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India, China Troops Engage in Stone Pelting, Fisticuffs in Eastern Ladakh

Amidst the ongoing standoff between Indian and Chinese troops in Doklam,  soldiers of the two sides clashed on Tuesday, with both pelting stones and hitting each other. Media reports note that men on both sides sustained injuries.

Nuclear Neighbours: The India-Pakistan Arms Race

AlJazeera has published a graphical article explaining the arms race between these two 'neighbours'. The graphics are being reproduced as follows for the information of readers of the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN).

A Giant Inflatable Trump Chicken Appears Near US White House

A large inflatable chicken meant to resemble President Trump was placed near the White House on Wednesday, notes report in the International Media.

Countdown to Indo-China Military Clash Has Begun: says Beijing daily

The countdown to a military conflict between India and China has begun and New Delhi should come to senses and withdraw troops from Doklam before it’s too late, a Chinese daily said on Wednesday.

USA: Sikhs Hold Richmond Day Service In Memory Of Oak Creek Massacre Victims

As per the local media report the Sikhs of Richmond invited and tried to reach the collective community to join them on Saturday in an act of service

India-Pakistan Trade Fire across Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir

Indian and Pakistan forces reportedly exchanged gunfire across Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir, media reports of both sides reveal.

China says PLA troops waiting patiently, but won’t wait indefinitely; PLA Conducts Live Fire Drill

In a stern message directed towards India, China has reportedly said that People’s Liberation Army (PLA) have been waiting patiently at Doklam but will not do so for an indefinite period.

Amidst Sikkim StandOff, China issues safety advisory for its Citizens in India

China on Saturday reportedly issued a "safety advisory" for its citizens traveling to India as well as to its nationals living in India, asking them to pay close attention to personal safety and local security.

Sikkim Standoff May Escalate Into ‘War’ : Chinese Experts

As per the media reports the Chinese experts here today in an unequivocal manner has stated that to safeguard its  sovereignty in the border conflicts with India

India Infringing Bhutan’s Sovereignty, Should Mend Its Mistakes: China

Chandigarh: After a shoving incidence involving Indian and Chinese troops at Dong la (Donglang),  a region consisting a tri-junction border of India, China and Bhutan, is ...

More than half of Hate Crimes in USA go unreported: Report

Washington: The majority of hate crimes experienced by US residents over a 12-year period were not reported to the police, according to a new federal ...

Another Attack in London Leaves 7 dead, 48 injured; Suspects gunned down by police

At least seven people have been killed and 48 injured in an attack in central London. The police have reportedly shot dead the suspects.

Sikh Federation UK Condemns Manchester Attack

Sikh Federation UK has condemned the Manchester suicide bomb attack which left 22 persons dead and 59 others injured.

India’s retired CRPF Official denied entry into Canada over Human Rights abuses

A retired official belonging to India's Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) was reportedly denied entry into Canada for human rights abuses.

Sikh Council UK Condemns Manchester Attack

The Sikh Council UK has condemned the Manchester attack which left 22 people dead (at the time of reporting).

Indian Army’s Open Endorsement to Atrocities on Kashmiris: Major Gogoi Awarded ‘Commendation Certificate’

Instead to condemning the blatant abuse of human rights by its official the Indian Army yesterday awarded 'Commendation Certificate' to Major Leetul Gogoi who had used a Kashmiri youth as human shield by tying him in front to an Army jeep.

Qatar: Abuse of migrant workers remains widespread as World Cup stadium hosts first match, says Amnesty

Migrant workers on Qatar 2022 World Cup construction sites continue to suffer abuse and exploitation, Amnesty International said on Friday (May 19) as the country’s flagship football venue hosts the first match since its redevelopment.

UN Experts Urge India To Lift Social Media & Internet Ban In Kashmir

Raising alarm over the impact of internet and social media restrictions imposed by authorities in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, United Nations human rights experts have called on the Government to protect the right to freedom of expression and to pursue an open and democratic dialogue to address the region's social and political conflicts.

MPP From Ontario Jagmeet Singh To Run For NDP’s Leadership

As per the media reports Jagmeet Singh one of the Sikh politician from Ontario province which is a thorn in the flesh for India expected to announce his intent

Emmanuel Macron Wins French Presidential Elections

As per the media reports pro-European Union advocate and former investment banker Emmanuel Macron has won the french presidential election here on Sunday.

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