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Punjab Problems Are Result of Intentional Interference of The Indian State: Bhai Mandhir Singh

Bhai Mandhir Singh discussed various hurdles in implementation of Gram Sabha. He said that the problems which Punjab is facing are result of deliberate interference of the Indian state and the state has gripped Punjab to such an extent that it was not possible to fix the problems through reformative measures.

Sikh Family Brutally Attacked in Haryana; Told to Leave the State; Police Accused of Inaction

An incident to brutal attack on a Sikh family is reported from BJP ruled state of Haryana. As per information a Sikh family, including a 7 months pregnant woman, was attacked on August 16 outside Mustard Hotel/Restaurant in Hisar.

Indian Politician Atal Bihari Vajpayee Left Bitter Memories for Sikhs

Death is the ultimate truth of life. Everyone -from a king to a commoner has to die and every death is a lesson for a wise human being and a reminder that what memories he leaves behind, said Dal Khalsa leader Kanwarpal Singh in a considered reaction on the demise of former Indian Prime Minister and BJP leader A B Vajpayee.

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.

Delhi Session Court To Pronounce Its Verdict Against Two Sikh Hijackers On Aug 17

On 17 August, all Sikh eyes will be focused on the Additional Sessions Court at Partial House, Delhi where Judge Ajay Pandey will announce the verdict in the 37-year old hijacking case against Bhai Satnam Singh Paonta Sahib and Bhai Tejinder Pal Singh.

Pro-Freedom Sikh Groups Mark August 15 As Black Day in Moga

As India celebrated its Independence Day, Dal Khalsa and other pro-freedom Sikh groups staged a protest in Moga, observing the day as black day against beadbi incidents and it's fallout, political subjugation of Punjab, human rights violations and denial of the right to self-determination to the people of Punjab.

Dumbarton’s MP Seeks Meeting with British Foreign Secretary over Jagtar Singh Jaggi’s Detention

Dumbarton’s MP has written to the newly-appointed British foreign secretary to ask him to offer his full support to the family of Jagtar Singh Johal who has been imprisoned in India for the past nine months.

Struggle for Khalistan & 40 Years of Dal Khalsa: WSN Editor’s Interview with Kanwarpal Singh

As Dal Khalsa announced celebrations of its 40-year struggle for Sikh sovereignty, Jagmohan Singh, the editor of The World Sikh News catches up with the sheet anchor of the Dal Khalsa organisation –Kanwarpal Singh, who since the last two decades has given a new facelift to the organisation and spread the ideology of Sikh freedom across the state of Punjab. This interview with the spokesperson of the body takes a deep look into its past, analyzes the present and provides a glance at the future of the organization as well as the struggle for Sikh nationhood as perceived by the Dal Khalsa.

Indian Govt. Withdraws ‘Social Media Communication Hub’ Proposal After ‘Surveillance State’ Remark form SCI

Weeks after the Supreme Court termed the government’s proposal to monitor online data akin to ‘creating a surveillance state’, the Central government of India reportedly told the Supreme Court of India (SCI) on Friday that it has withdrawn the proposal for setting up a ‘Social Media Communication Hub’.

Dal Khalsa Gives Call to Sikhs to Observe Aug 15 as Black Day

Dal Khalsa to hold a protest rally on India’s Independence Day at Moga against the atrocities, political subjugation and denial of rights to Sikhs in the last seven decades.

Indian Army Major, 7 Others Booked for Killing 12 yrs old boy in 2009 Manipur ‘Encounter’

Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has reportedly registered an FIR against a Major of Indian Army major besides 7 others for murdering a 12 years old boy in 2009 in an alleged encounter in Manipur.

India: International Human Rights Groups Concerned Over Assam’s Citizen Identification Drive

The Indian authorities should ensure that documenting and updating the names of citizens in the northeastern state of Assam is transparent and nondiscriminatory, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International India said today.

Set to become Pak PM, What Imran Khan Said About India?

Talking about India, Imran Khan firstly said that he was disappointed to see that the Indian media portrayed him like a Bollywood villain. ‘It felt like everything bad for India would happen if Imran Khan assumes power’,

WSO Calls on India to End Mob Lynchings & Protect Minorities

The World Sikh Organization of Canada has expressed grave concerns over the increasing number of mob lynching attacks perpetrated by Hindutva groups and called on the Indian government to do more to protect minorities.

GUEST COLUMN: Indo-Pak Spy Games and Right to Self-Determination Struggle

Sandwiched between the two nuclear powers –India and Pakistan, the Sikhs of Punjab have a keen geopolitical interest in the developments in each country and the covert games that they play beyond the public glare.

Sikh Youth Groups to Launch “Criminalising Dissent” Report in Southall on July 28

The Sikh Liberation Front (SLF) and National Sikh Youth Federation (NSYF) have announced to release a report titled Criminalizing Dissent: Repression of Sikhs in Indian-Occupied Punjab in Southall on July 28.

Rajnath Singh terming 1984 Sikh Genocide as Mob Lynching is Another Injustice to the Sikhs: AAP

The Aam Aadmi Party on Saturday opposed the statement of union Home minister, Rajnath Singh in which he stated the Sikh genocide of 1984 as mob lynching and the party termed it as another injustice done to the Sikh community.

Under Pressure From Indian Government, WhatsApp Imposes More Curbs

Under pressure from the Indian government over reported abuse of WhatsApp in spreading rumours of 'child lifting' which lead to mob-lynching incidents in various parts of the peninsula, the administrators of the messaging giant announced to impose more curbs on mass forwarding of messages using their app.

Organised Genocide, Not Merely Largest Mob Lynching

In November 1984, Sikhs were subjected to genocidal violence throughout India. The genocide was planned, co-ordinated, organised and carried out by high ups in government, administration and political layers.

UN Human Rights Office Scraps Indian Media’s Accusations Against Report on Kashmir

Office of the United Nations Human Rights High Commissioner has responded to Indian media's accusations against UN human rights body's report on Kashmir.

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