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Indian Constitution, Electoral Process & Right to Self Determination: Resolutions Adopted by Dal Khalsa

This is video recording of speech of Dal Khalsa spokesperson Kanwarpal Singh who also read the resolutions adopted during the convention.

Bhai Harpal Singh Cheema’s Speech During Amritsar Convention by Dal Khalsa

A Pro-Freedom Sikh group, Dal Khalsa, held a convention at Amritsar on "Indian Constitution, Electoral System and Right to Self Determination.

Kohnoor: Its between Sikh Nation & British Government and India has no locus standi: Dal Khalsa

Asserting that Sikh people were the only legitimate heirs to the Kohinoor diamond and many other artifacts and symbols of the erstwhile Sikh rule that adorns the museums in UK, the Dal Khalsa said neither the petitioner in the Supreme Court nor the government of India have any locus standi to claim the Kohinoor.

Aam Aadmi Party and the Sikhs — How Sikhs should deal with AAP (by S. Ajmer Singh)

This clip is video recording of S. Ajmer Singh's lecture, in which he expressed his views about the rise of Aam Aadmi Party, it's leadership, situations in which it emerged and on certain stands taken by it. He also expressed his views that how the Sikh nationalist leadership should deal with Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).

Shaheed Beant Singh’s son Sarbjeet Singh honored at Akal Takht Sahib

Sikh Nation honoured kin of Indira Gandhi’s assassins at Akal Takht

Amritsar, Punjab (October 31, 2013): The SGPC along with Dal Khalsa and Akali Dal Panch Pardani today observed the martyrdom day of Bhai Beant Singh, who assassinated late Indira Gandhi the then Prime Minister of India 29 years ago on this day.

Bhai Sarbjeet Singh (son of Shaheed Beant Singh) along with his son participating in Shaheedi Samagam at Akal Takht Sahib

Bhai Beant Singh’s martyrdom day observed at Akal Takht; Kin honored by Jathedar, Sikh bodies

Amritsar, Punjab (October 31, 2013): An annual function was held this morning at Akal Takht Sahib to mark the 29th martyrdom anniversary of Shaheed Beant Singh who had laid his life while punishing Indira Gandhi for ordering attack on holiest Sikh shrine – Darbar Sahib, Amritsar.

Sikh Scholar S. Ajmer Singh

Sardar Ajmer Singh on current challenges before the Sikh nation in Punjab & India

Sikh Scholar, Writer and Thinker Sirdar Ajmer Singh is currently visiting United Kingdom. This is video recording to speech by S. Ajmer Singh at Gurdwara Guru Tegh Bahadur, Leicester. This speech was delivered by S. Ajmer Singh on October 13, 2013.

J&K High Court turns hostile towards different nationalities; Says all must adhere to Indian identity only

Jammu & Kashmir, India (October 13, 2013): A recent observation by a Jammu and Kashmir High Court judge about Indian nationalism is being terms as “landmark” by the Indian media. According to media reports while taking up the petition of Kashmiri Pandits, who had sought issuance of directions to the state government and other official respondents for protecting and preserving some of their religious places in the Valley, the judge said that in Indian constitutional scheme, a citizen of India is only an Indian.

Why Indian media outcries at Akal Takhat honoring national Sikh martyrs?

On January 06, 2013 Bhai Kehar Singh and Bhai Satwant Singh were remembered by the Sikh nation on their martyrdom day. Akal Takhat Sahib, Shiromani Gurudwara Prabhandak Committee (SGPC) and Sikh sangat observed their martyrdom day by organizing a function at Gurudwara Jhanda-Bunga Sahib near Sri Akal Takhat for three days.

UN secretary General Ban-ki-moon

Dal Khalsa writes to UN secretary General cataloguing the voices of Sikhs worldwide

Chandigarh- Dal Khalsa has written a letter to UN secretary General Ban-ki-moon cataloguing the voices of Sikhs worldwide to mark the 1984 Holocaust week. Expressing the desire to see a peaceful and prosperous world, the organization’s secretary for Political Affairs Kanwar Pal has requested the UN to listen to the voice of the beleaguered Sikh community, particularly the voice of those Sikhs whose family and friends were brutally assaulted and killed [...]

Sikh Nation’s annual blood drive aims to keep alive memory of innocent Sikhs murdered in India

Surrey – Members of the world-wide renowned and internationally acclaimed Sikh Nation, which began a revolutionary movement of remembering the over 30,000 Sikhs murdered in 1984 in India by donating blood in the month of November, gathered in Surrey this week to apprise the local media of this year’s drive that has collected drum loads of blood and saves the lives of over 67,000 people so far.

Darbar Sahib Complex and Shaheedi Memorials

Memorial Issue: Desist from adding fuel to fire – Dal Khalsa to Indian State

Amritsar/Punjab (October 13, 2012): Dal Khalsa has taken exception to the Central government’s proposed move to invoke Religious Institutions (Prevention of Misuse) Act, 1988, to stop the construction work on memorial being raised in memory of Sikh martyrs of June 1984 attack.

Sikh History featured at San Francisco Asian Art Museum

San Francisco, USA (October 8, 2012): According to a news report a gallery featuring Sikh history through pictures and artifacts is currently at display at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, located on 200 Larkin Street.

Assault on Brar in London: 12 arrested, Identities not revealed yet

London/Punjab (October 10, 2012): According to media reports the police in United Kingom has arrested 12 persons, including 2 women, in furtherance of their investigations into incident of attack on former Indian army officer Kuldip Brar outside a hotel in London last Sunday. Kuldip Brar had led armed invasion of various Sikh Gurudwaras in June 1984, including Sri Darbar Sahib in Amritsar. Thousands, mostly innocent pilgrims were killed in this attack and Indian army used Tanks to destroy the building of Sri Akal Takhat Sahib, eternal symbol of Sikh sovereignty.

Darbar Sahib Complex and Shaheedi Memorials

Captain Amrinder’s lies on Memorial Issue – & True facts about Darbar Sahib complex & Sikh memorials

Amritsar/Ludhiana (July 06, 2012): Congress leader and former Punjab chief minister Captain Amrinder Singh in his another misleading statement has opposed Sikh memorial for Saka Darbar Sahib (June 1984), when Indian army invaded the sacred complex of Sri Darbar Sahib Amritsar. [...] Capitan Amrinder Singh's claims and opposition regarding place and form of memorial is unfounded. Either He is totally ignorant of Sikh history or he is deliberately lying to show his loyalty to Delhi. [...]

Kuldip Nayyar has apologized to Sikhs – an attempt to repair his damaged image

Jalandhar/Ludhiana (July 15, 2012): As per information available with "Sikh Siyasat" journalist Kuldeep Nayar has tendered an unconditional apology to the Sikhs for the “unintentional” hurt caused to the community for certain remarks in his autobiography ‘Beyond the Lines: An Autobiography’.

Bhai Dilawar Singh National martyr and Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana Living martyr: Akal Takhat; Sikh bodies declare extensive protest plan

Sri Amritsar, Punjab (March 23, 2012): Sri Akal Takhat Sahib today declared Bhai Dilawar Singh as "National Martyr of the Sikh Nation", and Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana is awarded the title of "living martyr of the Sikh Nation". Five Jathedars have directed Punjab Chief Minister and Badal Dal Patron Parkash Singh Badal and Sukhbir Singh Badal (President of Badal Dal) and Avtar Singh Makkar President of Shiromani Gurudwara Prabhandak Committee to meet President of India and seek release of Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana and convey sentiments of the Sikh nation to the Indian state.

India set to break death penalty mortarium, Balwant Singh Rajoana’s Black warrants issued

Chandigarh/Patiala, Punjab (February 14, 2012): As per media reports “Black Warrants” for the execusion of Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana, who has been sentenced death penalty in former Punjab Chief Minister Beant Singh’s assassination case, reached Patiala Central Jail authorities on February 13, 2012 and he will be hanged in Patiala central jail at 9 am on March 31.

Heritage Haweli related to Maharaja Ranjit Singh destroyed in Pakistan

Amritsar, Punjab (January 10, 2011): As per certain media reports a Heritage Haweli related to Sher-e-Punjab Maharaja Ranjeet Singh located in Gujranwala (West Punjab) in Pakistan was today destroyed by a certain groups of persons, who want to built a commercial shopping mall at that place,

Sehajdhari Issue – (1) HC issued notice to Centre, Punjab, SGPC and Gurudwara EC; next hearing on 8 Feb. (2) Why situation is so confusing?

The main reason behind static and confused situation on this issue could be the complex nature of issue, which on the one hand relates to the internal dynamics of the Sikh society (the definition of Sehajdhari and their role) and on the other hand it is related to relations of Sikhs with the Indian State (the Sikh Gurudwara Management Act, 1925; the role of Indian Parliament in Sikh religious affairs regarding amendment etc. of the 1925 Act and role of Indian courts being interpretting authority in relation to the said Act.).

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