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The True Story Of Kanishka Bombing: Special report by Qaumi Awaaz Radio

Melbourne based Qaumi Awaaz Radio recently aired a special report on Air India flight 182 bombing, commonly called as the Kanishka bombing.

High Court directs Badal govt. to submit “action taken report” on Moga Orbit Bus molestation case

High Court directs Badal govt. to submit “action taken report” on Moga Orbit Bus molestation case

A Punjab and Haryana High Court bench comprising Justices Hemant Gupta and Lisa Gill today issued notices to the Punjab government and the Orbit Aviation in Moga Orbit Bus molestation case. The court also directed the state government to submit a report on the action taken against the bus staff.

Gurmeet Pinkey [File Photo]

Gurmeet Pinky was secretly released on May 24; Badal Govt. defends it’s decision

Chandigarh (August 20, 2014) The secret of Gurmeet Pinky's release was unveiled in response to an application under Right to Information Act. The application was moved by victim Avtar Singh @ Gola's father S. Amrik Singh.

People's Conference against UAPA [March 05] (8)

People’s Conference demands repeal of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act

New Delhi, India (March 06, 2014): A massively attended conference was organized by People’s Movement against UAPA on March 05 at Talkatora Stadium in New Delhi.

Advocate Amar Singh Chahal and Advocate Rajwinder Singh Bains

Sikh Organization for Prisoner Welfare (SOPW) announces legal team in Punjab

Chandigarh/ London (February 01, 2014): According to information shared by Sikh Organization for Prisoner Welfare (SOPW), the UK based prisoners' welfare organization held press conference at the Press Club in Chandigarh last week. SOPW representative Bhai R. P. Singh announced legal team of the organization comprising of Advocate Amar Singh Chahal and Advocate Rajvinder Singh Bains.

Satwant Singh Manak - a witness of Fake Encounters in Punjab

After 19 years whistle blower condemned with fine by the Punjab high court; HC termed extra-judicial killings as ‘special efforts’

Chandigarh/ Punjab (November 26, 2013): In a decision tending to strengthen the blind impunity zone in Punjab as regards mass level human rights abuses committed by Punjab police and other Indian security forces during 1980s-90s in Punjab, the Punjab and Haryana High Court dismissed a petition of former cop who maintains to have witnessed the extra-judicial killing 10 civilians (all Sikhs) by the Punjab police.

Surjit Singh SI admits fake encounters in Punjab

Surjit Singh reveals chilling abuses by Punjab Police; Check details of disclosure based on Surjit Singh SI’s petition

Surjit Singh’s petition has been made available to the World Sikh Organization, that has shared it's details with the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN). The revelations contained in the petition are absolutely chilling and at times, gruesome. They include descriptions of the crushing of one Baghel Singh with a bullet proof vehicle and the murder of Gurcharan Singh by force feeding him a cyanide capsule.

Advocate Rajwinder Singh Bains

Canada: WSO concludes national annual human rights events in Surrey

Surrey, Canada (June 22, 2013): The World Sikh Organization of Canada concluded its annual series of national human rights events with its annual inter-community dinner in Surrey last Sunday night. Several hundred guests were in attendance including several MLAs and representatives from Simon Fraser University, Fraser Health Authority, RCMP amongst others.

Discussion on Prof. Bhullar's Case

Indian State System, Professor Devender Pal Singh Bhullar’s Case and the Sikhs [Qaumi Masle EP. 11]

Legal, Political and Social aspects of Professor Devender Pal Singh Bhullar's case have made it a unique case in the history of Indian state. Facts of the case make it clear that how death penalty is being used as a tool of political control by the Indian state.

World Sikh Organization of Canada

World Sikh Organization to host annual human rights events in June

Ottawa, Canada (May 29, 2013): It is learnt that the World Sikh Organization of Canada will be hosting human rights events across Canada in the month of June, including their annual Parliamentary Dinner in Ottawa on Monday June 3rd in Ottawa. This year’s keynote speaker will be leading Punjab human rights activist Rajvinder S. Bains.

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