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Post Govt Advisory, Tibetans Shift ‘Thank You India’ Function To Dharamshala & Scrapes Delhi Event

After the union government sent out a note on 2nd March, advising senior politicians and bureaucrats to stay away from events planned to mark 60 years in exile of the Dalai Lama,

Gurdev Singh Tanda’s Police Remand Extended for 4 more Days

He was reportedly deported by Thailand authorities and was arrested by Amritsar police on his arrival at IGI Airport on 27th February.

NIA Gets 4 Days Police Remand of Harminder Singh Mintoo in Ravinder Gosain Case

Sikh political prisoner Harminder Singh Mintoo on Monday was produced by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in a special NIA court of Miss Anshul Berry,

Next Hearing of Jagtar Singh Jaggi and others on April 3 through Video Conferencing

The National Investigating Agency (NIA) here on Monday produced 12 persons arrested so far by the agency in various cases of killings assigned to it by the Center government.

After Canadian PM Justin Trudeau’s Visit, The Sikh Forum Writes to Indian PM Narendra Modi

The Sikh Forum President Pushpinder Singh Chopra and Secretary General Partap Singh has written a letter to the Indian PM Narendra Modi after the visit of Canadian PM Justin Trudeau.

Sukhbir Badal Defy’s Justice Ranjit Singh Commission, Says ‘Won’t reply to Beadbi (sacrilege) Panel’

Whilst openly expressing its defiance and non cooperation with Justice Ranjit Singh Commission set up by the state government to probe the beadbi (sacrilege) incidents

Sensing Sensitive Times Ahead With China, Indian Govt Sends Note To Skip Dalai Lama Events

Apprehensive about its fragile relationship with People's Republic of China specially post Dokhlam stand-off and frequent border scuffles, the Union government underlining

Punjab Government Transfers 2 IAS Officers with Immediate Effect

The Punjab Government today issued transfers and posting orders of 2 IAS Officers with immediate effect.

Amritsar Police Gets Police Remand Of Sikh Political Prisoner Harminder Singh Mintto In 2013 Case

The district police on Thursday was able to secure a three days police remand of Sikh political prisoner Harminder Singh Mintoo in a case 2013 on production warrants.

Amritsar Police Likely To Seek Police Remand of Harminder Singh Minttoo in 2013 Case Today

District police belonging to police station 'Devision E' has reportedly arrested Sikh political prisoner Harminder Singh Mintoo in a 2013 case on production warrants.

No Justice Yet For Kunan Poshpora Rapes, Says Amnesty International India

On the 27th anniversary of the rapes of dozens of women in the towns of Kunan and Poshpora, Jammu and Kashmir, in 1991, allegedly by Indian army personnel,

“Role of Punjabi Academics in the Growth of Punjabi Language” [ Seminar Report ]

Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University's Department of Punjabi organized a seminar dedicated to International Mother Tongue Day on the theme of

Amarinder Singh’s Son-In-Law Among 13 Booked By CBI For Bank Loan Fraud Case

Close to the heels to Rs 11,0oo crores Panjab National Bank (PNB) bank loan fraud involving jewelry businessman Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi, comes another bank fraud involving

Ludhiana Municipal Corporation Election: Congress Wins 62 Wards, SAD (Badal)-BJP Manages 21

As per the media reports the state Congress while continuing with its wining streak in the Municipal Corporation polls (MC) on Tuesday ousted the Badal-BJP

Gurdev Singh of Tanda Arrested by Punjab Police from Thailand

It is learnt that the Punjab police has arrested one Gurdev Singh s/o Paramjit Singh, resident of Village Jhajjan, Police Station (PS) Tanda, District Hoshiarpur from Thailand.

United Nations To Receive Update About World Sikh Parliament

The United Nations Human Rights Council on Monday began its 37th session in Geneva, Switzerland. Sikh representatives from a number of countries linked to the World Sikh Parliament (WSP)

Amnesty International Releases Its Annual Report On ‘State Of World Human Rights’

New Delhi: Amnesty International today released its annual report on the State of the World’s Human Rights at Press Club of India, New Delhi. The Annual Report covers ...

Dalit Protester s’ Voices Must Not Be Suppressed, Says Amnesty International India

State governments must ensure that Dalit protestors are not denied their rights to peaceful assembly and freedom of expression, Amnesty International India said today.

Punjab Stands In Sharp Contrast To India’s Lacklustre Approach Towards Visiting Canadian Premier, Says Dal Khalsa

The pro-freedom Sikh group Dal Khalsa said that Punjab has stood in sharp contrast to New Delhi’s lacklustre approach towards visiting Canadian premier Justin Trudeau.

Ishrat Jahan Fake Encounter Case: Former Gujarat Police Chief PP Panday Discharged By Court

Former Gujarat police chief and one of the accuse in the Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case has been discharged and shall not be convicted in the case that date back to year 2004.

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