Tag Archives: Sikh political

84 genocide is issue in California race

Sacramento, California: Anger stemming from the 1984 Sikh genocide in India has crept into one of the closest and most expensive congressional races in the country. Some Sikh political activists and the California Republican Party are campaigning against Democratic Rep Ami Bera, saying he refuses to acknowledge the alleged involvement of the Indian government in the riots. Bera, a physician representing a ...

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Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa serves “ultimatum” on Giani Gubachan Singh on Sikh political prisoners’ issue

Amritsar, Punjab: Bhai Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa, who observed a 42-day fast seeking release of Sikh prisoners languishing in various jails last year, reached completed his foot journey and reached Akal Takht on August 17, where they submitted a memorandum at Akal Takht secretariat in absence of Akal Takht Jathedar Giani Gurbachan Singh. Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa wanted to meet Jathedar Giani Gurbachan ...

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5 Sikhs Who Made a Difference in 2013

Bhai Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa’s morcha became a success after 44 days when 4 Singhs were released from jail. The morcha united Sikhs in need of unity at a critical time in Sikh History. The slogan “Jabar Da Mukabla, Sabar Nal” was accepted by all and peaceful protests put pressure on the Govt to release Sikh Political Prisoners. Bhai Gurbaksh Singh ...

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Echoes of Modi, Bhindranwale

Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab: The annual Sikh religious fair on Thursday here was a show of strength to cash on democracy—be it by the separatist voices or the political appeal to elect Narendra Modi country’s next prime minister. “Only Modi can save the country from the clutches of the Congress, and he will address the country’s largest ever rally in Punjab on ...

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