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Press Conference by Panth Sewaks After NIA Raids Khalsa Aid and Sikh Diaspora Leaders’ Houses

Members of the Panth Sevak Collective today addressed a press conference stating that India's investigative agency, the NIA, has raided the homes of leaders of Sikh organizations abroad, most prominently Khalsa Aid, in an attempt to target the reputation and ultimately, undermine the collective capacities of Sikhs.

NIA Conducts Raids at Various Places in Punjab, Including Khalsa AID’s Office

India’s National Investigation Agency (NIA) today conducted raids at various places across Punjab. As per reports, NIA has conducted raids at Patiala, Hoshiarpur, Barnala and Goraya areas.

Kartarpur Sahib Corridor: Sikh Soft Power

Ever since the inauguration of the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor, three months ago, in November 2019, it has drawn the attention of media and strategic analysts in South Asia, and outside the region, for different reasons.

Sikh Groups Send Relief Material, Supplies to Set up Langars at Flood Hit Kerala

Whereas various Hindutva elements are blaming ‘beef eaters’ for flood catastrophe in Kerala, more Sikh groups are coming forward to extend helping hands to people of Kerala on humanitarian grounds.

Kerala Floods: Khalsa Aid Volunteers Reach Kochi, Set up Langar to Feed 8000 People

As Kerala reels under its worst flood in nearly a century, Sikh volunteers from the Khalsa Aid International, the UK based philanthropist group, have reached the state to help the flood victims.

Khalsa Aid CEO Ravi Singh Turn Down “Indian of the Year” Award Nomination Offer

International humanitarian aid organisation Khalsa Aid CEO Ravi Singh has turned down a nomination offer for an Indian Award.

Khalsa Aid Symbolises Humanity: NDTV Prime Time Features Sikh Humanitarian Aid Group

A Prime Time show on a mainstream TV channel in the Indian subcontinent today featured the work of Sikh humanitarian aid group "Khalsa Aid". "Khalsa Aid Symbolises Humanity" (मानवता की मिसाल है खालसा एड) was the title of Prime Time show hosted by presenter and senior journalist Ravish Kumar.

Rohingya Muslims crisis: ‘Guru ka langar’ begins at Bangladesh-Myanmar border

Three days after Sikh volunteers from Khalsa Aid (India) arrived in Bangladesh-Myanmar border to begin relief work for Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar, they finally got the go ahead from the Bangladesh government to start the Guru ka langar (community kitchen preparing and serving fresh hot meals) on Thursday.

Rohingya Pogrom: Khalsa Aid Volunteers Assisting Violence Hit Rohingya Muslims Refugees

Sikh Organisation 'Khalsa Aid' know for its humanitarian efforts for people suffering from natural disaster or political conflict has its team of volunteers

Water crisis: In Drought Hit Maharashtra, Sikhs lend a helping hand

As Maharashtra continues to battle extreme water crisis due to drought, a group of Sikhs from Punjab are providing relief by bringing potable water to their doorstep.

UK based charity comes to rescue of injured Kashmiri Sikh teacher

Daljit Singh, a Kashmiri Sikh teacher who suffered serious face injuries during a ReT protest in Srinagar last week got a relief after a Sikh philanthropist body Khalsa Aid contacted his family for immediate assistance.

United Sikhs, Khalsa Aid reach out earthquake hit Nepal with humanitarian aid

Nepal has been hit with a devastating earthquake which has shaken the entire country to its core. The 7.8 magnitude earthquake has killed more than 3,326 people, displaced countless more and has completely torn at the fabric of the nation as scores of children have become orphans.

Social Educational Welfare Association (SEWA) announces Sikh Awards 2014

SEWA, in association with International Fateh Academy (IFA), endeavors to honour those Gursikh personalities who are dedicated to the service of Sikhism and humanity, in its ‘Sikh Awards’ ceremony organized every year.

“I trust you. Do you know what I mean? … I trust you Sikhs”

He then questioned ‘you're Sikhs, aren't you?’, to which we replied ‘yes’. He then went on to state ‘my dad was serving with Sikhs in Burma and India. He always told me that he trusted the Sikhs. I trust you, do you know what I mean? I trust you Sikhs’. He then gave us a firm handshake and walked away.

SGPC, United Sikhs, Khalsa Aid engage in humanitarian aid in flood hit Jammu and Kashmir

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir is facing one of the worst flood situation of past several decades and there is a dire need of help to millions who have been affected by this calamity. Various Sikh bodies, including Amritsar based Shriomani Gurdwara Prabhadak Committee (SGPC), UK based Khalsa Aid and US based United Sikhs, are engaged in providing humanitarian in flood hit areas.

Khalsa Aid (UK) launches relief mission in minorities fleeing ISIS

London, United Kingdom (August 17, 2104): A UK based humanitarian aid NGO, Khalsa Aid has reportedly launched its relief mission in Iraq to assist the fleeing minority communities including Yazidis being persecuted in Iraq.

Khalsa Aid (UK) helps rescue Indians, Punjabis stranded in Iraq

It is learnt that Khalsa Aid, an international humanitarian organisation based in the UK, has been working closely with comedian-turned-politician Bhagwant Mann to rescue the ...

UK: Sikh humanitarian help NGO leads flood rescue efforts

London, UK (February 12, 2014): It is learnt that a British Sikh charity set up to help victims in disaster zones has reportedly become one of the first NGOs to despatch humanitarian aid to people affected by floods in South-Western England.

India: The Khalsa Aid launches relief operations in Uttrakhand

Uttrakhand, India (June 23, 2013): According to a news letter the Khalsa Aid (KA), a UK based humanitarian help NGO, has launched relief operations on ...