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Indian Court to begin trial of 2 Sikh activists in 31 yrs old Hijacking Case

The court of ACMM Ms Jyoti Kler today granted regular bail to two Sikh hijackers namely Satnam Singh and Tejinder Pal Singh in a 36 years old hijacking case. The fresh trail under sedition charges will begin from July 31.

FSO (UK) to question Kirtani Jatha who attended SSP Swaran Ghotna’s Bhog

Federation of Sikh Organisations has announced to question a Kirtani Jatha who is accused of performing kirtan during former Punjab Police SSP Swaran Ghotna’s bhog ceremony.

Maryland (USA): 22nd Annual Sikh Youth Gurmat Camp from 29 July to Aug. 5

Guru Harkrishan Institute of Sikh Studies (GHISS) announced to hold 22nd Annual Sikh Youth Gurmat Camp in Maryland from July 29 - August 5, 2017.

SGPC to Build Memorial for Sikh Dharmi Faujis

SGPC has announced to build a memorial in the memory of ‘Dharmi Faujis’ – Sikh soldiers in the Indian army who had rebelled from Army after Indian forces invaded the Darbar Shaib and other Sikh Gurdwaras in Punjab and adjoining states in June 1984.

Canada based director to release “The Other Side of Freedom” documentary on 1947 partition

A Canada based poet/writer cum documentary make Sukhdeep Singh Barnala has announced to release a documentary titled "ਅਜ਼ਾਦੀ ਦੇ ਓਹਲੇ" ("The Other Side of Freedom") this August.

Newly Released FCO Files Reveal British Army Had Direct Involvement In June 1984 Sikh Genocide

In a written statement issued on Thursday (July 20) the Sikh Federation UK said that newly released FCO files suggest that British Army had direct involvement in June 1984 Sikh genocide.

Maharaja Duleep Singh Bio-Pic “The Black Prince” Movie Releasing Today [VIDEO REPORT]

A Hollywood bio-pic of last King of Sikh Kingdom, Maharaja Duleep Singh, is set to hit cinema screens across the globe on Friday, 21 July.

Remove Objectionable Reference Of Sikh Struggle In Maharashtra School Curriculum Books: SGPC

In order to put to rest the raging issue in which a Class 9th text book published by Maharashtra Education Board has termed Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale as a terrorist

Damdami Taksal’s Ultimatum to Maharashtra: Remove Objectionable reference from Text Book or prepare to face petition

Damdami Taksal, having its headquarters in Chowk Mehta, has taken serious notice of a text book of Maharashtra school curriculum which makes wrongful reference to the Sikh martyrs.

Double Jeopardy: Sikh Hijackers again put on trail in 36 years old Plane hijacking case

The court of ACMM Ms Jyoti Kler today granted two day interim bail to two Sikh hijackers namely Satnam Singh and Tejinder Pal Singh in a 36 years old hijacking case.

MP Hélène Laverdière Endorses Jagmeet Singh for Leader of Canada’s NDP

On Monday (July 17), Laurier-Sainte-Marie MP Hélène Laverdière announced her support for Jagmeet Singh's bid to lead the New Democratic Party (NDP) of Canada.

Loot on Punjab River Water by Indian State: Role of Political Class & Judiciary (Sr. Journalist Sukhdev Singh)

A seminar was organised by Punjab Front and Radical People's Forum to discuss the issue of loot of Punjab river water and Punjab water crisis.

EXCLUSIVE: SC Verdict on SYL Canal Shows that India Treats Punjab as Occupied Territory

Politics

Sukhpal Singh Khaira Elevated As Leader Of Opposition In State Assembly

As per the media reports senior leader of the Punjab unit of the Aam Adami Party (AAP) and legislature from Bholath constituency Sukhpal Singh Khaira

Joint Press Conference by Farmers’ Unions of Punjab: Kisan Bodies Warn Agitation on Farmers’ Issues

Four Farmers' bodies that are operative in Punjab on Tuesday (July 18) held a joint meeting at Punjab Kisan Bhawan, Chandigarh. Leaders of Farmers' Unions addressed a joint press conference after this meetings.

Loot on Punjab River Water by Indian State: Role of Political Class & Judiciary (Sr. Journalist Sukhdev Singh)

A seminar was organised by Punjab Front and Radical People's Forum to discuss the issue of loot of Punjab river water and Punjab water crisis.

New York Times copies burnt in Agra over Article on UP CM Yogi Adityanath

s per the media reports activist affiliated with different pro-hindutva groups today in Agra, Uttar Pardesh burned the copies of New York Times (NYT), a US based

Vicious Propaganda Against Sikh Struggle in Maharashtra School Curriculum book

A book titled "History and Political Science" which is part of school curriculum for 9th standard students in Maharashtra carries vicious propaganda against the Sikh struggle.

Breaking News: Former RSS Member Ram Nath Kovind Elected As 14th President Of India

Former member of the pro-hindutva fountain head Rashtraya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) and NDA's presidential candiate Ramnath Kovind has won

Remove Objectionable Reference Of Sikh Struggle In Maharashtra School Curriculum Books: SGPC

In order to put to rest the raging issue in which a Class 9th text book published by Maharashtra Education Board has termed Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale as a terrorist

Double Jeopardy: Sikh Hijackers again put on trail in 36 years old Plane hijacking case

The court of ACMM Ms Jyoti Kler today granted two day interim bail to two Sikh hijackers namely Satnam Singh and Tejinder Pal Singh in a 36 years old hijacking case.

China says PLA troops waiting patiently, but won’t wait indefinitely; PLA Conducts Live Fire Drill

In a stern message directed towards India, China has reportedly said that People’s Liberation Army (PLA) have been waiting patiently at Doklam but will not do so for an indefinite period.

UBER to Launch UberMoto Bike Taxi in Punjab Next Week

Uber’s South Asia Public Policy Director Shweta Rajpal Kohli said that Punjab CM Amarinder Singh will flag off first set of 100 Uber bike taxis under a new scheme next week.

Baljinder Kaur and Nazar Singh Manshahia join the race for Leader of Opposition: Media Reports

Mansa MLA Nazar Singh Manshahia and Talwandi Sabo MLA Baljinder Kaur have reportedly joined the race for the post of Leader of Opposition in Punjab state assembly.

SC judgment must lead to justice for Manipur’s fake encounters, Amnesty India

The Supreme Court has offered a hope of justice for the many families in Manipur who have lost their loved ones in fake encounters, said Amnest India.