For past three decades the 1984 Sikh genocide was labeled as "riots" by the Indian state, more specifically the government, judiciary and the media propagated that the 1984 killings of Sikhs were "riots".
Today's newspapers in the Indian subcontinent prominent published a fake news that the 1984 Sikh genocide resolution passed by the Pennsylvania General Assembly in United States of America is withdrawn. The fake is also published in various online media platforms.
Baldev Singh alias Deba was the only son of Buta Singh s/o Udham Singh. He was a soldier in the Indian Army and was posted at Srinagar. He was killed in Punjab police in fake encounter.
Punjab police chief DGP Suresh Arora recently urged India’s Ministry of Home Affairs to take ‘sympathetic view’ in favor of Punjab cops who are facing trails on murder and other counts. These cases were registered by the CBI after holding thorough investigation on the directives of SCI.
Recently there were reports in media that the Punjab police chief DGP Suresh Arora approached the Central government urging it to adopt ‘sympathetic’ view towards Punjab police personnel who are facing trails for grave human rights abuses committed by them during the days of Sikh struggle in Punjab (1980s-90s).
The question here is that when Badals and Amarinder Singh have arrived on same pitch on Beadbi issues, who is behind it ‘from across the border’ or ‘from within the borders’?
The Punjab Government led by Capt. Amarinder Singh seems undecided on how to proceed after submission of first part of Justice Ranjit Singh Commission's report. Justice (Retd.) Ranjit Singh handed over first portion of his final report to Punjab CM Capt. Amarinder Singh on June 30.
In November 1984, Sikhs were subjected to genocidal violence throughout India. The genocide was planned, co-ordinated, organised and carried out by high ups in government, administration and political layers.
According to a press release issued by Punjab CMO, state chief minister Capt. Amarinder Singh yesterday rejected Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar’s suggestion to setup a joint planning board for Tricity i.e. Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula.
When Indian media platforms hold discussion on the issue of ‘Sikh independence’ or ‘Khalistan’, they include different participants from various political parties that are opposed to each other.
Sikh Siyasat’s host Baljeet Singh conducted a discussion with prominent sikh thinker Sr. Ajmer Singh from Chandigarh and Sr. Harkanwal Singh from Surrey, Canada, regarding the principled legitimacy of the controversial movie ‘Nanak Shah Fakir’ in the light of Sikh philosophy.
Sikh Council UK announced in an update that Merlin Entertainments Group has adopted a policy agreeing to Sikhs wearing Kirpans at its venues in the United Kingdom.
Indian media had raised a huge cry showing photograph of Jaspal Atwal with Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau’s wife Sophie and Infrastructure Minister Amarjit Sohi.
The National Investigating Agency (NIA) of India here on Monday (March 5, 2018) produced 12 persons arrested so far by the agency in various cases of killings assigned to it by the Central government.
Bhai Vir Singh (5 December, 1872 - 10 June, 1957) was a poet, scholar and theologian who was a major figure in the movement for the revival and renewal of Punjabi literary tradition.
The Special NIA Court of Mohali's Additional Sessions Judge I (Mohali) today dismissed National Investigation Agency (NIA)'s plea seeking jail transfer of arrested Scottish citizen Jagtar Singh Jaggi, Taljit Singh @ Jimmy Singh, Ramandeep Singh Bagga and Hardeep Singh Shera to Tihar jail.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) of India wants to shift arrested Scottish Citizen Jagtar Singh Jaggi and others persons out of Punjab.
The Sikh Research Institute (SikhRI) has released its second report in the State of the Panth series, inquiring into the community issues related to the ceremony of Anand Karaj.
An analysis of media reports shows that NIA's Desperation For Witnesses in Durga Gupta killing case led Rampal to Suicide in Khanna.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) of India today sent back arrested Scottish citizen Jagtar Singh Johal alias to Maximum Security Jail in Nabha.Next Page »