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U.S. Deported 929 ‘Indians’ in 2019; Highest in Last 5 Years: NAPA

The U.S. authorities deported 929 Indian, including 42 women, this year. The number is highest in last five years. Disclosing it here Satnam Singh Chahal, director of North American Punjabi Association, said that the information collected from United States' Immigration and Customs Enforcement through Freedom of Information Act disclosed that in 2014 only 87 Indian were deported from USA- six of them were women.

Sikh Teenage Boy Shot Dead in California (USA)

In an extreme case of brutality a 17-year-old Sikh boy was found shot dead in the garage of his California home last week, prompting police to launch an investigation.

NRI group (NAPA) warns against ban on Udta Punjab movie

North American Punjab Association (NAPA), an NRI group, has warned Punjab government against invoking ban on upcoming movie “Udta Punjab”.

Patiala House: NAPA seek Suspension of Delhi Police Chief for not protecting JNU students, Journalists

While expressing its solidarity with JNU Students and Journalists who were attacked in Patiala house court US Based North American Punjabi Association (NAPA) demanded immediate suspension of Delhi Police Chief B.S.Bassi who totally failed to protect the Journalists in the court.

NRI body slams Punjab Police for not allowing daughter to meet Bapu Surat Singh Khalsa

"This is not only a violation of human rights but is also a murder of tall claims of our government for the largest democracy in the world", an NRI body said in a press release while referring to police crackdown against Sikh activist Surat Singh Khasla's peaceful struggle to secure release of Sikh political prisoners.

Hindutva preacher Ramdev lands in mutiple troubles; NRI body seeks Ramdev’s immideate arrest

Milpitas, California (May 05, 2014): Hindutva preacher and Yoga trainer Baba Ramdev seems to have landed in another trouble as he is accused of hurting the Sikh religious sentiments. Ramdev was seen as sitting on the stage while a portrait of Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji was place on floor near the stage. Various Sikh bodies have been demanding immediate arrest of Ramdev.

Indian Minorities ask California Governor Brown to reject Indian Consulate Rally

Sacramento, USA (September 09, 2012): A US based coalition of minorities of Indian origin asked Governor Jerry Brown on Thursday to cancel his planned appearance at a Sacramento rally intended to honor the victims of the Wisconsin Sikh Temple shooting. The group insists rally organizer North American Punjabi Association (NAPA) and the Indian state are using the September 8 rally, which features India’s Consul General N. Parthasarthi, to sanitize the reality of India’s ongoing human rights abuses.