Responding to the call given by 40 farmers organizations asking the people to celebrate new year with the protesting farmers, the Dal Khalsa urged the masses to join farmers sitting at Singhu, Tikri and other borders of Delhi on 31st Dec to mark the beginning of 2021 and pray for the success of farmers cause.
With the lobbying efforts of Sikh Coordination Committee East Coast (SCCEC), American Gurdwara Parbhandak Committee (AGPC) and American Sikh Caucus Committee (ASCC), seven very influential US Members of Congress wrote a strong letter on December 23 to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo expressing serious concerns on the ongoing farmer’s civil unrest in India.
Taking a dig at present incumbent of the Akal Takhat for belittling his august post, the Dal Khalsa said it was painful to note at a function held to mark 100 years of the SGPC that the political authority of the Sikhs was holding the religious authority to ransom.
The Dal Khalsa has decided to organize a rally and march in Amritsar on Punjab Day to highlight how New Delhi through black laws is treating Punjab as its colony, encroaching on state's rights, ruining youth’s lives, looting states river waters in violation of riparian principles beside farmers distress.
As per media reports, two armed men shot dead Balwinder Singh Bhikhiwind on Friday. Balwinder, 62, who had Leftist leanings, was instrumental to Indian state against Sikh militants during 1980s-90s. He had taken arms from the Indian state and had even erected bunkers on the roof of his house.
In this video S. Malkeet Singh advocates that Right to Price Determination, Right to Natural Resources and Freedom of Commerce & International Trade should be demands of farmers' struggle.
On September 9, 2020 Canada based Macdonald-Laurier Institute released a paper titled "Khalistan: A Project of Pakistan" by Terry Milewski. BC Gurdwaras Council and Ontario Gurdwaras Committee has issued a statement in response to this paper, terming it as part of Indian state's propaganda against the Sikh Sangarsh.
The Delhi police personnel were complicit and an active participant in the violence that took place in Delhi in February 2020, yet in the last six months not a single investigation has been opened into the human rights violations committed by the Delhi police - before, during and after the violence, said Amnesty International India on Friday (August 28) as it released a new investigative briefing.
Foreign Ministers of China and India had a telephonic conversation on Wednesday (June 17) in wake of Monday (June 15)’s incident in which 20 Indian soldiers, including a commanding officer, were killed. Media reports say that there were casualties on Chinese side also but China did not release any information in this regard.
Government of India (GoI)'s Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) issued new guidelines to fight COVID-19 and for phased re-opening of areas outside the Containment Zones, yesterday (May 30).
In a press release issued today, the Punjab government said that it has collected more than Rs. 1 Crore as fines from people who were not wearing masks that have been made mandatory by the government in wake of COVID-19.
Four of the five cops, booked by the Sangrur and Barnala police involving use of arms, including an AK-47 rifle, by singer Sidhu Moosewala have now applied for anticipatory bail before a Sangrur court. Meanwhile Sidhu Moosewala still remains on the run.
Sidhu Moosewala was booked in two cases for firing at a police at two different places earlier this month. He was accompanied by Punjab police officials who had unauthorisedly arranged shooting practise for him.
A court here today granted anticiparty bail to former Punjab police chief Sumedh Saini. Sumedh Saini is facing FIR no. 77/2020, PS Mataur, registered on 6 May 2020 registered in relation to enforced disappearance of a Sikh youth named Balwant Singh Multani.
Delhi Durbar acquired sweeping powers by enforcing Disaster Management Act (DMA) and British Time Epidemic Diseases Act (1897).
Controversy surrounding Satnam Singh Kaler’s move to appear in court for defending Sumedh Saini refuses to die down even after he announced his withdrawal from the case.
After facing severe criticism from Sikh circles, Advo. Satnam Singh Kaler, who is also chairman of Sikh Gurdwara Judicial Commission, announced to withdraw from defending Ex-DGP Sumedh Saini.
A court of additional sessions judge here today heard the anticipatory bail plea of former Punjab police chief Sumedh Saini and fixed May 11 for next date of hearing in this matter.
It is learnt that the Punjab Police have registered a criminal case against former DGP Sumedh Saini in connection with the disappearance of Balwant Singh Multani in 1991.
District Deputy Commissioners office invited strong condemnation after it issued an order saying that announcements of home delivery of liquor from loudspeakers of 'religious places'. As religious places includes Sikh Gurdwara Sahibs, the order was strongly criticised by Sikh netizens.« Previous Page — Next Page »