Khalsa Panth and Gur-Sangat marked the memory of Shaheed Bhai Sukhdev Singh Sukha and Shaheed Bhai Harjinder Singh Jinda on 9 October 2023.
According to a press statement released by the Sikh Federation UK, “hundreds of Gurdwaras and Sikh organisations based in over 40 countries have come together to publicly call on Heads of State and the UN Security Council to prioritise the preservation of human life and deliver an immediate humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza”.
Vichar Sabha Lakhi Jangal Khalsa held a Gurmat Samagam at Raipur in Mansa. Speaking during this samagam 26/8/2023 Dr Sewak Singh shared his views about Punjabi Language and Migration. This is video recording of speech of Dr Sewak Singh.
The Indian Foreign Minister, Dr S Jaishankar has today concluded his 5-day trip to the UK. He met Rishi Sunak, James Cleverley, David Cameron, Grant Shapps and Lord Ahmad. This morning he met Tim Barrow, Rishi Sunak’s National Security Adviser and the Shadow Foreign Secretary, David Lammy.
Firing a fresh salvo, Canadian PM on Sunday has firmly reiterated his accusation against India for its involvement in the killings of Canadian Sikh activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar on Canadian soil, putting the Indian government led by PM Narendra Modi once again in the dock.
The activists of Sikh Youth of Punjab, held prayers for the well-being, high spirits and freedom of Bandi Singhs at Sachkhand Darbar Sahib on the eve of Bandi Chhor Divas.
During the last thirty days, more than ten thousand unarmed Palestinians have been killed by Israeli forces, and most of them are innocent children. Israel's bombardment of hospitals, refugee camps and shelter homes has scattered dead bodies everywhere, and all this destruction has left the world helpless. The world is watching helplessly.
The World Sikh Organization of Canada (WSO) held its biennial convention on Sunday October 29, 2023 in Ottawa. WSO members from across Canada gathered to discuss the challenges facing the Sikh community and to select a new board of directors for the organization.
Ensaaf has released its complete dossier on former Punjab police official Samant Kumar Goel, who- according to Ensaaf, bears responsibility for at least 127 disappearances and unlawful killings when he served as SSP during the 1980s and 1990s in Punjab.
Sikh sangat has expressed outrage as the makers of controversial movie "Dastan-E-Sirhind" are trying to release it despite Sikh sangat opposing it. The Shiromani Gurdwara Prabhandak Committee (SGPC) has also refused to grant clearance to the controversial film as it personifies Sahibzadas.
Thirty-nine years ago, from October 31 to November 3, 1984, thousands of Sikhs were hunted and murdered by government-orchestrated mobs throughout India in a campaign of genocidal violence following the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
Wolfson College at the University of Oxford hosted an academic conference managed by the Sikh Education Council in partnership with Guru Tegh Bahadur Gurdwara Leicester, Sri Guru Singh Sabha Southall
A Mohali court on Friday (27 October) pronounced judgment in another 1992 fake encounter case and convicted one former police official for preparing false records.
To mark the 39 years of genocidal week of Nov 1984, when nearly 8 thousand innocent Sikh men and women were butchered by Hindutva frenzied elements in Delhi, the Dal Khalsa has decided to hold an event in Amritsar on Nov 1 under the nomenclature of ‘Justice and Freedom’ March.
Earlier the release of this film was stopped due to massive protests and opposition by the Sikh sangat.
As legal cases continue their slow march through Punjab’s courts, two remarkable and deeply troubling developments have finally put a piercing spotlight on a persistent and disturbing pattern in the state – innocent victims being falsely identified as Sikh ‘militants’ and subsequently killed in separate fake encounters.
Today, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) released its annual report of hate crimes statistics, reflecting information about hate crimes for 2022.
Sikh representatives from across the globe will be holding a rally in Geneva outside the United Nations on Friday 13 October from 1-4pm.
Punjab’s Pro-freedom group Dal Khalsa on Friday offered prayers at Sri Akal Takht Sahib for the well-being of all “exiled” Sikh activists, release of Sikh political prisoners, success of “Sikh freedom struggle” and seeking punishment for the killers of Hardeep Singh Nijhar, Paramjit Singh Panjwar and others killed “extra-judicially”.
Panth Sewak Collective issued an important joint statement today.« Previous Page — Next Page »