Led by Giani Gurbachan Singh, the SGPC backed Jathedars yesterday rejected a proposal by SGPC chief Kirpal Singh Badungar to change the date of Parkash Gurpurab of Guru Gobind Singh Ji this year.
Punjab police have recently arrested five persons, including a UK Sikh citizen and all of them are arrested in FIR No. 193/16 registered at police station Baghapurana.
Two years after he was declared as acting Jathedar of Takht Kesgarh Sahib during 10 November 2015 Panthic Gathering at village Chabba, Bhai Amrik Singh Ajnala announced his resignation.
Members of Parliament return to Westminster tomorrow after a short recess and many will be hearing from British Sikhs concerned about the serious predicament of Jagtar Singh Johal a 30-year old Sikh from Dumbarton being held in jail in India.
The family of Jagtar Singh Johal, a UK Sikh citizen arrested by Punjab police on November 4 from Rama Mandi in Jalandhar has issued a written statement.
An all-day seminar claiming to honor Guru Gobind Singh at Loyola Marymount University was interrupted at the outset when a Singh raised his voice in protest as the event organizers attempted to place a turban on Indian Consul General Ambassador Venkatesan Ashok.
Observing that the credibility and authority of Sikh institutions, including SGPC, have been undermined and compromised due to the dabbling of corrupt politics of SAD (Badal), the Dal Khalsa expressed serious concern over the lingering animosity between Damdami Taksal and Ranjit Singh Dhadrianwala and unresolved Nanakshahi calendar issue.
Dal Khalsa today came down heavily on the BJP, Congress and AAP for ridiculing the aspirations of Sikhs for independence and portraying it as mere “law and order problem”. The statement by pro-freedom group has come in the backdrop of SGPC president Kirpal Singh Badungar stating that the demand for Khalistan isn’t wrong.
Chandigarh: Many social media users took to Twitter last evening to express solidarity with Jagtar Singh Johal alias Jaggi, a UK citizen arrested by Punjab police from ...
Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur talked to TV84 about recent arrests by Punjab police with which the police claimed to have solved various cases including RSS leaders Jagdish Gagneja, Ravinder Gosain and others.
Sikh Federation UK, a UK based Sikh group, has raised serious concerns about arrest and detention of a UK citizen Jagtar Singh Johal.
It is learned that Sikhs in Abbotsford city of British Columbia, Canada will hold a a blood donation drive on Saturday, Nov. 11.
Relatives of British citizen Jagtar Singh have asserted that he is falsely implicated by the Punjab police various cases including the killings of RSS activists in Punjab.
Two special screenings of a documentary titled "1984, When the Sun didn't Rise" will be held at Wall of Truth Memorial, Gurdwara Rakabganj Sahib on November 12 and 12 at 6 PM.
World Sikh Organisation of Canada has helped implement a kirpan accommodation policy at Regina’s Evraz Place after a group of Sikhs were denied entry because of their kirpans this past summer.
As per the media reports emanating from New York (USA) a local Sikh politician named Ravinder Singh Bhalla has been elected first ever Sikh mayor of
Punjab and Haryana High Court yesterday rejected a petition against death sentence announced to Sikh Political Prisoner Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana on technical grounds.
The Transport Canada has reportedly allowed Sikhs to wear small Kirpan on board on domestic and international flights. The exemption however is not applicable to fight to United States of America (USA).
Punjabi Manch Chandigarh held a demonstration on November 01, 2017 seeking implementation of Punjabi language as administrative language of Punjabi in Chandigarh.
SGPC today decided to install paintings depicting events of Sikh Genocide 1984 in Central Sikh Museum. The decision was announced after a meeting of the SGPC's executive committee in Patiala.« Previous Page — Next Page »