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Dr Iqtidar Cheema

United Nations Under-Secretary General Condoles with Sikhs on Kabul Gurdwara Attack

Adama Dieng, UN under-Secretary General and Special Adviser of the Secretary-General on the Prevention of Genocide has expressed his condolence to Sikh community on Kabul Gurdwara attack.

India and Pak Should Resolve Issues Through Dialogue Involving Stateless Nations of the Region: World Sikh Parliament

Noting that the Sikhs, as a nation, are not a party to the Indo-Pakistan dispute and yet would suffer the most as Punjab would be the likely theatre of such a war, the World Sikh Parliament (WSP) has called for all would-be combatants to undertake that the Sikh population, homeland and holy sites will not be used or targeted in any military conflict.

Surge In Atrocities Against Dalits and Muslims Under Modi Regime: USCIRF Report

America based civil rights group USCIRF United State Commission on International Religious Freedom last week on Wednesday tabled a report in which it has stated

Brits urge International Intervention to Protect Indian Minorities

On 25 April 2015, I addressed a very impressive conference at the Council Chambers of Birmingham City Council. The conference brought together various religious and ethnic communities across UK and several noted experts to reflect upon the plight of religious minorities in India.

India shatters Obama’s dream by banning BBC documentary

On August 23, 2012 the Delhi High Court convicted four body guards of Indian President for raping a 17-year-old Delhi University student in Buddha Jayanti Park. The student had gone to watch a program of the Dalai Lama at the park, located in the backyard of the Presidential Palace.