UK's Opposition Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn has written to British Prime Minister Theresa May calling for a fresh and independent probe into British government's involvement in the June 1984 attack on Sikhs.
Prime Minister of Britain, Theresa my has issued a message congratulating Sikhs on the eve of Parkash Gurpurab of Guru Gobind Singh Ji.
As per a press release by the Sikh Federation UK [r]ecently there has been widespread "national and international" media coverage about the UK Sikh Survey 2016.
Sikh Federation (UK) has received hundreds of enquiries in the last 24 hours from Sikhs up and down the country complaining about the BBC incorrectly depicting the Khanda, an important Sikh religious symbol, when Dame Louise Casey was speaking about Muslims struggling to integrate.
When Theresa May became Prime Minister, Amber Rudd Home Secretary and Sajid Javid the Secretary of State at the Department for Communities and Local Government the Sikh Federation (UK) wrote to all three about hate crimes directed towards the visible Sikh community.
Last Friday the Sikh Network, set up two years ago to develop, produce and co-ordinate delivery of the Sikh Manifesto before the 2015 General Election released the findings of the UK Sikh Survey.
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.
Guru Nanak Ji's Gurpurab was marked for the second year running with a memorable celebration at the Houses of Parliament in London.
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.
On the eve of Parkash Gurpurab of Guru Nanak Sahib, the Dal Khalsa and its allied groups extended their heartiest felicitations to Sikh Diaspora in particular and people at large in general.
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.
UK based Sikh group is preparing to increase political pressure by getting constituents to write to individual MPs to encourage Theresa May to intervene and release vital information to demonstrate greater transparency to Parliament, the British public and the worldwide Sikh community.
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 ...
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.
In February just before the General Election Mark Francois, the Armed Forces minister said in Parliament that Lieutenant General Sir Nicholas Carter, the Chief of the General Staff was examining proposals to create a Sikh regiment and the proposal ‘may well have merit’.
London: Sikh Federation UK, a UK based Sikh activists group, has issued a document compiling ‘observations and advice to voters on elections in Punjab in ...
The Sikh Federation UK recently held "National Sikh Convention" in Wolverhampton. The diaspora body of Sikhs in England, has issued a 50 page booklet to highlight its key achievements in last 12 months.
London: Sikh Federation UK, a UK based Sikh organization, marked it’s foundation day recently. Sikh Federation UK has issued a detailed press release, which reads as ...
"Dal Khalsa and Sikh Federation UK have forged an alliance to work together to pursue the struggle for rights and freedom of Sikh people in India as well as at international level" states a written press release issued by the Dal Khalsa today.
The annual three-day "National Sikh Convention" organised by the Sikh Federation (UK) ended yesterday at Guru Nanak Gurdwara, Sedgley Street, Wolverhampton.Next Page »