Tag Archives: November 1984

Lord Indarjit Singh declines invitation to NY Sikh International Film Festival

New York,USA Reports today indicate that Lord Indarjit Singh, the first turbaned Sikh to serve in the British House of Lords, has declined the invitation to attend the opening event of the 2012 Sikh International Film Festival in New York — the Heritage Awards Gala (in which he was to be awarded)  — in objection to the attendance of representatives ...

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Leicester (UK) Sikhs to commemorate anniversary of Sikh Genocide on November 4

Leicester,UK: It is learnt that a Sikh Genocide memorial conference shall be organized at Gurudwara Guru Teg Bahaudur Sahib in Leicester, UK to observe 28th anniversary of “Sikh Genocide 1984”. It is notable that in the first week June 1984 various Sikh Gurudwaras were attacked by Indian army and thousands of pilgrims were killed and in the first week of ...

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November 1984 – Sikh “Genocide” petition to be presented in Australian Parliament

Sydney,Australia: 28 Years after the organized and systematic killing of Sikhs in India, Honorable Warren Entsch, an Australian Federal Member of Parliament will present a “Genocide Petition” before Australian Parliament. The “Genocide” petition will be tabled before the “House of Representatives” during Adjournment Debate (4.30p – 5pm) on Thursday, November 1st, 2012. The petition will call upon Australian Government to ...

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Sikh Nation’s annual blood drive aims to keep alive memory of innocent Sikhs murdered in India

 INDIA: Surrey – Members of the world-wide renowned and internationally acclaimed Sikh Nation, which began a revolutionary movement of remembering the over 30,000 Sikhs murdered in 1984 in India by donating blood in the month of November, gathered in Surrey this week to apprise the local media of this year’s drive that has collected drum loads of blood and saves ...

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AISC to protest outside Rashtarpati Bawan (India) on Oct. 31 against denial of justice to 1984 Genocide victims

New Delhi: All India Sikh Conference headed by S. Gurcharan Singh Babbar has criticised the Centre for failing to punish those involved in the November 1984 massacre of Sikhs. The group has demanded immediate judicial action against the perpetrators of the violence. The All India Sikh Conference held a press conference at York Restaurent, near Minto Bridge, Connaught Place, New ...

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