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New Indian Army Chief Says Borders with China Not Settled Yet; Keeping Peace May Lead to Eventual Solution

New Indian Army chief M. M. Naravane on Wednesday said that the Indian State's border with China were not settled yet. He said with China, the Indian state has "Line of Actual Control" (LoAC). He hoped that maintaining peace and tranquility along India's border with China will lead to an "eventual solution" to the boundary dispute.

Gen Bipin Rawat Rewarded by Modi Government for Supporting Its’ Divisive Moves: Dal Khalsa

Launching a blistering attack on Narendra Modi led BJP government for using the armed forces to justify their wrong decisions, the Dal Khalsa said the appointment of outgoing army chief Gen Bipin Rawat as first Chief of Defence Staff was much anticipated, taking into account the manner in which the General slammed students hitting the streets in a cold chilling winter to protest against the Citizenship Act (CAA) and NRC.

Anti-CAA Protests Continue Unabated in Assam

Protests against the contentious Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 continued unabated across Assam on Thursday, primarily under the aegis of student bodies AASU and AJYCP, with agitators vowing not to relent till the law is scrapped.

CAA, NRC May Affect Status of Indian Muslim Minority: Congressional Research Service

The amended Citizenship law along with a National Register of Citizens (NRC) being planned by the Narendra Modi government “may affect the status” of Muslim minority in India, a report by the Congressional Research Service (CRS) has said.

Detention Number in UP Exceeds GoI’s Official Figure for Detentions in Kashmir

The state of Uttar Pradesh (UP) is facing biggest police crackdown since Muzaffar Nagar violence of 2013. The UP police on Thursday (Dec. 26) said that it has arrested 1,113 people while placing another 5,558 in preventive detention. The police said that it has registered 327 cases so far.

BJP Minister Says “Tukde Tukde Gang” Wants Civil War As Opposition to CAA Continues

India’s Union Minister Giriraj Singh Thursday (Dec. 26) said Rahul Gandhi, along with the tukde-tukde gang and AIMIM chief Asaddudin Owaisi were trying to divide the country.

Role of Sikhs in Changing Situation in South Asia: Bhai Mandhir Singh

Speaking during an annual event organised by Guru Gobind Singh Study Circle (GGSC) at Kotkapura on 14th of December 2019, Bhai Mandhir Singh discussed different stages of public life of Sikhs as per Gurmat while elaborating the topic that "Why Sikhs Should Organise?".

I Do Not Have Much Hope From Indian Supreme Court: Arundhati Roy on CAA and NRC

Internationally acclaimed author Arundhati Roy has said that she does not have much hope from Indian Supreme Court regarding controversial "Citizenship Amendment Act" (CAA) and National Register of Citizens (NRC).

Tamil Nadu: BJP’s Tweet on Periyar Stirs Controversy, Opposition Demands Apology

The BJP Tuesday stoked a controversy by tweeting about Dravidian ideologue E.V. Ramasamy, popularly known as Periyar, on his 46th death anniversary.

BJP Likely to Face Defeat in Jharkhand Assembly Election Results

Ruling Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) is likely to face defeat in Jharkhand Assembly election results. Counting of votes for Jharkhand State Assembly polls started this morning.

Sikh Body Knocks At UN Doors Over Developing Crisis in Indian Subcontinent; Says Minorities Are in Danger

Blaming the Narendra Modi led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government under Narendra Modi for its aggressive march against minorities and nationalities, the Dal Khalsa has reached out to the United Nations about the volatile developments that spell an anarchic situation for religious minorities in India.

Brutal Crackdown On Student Protests Must End: Amnesty India

In response to the brutal crackdown on student protests across the country who are protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act, the Executive Director of Amnesty India, Avinash Kumar said: “Students have the right to protest. Violence against peacefully protesting students cannot under any circumstance be justified.

OP-ED: BJP’s Citizenship Bill Mirrors Nuremberg Laws

When Nazi Germany passed the Nuremberg Laws in 1935, they made it illegal for non-Germans to be citizens. Germans to prove that they had Aryan ancestry. India’s Citizenship Amendment Bill mirrors those Nazi laws. Instead of segregating people by genetics, it segregates them by religion. It makes religion the basis for citizenship.

Sikh Youth of Punjab, GNDU Students Stand With Jamia and AMU Students; Oppose CAA & NRC

As the new citizenship law has triggered a subcontinent-wide agitation, the students of Guru Nanak Dev University in Amritsar came out to protest against the violence unleashed by police on their fellow students at Jamia Millia Islamia in Delhi and Aligarh Muslim University campus.

Strong Protest in California Against India’s Citizenship Amendment Act

Over 200 people gathered in Northern California on December 15 to protest a controversial new citizenship law in Indian subcontinent which is sending shockwaves across that region.

Dal Khalsa Comes Out in Support of Jamia and AMU Students: Seeks Explanation from Amit Shah on Police Brutality

Accusing the Delhi police for unleashing violence on Jamia students, the Dal khalsa extended its support and solidarity with protesters and their cause.

Police Action Against Students of Muslim Universities: Sikh Youth of Punjab to Hold Demonstration at GNDU

Criticising police action against students of Jamia Millia Islamia University of New Delhi and Aligarh Muslim University, the Sikh Youth of Punjab (SYP) has announced to hold a demonstration in Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU) in Amritsar. 

Kashmir, Ayodhya, CAB and Next NRC Are All Steps Leading India to Hindu Rashtra, says Dal Khalsa

Riding on a clear-cut anti-Muslim plank, the Narendra Modi-led Bhartiya Janata Party is hurriedly working on its agenda to transform India into a Hindu Rashtra, said Dal Khalsa in a statement condemning the recently enacted Citizenship Act.

US: Activists to Protest in California Against India’s New Citizenship Law

Indian minorities infuriated by India’s recent passage of a controversial citizenship bill that excludes Muslims will rally against it on December 15 in California’s San Francisco Bay Area.

Preparation for a Genocide Under Way in India: Warns Dr. Gregory H. Stanton

Internationally acclaimed expert Dr. Gregory H. Stanton has raised concerns about possible mass extermination of Muslims while briefing US Congress on situation in Kashmir and Assam.

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