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India: Railway police caught on camera thrashing thrashing physically challenged man At Howrah station

Railway Protection Force personnel were caught on camera mercilessly thrashed a physically challenged man at the Howrah Station last night, prompting the General Manager of Eastern Railways to launch a probe into the incident.

Sikh body, Dal Khalsa, to hold protest sit-ins on Jan 26 against Injustices & Discriminations

To protest against Constitutional injustices and discrimination's, the Dal Khalsa will organize public rallies on Jan 26 at Amritsar, Jalandhar, Ludhiana and Kot Isse Khan (Moga).

Controversial “Messenger of God” (MSG) sparks protests; Premier deferred

The premier show of controversial "Messenger of God (MSG)" moive was deferred today in wake of widespread protests against the release of moive. Members of various organisations on held protests in Delhi and Haryana against the proposed screening of the film featuring controversial godaman and dera sauda sirsa chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim in lead role.

US court dismisses 2002 Gujrat Massacre related lawsuit against Narendra Modi on ‘immunity’ grounds

A New York judge has reportedly dismissed lawsuit against Indian Prime Minister and former Gurjrat state Chief Minister Narendra Modi. The lawsuit filed by The American Justice Centre, a human rights group, had accused Narendra Modi for deliberate failure to stop 2002 massacre of Muslim minority population in Gujarat.

Release of Sikh Prisoners who have completed their sentence – Memorandum by Sikh intellectuals & Activists

Sikh intellectuals including former IAS Gurtej Singh and Sikh historian Gurdarshan Singh Dhillon, along with former Akal Takht Jatehdar Bhai Ranjit Singh and Sikh activists Advocate Harpal Singh Cheema, Harcharanjit Singh Dhami, Sarabjit Singh, Manjit Singh Mohali and Advocate Harshinder Singh, and former Punjab DGP (Prisons) Shashi Kant have reportedly sent a memorandum to Indian President urging him to facilitate release of Sikh political prisoners languishing in Indian jails.

“Existence of religious minorities is threatened by India’s pattern of terror,” warn activists

Mohan Ram Paul, a co-founder of the Bhim Rao Ambedkar Sikh Foundation, noted: “There is a vast difference between private individuals peacefully peacefully proselytizing to invite others to join their religion and political officials who organize pogroms staging conversion ceremonies in which they force people to identify with a particular religion in order to receive government benefits. It is total hypocrisy for anyone who engages in acts of mass violence against minorities to pretend they are against ‘coercion’ of potential religious converts. If Mr. Modi and his party oppose coercion, they ought to first prosecute themselves for massacring so many minorities.”

Coast Guard Intercepts Suspect Boat Carrying Explosives in Arabian Sea: Statement by India’s Ministry of Defence

Delhi, India: An intelligence based midnight operation was conducted on the intervening night of Dec 31 and yesterdayby the Indian Coast Guard ships and aircraft to intercept a suspect fishing boat in Arabian Sea near Indo-Pak maritime boundary, approximately 365 km from Porbander.

Sikh body to submit “Sikhs Are Not Hindus” Petition to U.S. Chargé d’Affaires for President Obama

Eyeing at the upcoming visit of US President, Federation (AISSF) in a month long campaign have collected more than 250,000 signatures on a petition urging Obama to raise the issues of Article 25(b) and 1984 Sikh Genocide with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

WSO (Canada) calls on India to Follow Acknowledgment of 1984 Genocide with Vigorous Prosecutions

The World Sikh Organization of Canada has written to Indian Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, welcoming his acknowledgement of the killing of Sikhs in November 1984 as a genocide and calling on him to follow up his announcement with investigations and prosecutions of those responsible for orchestrating and carrying out the killings.

WSO Writes to Indian PM Calling for Release of Sikh Prisoners

The World Sikh Organization of Canada has written to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, calling for the release of Sikh prisoners who have served their minimum mandatory sentences in Indian prisons.

Dal Khalsa’s youth wing SYP to organize demonstration on burning socio-political issues on Jan 1 at Amritsar

The Dal Khalsa has decided to present a memo to Jathedar of the Akal Takht on Jan 1 urging him to implement the original Nanakshahi calendar and reject the demand of Sant Samaj and Nanaksar Samparda for reverting to Bikrami.

After Rajnath’s remark, Sikh group says it will bring ‘genocide’ resolution in UN

A day after the Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh acknowledged the fact of Sikh “genocide” 1984, US-based human rights group ‘Sikhs for Justice’ (SFJ) has announced to bring a resolution to this effect in the 70th UN General Assembly session through member countries who have signed the UN Convention on Genocide.

Indian media should stop referring Sikh genocide 1984 as “riots”: Dal Khalsa

Sikh outfit Dal Khalsa has demanded that the print and electronic media should stop calling the killings of Sikhs in 1984 as “riots”.

Indian media hell bent to use term ‘riots’ for Sikh ‘genocide’ of 1984

In November 1984 Sikhs were subjected to genocide in India. Sikhs were subjected to genocidal violence carried in series of massacres of Sikhs throughout India. Indian state and media never accepted the fact of Sikh genocide of 1984.

1984 Sikh massacres were ‘genocide’: admits Indian Home Minister

India’s Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday (Dec. 26) described the Sikh massacres of November 1984 as ‘genocide’ and said that several persons who had a "role" in the carnage are yet to be punished.

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Parkash Singh Badal want other CMs to release 13 Sikh Political prisoners

Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal has written letters to chief ministers of five states, the Lt Governor of Delhi and Administrator of Chandigarh seeking the release of 13 Sikh prisoners held under the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act.

BJP MoS booked for calling UP minister Azam Khan a ‘terrorist’

A case has been filed against BJP government’s Minister of State for Agriculture Sanjeev Baliyan in a Uttar Pradesh court for calling the state's Urban Development Minister Mohd Azam Khan a terrorist.

BJP Govt. announces committee to look into possibility of SIT for Nov. 1984 cases

The Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) led Indian government today formed a committee to examine the possibility of constitution of a Special Investigation Team (SIT) for reinvestigation of the Sikh massacres of 1984.

Akal Takhat Jathedar Supports “Sikhs are not Hindus” Petition to US President Obama – Directs Community to Support Signature Campaign Till December 31

A press release by All Indian Sikh Students Federation (Peermohammad) says "Akal Takhat Jathedar Giani Gurbachan Singh issued a “directive” to the Sikh community to continue signing the “Sikhs are not Hindus” petition till December 31 so that Obama be forced to raise “Sikh Issues” with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Amir Khan’s PK lands in trouble; Hindu body moves police complaint

Amir Khan’s recent release ‘PK’ seems to be caught in to controversy as various Hindu organizations are opposing the movie saying that it offends their sentiments and shows Hindu gods in ‘bad-light’.

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