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Sikhs Among ‘Top Targets’ For Hate Crimes Across US

While the Sikhs were observing the 5th anniversary of Oak Creek Gurdwara shooting incident here on Saturday, the leaders of the community here on Sunday

Baldev Singh Sadaknama Caught In Crosshairs On The Same Page As Gagg

After an SGPC official lodged a complaint against Punjabi poet Surjit Singh Gagg for hurting religious sentiments with his poem, Maite Nanak

SGPC Executive Meeting Postponed To August 18th

The Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) here on Sunday postponed its executive committee meeting -- scheduled to be held here on August 8

Sikh Youth Federation Bhindranwale (SYFB) Marks Foundation Day

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

SGPC Woke Up To Compensation Promise Made To Pilibhit Torture Victims Two Decades Ago

Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) finally woke up to its two decade old promise made to compensate the Sikh victims tortured

Dalit Women Lynched By Agra Villagers On the Pretext Of Braid Chopping

After cow smuggling it seems that Braid chopping is being used as an excuse to terrorize and inflict abuse on Dalits and minorities in India.

Punjab Schedule Caste Commission Summons DC & SSP Sangrur

The Punjab State Scheduled Castes Commission has summoned the Deputy Commissioner, Sangrur and SSP Sangrur  on 08th August, 2017

Around 400 Languages Of Indian Sub-Continent May Die Out In 50 Years, Says Linguistic Survey

According to the latest survey conducted by People's Linguistic Survey of India (PSLI) more than half of the languages spoken by habitats of the Indian sub-continent may die

Sikh Family Assaulted In Bengaluru, Punjab CM Call His Karnataka Counterpart Urges Him To Take Action

Following the assault on a Retd Sikh Army officer's family in Bangaluru, Karnataka, the Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh on Wednesday called up Karnataka

1984 Sikh Genocide: CBI To Conduct Polygraph Test On Eye Witness Abhishek Verma, Accuse Jagdish Tytler Relived

As per the media reports the Delhi High court here on Wednesday directed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to conduct polygraph test of witness

Delhi High Court’s Reopening Of Sikh Genocide Case Upsets SCI, Says Rightly Or Wrongly Accuse Is Acquitted

As per the media reports the relative attempt of reopening of 1984 Sikh Genocide case by the Delhi high court here on Wednesday hasn't gone down well with

Jammu Bar Council Expels Sikh Leader Close To Sayed Ali Shah Geelani

As per the media reports the Jammu High Court Bar Association Jammu today expelled lawyer Davinder Singh Behl from primary membership of the association

Ban On Sikh Kakkars: India Based DSGMC To Seek UN Intervention

Amid growing inconvenience and rise in the number cases in which Sikhs has been detained for wearing their Kakkars (articles of faith) a Sikh organisation

Killing of Ludhiana Pastor Linked to Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS): alleges Organization for Minorities of India

The Organization of Minorities of India (OFMI), a US based group, has alleged that the killing of a Christian pastor in Ludhiana was linked to Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).

Dal Khalsa To Protest On 14th Aug Against Misuse Of Colonial Era Sedition Law

In continuation of their resolve to fight against injustices and enslavement, the pro-freedom Sikh group Dal Khalsa has decided to organize

Pro-Freedom Militant Leader Abu Dujana Killed By Indian Security Forces, Apprehensive Govt Servers Internet Services In Kashmir

As per the media reports a joint operation carried out by J&K Police and Indian army has lead to the killing of militant leader Abu Dujana,

Restricting Travel Of Taslima Nasreen Unjustified Says Amnesty International India

Stopping Taslima Nasreen from visiting Aurangabad simply because a political party didn’t want her there marks a worrying capitulation by Maharashtra authorities

Haryana Plan Hostel Facility For Cows, Will Enhance Cow Protection Says State’s Gau Sewa Aayog

Haryana Gau Sewa Aayog has here on Sunday sent a proposal to set up 'cow hostels across the state to Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar.

Ropar MLA Booked For Molestation Bid, AAP Alleges It As Political Vendetta

As per the media reports Aam Adami Party (AAP) MLA from Ropar  Amarjit Singh Sandoa was here on Saturday booked for allegedly molesting and attacking

Punjabi Cultural Council honours MP Tanmanjit Singh Dhesi with ‘Punjab Gaurav Award’

Punjabi Cultural Council in its annual function honoured first turbaned Sikh Britain parliament member Tanmanjit Singh Dhesi with 'Punjab Gaurav Award'.

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