Thousands of Sikhs from across the England gathered in London to participate in Ghallughara 1984 (Sikh Genocide) Remembrance March and Freedom Rally in London on Sunday (June 3).
Sikhs in Milpitas (California) will be remembering Ghallughara June 1984 by holding a seminar on topic "1984: Sikh Genocide, Darbar Sahib and Human Rights in South East Asia" on Sunday (June 3).
World Sikh Organization of Canada welcomes the decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in the landmark case of Highwood Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses v. Randy Wall (‘Wall’).
On Monday May 21st, Joseph Caleca pleaded guilty to leaving the scene after causing injury in the 2014 hate crime involving Sandeep Singh. On May 29 Joseph Caleca, who has been in prison for the past 17 months, was sentenced to one year already served and was released from prison based on custodial credits while awaiting trial.
Sikhs from across the Canada will gather on Parliament Hill this Saturday to mark a special Remembrance Day in the memory of those who laid their lives defending the Darbar Sahib during June 1984 attack by Indian Army and also those innocent Sikh pilgrims who were killed in cold blood by Indian forces.
In response to the killing of Pakistani Sikh leader and human rights activist Charanjeet Singh, a US based NGO named United Sikhs has urged the United States and Pakistan government to provide necessary security measures for the local Sikh community.
Indian agency NIA on 28 May, 2018 filed charge-sheet against 15 persons in case no. RC-26/2017/NIA/DLI in the Special NIA Court, Mohali, Punjab.
World Sikh Organization of Canada, in partnership with the Peel District School Board, yesterday (May 28) launched the Sikh Faith E-Module.
In March 1991, Ranjit Singh (now 82) left for France in search for better prospects. Twenty-seven years on, he is back in Indian subcontinent, having lost subsistence allowance for refusing to forego his identity as a turbaned Sikh.
Jaspreet Singh of Monroe, Ohio died of injuries he sustained when he was shot at by 20-year-old Broderick Malik Jones Roberts on the night of May 12, a report in the Journal News said.
While the healing continues, we owe it to all the victims who were turned away a commitment that this kind of tragedy will never be allowed to happen again - Jagmeet Singh NDP on Komagatamaru Tragedy.
Gobind Singh Deo, a Sikh politician in Malaysia, has become a cabinet minister, the first member of the minority community in the country's history to be appointed as a minister.
International humanitarian aid organisation Khalsa Aid CEO Ravi Singh has turned down a nomination offer for an Indian Award.
On May 20, Indian immigrant communities from throughout California gathered to protest a “Cow Culture” conference at the India Community Center in Milpitas, CA which featured Indian Member of Parliament Subramanian Swamy.
The Sikh Education Council is co-launching the Guru Nanak Social Mobility Scholarship with barrister Mukhtiar Singh in the UK.
More than three decades have passed since thousands of Sikhs were brutally killed throughout Indian sub-continent in November 1984 genocidal violence against the Sikhs. The impunity granted to the culprits of this state-sponsored genocide is an established fact now.
Gursoach Kaur has become the first female turbaned Sikh auxiliary police officer (APO) in the New York Police Department (NYPD).
Gathering in Toronto on May 12 for the local release of Captivating the Simple-Hearted: A Struggle for Human Dignity in the Indian Subcontinent, a diverse set of speakers praised the work as phenomenal, unique, and contemporary.
Sikh Council UK will be convening an urgent meeting of the Board of Jathedars in connection with the incident at Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara Southall.
United Sikhs has announced the launch of its 2018 Global Civil Rights Survey, a tool which will help the organization better advocate for civil and human rights on behalf of the Sikh community.« Previous Page — Next Page »