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Stephen Harper explains his position on political activism of Canadian Sikh diaspora

Ludhiana,Bangalore, India : According to media reports the Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who is on a visit to India and has received complaints about political activities of Sikhs in Canada concerning the political rights of Sikhs in India, said on November 08, 2012 that “he won’t interfere with the political rights of Canadian Sikhs who advocate a separate state ...

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Sikh body writes to Canadian PM Harper ahead of his visit to India

Amritsar,Punjab: It is learnt that 3 days ahead of the visit of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, the Dal Khalsa has sent him a memorandum, sharing with him its concerns and thoughts about Sikhs in India and Canada. In a communiqué faxed to the Canadian embassy, party head HS Dhami said there was no doubt that Sikh Canadians were proud ...

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India tells PM Harper that Canadian Sikh Diaspora is “extremist”

Ludhaina,Panjab: India has once again shouted it’s alleged concerns about so-called “Sikh extremism” in Canada. According to media reports: “It’s the latest in a string of efforts by Indian authorities, including Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, to press Ottawa to stay vigilant about Sikhs in Canada who favour the establishment of Khalistan”. This time Preneet Kaur, India’s Minister of State of ...

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Canada: Statement by New Democrat Leader Thomas Mulcair on the tragedy of November 1984 in India

Canada: The New Democratic Party leader Tom Mulcair issued a statement on November 01, 2012 regarding the planned, widespread and systematic massacres of Sikhs in India 28 years ago in November 1984 The Statement reads as follows it is with great sorrow that I extend my sympathies on the 28th anniversary of the tragic pogroms of 1984 that targeted Sikh ...

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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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