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Sikhs Gathering at Akal Takht Marks 40 Years of June 1984 “Teeja Ghallughara”

The 40th anniversary of Teeja Ghallughara was observed through the annual "Ghallughara Samagam" held at Akal Takht Sahib, where Sikh sangat and representatives of various Sikh organizations congregated in large numbers.

“Amarnama” New Book Unveiling the Untold Saga of Sikh Struggle To Be Released on 6 June

Amritsar: Harpreet Singh Longowal, author of “Raj Yogi” and the brief biography of Sant Attar Singh Mastuana, is poised to release his latest work, “Amarnama”. ...

Canada’s House of Commons Passes Motion Linking Nijjar’s Assessination to India

Canada's House of Commons made a noteworthy move on 8 May by passing a private member's motion about Indian connection to the tragic killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar on 18 June 2023. 

Book “Kaurnama” Unveiled in Windsor Shaheedi Samagam

In commemoration of valor and sacrifice, the Windsor Sikh community gathered at Gurdwara Sahib yesterday to unveil the much-anticipated book "Kaurnama: Kharkoo Sangharsh Dian Shaheed Bibian Dee Gatha." This historic event unfolded during a Shaheedi Samagam, dedicated to the memory of Shaheed Bhai Paramjit Singh Panjwar, on 12 May.

Renowned Punjabi Poet Dr. Sujeet Paatar Passes Away at 79, Leaves Behind a Literary Legacy

Renowned Punjabi poet Dr. Sujeet Paatar, aged 79, breathed his last today

‘Kaurnama’: New Book Telling the Story of Shaheed Sikh Women Unveiled at Village Panjwar

In a tribute to the courage and sacrifice of Sikh women during the Sikh freedom movement of the 1980s and 1990s, a groundbreaking book titled "Kaurnama: Kharkoo Sangharsh Dian Shaheed Bibian Dee Gatha" was unveiled yesterday during a solemn Shaheedi Samgam at Village Panjwar.

Sikh Sangat Held “Shaheedi Samagam” at Panjwar; Book Kaurnama Released

On 6 May, the Sikh sangat and various Panthic jathas and Sikh organizations convened in a solemn Shaheedi Samagam to commemorate the life and sacrifice of Shaheed Paramjit Singh Panjwar, the former chief of the Khalistan Commando Force (KCF).

Five-Year-Old Ropar Boy Becomes Punjab’s Youngest To Scale Mount Everest Base Camp

At a tender age of 5 years, Teghbir Singh, has achieved a remarkable feat – he has become the youngest ever of Punjab to scale the Mount Everest Base Camp, which is located in Nepal at a staggering height of more than 17,500 feet (5364 Metres).

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken

US State Department’s Human Rights Report Notes Social Media Blockings in Punjab

The US State Department has released its "2023 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: India". The report enlists various issues concerning human rights while citing instances of human rights abuses in India.

New Audiobook “Azadnama : Fansi de Takhte Ton Jail Chithian” Released on Sikh Siyasat App

Sikh Siyasat has released a new audiobook titled “Azadnama : Fansi de Takhte Ton Jail Chithian”. This book is Co-edited by Parmjeet Singh Gazi (editor of Sikh Siyasat News), Ranjeet Singh and Published by Bibekgarh Parkashan.

Quebec Court of Appeal Decision on Bill 21: WSO Expresses Disappointment

The World Sikh Organization of Canada (WSO) is deeply disappointed by the decision of the Court of Appeal of Quebec largely upholding Bill 21, Quebec's controversial secularism law. The WSO maintains that Bill 21 is a direct attack on religious freedom and will continue to fight this unjust law.

Indian Top Court Not Above Politics : Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa leader Kanwar Pal Singh, reacting to the verdict of the Supreme Court on Article 370 abrogation in Kashmir said,  "Clearly, the Indian top court’s verdict endorsing the Indian government’s decision to abrogate Article 370 has come on explected lines.

With US indictment, lid blown out on India’s bundle of lies : Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa has observed that the re­cent US indictment of Indian agents for plotting to kill Gurpatwant Singh Pannu has nailed all lies and designs of the Indian establishment that was shamelessly denying its newly carved strategy to kill pro-active Sikhs on foreign soil by hiring mercenaries.

Global Sikh Council urges CM to take action on violations of Punjabi laws in schools

Expressing deep concern over the disregard for Punjabi language in private schools, the Global Sikh Council (GSC) condemned the neglect of Punjabi teaching as mandated by both the Punjabi Acts promulgated in the state since 2008.

Former R&AW Chief Samant Goel’s Name Reported in 128 Cases of Enforced Disappearances in Punjab: Ensaaf’s Dossier

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.

Dal Khalsa Marched in Amritsar for Punjab’s Sovereignty

To get rights and justice for the November 1984 massacre and the killing of Bhai Hardeep Singh Nijhar, Dal Khalsa took out the freedom march highlighting the on-going democratic struggle for sovereignty and independence of Punjab.

1992 Fake Encounter Case: After 31 Years Cop Convicted for Framing False Records

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. 

Struggling Nationalities to Show Mirror to G20: To Hold M&N-20 Summit on 7th at Delhi

To present the perspective of minorities and nationalities residing in India before the G-20, the Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) and the Dal Khalsa have decided to convene a Conclave under the nomenclature

SCI Dismisses NIA’s Appeal Against Bail to Jagtar Singh Jaggi Johal

The Supreme Court of India (SCI) today dismissed appeal field by National Investigation Agency (NIA) of India against bail granted to Scottish national Jagtar Singh alias Jaggi Johal.

Bhai Daljit Singh’s Statement on 29th April Khalistan Declaration Day

Amritsar, Punjab: Bhai Daljit Singh has released a statement today to mark the Khalistan Declaration Day. A copy of the statement reads, in verbatim, as ...

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