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Australia and India Sign Use of Military Bases & Logistic Support Deal; What’s Next?

India and Australia have signed a pact on access to military bases for logistics support. The pact was one of the seven agreements singed after a virtual summit between Indian PM Narendra Modi and his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison.

Xi Jinping Tells Chinese Military to Scale up Training and Battle Preparedness, And Think About Worst-Case Scenarios

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday stressed achieving the targets and missions of strengthening the national defense and armed forces for 2020, while maintaining effective epidemic control on a regular basis, according to Chinese Official media Global Times.

LAC Between China & India Continue to Heat Up; China Expands Airbase Near Ladakh; Indian Military’s Top Brass Meets Modi

Escalation of border dispute between China and India in Ladakh is on the rise since past few weeks. Chinese and Indian troops have been engaged in aggressive posturing at Pangong Tso lake, Galwan Valley, Demchok and Daulat Beg Oldi for the past three weeks.

What is India-Nepal Border Conflict? Why It Flared up Now? Special Talk with Ajaypal Singh Brar

Indian state and Nepal Government have engaged in verbal duel for the past few weeks. The differences over the boundary of Indo-Nepal border on western border have been the cause of conflict. Nepal has objected to India’s opening of a new road leading to Mansarovar as it claims that the road passes through its territory.

Tensions Mount Between China and India Amidst Fresh Flareup of Border Dispute in Ladakh Region [Special Report]

Border dispute between China and India in Ladakh region has flared up again. This has led to increase in border tensions between China and India. This special report by Sikh Siyasat News consists of all relevant updates.

German Prosecutors Set to Present Evidence of Indian R&AW Agents Spying on Sikhs and Kashmiris

An alleged agent of Indian intelligence agency Research & Analysis Wing (R&AW) is set to face trial in Germany in coming months. German prosecutors will present evidence in a Federal state-security court that Balvir Singh, a Frankfurt based man received payoffs from India’s R&AW for spying on Sikhs and Kashmiris.

Atmanirbhar Bharat Package Subsidises Private Sector and Plans for the Rich

The health and education component of the Rs 20 lakh crore COVID-19 relief package (Atmanirbhar Bharat package) ring hollow in the absence of concrete financial commitments to back the rhetoric.

EXCLUSIVE: How R&AW Agents Spy on Sikhs in Germany? Special Talk with Gurcharan Singh Goraya

In 2014 the German authorities found that a person was spying on Sikhs and Kashmiris for Indian agencies. Since then around four such cases have surfaced in Germany. In these cases German authorities have charged these 'agents' in courts.

Audiobook of Gujarat Files by Rana Ayyub Launched

The Sikh Siyasat News (SNS) has released an audiobook version of Rana Ayyub’s book Gujarat Files. The audiobook is in Punjabi language and it's released on Sikh Siyasat’s iOS and Android app.

Delhi Violence: Human Rights Group Seeks Transparency, Demands Making FIRs Publicly Available

About eighty days after the violence that convulsed NE Delhi, what is the status of the investigation into the ‘over 700’ FIRs reportedly registered, according to the Home Minister’s statement in Indian Parliament on 11 March, two months ago? If recent media reportage of the investigation and prosecution in the violence related cases is to be followed, the impression conveyed is that a group of persons, mostly Muslims, were responsible for the violence and the many acts of gruesome violence in it, in which the majority of those affected were also Muslims.

Another Indian Spy to Face Trial in Germany for Spying on Sikhs and Kashmiris

As per reports, another Indian will stand trial in Germany accused of spying on Sikh and Kashmiri communities for New Delhi's secret service.

Facts Trash Baseless Propaganda Against Hazur Sahib Sikh Sangat [SPECIAL VIDEO REPORT]

While the Indian Media continues with its vilifying propaganda against Hazur Sahib Sikh sangat that recently returned to Punjab, new information is surfacing which could help in unfolding the mystery surrounding the source of COVID-19 infection that has led to a sudden rise in the number of positive cases in Punjab.

With No Human Face, Lockdowns Fail to Break Corona Transmission

With no perspective and organic link with people, ‘Hit and Trial’ measures the Delhi Durbar resorted to, failed to break the chain of corona-transmission.

An Open Letter to Indian MPs: Abolish Bullying Laws Called Sedition, UAPA

The Sikh organization, Dal Khalsa has written an open letter to all parliamentarians of India expressing serious concerns over the sudden surge in the cases against lawyers, journalists, student activists and rights defenders under draconian laws called sedition and UAPA.

Special Report: Covid19 Infection in Sikh Sangat from Hazur Sahib, Newly Surfaced Evidence Point to Blunders of Political Leaders and Punjab Government Authorities

While the Indian Media continues with its vilifying propaganda against Hazur Sahib Sikh sangat that recently returned to Punjab, new information is surfacing which could help in unfolding the mystery surrounding the source of COVID-19 infection that has led to a sudden rise in the number of positive cases in Punjab.

Joint Statement on Vilifying Propaganda Against Hazur Sahib Sikh Sangat and Targeting of Minorities by Indian Media

About two dozen people from various walks of life have issued a joint statement rejecting vilifying propaganda against Sikh sangat that is recently brought back to Punjab by the government.

Nation-State Serves Elite: Can ‘Hindu Rashtra’ be Different?

When coronavirus looming large, fifty big businessmen- wilful defaulters—got their Bank loans of Re 68607 crores written off. The indifference shown to distress faced by lakhs of trapped workers in urban areas has exposed the BJP rulers of their real character and style of their “democratic governance”.

PUDR Seeks Release of Anand Teltumbde and Gautam Navlakha; Says They are Vulnerable

In a written release issued on Monday (April 27) PUDR expressed apprehensions over the health status of Anand Teltumbde and Gautam Navlakha who surrendered before the NIA in Mumbai and Delhi respectively on 14 April 2020.

Hold Officials Accountable for Excessive Use of Force, Ill-Treatment During COVID19 Lockdown: Coalition Against Torture

Alarmed by accounts of police violence and ill-treatment across India during the imposition of a nationwide lockdown on 25th March, a group of human rights defenders campaigning against custodial violence and torture in India has reminded the Government of India that human rights must be “protected and accountability ensured even in exceptional circumstances”.

Akal Takht Strictly Warns Against Parole to Gurmeet Ram Rahim

SGPC appointed acting Jathedar of Akal Takht Sahib Giani Harpreet Singh today warned Haryana government against release of Dera Sauda Sirsa (DSS) chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim on parole.

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