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Indian Security Forces Resorting To Torture In Kashmir Valley

It seems like the apprehensions made by various Human Rights organisations around the globe on the current grim and hostile situation in Kashmir have begun to manifest into reality.

Its’ Political Question, Not Law & Order Problem: Dal Khalsa Challenges Indian State’s Narrative on Punjab

Joining issue with Indian army chief Bipin Rawat regarding his statement on “attempts” to revive insurgency in Punjab through “external linkages”, the Dal Khalsa said the army chief has overlooked Maur bomb blast case that has internal linkages having roots in dera Sirsa.

Did Indian Army Chief Miss Mentioning “Internal Linkages” on Actual Terror in Punjab? [Op-Ed]

Recently at a seminar in Delhi Army chief General Bipin Rawat said that attempts were being made through “external linkages” to “revive insurgency” in Punjab. “Let us not think that Punjab (situation) is over. We cannot close our eyes to what is happening in Punjab. And, if we do not take early action now, it will be too late” he said. Former UP DGP Parkash Singh also echoed General’s observation. Within 10 days, the General underlined this “external” element for the third time, stating “While outsiders will attempt to revive militancy, the people, are very strong, will not allow it,” while speaking at an army function in Pathankot on November 12.

Statement of Indian Army Chief About Insurgency in Punjab and Double Standards of the State System [Letter to the Editor]

Over the years we have always seen the double standards of justice system in India. The ruling Governments, security agencies, police etc. are very quick to charge, arrest and punish the persons belonging to minorities, even kill them and their family members in fake encounters but strangely the same Governments, security agencies, police etc. act dumb and blind when it comes to punish the guilty Hindutava forces.

FSO Condemns Indian Army Chief Bipin Rawat’s Statement Advocating “Early Action” in Punjab

An umbrella body of various pro-freedom Sikh groups in England, the Federation of Sikh Organisation (FSO) has strongly condemned Indian Army chief Bipin Rawat's statement advocating "early action" against Sikhs in Punjab.

Indian Army Chief Advocates “Early Action” Against Sikhs in Punjab

According to reports in Indian media Indian Army chief Bipin Rawat today advocated early action in Punjab. He reportedly said that attempts are being made through "external linkages" to "revive insurgency" in Punjab and if early action is not taken, it will be too late.

More Indian Soldiers Killed by Themselves Than by ‘Others’

More soldiers of India's forces have been killed by themselves than by anyone else. It is learnt from media reports that a total of 437 armed force personnel have committed suicide in the last four years against 237 killed during "combat operations" which include cross border firing and even aircraft crash.

SGPC Seeks Return of Manuscripts and Literature Looted by Indian Army from Sikh Reference Library

SGPC on Sunday demanded return of rare manuscripts and literature looted by the Indian Army from the Sikh Reference Library during June 1984 army attack on Darbar Sahib, Amritsar.

Labour MPs Ask Theresa May to Release Secret Files on British Role in June 1984 Indian Army Attack on Darbar Sahib

British Labour MPs are calling on their Government to immediately release Cabinet Office files on the “1984 Amritsar Massacre” (Ghallughara June 1984), following a judge’s decision to declassify the secret papers.

UK Role in Indian Army’s Attack on Darbar Sahib: Call for Independent Public Inquiry Intensifies After FoI Verdict

Judge Murray Shanks, who presided over a three-day hearing in London in March has ordered the Cabinet Office that it must declassify secret papers about the Amritsar massacre in June 1984.

UK FOI Judge Orders Declassification of Secret Documents Disclosing British Involvement in June 1984 Indian Army Attack on Sikhs

A UK judge has reportedly ordered the declassification of documents related to British involvement in Indian Army's attack on Darbar Sahib in June 1984.

Real Reasons Behind Indian Army’s Attack on Darbar Sahib (Amritsar) in June 1984

A Ghallughara Yadgari Samagam (Holocaust Remembrance Event) was held at Bhawanigarh on June 2, 2018.

Sikh Youth Outraged After Indian Army Asks Him to Remove Turban

In an embarrassment to the Indian Army, a Sikh student from Shopian district was asked by army to remove his turban at a check post at Bahibagh in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district where the army camp of 34 Rashtriya Rifles (RR) is located.

SGPC Decides to Shift Sikh Reference Library Outside Darbar Sahib Complex

The Committee has decided to shift the Sikh Reference Library outside the Darbar Sahib complex as it gave nod for the construction of a new building for the library near Bhai Gurdas Hall.

Bloody Sunday: 12 Militants, 3 Indian Soldiers & 4 Civilians Killed; Hospitals Flooded With Injured Civilians

Termed as one of the bloodiest day of this year, 12 Kashmiri militants were killed in three separate gun battle with the Indian army soldiers in Draggad and Kachdora villages in Shopian district

Modi Government Implementing Long Aspired ‘Hindutva’ Agenda of Politicising Indian Armed Forces

In a sign of the times, K.K. Sharma, director general of the  Border Security Force, attended a public meeting organised by an affiliate of the fountain head of the 'pro-hindutva' politics

Indian Army Facing ‘Financial Crunch’, Majority Equipment Of ‘Vintage Category’, Says Army Official

A couple of months back the Indian Army Chief Gen V.K Singh in a statement had said that a 'two-frontal' conflict (on both western and eastern borders) is a reality,

UK Defends Secrecy Over Documents Related To June 1984 Attack On Darbar Sahib

During the first day of the three-days proceedings at the First-tier tribunal, it seemed that the United Kingdom was trying tooth and nail to suppress and protect the documents

British Tribunal to hear FOI Request Seeking Disclosure of Secret Documents on June 1984 Indian Army Attack on Sikhs

A British tribunal will rule on a Freedom of Information (FOI) request for classified UK Cabinet Office files that are believed to hold information on Britain’s involvement

No Justice Yet For Kunan Poshpora Rapes, Says Amnesty International India

On the 27th anniversary of the rapes of dozens of women in the towns of Kunan and Poshpora, Jammu and Kashmir, in 1991, allegedly by Indian army personnel,

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