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Obituary: Dal Khalsa’s Exiled Leader Manmohan Singh Held His Head High Despite All Odds And Hardships

Manmohan Singh Khalsa -the die hard pro-freedom Sikh leader is no more. He left for his heavenly abode today early morning at 4.30 GMT at a hospital in

UNHCR Should Give Refugee Status To Dal Khalsa’s Founding Leader Bhai Gajinder Singh, Says Dal Khalsa

Remembering its founder leader Gajinder Singh in his absence on his 66th birth anniversary, the Dal Khalsa wants UN to give refugee status to its patron since,

Dal Khalsa UK leader Bhai Manmohan Singh Passed Away

Dal Khalsa UK leader Bhai Manmohan Singh passed away today. Dal Khalsa spokesperson Bhai Kanwarpal Singh told Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) that Bhai Manmohan Singh died this morning at a hospital in London.

Find Political Solution To Punjab Problem In Order To End Cycle Of Violence: Dal Khalsa

Pro-freedom group of the Sikhs Dal Khalsa's chief Advocate Harpal Singh Cheema met UK citizen Jagtar Singh Johal and other accused in the court premises

UK Citizen Jagtar Singh Johal @ Jaggi sent to Jail under Judicial Custody till Nov. 30

Scottish citizen Jagtar Singh Johal alias Jaggi was sent to jail on judicial remand by a Bhaghapurana court after his police remand ended.

Harminder Singh Mintoo and Dharminder Gugni sent to Judicial custody; Court Appearance of Jagtar Singh Jaggi and another awaited

The Baghapurana police today presented Harminder Singh Minttoo and Dharminder Singh Grewal alias Gugni before a local magistrate at Baghapurana court complex Duo were taken on police remand after being brought from Maximum Security Jail, Nabha.

#FreeJaggiNow Campaign Gets Support in Punjab; Youth Hold Peaceful Demonstration at Amritsar

A campaign seeking release of arrested Scottish citizen in Punjab received response in Punjab. Around three dozen youth held a peaceful demonstration in Amritsar seeking release of Jagtar Singh Johal.

Sikh body urges Amnesty, UNHRC to take notice of custodial Torture of Scottish citizen in Punjab

Alleging that torture is practiced systematically in police stations and interrogation centres throughout Punjab, the European chapter of the Dal Khalsa today strongly criticised the state police for inflicting custodial torture on Scottish citizen Jagtar Singh Johal.

SGPC Appointed Jathedars Reject SGPC Chief’s Proposal About Gurpurab Day; Tells Bhai Dhadiranwale to Submit CDs

Led by Giani Gurbachan Singh, the SGPC backed Jathedars yesterday rejected a proposal by SGPC chief Kirpal Singh Badungar to change the date of Parkash Gurpurab of Guru Gobind Singh Ji this year.

Pity That Disgraced & Rejected Jathedar’s Are Passing Sermons: Dal Khalsa

Sticking to original Nanakshahi calendar adopted in April 2003, the Dal Khalsa has resolved that they would be observing the Gurpurab of

Dal Khalsa urges SGPC to Bring Damdami Taksal and Dhadrianwale to Table and Resolve Differences

Observing that the credibility and authority of Sikh institutions, including SGPC, have been undermined and compromised due to the dabbling of corrupt politics of SAD (Badal), the Dal Khalsa expressed serious concern over the lingering animosity between Damdami Taksal and Ranjit Singh Dhadrianwala and unresolved Nanakshahi calendar issue.

Sikhs’ Quest for State is Historically Rooted; Not Confined to the directives of Indian Courts: Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa today came down heavily on the BJP, Congress and AAP for ridiculing the aspirations of Sikhs for independence and portraying it as mere “law and order problem”. The statement by pro-freedom group has come in the backdrop of SGPC president Kirpal Singh Badungar stating that the demand for Khalistan isn’t wrong.

Dal Khalsa Appreciates SGPC’s Move To Install Paintings Depicting November 1984 Pogrom

The pro-freedom group of the Sikhs Dal Khalsa on Monday welcomed the SGPC decision to put up  the pictures and paintings depicting violence unleashed

Dal Khalsa Greets People On Gurpurab, Asks People To Follow Gurmat of One Akal Purakh & Truthful Living

Pro-freedom group of the Sikhs Dal Khalsa here today extended heartiest felicitations to all the people and Sikh Diaspora in particular on the sacred occasion

Dal khalsa calls UN to initiate international inquiry into Nov 84 massacre and right to self determination to Punjab

Calling it a systematic state-sponsored mass killings of Sikhs, the Dal Khalsa today sought intervention of United Nations for international inquiry into the November 1984 Sikh Genocide and grant of self determination to Punjab.

Police Arrests Malwa Youth Federation Leader for Protesting Against Marginalisation of Punjabi Language

The Bathinda district police on Tuesday (October 31) arrested Malwa Youth Federation chief Lakhbir Singh alias Lakha Sidhana in relation to case registered for smudging Hindi and English signboards on the BathindaFaridkot road.

Darbar Sahib Head Granthi tells Panthic groups not to allow installation of Indira Gandhi’s statue in Punjab

Darbar Sahib Head Granthi Giani Jagtar Singh today called upon the Sikh organisations not to allow the Congress to install statute of former prime minister Indira Gandhi in Punjab.

Sikh body want SGPC to install paintings & pictures of 1984 Sikh genocide at Central Sikh Museum (Amritsar)

Dal Khalsa has demanded that that paintings and pictures depicting the Nov 1984 genocide be put up in the Sikh Central Museum and made part of the Sikh heritage.

Dangerous Times Ahead As Politics Of Genocide & Revenge Again Became Instrument Of India’s State Policy : Dal Khalsa

Blaming the Indian political establishment, justice system and the mainstream media for failing the Sikhs vis-a-vis 1984 massacre, the Dal Khalsa will observe 33 years

Punjab Police hold raids to arrest activists who raised concerns for Punjabi language

Chandigarh/ Bathinda: The Punjab police belonging to Nehianwala police station reportedly conducted raids to arrest Dal Khalsa leader Bhai Hardeep Singh Mehraj and youth activist ...

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