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Bathinda court rejects Dera Sauda Sirsa Chief’s plea; Ordered to appear before court on Feb. 22

Bathinda, Punjab (February 11, 2013): As per reports "in what comes as major setback to Dera Sacha Sauda Sirsa chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim, a local court has upheld orders of Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Bathinda, in which the Dera chief had been directed to appear before a local court on February 22, 2013".

Human Rights bodies organized One day consultation on Human Rights and Law at Amritsar

Amritsar, Punjab (November 26, 2012): Human rights bodies namely Human Rights Law Network (HRLN), Khalsa Mission Organization (KMO) and Punjab Human Rights Organization (PHRO) organized “One day consultation on Human Rights and Law” at Om International, Putlighar at Amritsar (Punjab).

Son of Sardar – a substandard movie; but it’s good to see that the objectionable parts were removed

Ludhiana/Chandiarh, Punjab (November 18, 2012): Son of Sardar, a recent Bollywood had invited controversy as some dialogues and scenes of the movie had offended the Sikhs. The movie was released on November 13, 2012 on the eve of Diwali after removal of objectionable contents.

Chandigarh Court to hear arguments for summoning Ujjal Dosanjh on Nov. 27

Chandigarh/India (November 07, 2012): It is learnt that the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Chandigarh has fixed November 27, 2012 as the court date to hear arguments for summoning former Premier of British Columbia and a Canadian NRI politician Ujjal Dosanjh in a “defamation” case.

Ajay Devgn agreed to remove objectionable promo of “Son of Sardar” from YouTube

Chandigarh/Punjab (October 10, 2012): According to reports from reliable sources Bollywood actor-producer Ajay Devgn has agreed to remove certain objectionable dialogues and scenes from his forthcoming Hindi film 'Son of Sardar'.

Gurdaspur Killing – Div. Commission may present inquiry report in High Court on Sept. 17

Gurdaspur/Punjab (September 16, 2012): According to media reports teh Divisional Commissioner S.R.Ladhar could be soon presenting the report of probe in to the killing of a Sikh college student Jaspal Singh by police firing at Gurdaspur on March 29, 2012.

Son of Sardar controversy – Criminal complaint moved against Ajay Devgn; Next hearing on October 15

Patiala/ Punjab (September 14, 2012): According to information available with Sikh Siyasat a criminal complaint has been moved against Ajay Devgn, a Hindi film star cum producer in the Court of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Fatehgarh Sahib. The complaint has been moved by Bhai Harpal Singh Cheema s/o S. Harjinder Singh, r/o village Lohari Kalan, Tehsil Bassi Pathanan, Fatehgarh Sahib through his council Advocate Navkiran Singh.

Son of Sardar: Advo. Navkiran Singh seeks CBFC intervention; Expect resolution at Ajay Devgn-SGPC meet

Ludhiana, Punjab (September 03, 2012): According to media reports senior lawyer Navkiran Singh has sought the intervention of the Censor Board for Film Certification (CBFC) for removal of certain objectionable scenes and dialogues from actor-producer Ajay Devgn's upcoming Hindi film titled “Son of Sardaar”.

Ajay Devgn to offer clarifications to SGPC panel regarding “Son of Sardar” on Sept. 03

Amritsar/Punjab (September 02, 2012): News reports have appeared in certain dailies that Bollywood actors and producer Ajay Devgan would be visiting Punjab on September 03, 2012 offer their clarification about certain objections raised by Sikh personalities and organizations regarding upcoming Hindi Movie ‘Son of Sardar’ in which Ajay Devgan is playing lead Character of a Sikh. There are reports that Ajay Devgn would be accompanied by another Hindi film actor Sanjay Dutt and Director Ashwin Dheer.

Ajay Devgn claims that “Son of Sardaar” doesn’t hurt anybody’s sentiments

Mumbai/Chandigarh (August 30, 2012): In a strange move actor-producer Ajay Devgn has come out in defence of his upcoming film “Son Of Sardaar” saying that the content of the film projects the Sikh community in a positive manner and it will not hurt anyone's sentiment.

Hindu god Shiv’s tattoo brings more controversy for Ajay Devgn’s movie “Son of Sardar”

Chandigarh (August 29, 2012): Actor-producer Ajay Devgn's upcoming movie “Son of Sardar” in which he playing lead role of a Sikh character, is striking controversies – one after another. Two weeks back a Chandigarh based lawyer – Advocate Navkiran Singh, slammed a legal notice to Ajay Devgn demanding removal of objectionable parts from his movie that shows up Sikhs in bad light.

Ajay Devgan fails to respond to legal notice – “Son of Sardar” may face legal proceedings

Changidhar/Punjab (August 26, 2012): The term granted by legal notice to Ajay Devgan has expired and the actor-producer has failed to respond to the objections raised by Advocate Navkiran Singh, a Chandigarh based human rights lawyer regarding his upcoming movie titled "Son of Sardar".

Desecration of Turban: Statements of Jagjeet Singh (Victim), Pritam Singh (S.P.-D.) and Kulbhushan Sharma (S.H.O.)

Chandigarh, PUNJAB (April 13, 2011): Advocate Navkiran Singh has provided English translation of Statements of Mohali (28 March, 2011) incident victim S. Jagjeet Singh and both accused police officers. (Download a copy of F.I.R.)

Mass Grave of 65 and ruins of Gurudwaras burnt in November 1984 discovered

Chandigarh, PUNJAB (April 12, 2011): In a communique jointly issued by Navkiran Singh (Cheif Legal Council, INDIA), Karnail Singh Primohammad (President, AISSF) and Babu Singh Dukhiya (President, 1984 Victims Justice and Welfare Society) it is maintained that "a mass Grave of Sikhs killed in November 1984 has been discovered after 26 years at Gurudwara in 22 Block, Nagloi, No.1, Delhi where more than sixty five (65) Sikhs were burnt alive November 1984. The site where Sikhs were burnt alive killed is located in front of Gurudwara Udaseen Taran Ashram".

Join the noble cause of securing release of Prof. Bhullar – LFHRI

LAWYERS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS INTERNATIONAL on 10th October 2009, which is observed as World Day Against Death Penalty, is starting a campaign for seeking clemency from President Of India to Devender Pal Singh Bhullar, who is at present languishing in Tihar jail, New Delhi, India... KINDLY JOIN THE NOBLE CAMPAIGN TO SECURE HIS RELEASE.

LFHRI to initiate campaign against Death Sentence of Prof. Bhullar

Lawyers for Human Rights International shall start a signature campaign against death sentence awarded to Prof. Devinder Pal Singh Bullar currently lodged in Tihar Jail (Delhi).