Three German-born teens were on Tuesday (March 21) sentenced to up to seven years in juvenile detention for carrying out a “religiously motivated” bomb attack on a Sikh Gurdwara Sahib in Essen.
City Sikhs Network (CSN) today released fifth annual report called British Sikh Report (BRS) 2017.
Sikh Council UK today published a briefing on the Judgment handed down by the European Court of Justice regarding the legality of employers prohibiting of visible manifestations of religious belief in the workplace.
Luxembourg based European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling that employers with justifiable rules on ‘dress neutrality’ can ban workers from wearing any political, philosophical or religious symbols at work is deeply disturbing, said Sikh Federation UK in a statement.
The German authorities have reportedly charging German citizen with espionage for passing confidential information to an Indian intelligence agency. The accused was arrested in February this year.
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.
Sikh Federation (UK) said in a written press release that its' representatives visited the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium in the last few days and met with Sikh representatives and the Sangat from across Europe, including France.
Sikh Federation UK said in a written release that it looked increasingly likely that the UK would face a snap General Election that will focus the minds of politicians on the task of the UK leaving the EU.
The two teenagers accused of carrying out a bomb attack on a Gurudwara Sahibs in the German city of Essen wanted to cause maximum casualties by detonating the explosives inside but were unable to break into the Sikh temple, investigators have said.
As per media reports, two teenagers accused of carrying out a bombing on Nanaksar Gurdwara Sahib in Essen city of Germany are ISIS sympathisers.
Investigators in Essen Sikh Gurdwara blast case suspect that two teenagers arrested in this case may not have acted alone.
Dal Khalsa has urged German government through its New Delhi based Ambassador to crack the case of explosion at Gurdwara in Essen city and bring the culprit to book as early as possible.
The American Sikh Council (ASC) is very concerned about possible misplaced retribution by the ignorant extreme right wing fringe element not only in Germany but around Europe and North America.
Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal today while condemning the bomb attack on a Gurudwara in Essen in Germany in which three persons were injured besides damage done to the religious shrine, urged India's External Affairs minister to take up the issue of safety of Sikhs and their religious places with the German government.
German police have revealed that three people have been injured in what was apparently deliberate explosion at a Sikh Gurdwara Sahib in the Germany's western city of Essen. The attack happened when a Samagam was being held at the Gurdwara Sahib.
German police have revealed that three people have been injured in what was apparently deliberate explosion at a Sikh Gurdwara Sahib in the Germany's western city of Essen.
In an attempt to make their voices heard internationally, the Sikh and Kashmiri Diaspora approached the European Council urging it to engage the Indian leadership and question their role, attitude and covert methodologies with which they crush aspirations of ethnic minorities and nationalities in the country.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected in Brussels in two days time for the European Union-India Summit to discuss bi-lateral trade despite the terrorist attacks of 22 March 2016.
Applauding decision of the Portuguese Minister of Justice to deny India's extradition request and releasing Sikh nationalist Paramjeet Singh, global Sikh community observed "Thank You Portugal Day" on March 07 and submitted "Letter of Appreciation" to Portugal authorities.
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