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Advocate Navkiran Singh Joins Aam Aadmi Party; Appointed as Incharge of Human Rights Wing

Punjab and Haryana High Court lawyer and activist Advo. Navkiran Singh today joined the Aam Aadmi Party. He was inducted to AAP at Lambi conference held by the Aam Aadmi Party at Kolianwali village.

Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) Are Prone To Hacking And Tampering: LFHRI

Lawyers For Human Rights International (LFHRI),a Chandigarh based human rights body, has maintained that Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) are not hacking or tempering proof. Advo. Navkiran Singh, while addressing a press conference at the Press Club Chandigarh Tuesday said that EVMs could be easily tempered or hacked.

Human Rights Groups held Discussion on Water Crises of Punjab & Its Solution

Three human rights organization of Punjab namely Punjab Human Rights Organisation (PHRO), Lawyers For Human Rights International (LFHRI) and Sikhs For Human Rights (SFHR).

Lawyer Seeks Justice for Gurcharan Singh who lived as half-burnt man since 1984 and died awaiting justice in 2009

Gurcharan Singh Rishi was attempted to be burnt alive by Congress party workers and goons on 1st Nov 1984. His uncle Santokh Singh got killed and his father and brother got injured, while the family home was burnt down and their vehicles were also set on fire.

Cutodial Torture on Hoshiarpur Sikh Youth: Petition seeks probe against Police, Magistrates and Doctors

The bench of Justice Jatinder Chauhan of Punjab and Haryana high court issued notice for 30th Nov 2016, in the case related to custodial torture of a Sikh youth belonging to Hoshiarpur district.

Exclusive Report On LFHRI’s Fact Finding Report on Custodial Torture of Sikh Youth by Punjab Police

Lawyers For Human Rights International (LFHRI) yesterday (on August 23) released a fact-finding report on brutal torture of Jaspreet Singh Jassa by Punjab police belonging to Hoshiarpur district.

Fact Finding Report on Brutal Torture of Jaspreet Singh Jassa by Punjab Police [Full Report]

Chandigarh: Lawyers For Human Rights International (LFHRI) yesterday (on August 23) released a fact-finding report on brutal torture of Jaspreet Singh Jassa by Punjab police ...

Police used third degree torture on Hoshiarpur youth Jaspreet Singh: alleges Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa was highly critical of the police for using third degree torture on Jaspreet Singh Jassa arrested along with two other youths under various charges in the first week of August.

On 1991 Pilibhit Fake Encounter of 11 Sikh pilgrims by UP police (Talk with Human Rights Lawyers)

A CBI court in Pilibhit on April 4, 2016 sentenced 47 policemen to imprisonment for life for murdering 11 Sikh pilgrims in a fake encounter in 1991.

Advo. Navkiran Singh on History and Use of Law of Sedition in India

Sikhs For Human Rights (SFHR) held a discussion at Kisan Bhawan Chandigarh on February 22, 2016 on this topic of "Rise of Fascism in India". This video clip is part of views shared by Advocate Navkiran Singh during this discussion.

Exclusive Report Based on Discussion on Rising Fascism in India under Modi Regime

This Special report is based on a discussion on Rising Fascism in India under Modi Regime at Kisan Bhawan Chandigarh.

Punjab activists to visit JNU to express solidarity with students

Activists of various organisations of Punjab held a meeting at Kisan Bhawan Chandigarh to discuss the issue of crackdown on JNU students.

Human Rights lawyers slam Punjab government for Sedition case against Sarbat Khalsa 2015 organizers

An emergent meeting of human rights lawyers from Punjab and Chandigarh was held on 15-11-2015 at Chandigarh which was presided by Sh. Amar Singh Chahal Advocate and attended by Sh. Brijinder Singh Sodhi, Navkiran Singh,Rajwinder Singh Bains, Tejinder Singh Sudan, Sukhbinder Singh Bawa, Manpreet Singh Chahal and Parminder Singh Advocates.

Fact Finding Report of LFHRI of Human Rights Violations of Rupinder Singh & Jaswinder Singh, brothers of Punjgarain Khurd, Faridkot

Lawyers For Human Rights International (LFHRI) has released a fact finding report on human rights violations of Rupinder Singh and Jaswinder Singh, two Sikh brothers who are reportedly framed by the state police in Bargari Beadbi Case. The report that was made public by Advocate Navkiran Singh, senior Lawyer of Punjab and Haryana High Court,

States including Punjab and Delhi, failed to facilitate registeration of Sikh marriages under Anand Marriage Act, reveals RTI

Information gathered by Advocate Navkiran Singh, a senior lawyer of Punjab and Haryana High Court, reveals that the Punjab government has not implemented the provision for registration of Sikh marriages under the Anand Marriage Act, 1909.

Ambala Kirpan Issue: High Court stays sessions judge’s order; Next hearing on Aug. 12

Acting on a petition moved by an Amritdhari Sikh from Ambala, the Punjab and Haryana High Court yesterday stayed orders of Session court of Ambala regarding removal of Kirpan in court room. It is notable that a Sessions judge of Ambala had refused to record witness of a Sikh who was wearing a 'Kirpan'.

Ambala Sikh Kirpan issue: High court issues notice to Haryana secretary; Next hearing on May 12

The Punjab and Haryana High Court has reportedly taken up a petition filed by an Amritdhari Sikh, who was dined to depose as a witness in the court because he was carrying a ‘Kirpan’. The High court took up the petition on Friday (May 09) and issued notice to the Haryana home secretary.

Amritdhari Sikh denied permissions to depose in Ambala sessions court for wearing Kirpan

An Amritdhri Sikh named Dilawar Singh has reportedly been denied permissions depose as witness in Ambala Sessions court. Ambala's sessions judge Rajesh Gupta has reportedly passed a written order against Dilawar Singh directing him to remove his 'Kirpan' in order to depose in his court.

Only Sarbat Khalsa, not the SGPC, has powers to appoint or remove Jathedars: Sikh bodies

Three Sikh religious organisations on Friday (Feb. 06) held a meeting at Chandigarh and criticized the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) over its recent decision of forming a five-member committee to go into the terms of the working of Jathedars of Sikh Takhts.

High Court notice to Dera Sauda head and Badal Government on Salabatpura case closure

The Punjab and Haryana High Court has put Sirsa based controversial godman and dera sacha sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim and the Punjab government on notice while taking up a petition moved by Advocate Jaspal Singh and Baba Hardeep Singh challenging lower court's decision to close 2007 Salabatpura incident case against dera head.

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