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UK Sikh Body Wants International community to take notice of extreme Hindu Nationalism in India

Sikh Federation UK, a UK Based Sikh diaspora group, has issued a written statement regarding rise of Hindu Nationalism in the Indian Sub-continent.

Satinder Sartaj Starrer The Black Prince movie to be Screened in Manchester Film Festival on March 3

Much awaited Hollywood movie The Black Price, starring Punjabi folk singer Satinder Sartaaj, is set to be premiered in UK at Manchester Film Festival on March 03.

Sikh man allowed to wear Kirpan to workplace in England

A Sikh man, working at an international telecom firm in the UK, has been given permission to wear kirpan to the workplace after initially being refused.

Sikh Council UK updates on Incident of alleged Beadbi in Woolwich

Sikh Council UK was informed of an incident yesterday morning of attempted desecration of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji at Gurdwara Sahib, Woolwich.

Leicester Sikh Footballer Gets Team’s Backing after Referee Barred Him on Ground Because of ‘Patka’

As per reports in local media, a Sikh footballer from Leicester in England was not allowed by a referee to play with Patka, which he wears in lieu of Dastar while on ground.

Zora Singh Commission Report Disclosure: Sikh Council UK Calls for Action

Sikh Council UK today called for comprehensive and urgent action by the next Punjab Government following the leak of the findings of the Justice Zora Singh Commission.

Sikh Diaspora Groups Held Protests Against India on 26 January; Reiterate Demand for Self Determination

Every year 26 January is observed as Republic Day by India as it was on this day the Indian state adopted its constitution and presumably declared itself

Dal Khalsa Slams Indian Authorities for Planting Fictitious Story about Sikh Federation UK Leader

Dal Khalsa here today, slammed the Indian authorities for planting fictitious story in the media about Dabinderjit Singh Sidhu,

KTV – Another Sikh TV Channel launched in UK

Another Sikh television channel called Khalsa TV or KTV was launched in Birmingham, England on Sunday (January 22).

Hold Independent Probe into UK’s Role in June 1984 Attack on Sikhs: Labour Leader to UK PM Theresa May

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.

Celebrating achievements by Sikh women – #350sikhwomen: Sikh Network

Sikhs across the globe last week celebrated the 350th Parkash Utsav of the Tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

UK PM Theresa May’s message on Parkash Gurpurab of Guru Gobind Singh Ji

Prime Minister of Britain, Theresa my has issued a message congratulating Sikhs on the eve of Parkash Gurpurab of Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

UK Sikh Body Demands Strict Action in Distortion of Ardas Issue

Sikh council a UK based Sikh body has vehmently critized the the offensive distortion of the Sikh Ardas at a function in Bathinda’s Rampura Phul constituency

Attack On Darbar Sahib: UK Sikh Group Seeks Release Of Secret Files

Sikh activists in UK has urged the British government to release the secret files said to hold details of its involvement in an attack conducted by the Indian Army

UK Sikhs Hold Positive Cross-Government Meeting to Discuss UK Sikh Survey

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.

‘Outjusticed 2’ Documentary Applauded by London University students

The first University screening of documentary ‘Outjusticed 2’ took place late last week at Kings College London in the UK, leaving audience members speechless.

University Students to Hold Screening of “OutJusticed 2” Documentary At Kings College London Today

Overseas premier of the documentary titled "OUTJUSTICED 2" - depicting the struggle of victims of state oppression will be held today (Thursday, Dec. 08) atKings College, London (Waterloo Campus) at 6 pm.

Sikhs Waiting For Apology From BBC For Serious Gaff in Casey Review Video: Sikh Federation UK

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.

UK Government ignoring hate crime directed at Sikhs, says Sikh Federation UK

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.

UK Sikh Survey suggests political parties & politicians are failing British Sikhs: Sikh Federation UK

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.

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