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Centre says No Action Required Against Anyone in Rohith Vemula case

The Central government is of the view that no action is required against anyone in the Rohith Vemula suicide case, as the Justice AK Roopanwal Commission report on the incident has concluded that no one was responsible for the death of the University of Hyderabad (UoH)research scholar.

Sikh Sangat marks 25th Martyrdom Day of Shaheed Sukhdev Singh Babbar

Sikh Sangat marked 25th martyrdom day of Shaheed Sukhdev Singh Babbar on Sunday (August 13). Bhai Sukhdev Singh Babbar had led Babbar Khalsa International during the armed phased of Sikh struggle for freedom.

India, China Troops Engage in Stone Pelting, Fisticuffs in Eastern Ladakh

Amidst the ongoing standoff between Indian and Chinese troops in Doklam,  soldiers of the two sides clashed on Tuesday, with both pelting stones and hitting each other. Media reports note that men on both sides sustained injuries.

Nuclear Neighbours: The India-Pakistan Arms Race

AlJazeera has published a graphical article explaining the arms race between these two 'neighbours'. The graphics are being reproduced as follows for the information of readers of the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN).

ASC condemns the horrific hate crimes in Charlottesville (USA)

American Sikh Council (ASC) has expressed alarm and shock at the ultra-right wing ‘white supremacists’ who took out a march to perpetuate their insidious hate and bigotry against all minorities, people of color, ethnicities, etc on Saturday August 12, 2017 in downtown Charlottesville, VA.

Giani Mal Singh Passed Away; Antim Sanskar on Aug. 16

Giani Mal Singh, the SGPC appointed Jathedar of Takht Kesgarh Sahib, passed away at Sri Guru Harkrishan Sahib Sohana Eye and Super Speciality Charitable Hospital, in Mohali on Tuesday afternoon.

Dr. Sewak Singh’s Speech Remembering Bhai Surinderpal Singh, an Unsung Hero of Sikh Struggle

Dr. Sewak Singh's speech Remembering Bhai Surinderpal Singh. Bhai Surinderpal Singh made untiring contribution towards the Sikh struggle for freedom during tough times after phase of the armed movement.

After Charlottesville United Sikhs concerned about Sikh Gurdwaras in USA

Over the weekend, right-wing and "pro-white" protesters, including members of neo-Nazi organizations and the Ku Klux Klan, arrived in in Charlottesville, Virginia causing Virginia State officials to declare a state of emergency.

#RememberOakCreek Campaign Reaches 13 Million in USA: Sikh Coalition

The Sikh Coalition successfully completed a communications campaign to #RememberOakCreek that reached a potential 13 million across the USA.

A Giant Inflatable Trump Chicken Appears Near US White House

A large inflatable chicken meant to resemble President Trump was placed near the White House on Wednesday, notes report in the International Media.

Gujarat Files Author Rana Ayyub to be Honoured in Surrey (Canada)

Investigative journalist and courageous author Rana Ayyub – who exposed the involvement of the Indian officials in the systematic killings of Muslims will be honoured by Radical Desi in Surrey, Canada this Saturday.

Documentary unearthing ‘Denial of Justice’ to the Sikhs by Indian State to be screen at Manitoba University (Winnipeg) on Aug. 12

A special screening of "OUTJUSTICED 2" documentary by Sikh Siyasat will be held at Manitoba University in Winnipeg city of Canada. OUTJUSTICED 2 is second documentary by Sikh Siyasat under documentary series called "OutJusticed - The Untold Stories".

Countdown to Indo-China Military Clash Has Begun: says Beijing daily

The countdown to a military conflict between India and China has begun and New Delhi should come to senses and withdraw troops from Doklam before it’s too late, a Chinese daily said on Wednesday.

US Sikhs Stand with Muslims in Solidarity Against Domestic Terror, says United Sikhs

The United Sikhs, a US based civil rights group, has expressed solidarity with the Muslims saying that as worshippers prepare to rebuild the heavily damaged Dar Al-Farooq Islamic Center in Minneapolis.

Chandigarh ‘Stalking’ Case: Punjab CM demands free hand for Chandigarh police

CM Amarinder Singh demanded that the Chandigarh police be given a free hand to probe the Varnika Kundu stalking case, with no attempt to pressurise them in any way.

Khushwant Singh was part of Indian state’s team deputed to deal with Sikhs after June 1984 attack, affirms CM Amarinder Singh

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday said that deceased author Khushwant Singh had played 'defusing tensions' in Punjab after Indian Army's attack on Darbar Sahib and other Sikh Gurdwaras in Punjab and adjoining states in June 1984.

Sikh in 23 US Cities Honor Oak Creek Shooting Victims Through Seva

Inspired by the Oak Creek Sikh Sangat’s Chardhi Kala 6K Memorial Walk/Run, the Sikh Coalition organized the fifth annual "National Day of Seva" in honor of those who lost their lives and loved ones at the Oak Creek Gurdwara on August 5, 2012.

Watch Six Popular Punjabi Short Movies by Panj Teer Records

Panj Teer Records has released a combined video track comprising six popular Punjabi short movies titled: PK with Singh, Berozgar, Valentins Day, Why Udta Punjab, Apna Punjab? and I'm Sardaar Ji.

Sikh Youth Federation Bhindranwale (SYFB) Marks Foundation Day

Members of the Sikh Youth Federation Bhindranwale (SYFB) today marked 11th foundation day of the organization.

Dal Khalsa to Continue the Sikh Struggle for Independence [Special Article on 40th Foundation Day by Kanwarpal Singh]

Dal Khalsa embarks on 40th year of struggle and pledges to carry on peaceful struggle for complete independence of Punjab: Article by Kanwar Pal Singh.

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