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Sikh Federation (UK) Terms Report of Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities As Disappointing and Whitewash

Bhai Amrik Singh, the Chair of the Sikh Federation (UK) said “The Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities 264-page report published today is hugely disappointing and a whitewash.”

Sikh Art Gallery in Norwich Showcases The Sikh Story

Every inch of wall space in a one-story building on Clinic Drive is covered in colorful portraits of famed Sikh leaders and framed recognitions; a cozy place of inclusion. The Sikh Art Gallery sits a short drive from Backus Hospital, created during the middle of the pandemic in November 2020 in the cultural soul of one of the most diverse cities in eastern Connecticut.

Tributes Paid to Navreet Singh and other Martyrs of Farmers Protest; Samagam Held at Darbar Sahib Complex

Farmers and Sikh organizations today vowed that sacrifices and loss of lives of farmers during Kissan andolan won’t be allowed to go in vain. They were speaking at a function held inside Darbar Sahib complex in memory of Navreet Singh, who died with police bullets during Tractor March in Delhi on Jan 26.

Sikh Group Dal Khalsa hails Supreme Court for Re-Articulating that Dissent isn’t Sedition

Pro-freedom Sikh organization Dal Khalsa on Thursday hailed the Supreme Court for repteadly clarifying that dissent isn't sedition, hence setting the record straight.

India Denies Permission to Sikh Jatha to visit Nankana Sahib on 100th Anniversary of Saka Nankana Sahib

The Government of India has denied permission to a Sikh jatha to Pakistan for Yatra of Gurdwara Nankana Sahib to mark 100th anniversary of Saka Nankana Sahib. Nankana Sahib is Parkash Asthan of Guru Nanak Ji, first Guru of Sikhs.

Deep Sidhu Arrested by Delhi Police

Actor-Lawyer Deep Sidhu, who has been a distinct voice for farmers struggle against new farm laws, is reportedly arrested by Special Cell of Delhi police.

Exposed: India’s Disinformation War Against Canada’s Sikhs: New Report by WSO

The World Sikh Organization of Canada has released a report shedding light on Indian disinformation campaigns targeting Sikhs in Canada.

India: 8 Journalists Covering Farmer Protests Charged; Drop Cases, Protect Media Freedom: Human Rights Watch

Eight journalists who covered the farmer protests in India and violence in Delhi on January 26, 2021 are facing baseless criminal charges, Human Rights Watch said in a statement on February 2. The Indian authorities should drop the charges, which include sedition, promoting communal disharmony, and making statements prejudicial to national integration.

NIA Issues Bulk Notices to Activists Connected with Farmers Protest To Join Investigation As “Witness” in UAPA Case

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) of India has issued notices to various activists and relatives of some others in relation to a case registered under Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA).

Farmer’s Struggle Special Edition of Sikh Shahadat Book Series Released

On 9 January 2021, Bhai Daljit Singh released the first issue of Sikh Shahadat’s book series. This book is a special issue on Farmers struggle. The book was released at Ludhiana in presence of Sikh Shahadat editor Prof. Kanwaljit Singh, Sikh lawyer advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur and others.

Dominic Raab Under Pressure to Raise Farmers Protests and Jagtar Singh Johal Case During India Visit

Over 100 Conservative MPs, including Ministers have been contacted since Boris's gaffe in PMQs last week on the mistreatment of peaceful farmers protesting in India.

Recalling “The Art of War” in the Farmers Struggle [Op-Ed]

First thing first, a term is to be decided to be given to what farmers in India (especially from Panjab) are doing these days in Delhi, the capital region of India. 'War' or 'Fight' suits the best but we'll continue with 'Struggle' as we still think ‘them’ (Delhi rulers) to be ours and 'war' will be too harsh for it. They are using age expired tear gas apparatus and water cannons in this chilling time on their own people representing themselves for their legitimate rights peacefully. Even when they are preparing stadiums and open grounds into prisons so it is more or less a war like situation.

Dal Khalsa Dedicates 72nd Anniversary of Human Rights Day to Farmers and Political Prisoners

Dal Khalsa has dedicated this year’s World Human Rights Day (WHRD) to the rights of farmers and political prisoners from Kashmir to Punjab to central India.

Exclusive Interview with Bhai Mandhir Singh About Farmers Struggle

Farmers' struggle against new farm laws enacted by the Indian parliament has entered a crucial phase. Sikh Siyasat talked to Bhai Mandhir Singh about various vital issues related to the farmers' struggle. This is full video recording of the talk.

21 Sikh Youth Orgs Write Open Letter to Sikh Sangat on Farmers’ Struggle

Twenty-one different naujawan jathebandies (youth led Sikh organisations), from Australia to Kashmir and beyond, have signed an open letter addressing Sikh sangat.

Sikh Diaspora Call for UN Intervention To Prevent Use of Violence Against Farmers Peacefully Protesting Controversial Farm-Laws in India

Sikh diaspora sections have written to Clément Nyaletsossi Voule, the Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association. In a written release sent to the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN), the Sikh Federation UK national press secretary Harnek Singh said that their organization has called upon UN to intervene to prevent use of violence by Indian government against the farmers who are peacefully protesting against controversial new farm-laws in India.

Need & Possibilities of Punjab Centric Agrarian Model & Role of Social Structure: Bhai Mandhir Singh

Under "Waris Punjab De" campaign by Shambhu Morcha, a discussion was organised at Teachers Home, Bathinda on 19 November 2020. The top of this discussion was "Punjab Centric Agrarian Model".

Saka Panja Sahib, The Sikh History and We the Sikhs

This is video recording of speech of Bhai Mandhir Singh about Saka Panja Sahib and its interpretation in present times.

International Political Pressure To Be Exerted Seeking Release of Jagtar Singh Johal

There was an excellent turnout of MPs for the virtual lobby for Jagtar Singh Johal yesterday marking his third year in detention in India.

State of New Jersey Resolution Recognizes Cultural, Religious, and Interfaith Importance of Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji as “Living Guru”

The State of New Jersey through "New Jersey Senate Concurrent Resolution 118" of 2020-21 has recognized cultural, religious, and interfaith importance of Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji as "Living Guru" of Sikhs in promoting peace. This resolution also declares "Sikhs as distinct ethnic and religious minority".

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