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Speech of Dr. Sewak Singh on June 1984 Ghallughara and Contemporary situation of the Sikh panth

This is video recording of youth Sikh scholar Dr. Sewak Singh's Speech at Sydney Gurdwara Sahib about June 1984 Ghallughara. This video was recorded during a Samagam held at the Gurdwara Sahib to mark anniversary of June 1984 Ghallugara.

Green Party’s Sikh candidate for general elections in Australia targeted with racist flayers

A Sikh candidate, Alexandra Kaur Bhathal, who is contesting the General Election for Australia’s Greens Party has reportedly been targeted with racist flyers.

Australian Sikh Sangat to mark Khalistan Day on April 30

Sikh sangat of Gurdwara Sahib Guru Gobind Singh, Glossop (Riverland) SA Australia will be holding a samagam to mark “the Khalistan Day” on April 30, 2016.

Nanakshahi New Year to be celebrated in Australia with support of State Govt. of Victoria: SSCA

Nanakshahi New Year 548 is being celebrated on March 12 by Supreme Sikh Council of Australia with the support of State Govt of Victoria at Plenty Ranges Conference Centre.

Australian Prime Minister and Vic Premier sends message on Nanakshahi New Year

Australian Prime Minister Mr. Malcolm Turnbull has congratulated the Sikh Community worldwide on the start of 548th Sikh or Nanakshahi New Year.

World Sikh Conference in Melbourne (Australia) from 10 March

Sikh in Australia are going to organise an event called “World Sikh Conference” from March 10 to 13 in Melbourne. The conference is being organised with the help of global Sikh community, maintains the Sikh Council of Australia, main organiser of the event.

Australian Sikh student under shock after being mocked, attacked for wearing turban

A suspected racial attack on a teenager Sikh student in Melbourne has held him and his family in deep shock. Harjeet Singh, 13, was assaulted, mocked and threatened with being stabbed for wearing a turban.

Australian Sikh woman Sukhjit Kaur’s poem on racism going viral

“If you’re not in Australia, ‘where the bloody hell are ya?’ Remember the Bingle jingle, inviting the world to mix and mingle?

Sikh Helpline launch in Australia

With the aim of providing much needed support platform for Sikhs in Australia, the Sikh Helpline service is launched by Red Khanda Inc. The Helpline sewa run by volunteers will provide Australia-wide sangat confidential counselling, information and help on various issues in Punjabi and English.

Punjabi cabbies to participate in Canberra taxi strike to protest against Uber

A number of Punjabi taxi owners and drivers in the capital city of Australia are planning to go on a strike on Wednesday (September 16) to protest the arrival of ride-sharing company "Uber" in the city.

Meet the selfless migrant Sikh taxi driver who feeds homeless in Darwin

A Sikh migrant taxi who cooks up 30 kilograms of authentic Indian cuisine to feed the homeless after his night shift is being hailed 'Australian of The Day'.

Australia: Sikh grandfather leaps into path of speeding train to save baby girl

A 62-year-old Sikh man did not think twice before leaping in front of an approaching train to save his 18-month-old granddaughter at an Australian railway station, media reports said on Tuesday.

Australia: Sikh sangat marks 31st anniversary of Ghallughara June 1984 in Sydney

Sikh Sangat of Australia organised a “Shaheedi Samagam” last week to mark the 31st anniversary of ‘Ghallughara June 1984’ at Gurudwara Sahib of Glenwood (Parkley) in Western Sydney. The samgam was organised by the Gurdwara Sahib in association of the Sikh Federation of Australia and Australian Sikh Association.

Now offensive cartoon in Australian newspaper shows a Sikh smoking

Australia’s Sikh community has expressed outrage over a cartoon depicting a Sikh man smoking a cigar, which was published in the Herald Sun on Thursday. The issue was given a hype by SBS Punjabi as it posted a Facebook post in this regard.

Europe: No screenings of Nanak Shah Fakir movie as Sikhs reject and oppose it

Film-maker Harinder Sikka’s claims regarding worldwide success of controversial movie Nanak Shah Fakir are now proved to be fake. Reports from across the globe suggest that the movie has been rejected and opposed by the global Sikh community, including the Sikh diaspora sections.

Online Petition demands ban on Nanak Shah Fakir Movie in Australia

An online petition posted on by a user named (from Melbourne, Australia) demands ban on upcoming movie Nank Shah Fakir for depicting Guru Nanak Dev Ji and His family.

Oz Sikhs mark “Birthday” of Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale

Sikhs in Australia's Melbourne city held a samagam to mark birthday of Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale. The Samagam was organnized by Khalsa Shouni Plumpton with the support of Akhand Kirtani Jatha Australia, Khalsa Shouni Shepparton, Sikh Federation Australia, Dal Baba Bidhi Chand and Damdami Taksal Ranjit Gatka Akhara, besides certain other Sikh organizations.

Australia: Sikhs demonstrated outside Thai consulate; Allege torture on Jagtar Singh Tara in India

Australia's Sikh community today rallied in front of the Thai consulate in Melbourne on 9th February. They were protesting against alleged illegal extradition of Jagtar Singh Tara at the call of Sikhs for Justice (SFJ).

Sikh man skydives wearing turban to protest ban

A Sikh man Harjinder Singh Kukreja reportedly skydived from a plane while wearing a turban. He said that his move was aimed at spreading awareness against ban on turbans imposed by various institutions or countries.

OP-ED: Depicting Sikh Gurus in Cartoon/ Animation mode amounts to “spiritual suicide”

S. Vijaypal Singh has written a detailed article explaining that how ‘anti-Sikh’ forces are constantly making efforts to dilute the ‘Image’ of ‘Sikh Gurus’ through ‘books and writings’, ‘pictures/ paintings’ and now through ‘cartoon’ and ‘animation’ movies.

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