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ECI Wronged in Removing IG Kunwar Partap Singh as SIT member: Victims’ Kins, Sikh group meet CEC

A delegation comprising the family members of the two Sikhs killed in October 2015 in indiscriminate firing by the police in Behbal Kalan, along with Dal Khalsa leaders Harpal Singh Cheema, Kanwarpal Singh and human rights activist Jagmohan Singh met the Chief Electoral Officer Punjab Dr. Raju and handed over a memorandum for the Chief Election Commissioner of India seeking reinstatement of SIT key investigator Kunwar Vijay Partap Singh.

Prof. Jagmohan Singh’s Speech on Role of Sikhs in Delhi in Contemporary Panthic Situation

World Sikh News Editor Prof. Jagmohan Singh shared his views during a discussion on Contemporary Panthic Situation and Role of Sikhs in Delhi held by Delhi Fateh Jatha, a co-ordination groups of Sikh youth activists in Delhi.

First Session of ‘Panthic Assembly’ Concludes; Copy of Resolutions

The two days event organised under the title of "Panthic Assembly" concluded in Amritsar today. The event took place on the lines of a 'session' of an assembly institution of parliamentary setup.

Sikh Bodies Call “Panthic Assembly” on Oct. 20-21 to Discuss Beadbi Issue

The Sikh citizens' Panthic Assembly comprising 117 individuals from Punjab and outside has been convened to chalk out a well-thought and deliberated policy and strategy to counter sacrilege of Guru Granth Sahib in the State and neighbouring states, as well as to ensure that the guilty of sacrilege and police firing at Behbal Kalan, Kotkapura and Bargari are brought to justice.

Social Media And Sikh response: by Prof Jagmohan Singh

This is the Video recording of the speech delivered by Prof. Jagmohan Singh ( Editor World Sikh News)

Prof Jagmohan Singh | Need to Activate Gram Sabha to Revive Village Communities in Punjab

Punjab Bachao, Pind Bachao Committee on July 29, 2018 held a discussion on Topic "Panchayat Elections, Village and Gram Sabha" in Chandigarh ahead of Village Panchayat Elections in Punjab.

On 40th Foundation Day, Pro-Freedom Sikh Group Expresses Determination for Khalistan

As Dal Khalsa completes its 40-year struggle for Sikh sovereignty, the organisation held a conference in the city where it was launched on 13 August 1978.

Struggle for Khalistan & 40 Years of Dal Khalsa: WSN Editor’s Interview with Kanwarpal Singh

As Dal Khalsa announced celebrations of its 40-year struggle for Sikh sovereignty, Jagmohan Singh, the editor of The World Sikh News catches up with the sheet anchor of the Dal Khalsa organisation –Kanwarpal Singh, who since the last two decades has given a new facelift to the organisation and spread the ideology of Sikh freedom across the state of Punjab. This interview with the spokesperson of the body takes a deep look into its past, analyzes the present and provides a glance at the future of the organization as well as the struggle for Sikh nationhood as perceived by the Dal Khalsa.

Pind Bachao Punjab Bachao Holding Discussion On Upcoming Panchayati Elections

Pind Bachao - Punjab Bachao Forum is hosting a discussion at Kissan Bhawan (Chandigarh) on 29 July (Sunday) starting form 10 am.

Debate on Anand Marriage Act, Sikh Personal Law & Sikh Identity [Qaumi Masle Ep. 1]

This is video recording of talk show on "Anand Marriage Act, Sikh Personal Law & Sikh Identity" hosted by Sikh Siyasat.

Sikh Youth of Punjab vows to address drug menace, yellow literature

Amritsar, Punjab (Sept. 30): Realizing that excellence and activism is need of the hour, the young activist’s boys and girls gathered at a call of Sikh Youth of Punjab (SYP) today resolved that they would address the issues of drug menace, disrespect to women and yellow literature with persuasion, education and arming residents of Punjab with the knowledge.

Bhai Harcharan Jit Singh Dhami addressing the SYP conference

Stressing on unity within Panth, Dal Khalsa cautioned leaders to avoid controversial issues that tend to create internal divide

Hoshiarpur, Punjab (November 24, 2013): Dal Khalsa head Bhai Harcharan Jeet Singh Dhami stressed on unity amongst Sikhs and called upon leaders of the community to be sensitive towards the Sikh situation and avoid controversial issues that have a potential of creating bad blood within the community.

Recent amendment to Anand Marriage Act – achievement for the Sikhs or fraud with the Sikhs?

Ludhiana, Punjab (May 28, 2012): Whereas, many circles of Sikh diaspora and Badal Dal leaders are busy in hailing the "success" in getting Anand Marriage Act, 1909 amended in the Indian Parliament, Sikh academicians and scholars have taken strong exception to the generalized view in this matter and have termed the recent amendment as a “fraud” with the Sikhs.