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Sikh Businesses Commit to Provide £500m for Gurdwaras in Pakistan as Pak Govt Make Positive Overtures to UK Sikhs

Sayed Zulfiqar Bukhari the Chairman of the Pakistan Tourism Board and Special Assistant to the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan met Sikh community representatives at The Rembrandt Hotel in London on 10 June 2019. The meeting was to discuss religious tourism projects in Pakistan following the historic laying of foundation stones for the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor on either side of the border in November 2018.

UK Authorities Exposed for Targeting Sikh Activists & Assisting Indian Regime

Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur, the lawyer acting for Jagtar Singh Johal, the 31-year old Scot from Dumbarton who was abducted by Indian police on 4 November 2017 and subject to third degree torture has just finished a 10-day visit to the UK.

Pro-India media making Desperate Attempts to Undermine Sikh demand for Separate Identity Column in British Census: Sikh Federation UK

Days after publication of a media report in an English vernacular published from Chandigarh (India), the Sikh Federation UK - an organisation of Sikhs in England, has accused Indian media for making desperate attempts to undermine the Sikh demand for separate identity column in British census.

Conservative MPs declare support for independent public inquiry on Thatcher involvement in 1984 Sikh Genocide: Sikh Federation UK

The 15th Sikh Federation (UK) National Sikh Convention at Guru Nanak Gurdwara, Sedgley Street, Wolverhampton on September 17 was attended by Sikhs from across the UK and Europe.

Dal Khalsa Slams Indian Authorities for Planting Fictitious Story about Sikh Federation UK Leader

Dal Khalsa here today, slammed the Indian authorities for planting fictitious story in the media about Dabinderjit Singh Sidhu,

Sikhs call for independent judge led inquiry into how trade with India has resulted in Anti-Sikh measures

London: The Campaign for Justice event took place in Parliament earlier today and was hosted by Rt Hon Andy Burnham MP, theShadow Home Secretary, Maria Eagle MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport and Baroness Doreen Lawrence (the mother of Stephen Lawrence).

UK Sikh Diaspora outraged over British Govt’s disclosure about links with attack on Darbar Sahib

London, United Kingdom (February 06, 2014): In a recently released report of Cabinet Secretary, the UK Government admitted it's role in 1984 army attack by Indian state against the Sikhs. Though the British report and UK's Foreign Secretary William Hague attempted to underplay the issue by saying that British advise in India's deadly attack of June 1984 was "limited" and had "little impact"; but the Sikh diaspora is viewing these admissions more seriously.

The truth behind the Amritsar massacre: by Dabinderjit Singh (Sikh Federation UK)

Code-named Operation Bluestar began on June 1st 1984. Up to 150,000 Indian army troops were sent to the northern Indian state of Punjab, the Sikh homeland, equipped with helicopter gunships and tanks.