Three major human rights groups of Punjab namely Punjab Human Rights Organisation (PHRO), Lawyers For Human Rights (LFHRI) and Sikhs For Human Rights (SFHR) organised a discussion on Punjab’s water crisis on the 68th International Human Rights Day on Saturday (Dec. 10) at People’s Convention Hall, Sector 36-B, Chandigarh.
Panj Teer Records has released trailer of upcoming short movie that is said to be based on Bhai Randhir Singh Ji’s mulakat (meeting) with Shaheed Bhagat Singh. According to the makers of the movie, the upcoming short film is based on accounts of meeting noted by Bhai Randhir Singh Ji.
Bhai Ajmer Singh was invited in view of his work on historiography, analysis and review of the Sikh struggle to present his view point on Declaration of Khalistan.
Kalgianwale Di Chhabi is an insightful article of Prof. Puran Singh which clarifies that attempts to depict Sikh Gurus in portraits or writing character-sketches of Guru Sahib from a temporal view-point was wrongful.
As per reports in Kashmiri media, a Mumbai based political party Shiv Sena Hindustan (SSH) Thursday termed slain militant commander Burhan Wani as Martyr (Shaheed) and called the Jammu and Kashmir government a “terrorist” asking “what the PDP-BJP coalition achieved by killing innocents.’
Sikh Historian Bhai Ajmer Singh has shared a message with the Sikh Sangat with regard to Shaheedi Sabhas of Chamkaur Sahib and Fatehgarh Sahib explaining his perspective towards the objective and uniqueness of martyrdom (Shaheedi) in Sikhi.
Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) editor Parmjeet Singh talked to Bhai Ajmer Singh about contemporary situation of the Sikh panth and stagnation in Sikh politics.
From the juncture of seeking justice for the police firing victim to the point of children eagerly waiting their parents who were disappeared or faced custodial deaths – the painful side of the two-decade old Punjab conflict came to the fore on 68th International Human Rights Day.
This is full video recording of speech by Monika Kumar on Gujarat Files book, its Punjabi translation and Rana Ayyub. It was recorded at Prachin Kala Kendar, Sector 36, Chandigarh on December 04, 2016.
Gujarat Files is the account of an eight-month long undercover investigation by journalist Rana Ayyub into the Gujarat riots, fake encounters and the murder of state Home Minister Haren Pandya that brings to the fore startling revelations.
This is clip is part of extensive interview with Sikh Youth Leader Bhai Mandhir Singh about Supreme Court of India's November 10, 2016 ruling against Punjab in controversial Satluj Yamuna Link (SYL) canal.
This is audio recording of Qaumi Awaaz Radio's interview with Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur who maintains list of Sikh political prisoners and he is also counsel of Bhai Harminder Singh Mintoo, who escaped from Nabha jail on Sunday (November 27, 2016).
This is news report regarding reported jailbreak at Maximum Security Jail, Nabha and police firing on a car near Samana which resulted in death of a 25 years old girl named Neha.
Lecture of Bhai Ajmer Singh on Nationalism, Idea of Nationalism, Nationalism in Indian Subcontinent on Punjab and impact on Sikh Panth.
Sikh Historian, Author And Intellectual Bhai Ajmer Singh addressed the Sikh Sangat at RCF, Kapurthala during a samgam organised to mark the Parkash Gurpurab of Guru Nanak Ji on November 14, 2016.
Sikh Historian Bhai Ajmer Singh exposes the truth of Sahib-E-Kamaal Guru Gobind Singh Book by Lala Daulat Rai. This speech is worth listening to know that how the imago of Sikh Gurus is distorted by historians.
A seminar dedicated to the memory of those killed during Sikh genocide of November 1984 was organised by students of Punjabi University, Patiala. The topic of the seminar was “on the “Sikh Genocide 1984”.
Sikh Historian Bhai Ajmer Singh shared his views on topic “Lessons learnt from November 1984”. A seminar dedicated to the memory of those killed during Sikh genocide of November 1984 was organised by students of Punjabi University, Patiala.
Calling herself as a daughter of 1993 Anti Muslim violence, investigative journalist Rana Ayub said she has personally experienced the pain and horror of the violence and that a Sikh family had sheltered her along with her sister during that fateful period.
Punjabi University vice-chancellor Dr. Jaspal Singh shared his personal experience of November 1984 massacre of Sikhs in Delhi.Next Page »