Punjab Government continue to hold 19 Sikh activists in Jail

Kapurthala, Punjab: Sikh leader Simranjit Singh Mann and his supporters had to return from the modern jail after the jail authorities refused to let them meet 19 Sikh protesters lodged here. Mann, along with his advocate and supporters, arrived at the jail to meet Sikh protesters who were arrested by the Kapurthala police after they had reportedly created ruckus in ...

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31 Years on Survivors of 1984 Sikh Genocide are Still Waiting for Justice

In November 1984, at least 3000 Sikh men, women and children were killed across four days of killing and looting that followed the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in Delhi. Sikh men were dragged out of their homes by mobs and shot dead while others were hacked to death, or doused with petrol and burned alive. Numerous Sikh women ...

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Makkar again does a Flip-Flip on Jathedars’ Removal

Amritsar, Punjab: With pressure mounting for removal of Sikh high priests — including Akal Takht jathedar Giani Gurbachan Singh, for their flip-flop on pardon to Sirsa dera head Gurmeet Ram Rahin Singh — the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee is caught in a bind. SGPC chief on Friday declared that there was no move to remove the jathedars. Within couple of ...

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Moody Warns India Losing it’s Domestic and Global Credibility over Ethnic Tensions

Intolerance Credit rating agency warns rising ethnic tensions may trip Modi govt’s reform agenda in Parliament. While Modi has largely distanced himself from the nationalist jibes, the belligerent provocation of various Indian minorities has raised ethnic tensions – REPORT BY MOODY’S ANALYTICS Delhi, India: The growing intolerance in the country echoed internationally on Friday as a Moody’s report cautioned Prime ...

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Metropolitan Police Service Issue Apology to Sikhs – Video

London, UK: The Sikh Federation (UK) representatives lead a Sikh Community delegation inc Sikh Council UK and other Sikh Orgs, that attended a meeting held on Wednesday 28 October at New Scotland Yard with the Police Commander Mac Chishty and Silver Commander Chief Superintendent Colin Morgan, to discuss the Sikh Lives Matter protest at the Indian High Commission on Thurs ...

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