Several activists belonging to the Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) held a protest outside the United Nations headquarters in New York to raise their concerns over the escalating tensions between India and Pakistan and its impact on the lives of the people in Punjab.
After over a decade of resistance to placement of Gandhi statues around the world began brewing in Johannesburg, South Africa in 2003, the University of Ghana is taking an historical step to remove a recently erected sculpture.
The White House has responded to a petition titled: "August 15th is NOT Independence Day For Sikhs. SUPPORT the Liberation of Indian Occupied Punjab to Create KHALISTAN".
Authorities in Jammu and Kashmir must revoke an order to stop the printing and publication of Kashmir Reader, a Srinagar-based English daily, Amnesty International India said today.
As per certain media reports, [t]he White House officials have removed India’s petition to declare Pakistan ‘a terrorism sponsoring state’ after they said that fake signatures were used to reach the minimum required support for the petition.
Shiromani Akali Dal Amritsar (Mann) chief S. Simranjeet Singh Mann has urged to the United Nations Security Council and international human rights forums such as UN Human Rights Commission and Human Rights Watch to take immediate steps to prevent the further escalation of situation between India and Pakistan that could lead to nuclear war.
As per confirmed reports the Central Government of India has directed the Deputy Commissioners of border areas (borders with Pakistan) to get ten kilo-meters area from the international border vacated with immediate effect.
Indian Army today maintained to have conducted strikes on certain places termed as "terror launch pads" along the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir".
As per media reports, hundreds of Kashmiris and Sikhs recently staged a demonstration in front of the United Nations office in New York to condemn the killings of Kashmiri youth by Indian forces.
Supreme Court of India today refused to allow an urgent hearing on a petition moved as Public Interest Litigation (PIL) challenging the constitutionality of the India-Pakistan water sharing treaty called the Indus Waters Treaty, 1960.
The World Sikh Organization of Canada has expressed its concern at the detention of Kashmiri human rights activist Khurram Parvez.
The University of Alberta Vice-Chancellor and President David H. Turpin has issued a statement terming the racist posters in the university campus targeting the Sikhs as disturbing.
Basel (Switzerland): Dal Khalsa has termed the arbitrary arrest of noted human rights defender and JKCCS coordinator Khurram Pervez as a sheer sign of frustration ...
The strong statement by the top UN diplomat for human rights on India’s role in occupied Kashmir continues to resonate internationally.
RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat visited the UK few days back. According to the Sikh Federation UK some UK politicians who have subsequently learned of his visit are being urged to take up the matter with the Foreign Office on why he was allowed to allegedly spread the "fascist RSS message" in the UK to Hindu representatives from across Europe.
The Federation of Sikh Organizations (FSO) has announced to hold a protest against Rashtrya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat during his visit to England.
On 18 March 2016 the UK Government lifted the ban on the International Sikh Youth Federation (ISYF) following a legal challenge by leading figures in the Sikh Federation (UK) and historic debates in the House of Commons and Lords.
Shooting is reported to have taken place at a shopping centre in Munich, Germany. According to CNN one person is killed and 10 are injured in the shootout.
At least 4 transit officers were killed, 11 shot in downtown Dallas on Thursday by two snipers, during a protest against police shootings in Minnesota and Louisiana, according to AP reports.
A Sikh candidate, Alexandra Kaur Bhathal, who is contesting the General Election for Australia’s Greens Party has reportedly been targeted with racist flyers.« Previous Page — Next Page »