National Archives of India no less!

Thanks to the indomitable Maya Dodd, I found that the NAI actually has a searchable index of some files online – here’s a promising start:http://www.abhilekh-patal.in/users/collection/digitized-collections.aspx

A search actually threw up these entries:
Goa Military Means adopted for the protection of the British inhabitants of Goa during the insurrection. Foreign INTERNAL 1895 12 PART B Progs., Nos. 393-410, December 1895 Digitize on Demand (0)
Demand of the Goa authoities for the surrender of Igancio de Loyola and four others concerned in the Goa Riots. Foreign INTERNAL 1891 4 PART A Progs., Nos. 126-132, April 1891 Digitize on Demand (0)
remittances by Goanese nationals from India to Portuguese India, and number of persons entering India from Goa and leaving India for Goa each year. External Affairs EUROPE – I 1949 0 Progs., Nos. 19(132)-Eur-I, 1949(B) Digitize on Demand (0)
Assistance to Mr. Mascarenhas arrested in Goa, for publication of some articles on Goa. External Affairs EUROPE – I 1949 0 Progs., Nos. 19(122)-Eur-I, 1949 Digitize on Demand (0)
e CUSTOMS DUTIES 1932 0 Progs. No. 67 -CUS-I, 1932 Digitize on Demand (0)

And: Stared (sic) Question in the Indian Parliament to be asked by Lala Raj Kanwar regarding the transfer of records of Historical and political interest kept in the custody of the Punjab Govt. prior to Partition

http://www.abhilekh-patal.in/users/documents/viewfile.aspx?id=SSi1kzFqtyg=

Who are the Guilty 1984

Who are the Guilty ?
Report of a joint inquiry into the causes and impact of the riots in Delhi from 31 October to 10 November 1984

PUCL – PUDR

A fact-finding team jointly organised by one People’s Union for Democratic Rights (PUDR) and people’s Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL) in the course of investigations from November 1 to November 10, has come to the conclusion that the attacks on members of the Sikh Community in Delhi and its suburbs during the period, far from being a spontaneous expression of “madness” and of popular “grief and anger” at Mrs. Gandhi’s assasination as made out to be by the authorities, were the outcome of a well organised plan marked by acts of both deliberate commissions and omissions by important politicians of the Congress (I) at the top and by authorities in the administration. Although there was the handiwork of a determined group which was inspired by different sentiments altogether.PUCL – PUDR Report: Who are the Guilty ?