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UK: Nick Clegg sidesteps Justice for 1984 Sikh Genocide

London, United Kingdom: The Sikh Federation (UK) last year arranged a meeting of British Sikh representatives with Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister and Simon Hughes, the Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats at that time. In a more detailed follow up meeting in his office at the Cabinet Office Sikh Federation (UK) representatives suggested in a future trip to India ...

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Letter From Akal Takhat Sahib To Gurdwara Sahib Leamington And Warwick, UK

Warwich, UK: The following correspondence has been sent by the local sangat of Leamington. This letter was originally addressed to Sikh Council UK, which is the official organization nominated by the Akal Takht Sahib to ensure proper standards are being met by Gurdwaras and other Sikh institutions in UK. The correspondence is being published below, along with the original letter by ...

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Sikh Federation UK Condemns Misuse of Term “Asian”

London, UK: Ever since 9/11 and the term Islamophobia was invented, public bodies and the media in the UK have been reluctant to call a spade a spade. For reasons of excessive political correctness and possible claims of racism, the broader term “Asian” has been and continues to be incorrectly used although it is inappropriate. The report by Professor Alexis Jay ...

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Braveheart Productions begins production of “Sukha and Jinda – The Movie”

Vancouver, Canada: A Canada based company, Braveheart Production, has announced commencement of productions on its debut film “SUKHA AND JINDA – THE MOVIE“. “This movie tells the real life story of Harjinder Singh Jinda and Sukhdev Singh Sukha, known for their high profile acts of bravery through the late 1990′s. The story provides a glimpse into their lives leading up ...

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Canada’s Inaugural Khalsa Cup Tournament a Success

Mississauga, Canada: The first annual Khalsa Cup concluded on Sunday with Team Malton being crowned Competitive Tier champions and the Maple Leafs winning the Co-Ed Tier. The tournament raised over $6,000 for the Khalra Centre for Human Rights Defenders in Delhi. The Khalsa Cup, organized to implement the concepts of seva and sarbat da bhalla into sports, was organized through collaborative ...

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