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Amit Shah threatening dissenting voices, Army Chief meddling in political matters: SAD (Amritsar) and Dal Khalsa

To pay glowing tributes to Mata Gujri and younger sons (Sahibzade's) of Tenth Sikh Guru- Guru Gobind Singh, the Shriomani Akali Dal (Amritsar) held a conference in which representatives of Dal Khalsa also participated. The speakers eulogized the supreme sacrifices of Sahibzade Fateh Singh and Zorawar Singh to uphold the truth, righteousness and principles of religion.

China Calls India & Pakistan to Exercise Restrain Amidst Continuing Gunfire Across LoC in Kashmir

The armed forces of India and Pakistan are engaged in firing across the Line of Control (LoC) at internationally disputed region of Kashmir for past few days.

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.

Ontario and BC Gurdwaras Bodies Register Protest Against India’s ‘Discriminatory’ CAA

The British Columbia Gurdwaras Council (BCGC) and Ontario Gurdwaras Committee (OGC) register have registered their protest at the recent enactment of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led Government of India.

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.

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).

Advo. Rajwinder Singh Bains About Prof. SAR Geelani, Kashmir and Human Rights

Speaking during this event Advocate Rajinder Singh Bains recalled the contribution of Prof. SAR Geelani on the issue of political prisoners; and also spoke about Kashmir struggle and human rights issues.

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.

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.

UN Human Rights Office Terms New Citizenship Law in India as ‘Fundamentally Discriminatory’

A new law in India which expedites citizenship for certain religious minorities has been criticized by the UN human rights office for being “fundamentally discriminatory in nature”, UN Human Rights office said on Friday (Dec. 13).

Germany: R&AW Stooge Couple Convicted For Spying on Sikhs and Kashmiris

Two Indian citizens living in Germany have been found guilty of spying on Kashmiris and Sikhs for India's intelligence agency. The couple have been sentenced to suspended jail terms and large fines, a report in DW reads.

U.S. Foreign Affairs Asia Sub-Committee to Hold Classified Hearing on Kashmir Issue

Washington: The U.S. House of Representatives’ Foreign Affairs Asia Subcommittee will hold a classified hearing on the situation in Kashmir on Wednesday, said the sub-committee ...

Justice Nanavati-Mehta Commission Gives ‘Clean Chit’ to Narendra Modi in 2002 Muslim Genocide in Gujarat

As per reports, the Gujarat government has tabled the final part of the Justice Nanavati-Mehta Commission report on the 2002 genocide of Muslims in Gujarat, in the state assembly on Wednesday December 11).

Consider Sanctions Against Amit Shah and Other Principal Indian Leaders: USCIRF to US Government

The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) on Monday (Dec. 9) said that it is deeply troubled by the passage of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill (CAB), originally introduced by Home Minister Amit Shah, in the Lok Sabha (the lower house of the Indian Parliament) given the religion criterion in the bill. "If the CAB passes in both houses of parliament, the United States government should consider sanctions against the Home Minister and other principal leadership", the statement added.

World Sikh Parliament Reported Human Rights Violations by India to the United Nations

10th December is a key date for human rights as on this day 70 years ago, the United Nations General Assembly, had meeting in Paris, and adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

India Bars Sikhs From Reaching Kashmir on Human Rights Day

Sikh marchers of Dal Khalsa and Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) were today barred from entering J & K. Acting upon the orders of the magistrate of Kathua, citing law and order problems, the Kathua police stopped activists of Dal Khalsa and Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) at the Madhopur-Kathua interstate border, stopping them from going to Srinagar to observer International Human Rights Day there tomorrow. The magistrate Mr Kalil Kant issued written orders prohibiting the march to enter into the state.

Narsimha Rao Did Not Listen IK Gujaral’s Advise to Call Army During November 1984 Violence Against Sikhs

Former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday (Dec. 4) said that Inder Kumar Gujral's advice to then Indian home minister Narsimha Rao would have prevented the 1984 massacres, if later had heard and acted over it.

Internet Will Be Restored Once Situation Turns ‘More Normal’ in Kashmir: L-G

Internet services will be restored in Kashmir in phases once the situation turns “more normal”, Jammu and Kashmir lieutenant governor GC Murmu said on Wednesday (Dec. 4).

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