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Aung San Suu Kyi Burying Her Head In The Sand About Rakhine Horrors: Amnesty International India

Reacting to today’s speech by Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s State Counsellor and de facto leader, on the crisis in Rakhine State, James Gomez, Amnesty

Asian Human Rights Defenders Call For An End To Genocide of Rohingyas In Myanmar

Asian Human Rights Defenders in a statement issued from South Korea on Sept. 15, 2017 called for an end to Genocide of Rohingyas in Myanmar.

‘Bucket Bomb’ Attack Rocks London Tube, Several Injured

As per the media reports the District Line of London’s Tube network on Friday suffered a bucket bomb attack which injured several passengers and hit the morning rush

More than 200,000 Rohingya children need urgent support: UNICEF

"We are facing an unprecedented influx of Rohingya refugees who are coming from Myanmar and crossing into Bangladesh. More than 330,000 people have taken refuge in this district since 25 August: UNICEF.

OFMI statement on Assassination of Journalist and Hindutva critic Gauri Lankesh

Gauri Lankesh, an Indian journalist who was gunned down outside her home in Bengaluru on the evening of September 5, denounced “Brahman hegemony” in her last major public speech.

Sikhs Participate in Protest at State Library (City of Melbourne) Against Rohingya Genocide

International Rohingya Council held a protest at State Library (City of Melbourne), Australia against genocide of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. Many Sikhs also took part in this protest.

Sikhs In USA Assisting Hurricane Harvey Survivors In Texas

It is been learned that Sikhs in United States of America (USA) have opened Gurdwara's and have begun Sewa (voluntary service) for the hurricane Harvey

Dal Khalsa writes Open Letter to Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi over Killings of Rohingya Muslims

A pro-freedom Sikh group, Dal Khalsa, has written an open letter to Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi about killings of Rohingya Muslims. The Sikh group said that the killings of Rohingya Muslims have battered the reputation of Aung San Suu Kyi who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991.

India Must Urge Myanmar To Protect Civilians, Allow International Aid To Rakhine State: Amnesty India International

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi should use his official visit to Myanmar to urge authorities there to take urgent steps to protect civilians in violence-hit

Uttarakhand Sikh Gurdwara Sahib Accommodates Mulsims for Eid Namaz After Rain

After incessant rains compelled the people to halt their Eid prayers in Gandhi Maidan in Joshimath (Uttarakhand) on Saturday (September 02), a local Gurudwara came to their rescue.

Qatar: Two new laws on migrant workers signal degree of progress but major gaps remain, Amnesty International

Two new laws on the rights of domestic workers and the ability of migrant workers to collect compensation when they are abused by employers may contribute to the protection of labour rights in Qatar, but there are some significant gaps in these laws that the Qatari authorities must address as a matter of priority, Amnesty International said today.

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

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