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UK Sikh Body Apprehends Fake Encounter of Nabha Jail Escapees

United Khalsa Dal (UK), a UK based Sikh body, has raised apprehensions that the Punjab police may stage fake encounter of Harminder Singh Minttoo, who reportedly escaped from Maximum Security Jail, Nabha this morning.

Findings of UK Sikh Survey 2016 Released: Implications For UK-India Relations

Findings from the UK Sikh Survey 2016, the largest and most comprehensive ever Sikh survey in the UK with over 4,500 respondents were released on November 25, 2016.

NDP Leader Andrea Horwath Addressed Sikh Gathering on Parkash Gurpurab in Brampton

N.D.P Leader Andrea Horwath and Canadian Member of Provincial Parliament and deputy leader Jagmeet Singh addressed the gathering of hundreds of Sikhs at Gurudwara Sahib of the city of Brampton on the occasion of Parkash Gurpurab of Guru Nanak Ji.

FBI Includes Hate Crimes Against Sikh in Its Annual Report

This week, the FBI released its annual report on hate crimes, which for the very first time, includes reported hate crimes committed against Sikhs. According to the FBI, there were six hate crimes committed against Sikhs in 2015.

WSO Canada Condemns Anti-Semitic Vandalism in Ottawa

WSO condemns the vandalism of three Jewish centers in Ottawa that have been spray-painted with swastikas and hate messaging. Most recently, the Machzikei Hadas synagogue was defaced with anti-Semitic graffiti last night.

Human Rights Issues Discussed at US Congressional Briefing

Major concerns relating violations of the basic human rights around the world including in India were expressed at the special US Congressional Briefing held in Washington on November 16.

Event Held in UK Parliament on Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s Parkash Gurpurab

Guru Nanak Ji's Gurpurab was marked for the second year running with a memorable celebration at the Houses of Parliament in London.

Pressure Mounts on Theresa May to come clean on UK involvement with the Indian security forces in assisting in the Sikh Genocide in the 1980s

In the last five days since Theresa May returned from her trade visit to India at least 120 MPs from five different political parties have had letters from constituents urging them to write to the Prime Minister urging her to take action to address concerns that have been raised.

Will US President-Elect Donald Trump’s Cabinet Show he can be President for all Americans?

There can be nothing more comforting after a bitter political campaign than a President-elect that promises to do his best to represent all constituencies.

Online Petition Seeks Independent investigation into UK government assistance during the 1984 Sikh Genocide

British Sikh diaspora is demanding an independent inquiry in the assistance given by the then Margret Thatcher’s Government to the Indian State on executing the army attack on Darbar Sahab in June 1984.

SFJ Files Complaint with UN Against Badals, Punjab DGP For Blocking Nov. 10 Sikh Gathering

Sikh activists from North America and Europe have jointly filed a complaint with the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) against Punjab government's denial of permission to hold November 10, 2016 gathering at Talwandi Sabo (Bathinda) named as: "Sarbat Khalsa 2016" by the organizers and retaliatory crackdown on Sikhs in Punjab.

Thousands Marched in Melbourne to Remember Sikh Genocide 1984

To commemorate the anniversary of the November 1984 Sikh Genocide and to spread awareness about the genocidal massacres of Sikhs in India amongst the Australian masses, a local Sikh body named Supreme Sikh Council took out the annual remembrance march in the memory of innocent Sikhs murdered during first week of November 1984.

UK Sikh Bodies Strongly Condemn Arrests of Sikhs in Punjab

London: England based Sikh groups have condemned the crackdown of Punjab police against Sikh activists and leaders connected with November 10, 2016 proposed gathering at ...

UK Foreign Office hastily pulls off files ‘detailing UK role’ in notorious Indian army attack on Sikhs in June 1984

Scores of declassified British secret files were pulled from the British National Archives amid fears they detail British involvement in the Indian Army's attack on Darbar Sahib, Amritsar in June 1984.

Sikh Council UK Attends Roundtable meeting with Labour Leader

Sikh Council UK attended a first ever roundtable meeting between the Sikh community and Jeremy Corbyn MP, leader of the Labour Party and Official Opposition on 2 November.

Jagmeet Singh MPP’s statement at Legislative Assembly of Ontario on Sikh Genocide 1984

Jagmeet Singh, MPP (Bramalea—Gore—Malton), made a statement in the concerned provincial Parliament about the Sikh Genocide 1984.

Sikh News Canada: WSO Congratulates Sarabjit Singh (Sabi) Marwah on Senate Appointment

World Sikh Organization of Canada (WSO) has offers its congratulations to Sarabjit (Sabi) Singh Marwah on being appointed Canada's first Sikh senator.

UK Sikhs Extend Hand of Friendship to Kashmiris Amid Indian Aggression

The President of western part Kashmir, Sardar Masood Khan, was warmly received in the UK by Sikh activists in Birmingham on 27 October 2016.

Connecticut Sikhs trying to Fight against hate crime with series of educational presentations at State level

Hate crimes on Sikh community has become global concern now and even in Canada and America where Sikhs are living for more than 100 years it is still a big issue.

Trump Support Campaign misidentifies a Sikh as a Muslim on its flyer; ASC seeks public apology

American Sikh Council (ASC) has expressed shock over the 'ignorance' of the Trump Campaign which has portrayed a Sikh resident of Indiana as a ‘Muslim’.

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