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Delhi Takhat & Struggling People of Subcontinent: Speech During Event on Federalism & State Autonomy

Sikh Siyasat editor Parmjeet Singh presented discussed the defining characteristics of the Delhi Takht and prevalent visions amongst the resistance movements, while stressing that at this juncture the struggling peoples of the Indian Region need to unite for dismantling the current structure of Delhi Takhat.

Issue of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji’s Saroop – Who Are The Real Culprits?

The Shiromani Gurdwara Prabhandak Committee is trying to underplay the issue of missing Saroops of Guru Granth Sahib Ji. It is trying to project an issue related to beadbi of Guru Sahib as an issue of corruption.

How India Subverted Its Own Constitution and Law to Loot Punjab’s River Water?

  Speaking during a discussion on Punjab Water Crisis, Sikh Siyasat editor Parmjeet Singh presented his views on topic ‘Legal and Constitutional Aspects of Punjab ...

Guru Khalsa Panth’s Claim of Patshahi (Sovereignty) and Western Secular Philosophy

On 6 June 2020, Samvad released a draft to trigger debate on determining the future course of Sikh struggle as per the Panthic tradition and principles. In order to explain this document and facilitate debate on it, Samvad is holding a series of of discussions. As a part of this discussion, Prabhjot Singh shares his views on Guru Khalsa Panth's Claim of Patshahi (Sovereignty) and Western Secular Philosophy.

An Analysis of Western Secular Philosophy from Sikh Perspective (Prof. Kanwaljit Singh)

On 6 June 2020, Samvad released a draft to trigger debate on determining the future course of Sikh struggle as per the Panthic tradition and principles. In order to explain this document and facilitate debate on it, Samvad is holding a series of of discussions. As a part of this series, second discussion was held on "Western Secular Philosophy" on August 16.

Bipar Sanskar Explained by Dr. Kanwaljit Singh | Discussion Hosted by Samvad

Samvad, a discussion forum, has released a draft to trigger debate on determining the future course of Sikh struggle as per the Panthic tradition and principles. The document was released on 6 June, 2020 at Takht Kesgarh Sahib, Sri Anandpur Sahib.

Pilibhit – A Tail of Struggle Against State Terror After Fake Encounter of 11 Sikhs

Pilibhit fake encounter case was one of the rarest cases that stood on trial for over two decades till final hearing, conviction and sentencing of the culprits. This short documentary tells the story of struggle of victim families against tyranny for 25 years.

Story of Hindu Journalist who went to Sant Bhindranwale’s House on 6 June 1984

On 6 June 1984, the day when Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale attainted martyrdom, a Hindu journalist named Sanjay Suri went to Sant Bhindranwale’s home in village Rode in Moga district of Punjab.

SPECIAL REPORT: Land Mining in Mukerian Posing Threat to Farmers, Agriculture, Geology & Environment

Illegal land mining is rampant in various villages of Mukerian Tehsil of Hoshiarpur District in Punjab. These activities are posing threat to farmers, agriculture, geology and environment.

Is China Going to Engage with India in Himachal Pradesh Now? South Asian Geopolitics Update

China and India are two key players in South-Asian Geopolitics. The militaries of both powers were engaged in a standoff in Eastern Ladakh recently. Though both sides jointly declared to disengage and deescalate in mid-July, there has been little progress in deescalation along the disputed Line of Actual Control.

Misuse of UAPA & Tactics of NIA under Question After Witness Interrogated by NIA Dies Mysteriously

Misuse of UAPA and tactics of NIA are under question after witness interrogated by NIA dies mysteriously. A case registered by the Punjab police in 2018 at Sultanwind (Amritsar) police station was suddenly transferred to NIA. NIA called a Sikh youth named Lovepreet Singh for questioning as a witness. After meeting NIA officials on 13 July 2020,

Badals’ Role in Closing Salabatpura Case Against Gurmeet Ram Rahim & Congress Role in Not Reopening

Dera Sauda Sirsa came in clash with the Sikhs in 2007 when Dera chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim attempted to personify himself as Tenth Sikh Guru, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji and staged a darama of Amrit Sanskar. Personification of Sikh Guru or staging drama of Amrit Sanskar is strictly prohibited in the Sikh tradition.

CBI Ducks Punjab Assembly & State Govt : State of Affairs & the Position of States in Indian Union

In 2015 the Punjab government had entrusted CBI with investigation of Beadbi cases. CBI failed to nail the culprits. As a result in 2019 the state assembly decided to withdraw investigation of these cases from the CBI and passed an unanimous resolution in this regard.

Stop Repression and Illegal Detention of Sikhs Youth in Punjab Under Lawless Laws like UAPA: ASC

Chandigarh: In a written statement (copy with SSN) the American Sikh Council (ASC) has expressed grave concerns about the alleged “illegal detention of innocent Sikh ...

What Memorial of Maharaja Ranjit Singh Reminds Sikhs? Prof. Jagmohan Singh at Lahore

The World Sikh News editor Prof. Jagmohan Singh shares his views and feelings about Maharaja Ranjit Singh and the Khalsa Raj after visiting the memorial of Maharaja Ranjit Singh in Lahore.

China India Face-off in Galwan (Ladakh): How It Could Impact South Asia, Punjab and the Sikhs?

China and India has been engaged in a face-off in Galwan valley of Ladakh region. A clash broke out between Chinese and Indian soldiers on intervening night of 15 and 16 June which resulted in deaths of 20 Indian army personnel, including a commanding officer.

Dr. Gurbhagat Singh’s Exclusive Interview (Part 1/3)

Dr. Gurbhagat Singh was a noted Sikh thinker. After retiring as a Professor and head of English Department of Punjabi University Patiala, he had dedicated the final decades of his life towards English translation of Guru Granth Sahib. An extensive interview with Dr. Gurbhagat Singh was recorded in June 2011.

What Is China-India Border Dispute? Reasons Behind Ladakh Standoff 2002 & Possible Impacts on Punjab

Sikh Siyasat editor Parmjeet Singh talked to author and political analyst S. Ajaypal Singh Brar about Sino-India Standoff in Ladakh 2020.

1984 Ghallughara Remembrance March To Be Held in Amritsar on June 5, Dal Khalsa

Since last more than 12 years, the Dal Khalsa has been regularly observing this day by undertaking march on 5th and giving the call for Amritsar shutdown on June 6.

What is India-Nepal Border Conflict? Why It Flared up Now? Special Talk with Ajaypal Singh Brar

Indian state and Nepal Government have engaged in verbal duel for the past few weeks. The differences over the boundary of Indo-Nepal border on western border have been the cause of conflict. Nepal has objected to India’s opening of a new road leading to Mansarovar as it claims that the road passes through its territory.

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