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Sikh Scribe Writes Open Letter to Mehbooba Mufti About Betrayal of Sikhs by J&K Government

Pardeep Singh Dardi, a Srinagar based Sikh journalist, has written an open letter to Mehbooba Mufti- former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir.

Sikh Man Took Off Turban to Help Bleeding Woman Who Was Hit By A Truck In Kashmir

A report in Kashmir Life notes that a Sikh boy converted his turban into an instant band-aid to help a seriously bleeding lady who had met an accident. The quick intervention prevented in her blood loss and she survived.

SAD (Amritsar) delegation seeks justice for Sikhs killed in Jammu and Kashmir

A delegation of Youth Akali Dal Amritsar, a wing of Shiromani Akali Dal Amritsar (Mann) led by S. Simranjeet Singh Mann, handed over a memorandum to the Additional Divisional Commissioner of Jammu seeking justice for the Sikhs massacred by Indian state in J&K province.

SGPC panel completes assessment of flood damages in J&K: 124 Sikh houses were destroyed

Amritsar, Punjab: After assessing the loss of life and property caused by the devastating floods in Jammu and Kashmir, the SGPC panel has submitted a detailed report to SGPC chief Avtar Singh Makkar.

All Party Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) addressing the press [File Photo]

All Party Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) threatens J&K govt. over dilution of Minority Act

Kashmir, Srinagar (February 24, 2014): All Parties Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) has threatened of dire consequences if the state government dilutes the Minority Act in the state.

All Party Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) addressing the press [File Photo]

Kashmir: Sikhs demand transparent probe into 36 Sikh Massacre

Kashmir/ Srinagar (February 04, 2014): Expressing dismay that Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah did not mention about the killing of 36 Sikhs at Chattisinghpora in March 2000 during his meeting with Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh of All Parties Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) yesterday (February 03) said that killings at Chattisinghpora are closely related with the Pathribal fake encounter and killing of civilians at Brakpora.

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Dal Khalsa took exception over the closure of the Pathribal fake encounter case

Hoshiarpur, Punjab (January 27, 2014): Dal Khalsa took exception over the closure of the Pathribal fake encounter case terming it travesty of justice. The organization asked the international community to influence the Indian political leadership to deliver justice to victims families notwithstanding its army's adamant stand on it.

Nanak Singh survived, his youngest son, brother (in photos) and cousins did not.

‘Pathribal linked to Chatisinghpora’- Sikh bodies say ‘clean chit’ to accused Army-men a shame

Anantnag, Kashmir (January 26, 2014): Terming the exoneration of Army officers involved in the Pathribal fake encounter as shameful, All Party Sikh Co-ordination Committee (APSCC) and the families of Chatisinghpora massacre victims sought investigation into the killing of 36 Sikhs in March 2000.

Gurdwara Chhevin Patshashi Sahib, Baramulla

Op-ED: Let’s not dissipate relics of our glorious past

This article does not aim at criticizing proliferation of Gurdwaras undertaken by Baba`s in various parts of India, but underscores the indispensable need to protect and preserve the historic material evidences which keeps us attached with relics of our rich past. In the recent past Baba's have undertaken on large scale construction of historical Gurdwaras.

All Party Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) addressing the press [File Photo]

Sikhs to observe minority day as ‘black day’ in J&K: APSCC

Srinagar, Kashmir (December 22, 2013 - reported by Mir Iqbal): All Party Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) today said the minority community will observe minority day as the “Black day” in the Jammu and Kashmir, as the government has failed to extend the privileges under India's Commission of Minority Act in the state.