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Book Delhi Police Officials, Who Took Law Into Their Hands : Dal Khalsa to Pb Govt.

Blaming the Delhi police for committing human rights abuses, the Dal Khalsa strongly condemns its personal for abducting and torturing Lakha Sidhana’s cousin Gurdeep Singh, who is a law student. 

Unable to Arrest Lakha Sidhana, Police Targets His Cousin Brother Mundi Sidhana

Gurbir Singh alias Mundi Sidhana is cousin brother of Lakhbir Singh alias Lakha Sidhiana. He could barely walk now, that too with the help of two persons. He was allegedly picked up by Delhi police from Patiala and was tortured badly in illegal police custody.

U.S Congressman from Connecticut Condemns Violence of India on Farmers

US Congressman Joe Courtney has said that "excessive response" to farmers protest in India by the government of India was "worth of condemnation". While responding to concerns raised by Swaranjit Singh Khalsa, directory of Sikh Art Gallery, Joe Courteny said: "protests by many within India’s agricultural community have drawn worldwide attention after India’s Parliament enacted major legislation last November that sought to bring structural change to the country’s agricultural sector. In the time since, mass protests have ensued out of concern that the new law allows for an exploitation of farmers within the industry by larger firms, and that there was an overall lack of consensus built before the new law was enacted".

The Story of Bhai Lal Singh’s 28 Years Long Jail Life (Speech of Bhai Mandhir Singh)

Bhai Lal Singh spent 28 years of life behind the bars. He was jailed by Indian authorities for his contribution towards the Sikh struggle for freedom. He was arrested in 1992 and was sentenced to imprisonment for life in 1997. He was granted permanent release in 2020.

Clashes in Myanmar Displace Thousands, UN Humanitarian Office Reports

Clashes between the Myanmar security forces and regional armed groups, which have involved military airstrikes, have reportedly claimed the lives of at least 17 civilians in several parts of the country, the UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said on Wednesday.

Punjab Government Notifies The Punjab News Web Channel Policy 2021

Disclosing this here today a spokesperson of the Punjab Government said that it was the need of the hour to optimally utilize these platforms of the modern era to publicize and promote the policies of the Punjab Government. The spokesperson said that news channels which were being run on the social media platforms of Facebook and Youtube would be covered under this policy.

Attack on Rakesh Tikait in Rajasthan’s Alwar; Car Damaged; BJP Blamed

Farm leader Rakesh Tikait's convoy was reportedly attacked in Rajasthan's Alwar today. The attack on his convoy shattered the windows of Rakesh Tikait's car.

Sikh Federation (UK) Terms Report of Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities As Disappointing and Whitewash

Bhai Amrik Singh, the Chair of the Sikh Federation (UK) said “The Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities 264-page report published today is hugely disappointing and a whitewash.”

Prof. Kulwant Singh Grewal Passed Away Early Morning Today.

Prof. Kulwant Singh Grewal Passed Away this morning. He was Born in 1941.

Sikh Art Gallery in Norwich Showcases The Sikh Story

Every inch of wall space in a one-story building on Clinic Drive is covered in colorful portraits of famed Sikh leaders and framed recognitions; a cozy place of inclusion. The Sikh Art Gallery sits a short drive from Backus Hospital, created during the middle of the pandemic in November 2020 in the cultural soul of one of the most diverse cities in eastern Connecticut.

Tributes Paid to Navreet Singh and other Martyrs of Farmers Protest; Samagam Held at Darbar Sahib Complex

Farmers and Sikh organizations today vowed that sacrifices and loss of lives of farmers during Kissan andolan won’t be allowed to go in vain. They were speaking at a function held inside Darbar Sahib complex in memory of Navreet Singh, who died with police bullets during Tractor March in Delhi on Jan 26.

Independent UN Expert Says ‘tsunami of hate’ Targeting Minorities Must be Tackled

“The Holocaust did not start with the gas chambers, it started with hate speech against a minority”, warned Fernand de Varennes, the UN Special Rapporteur on minority issues.

India-China Disengagement & India-Pakistan Disengagement: Impact on Geo Politics & Farmers Protests

China and India have disengagement from Ladakh by withdrawing their forces. India and Pakistan have agreed to observe ceasefire at Line of Control (LoC). These two developments are bound to affect geo-political dynamics of South Asia.

Sikh Group Dal Khalsa hails Supreme Court for Re-Articulating that Dissent isn’t Sedition

Pro-freedom Sikh organization Dal Khalsa on Thursday hailed the Supreme Court for repteadly clarifying that dissent isn't sedition, hence setting the record straight.

Diaspora to demonstrate outside Indian Embassy in New Jersery on 6 March

Punjabi and Sikh diaspora will be holding a demonstration outside Indian Emabassy in New Jeresry in support of ongoing farmers protest in India. Farmers from Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and other regions of India are demonstrating on the outskirts of India’s capital city demanding rollback of new farming legislations passed by the Government of India.

UK Parliament to Debate on Farmers Protest on March 8

UK Parliament is set to debate on ongoing Farmers Protest in India. The debate will be held in House of Commons on March 8 at 4:30 pm (UK Time).

Shaheed Navreet Singh’s Grandfather Answers Queries from Media About Govt, Leadership & Protests

Navreet Singh was killed at ITO on 26 January. Evidence indicate that he was shot. Navreet Singh’s grandfather Bhai Hardeep Singh Dibdiba answered queries of journalists about Navreet Singh’s Shahadat,

Labour Activist Nodeep Kaur’s First Speech After Her Release From Jail

Nodeep Kaur of Mazdoor Adhikar Sangathan was arrested by Sonipat police on 12 January 2021 from Kundali Industrial Area (KIA).

Nodeep Kaur Released from Jail

Labour Activist Nodeep Kaur was released from Sonipat jail on Friday after she was granted bail by the Punjab and Haryana High Court earlier in the day.

India’s New Farm Laws: Who really gets the benefit?

Three new agriculture laws, back in September 2020, were passed under the governance of right-wing BJP, led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, without going through the required parliamentary procedure and without even consulting the main stakeholders – ‘Farmers’. The government is trying to forcefully enact these laws in the name of liberalization of the agriculture sector, making farmers more economically vulnerable.

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