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US DEPARTMENT OF STATE INTERVENES TO SAVE BADAL IN US LAWSUIT

New York, United States: The US Department of State has weighed in favor of CM Badal in the pending human rights violation lawsuit before the Federal Court of Wisconsin. The Special agents from the Diplomatic Security Service of the US Department of State have submitted sworn statements to the US court claiming that Badal was not served with the summons. This ...

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Beyond the pain of anti-Sikh genocide

Punjab,India- Some memories do not fade, however old they become. It is really the pain which accumulates because of disappointment and helplessness in not finding justice. I realised this the other day when an old Sikh friend of mine called me from Faridkot in Punjab and cried on the phone. He asked me again and again why the government did ...

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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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SJF calls for boycotting film festival honoring Indian representatives

New York,USA:  According to a statement released by “Sikhs for Justice”, a US based human rights group, on November 2, 2012 The Sikh Art and Film Foundation is going to honor the Ambassador of India to the United States, Ms. Nirupama Rao as the Chief Guest at the 2012 Sikh Heritage Awards Gala in New York. Member of Indian Parliament, ...

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US Sikhs to lobby Sikh Genocide petition before the United Nations

San Francisco,California: Decrying denial of justice, Hundreds of Sikhs attended the “Sikh Genocide and Sovereignty” Conference held in San Francisco on October 21, 2012 and voiced concern for the continuous impunity to political activists and police officers involved in genocidal attacks on Sikhs during November 1984. SFJ announced to file a “Genocide Petition” before U.N. Human Rights Commission (UNHRC) in ...

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