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Ghallughara 1984 (Sikh Genocide) Remembrance March and Freedom Rally in London [Pictorial]

Thousands of Sikhs from across the England gathered in London to participate in Ghallughara 1984 (Sikh Genocide) Remembrance March and Freedom Rally in London on Sunday (June 3).

Sikh Groups Express Unity to Observe Ghallughara June 1984 Anniversary

Dal Khalsa and Shiromani Akali Dal Amritsar (Mann) have resolved to extend support to each other's programs announced to mark the 34th anniversary of Ghalluhgara June 1984.

Upcoming Seminar in California – “1984: Sikh Genocide, Darbar Sahib and Human Rights in South East Asia”

Sikhs in Milpitas (California) will be remembering Ghallughara June 1984 by holding a seminar on topic "1984: Sikh Genocide, Darbar Sahib and Human Rights in South East Asia" on Sunday (June 3).

Tens of Thousands of Sikhs to Gather in Central London to Mark 1984 Ghallughara

On Sunday 3 June tens of thousands of Sikhs will gather in central London and remember victims of the 1984 Sikh Genocide.

Canadian Sikhs to Gather at Parliament Hill on June 2 to Remember Ghallughara June 1984

Sikhs from across the Canada will gather on Parliament Hill this Saturday to mark a special Remembrance Day in the memory of those who laid their lives defending the Darbar Sahib during June 1984 attack by Indian Army and also those innocent Sikh pilgrims who were killed in cold blood by Indian forces.

Ghallughara 1984: Remembrance March and Freedom Rally in London on June 3

Various Sikh Organizations of England, under the banner of Federation of Sikh Organizations (FSO), will be holding Ghallughara Remembrance March and Freedom Rally in London on Sunday June 03, 2018.

Legal Action Into UK Govt’s Role In The Invasion Of Darbar Sahib Complex To Commence

Last week in the interests of openness and transparency in the conduct of public affairs a four year long struggle to disclose secret files and papers from 1984 under the 30 year rule

The Nanking Massacre, Amritsar Massacre 1984 And The Film You Must Make

Every Sikh must watch City of Life and Death if they are intent on creating a unique film and memory around the Sikh genocide.

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

Rare Sikh Manuscripts Of Sik Reference Library To Be Digitised, Will Be Available Online

Now the rare Sikh manuscripts, documents, articles and literature that are enhancing the grace of Sikh reference library will soon be available just a just a click away

Court Order Directing Compensation to Jodhpur (June 1984) Sikh Detainees: Punjab AG Advises Government Against Filing Appeal

As per media reports the Advocate-General of Punjab has advised the statement government against filing of appeal against an Amritsar court order directing the Centre and state governments to award compensation of Rs 4 lakh each to 40 Sikhs who were detained in a Jodhpur jail for four to five years after invasion of Indian Army at Darbar Sahib Amritsar complex in June 1984.

Darbar Sahib Head Granthi tells Panthic groups not to allow installation of Indira Gandhi’s statue in Punjab

Darbar Sahib Head Granthi Giani Jagtar Singh today called upon the Sikh organisations not to allow the Congress to install statute of former prime minister Indira Gandhi in Punjab.

1984 Amritsar Massacre Report To Expose Massive UK Government Cover Up

British government is covering up the full extent of Margaret Thatcher’s support for India’s crack down on Sikhs in 1984, a new report will say.

Conservative MPs declare support for independent public inquiry on Thatcher involvement in 1984 Sikh Genocide: Sikh Federation UK

The 15th Sikh Federation (UK) National Sikh Convention at Guru Nanak Gurdwara, Sedgley Street, Wolverhampton on September 17 was attended by Sikhs from across the UK and Europe.

Pakistani Punjabi Poet Afzal Ahsan Randhawa who penned the pain of June 1984 Ghallughara passes away

Famous Pakistani Punjabi poet Afzal Ahsan Randhawa, who had penned the pain of June 1984 Ghallughara passes away, passed away today.

Declassify Records Related To June 1984 Military Attack On Darbar Sahib & November 1984 Sikh Genocide: Subramanian Swamy

Hindutva leaning MP of Rajya Sabha Subramaniam Swamy has moved a resolution in the Indian parliament, terming the military invasion of Darbar Sahib complex "deeply

SGPC May Approach New Indian President On Looted Manuscripts

The Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) has stated that it may approach newly elected

Newly Released FCO Files Reveal British Army Had Direct Involvement In June 1984 Sikh Genocide

In a written statement issued on Thursday (July 20) the Sikh Federation UK said that newly released FCO files suggest that British Army had direct involvement in June 1984 Sikh genocide.

Damdami Taksal’s Ultimatum to Maharashtra: Remove Objectionable reference from Text Book or prepare to face petition

Damdami Taksal, having its headquarters in Chowk Mehta, has taken serious notice of a text book of Maharashtra school curriculum which makes wrongful reference to the Sikh martyrs.

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