Tag Archives: November 1984

A Candle in the Dark – An Exhibition of Sikh History by National Sikh Youth Federation (UK)

London,UK: In a press statement the National Sikh Youth Federation (NSYF), a UK based Sikh youth body, has revealed it’s plans to hold an exhibition on various places in the UK. This is the first exhibition of this nature, curated by a team of professionals, which has been developed within the Sikh community. “Following on from the success of our ...

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Thousands gathered in Toronto to mark 28th Year of Genocidal Attacks on Sikhs in India

Toronto,Canada: While PM Harper is on a visit to India, thousands of Canadians gathered in Toronto to protest against the ongoing impunity to the members of the ruling Congress party of India, who organized genocidal attacks on Sikhs during November 1984. The gathering urged Canadian Prime Minister to raise with his Indian counterpart, the issues of denial of justice to ...

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Sikh genocide petition tabled in Australian Parliament

Canberra,Australia: According to reports available with  Australian MP Hon. Warren Entsch has tabled a petition of more than 4,000 signatures, calling for the government to recognise the killing of more than 37,000 Sikhs in India in 1984 as a genocide. As per information 300 Australian Sikhs sat in the parliament’s public gallery to see the motion be put forward on the ...

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Sikh activist writes to Canandian PM ahead of his visit to India

Canada,Surrey: B.C. based activist Kanwal Jit Singh Gill has written an open letter to Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper ahead of his visit to India. Mr. Gill has sent to copy of letter to Sikh Siyasat News via email, which reads as follows:   To, Stephen Harper Prime Minister of Canada, Ottawa. Dear Mr. Harper, You will be starting your ...

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Swaraj Radio to host panel discussion on Sikh genocide 1984 on Nov. 1

Vancouver,Canada: It is leant that Vancouver, BC based Swaraj Radio would be hosting a penal discussion on Thursday (November 1, 2012) from 1:30pm – 3:00pm (Standard Pacific Time). Representatives from various organizations around the world would be participating in this panel discussion. The Panel participating in discussion titled ‘Conversations on 1984’ will discuss the 1984 genocide and how it relates ...

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