanya 
Murugan, Ramya  •  Nadkarni, Deven  •  Nadkarni, Rahul 
Nayudamma, Dr. Yelavarthy  •  Pada, Vishnu  •  Pada, Brinda  •  Pada, Arti 
Paliwal, Mukul  •  Patel, Babubai  •  Patel, Bipan Kumar  •  Patel, Marazban 
Patel, Mohanbhai  •  Phansekar, Rita  •  Puri, Veena  •  Puri, Ashu  •  Puri, Amit 
Quadri, Syed Qutubuddin  •  Quadri, Shaiesta  •  Quadri, Rubina 
Quadri, Arishiya  •  Quadri, Atif  •  Radhakrishna, Nagasundara 
Radhakrishna, Jyothi  •  Radhakrishna, Thejus  •  Raghavan, Suseela 
Raghuveeran, Vasantha  •  Raghuveeran, Rajiv  •  Rai, Kiranjit Kaur 
Ramachandran, Pratibha  •  Ramaswamy, Janaki  •  Rauthan, Budhi 
Rauthan, Pooja  •  Rodricks, Elaine  •  Sabharwal, Meghana  •  Sadiq, Sugra 
Sagi, Sujatha  •  Sagi, Kalpana  •  Sagi, Kavitha  •  Saha, Bimal Kumar 
Sahu, Ram  •  Sahu, Pradeep K.  •  Sahu, Pushpa  •  Sakhawalkar, Dattatraya 
Sakhawalkar, Usha  •  Sakhawalkar, Sanjay  •  Sakhawalkar, Surekha 
Sakhawalkar, Sunil  •  Sankurathri, Manjari  •  Sankurathri, Srikiran 
Sankurathri, Sarada  •  Sarangi, Rajasri  •  Sawhney, Om  •  Seth, Satish 
Seth, Sadhana  •  Seth, Shilpa  •  Seth, Alpana  •  Seth, Ankur  •  Seth, Karan 
Sharma, Om Prakash  •  Sharma, Shakuntala  •  Sharma, Dr. Uma 
Sharma, Sandhya  •  Sharma, Swati  •  Sharma, Sharvan  •  Sharma, Indu 
Sharma, Versha  •  Sharma, Neeraj  •  Sharma, Shyamala Narain 
Sharma, Sumitra Narain  •  Sharma, Sandeep Narain  •  Sharma, Anuj Narain 
Sharma, Vikas Narain  •  Sharma, Manmohan  •  Sharma, Sushma 
Sharma, Ruby  •  Sharma, Rina  •  Shukla, Sunil  •  Shukla, Irene 
Singh, Akhand  •  Singh, Usha  •  Singh, Amar  •  Singh, Ajai  •  Singh, Balvir 
Singh, Ranjina  •  Singh, Shobna  •  Singh, Shalini  •  Singh, Abhinav 
Singh, Dara  •  Singh, Jagit  •  Singh, Mukhtiar  •  Singh, Surendra P. 
Singh, Joyosree  •  Singh, Ratik  •  Sinha, Anjami  •  Soni, Usha  •  Soni, Rina 
Soni, Moneka  •  Soni, Pankaj  •  Sran, Primajit Kaur  •  Srivastava, Brijbeheri 
Subramanian, Gopalsamudram  •  Subramanian, Jayalakshmi 
Subramanian, Krishnan  •  Subramanian, Sumitra  •  Subramaniam, Lakshmi 
Subramaniam, Veena  •  Swaminathan, Indira  •  Swaminathan, Anand 
Swaminathan, Padma  •  Swaminathan, Ramya  •  Thachettu, Ivy 
Thakur, Inder Hiralal  •  Thakur, Priya Inder  •  Thakur, Vishal Kiran 
Thakur, Kanaya Metharam  •  Thampi, Vijaya  •  Thomas, Kurian 
Thomas, Molly  •  Thomas, Vinod  •  Thomas, Anita  •  Travasso, Alex 
Travasso, Anne  •  Travasso, Lorraine  •  Travasso, Lyon  •  Trivedi, Nirmal 
Trivedi, Neeta  •  Trivedi, Parul  •  Tumkur, Chithralekha  •  Tumkur, Rammohan 
Turlapati, Sanjay  •  Turlapati, Deepak  •  Uppal, Sukhwinder Kaur 
Uppal, Parminder Kaur  •  Uppal, Kuldip Singh  •  Upreti, Dr. Gyan Chandra 
Upreti, Hema  •  Upreti, Vikram  •  Vaid, Noshir  •  Vaz-Alexander, Juliet 
Venkatesan, Geetha  •  Venkatesan, Sukavanam  •  Venketeswaran, T.K. 
Verma, Balwinder  •  Wadhawa, Serina  •  Wadhawa, Akhil 
Yallapragada, Gopala Krishna Murty

Aggarwal, Rahul  •  Ahmed, Indra  •  Ahmed, Sarah 
Alexander, Dr. Anchanatt Mathew  •  Alexander, Simon 
Alexander, Annamma  •  Alexander, Reena  •  Alexander, Simon Jr.
Allard, Colette Morin  •  Anantaraman, Bhavani  •  Anantaraman, Aruna 
Anantaraman, Rupa  •  Asirwatham, Ruth  •  Asirwatham, Sunita 
Asirwatham, Anita  •  Aurora, Shyla  •  Bajaj, Anju  •  Balaraman, Saradambal 
Balaraman, Narayanan (Rodger)  •  Balasubramanian, Ramachandran 
Balsara, Freddy  •  Beauchesne, Gaston  •  Bedi, Saroj  •  Bedi, Anu 
Bedi, Jatin  •  Berar, Jogeshwar Singh  •  Berry, Sharad  •  Bery, Neelam 
Bery, Priya  •  Bery, Aditya  •  Bhagat, Adush  •  Bhalla, Nirmal  •  Bhalla, Manju 
Bhalla, Dalip Kumar  •  Bhardwaj, Harish  •  Bhasin, Rima 
Bhat, Muktha  •  Bhat, Praveen Deepak  •  Bhat, Parag Vijay 
Bhat, (Sadarangani) Chand Motiram  •  Bhat, Siddhant  •  Bhatt, Vinubhai 
Bhatt, Chandrabala Vinubhai  •  Bhatt, Bina Vinubhai 
Bhatt, Tina Vinubhai  •  Bhinder, Capt. Satwinder Singh  •  Bisen, Leena Deep 
Castonguay, Rachelle  •  Chandrasekhar, Sukumar  •  Chatlani, Nita 
Chatlani, Mala  •  Chatlani, Marc Charles  •  Cheema, Shingara Singh 
Chopra, Jagdish  •  Chopra, Shampari  •  Chug, Ratna Kaur 
Daniel, Varghese  •  Daniel, Celine  •  Daniel, Ruby Ann  •  Daniel, Robyn 
Das, Ruby  •  Das, Anita  •  Das, Arindar  •  DeSa, Anthony Sebastian 
Desouza, Ronald L.  •  Dhunna, Bhagrani  •  Dhunna, Shashi 
Dhunna, Rajesh  •  Dhunna, Suneal  •  Dinshaw, Jamshed 
Dinshaw, Pamela  •  Dumasia, Dara Dinshaw  •  Enayati, Ardeshir K. 
Furdoonji, Homai  •  Gadkar, Anita  •  Gambhir, Santosh  •  Gambhir, Angeline 
Gambhir, Julie  •  Gaonkar, Shyama  •  Ghatge, Sangeeta  •  Gogia, Bhagwanti 
Gogne, Ritu  •  Gopalan, Krishna Kumar  •  Gossain, Kalpana 
Gossain, Aparna  •  Gossain, Arun  •  Grewal, Daljit Singh  •  Gupta, Anumita 
Gupta, Santosh  •  Gupta, Shashi  •  Gupta, S. (Shashi)  •  Gupta, Arti 
Gupta, Amit  •  Gupta, Rajesh  •  Gupta, Swantantar  •  Gupta, Vandana 
Gupta, Vishal  •  Gupta, Ramwati  •  Hanse, Narendra Singh 
Harpalani, Rashmi  •  Harpalani, Deepa  •  Harpalani, Sumanta 
Jacob, Bulivelil Koshy  •  Jacob, Aleykutty  •  Jacob, Jissey  •  Jacob, Jancey 
Jacob, Justin  •  Jain, Om Prakash  •  Jain, Rani Indu  •  Jain, Ruchi 
Jain, Rikki  •  Jain, Anoopuma  •  Jaipuria, Mala  •  Jalan, Devkrishan 
Jalan, Shila  •  Jalan, Anita  •  Jalan, Vinay  •  James, Annie Josephine 
Jethwa, Dr. Zebunnisa  •  Jethwa, Dr. Umar  •  Job, Aleykutty  •  Job, Teena 
Jutras, Rita  •  Kachroo, Mohan Rani  •  Kaj, Leena Fatej  •  Kalsi, Indira 
Kammila, Rama Devi  •  Kapoor, Santosh  •  Kapoor, Sharmila 
Kapoor, Sabrina  •  Kashipri, Neli  •  Kashipri, Athikho  •  Kaur, Gurmit 
Kaur, Parmjit  •  Kaushal, Bishan Ram  •  Kelly, Barsa  •  Khan, Rahamathulla 
Khandelwal, Chandra Kanta  •  Khandelwal, Manju Lata  •  Khera, Suman Pinki 
Khera, Rashi  •  Kochher, Sandeep  •  Kumar, Manju  •  Kumar, Kevin 
Kumar, Ramachandran  •  Kumar, Chitra  •  Lakshmanan, Kanaka 
Lakshmanan, Preethi  •  Lasrado, Sharon  •  Laurence, Shyamala 
Laurence, Krithika  •  Lazar, Sampath  •  Lazar, Sylvia  •  Lazar, Sandeeta 
Leger, Joseph  •  Lougheed, Donald George  •  Lulla, Monish  •  Madon, Sam H. 
Mainguy, Lina  •  Malhotra, Atul K.  •  Mamak, Rajinder  •  Manjania, Nasib 
Marjara, Davinder  •  Marjara, Seema  •  Martel, Alain  •  Mehta, Kishor 
Mehta, Chandralekha  •  Mehta, Nilesh  •  Mehta, Neesha  •  Merchant, Natasha 
Minhas, Balwinder Kaur  •  Minhas, Kulbir Kaur  •  Molakala, Prabhavathi 
Mukerji, Nishith  •  Mukerji, Shefali  •  Mukhi, Renu  •  Mullick, Deepak 
Murthy, Susheela  •  Murthy, Bhavani  •  Murthy, Narayana 
Murugan, Gnanendran  •  Murugan, Sumithra  •  Murugan, Lavanya 
Murugan, Ramya  •  Nadkarni, Deven  •  Nadkarni, Rahul 
Nayudamma, Dr. Yelavarthy  •  Pada, Vishnu  •  Pada, Brinda  •  Pada, Arti 
Paliwal, Mukul  •  Patel, Babubai  •  Patel, Bipan Kumar  •  Patel, Marazban 
Patel, Mohanbhai  •  Phansekar, Rita  •  Puri, Veena  •  Puri, Ashu  •  Puri, Amit 
Quadri, Syed Qutubuddin  •  Quadri, Shaiesta  •  Quadri, Rubina 
Quadri, Arishiya  •  Quadri, Atif  •  Radhakrishna, Nagasundara 
Radhakrishna, Jyothi  •  Radhakrishna, Thejus  •  Raghavan, Suseela 
Raghuveeran, Vasantha  •  Raghuveeran, Rajiv  •  Rai, Kiranjit Kaur 
Ramachandran, Pratibha  •  Ramaswamy, Janaki  •  Rauthan, Budhi 
Rauthan, Pooja  •  Rodricks, Elaine  •  Sabharwal, Meghana  •  Sadiq, Sugra 
Sagi, Sujatha  •  Sagi, Kalpana  •  Sagi, Kavitha  •  Saha, Bimal Kumar 
Sahu, Ram  •  Sahu, Pradeep K.  •  Sahu, Pushpa  •  Sakhawalkar, Dattatraya 
Sakhawalkar, Usha  •  Sakhawalkar, Sanjay  •  Sakhawalkar, Surekha 
Sakhawalkar, Sunil  •  Sankurathri, Manjari  •  Sankurathri, Srikiran 
Sankurathri, Sarada  •  Sarangi, Rajasri  •  Sawhney, Om  •  Seth, Satish 
Seth, Sadhana  •  Seth, Shilpa  •  Seth, Alpana  •  Seth, Ankur  •  Seth, Karan 
Sharma, Om Prakash  •  Sharma, Shakuntala  •  Sharma, Dr. Uma 
Sharma, Sandhya  •  Sharma, Swati  •  Sharma, Sharvan  •  Sharma, Indu 
Sharma, Versha  •  Sharma, Neeraj  •  Sharma, Shyamala Narain 
Sharma, Sumitra Narain  •  Sharma, Sandeep Narain  •  Sharma, Anuj Narain 
Sharma, Vikas Narain  •  Sharma, Manmohan  •  Sharma, Sushma 
Sharma, Ruby  •  Sharma, Rina  •  Shukla, Sunil  •  Shukla, Irene 
Singh, Akhand  •  Singh, Usha  •  Singh, Amar  •  Singh, Ajai  •  Singh, Balvir 
Singh, Ranjina  •  Singh, Shobna  •  Singh, Shalini  •  Singh, Abhinav 
Singh, Dara  •  Singh, Jagit  •  Singh, Mukhtiar  •  Singh, Surendra P. 
Singh, Joyosree  •  Singh, Ratik  •  Sinha, Anjami  •  Soni, Usha  •  Soni, Rina 
Soni, Moneka  •  Soni, Pankaj  •  Sran, Primajit Kaur  •  Srivastava, Brijbeheri 
Subramanian, Gopalsamudram  •  Subramanian, Jayalakshmi 
Subramanian, Krishnan  •  Subramanian, Sumitra  •  Subramaniam, Lakshmi 
Subramaniam, Veena  •  Swaminathan, Indira  •  Swaminathan, Anand 
Swaminathan, Padma  •  Swaminathan, Ramya  •  Thachettu, Ivy 
Thakur, Inder Hiralal  •  Thakur, Priya Inder  •  Thakur, Vishal Kiran 
Thakur, Kanaya Metharam  •  Thampi, Vijaya  •  Thomas, Kurian 
Thomas, Molly  •  Thomas, Vinod  •  Thomas, Anita  •  Travasso, Alex 
Travasso, Anne  •  Travasso, Lorraine  •  Travasso, Lyon  •  Trivedi, Nirmal 
Trivedi, Neeta  •  Trivedi, Parul  •  Tumkur, Chithralekha  •  Tumkur, Rammohan 
Turlapati, Sanjay  •  Turlapati, Deepak  •  Uppal, Sukhwinder Kaur 
Uppal, Parminder Kaur  •  Uppal, Kuldip Singh  •  Upreti, Dr. Gyan Chandra 
Upreti, Hema  •  Upreti, Vikram  •  Vaid, Noshir  •  Vaz-Alexander, Juliet 
Venkatesan, Geetha  •  Venkatesan, Sukavanam  •  Venketeswaran, T.K. 
Verma, Balwinder  •  Wadhawa, Serina  •  Wadhawa, Akhil 
Yallapragada, Gopala Krishna Murty

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