Perturbed over the plight of Kashmiri people who’s rights are being suppressed and abused en masse by the India’s fascist regime led by PM Narendra Modi, the Dal Khalsa along with SAD (Amritsar) has decided to observe the World Human Rights Day on the soil of Kashmir, where the worst human rights violations have occurred during 2019.
A trial court in Kapurthala today (Dec. 5) acquitted Hardeep Singh Shera along with four other in a case registered under section 307 (attempt to murder) of the Indian Penal Code.
A demand to exhume and bring back remains of Maharajah Duleep Singh, the last ruler of the Sikh empire, from his grave in the English countryside was made in Rajya Sabha on Tuesday (Dec. 3).
Former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday (Dec. 4) said that Inder Kumar Gujral's advice to then Indian home minister Narsimha Rao would have prevented the 1984 massacres, if later had heard and acted over it.
Public Schools in New South Wales state of Australia is going to teach Punjabi language from Kindergarten To Year 10 from next session.
Replying to a question raised by Ludhiana MP Ravneet Singh Bittu about death sentence of Sikh political prisoner Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana, Home Minister of Government of India (GoI) Amit Shah has added more confusion to the issue.
Bhai Narain Singh Chaura emphasised that Sikhs need to understand the Indian state's Hindutva conspiracy. While discussing that SAD (Badal) and Congress are coming into power one after another, Bhai Narain Singh advocate for formation of third political alternative in Punjab.
The Sikh Siyasat has launched a new audiobook titled "Khalsa Raaj De Usariye" (The Creators of the Sikh Empire). The book, two parts, was penned by Sikh historian Baba Prem Singh Hoti and it is turned into an audiobook by the Sikh Siyasat. This audiobook is now available on the Sikh Siyasat App.
Khalis Foundation, creater of Sundar Gutka mobile app, has come up with a new app called 'My First Gutka'. The App is specially created for kids. "... [w]e have developed My First Gutka - the first ever Gutka app aimed at kids", reads a release from the Khalis Foundation.
In November 1984 Sikhs were subjected to genocidal massacres throughout the Indian subcontinent. Bokaro was one of the worst hit areas where Sikh families were brutally targeted with genocidal violence. Around a hundred Sikhs were killed in Bokaro in initial days of the month of November in 1984.
Elder brother of Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale Bhai Veer Singh passed away today. Bhai Veer Singh had taken Amrit from Giani Gurbachan Singh, 12th head of the Damdami Taksal.
Samvad, a discussion forum, has announced to host a lecture of Prof. Pritam Singh on Punjab economy. The lecture will be held at Gandhi Bhawan in Panjab University Chandigarh on December 1, 2019.
“Millions of Sikhs across the world have in the last few weeks marked Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s 550th Parkash, the birth anniversary of the founder and first Sikh Guru. He rejected all forms of discrimination and exploitation under any pretext and founded a new egalitarian social order. Equality for women, rejection of the caste system, respect for diversity while seeing God in all.”
The Sikh Coordination Committee for East Coast (SSCEC) has condemned the Indian consulate in USA fro comparing Guru Nanak Ji with Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.
This is video recording of speech of Bhai Mandhir Singh during a discussion on 35th anniversary of 1984 Sikh Genocide. Bhai Mandhir Singh called upon Sikhs to get out of victims' mentality and take notice of changed geo-political situation.
The Connecticut Holds the 1984 Sikh Genocide Memorial at Global Learning Lab. The memorial comprises of a plaque, a portrait of Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and a Sikh flag.
The Massachusetts State Assembly introduced a bill recognizing Nov 12th, 2019, as “World Equality Day” in remembrance of the 550th Parkash Gurpurab of Sri Guru Nanak Saheb- the first Sikh Guru and founder of the Sikh faith.
A ‘Punjabi Boli Conference’ was held at Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara Sahib (Havelock Road) in Southall last month.
A trial court here today acquitted a 24 years old case against Sikh political prisoner Bhai Jagtar Singh Hawara.
An Indian couple accused of spying on Sikh and Kashmiri communities in Germany went on trial on Thursday on charges that carry a sentence of up to 10 years in prison.Next Page »