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American-Sikh Truckers Urge US President Donald Trump To delay ELD Rule

As per the media reports a group of American-Sikh truckers has urged US President Donald Trump to delay the enforcement of a regulation which mandates

Kashmirs & Sikhs Jointly Protest In London On Indian I-Day

As per the media sources a strong joint protest by Kashmiris and Sikhs was witnessed outside the Indian High Commission in London on Tuesday that produced a

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.

India’s Mob Lynchings Provoke International Wave of Protests

From California to Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh to New York, groups impacted by a rising tide of mob lynchings of minorities in India are taking to the streets to protest.

#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.

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".

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.

The Other Side of Freedom – A Documentary by Sukhdeep Singh Barnala [EPISODE 1]

The Other Side of Freedom documentary has five episodes and first episode of the documentary was released on Rising Punjab’s YouTube channel on August 5, said Sukhdeep Singh who originally hails from Barnala in Punjab.

Chinese Media & Officials Reiterate Warnings On Possible Military Confrontation With India

As per the media reports emanating from China in which its local media outlets has claimed that the countdown to a military conflict between India and China

Sikh Referee Victim Of Online Racial Abuse Calls For Unity

Sukhbir Singh a 33 years old Sikh referee has called for unity within the football community after suffreing series of online racial abuse following a

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

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.

Canada unit of SAD (Amritsar) seeks Ouster of Indian Diplomats

Canadian unit of the Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) here on 31st July 2017 criticized the actions of Indian Consulate and its associates (Canada India Foundation also know as CIF) in strongest terms, and termed their activities as their interference in Canadian affairs.

5 Years After Oak Creek Massacre, Sikhs Vow To Combat Racism & Continue Outreach

As per the media reports emanating from the US people cutting through various sections of the society here on Sunday have called for combating racism

Reflections five years after the Oak Creek (Wisconsin, USA) Gurdwara shootings

On the morning of 5 August 2012, Sikh community members in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, gathered at their local gurdwara for their regular Sunday Diwan. As worshippers arrived, a gunman — later discovered to have white supremacist ties — opened fire.

Oak Creek’s Resilience Inspires A Nation Five Years Later

Five years ago today, a neo-Nazi gunman took the lives of six Sikh Americans and permanently injured several more at a gurdwara in Oak Creek, Wisconsin.

Singaporean Sikh Referee Subjected To Racial Abuse On Social Networking Site

As per the media reports a 33 years old ingaporean Sikh referee was allegedly subjected to racial abuse on the social media after a football match here

Jagmeet Singh Leads The Canadian Political Fundraising

As per the media reports  flamboyant Sikh leader of Canada Jagmeet Singh seeking to become the next leader of Canada’s New Democratic Party (NDP)

Sikhism Included in Tennessee (USA) Classrooms

It is learnt that last week, the Tennessee State Board of Education voted to approve new social studies standards, which for the first time ever include Sikhism.

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