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Sikhs Experiencing Institutional Racism in Britain: Sikh Federation UK

Labour MP for Birmingham Edgbaston Preet Kaur Gill here on Tuesday and Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for UK Sikhs challenged Amber Rudd,

Cabinet Office Minister Needs To Improve His Understanding Of The Legal Status Of Sikhs, Says MP Preet Kaur Gill

Here on Wednesday Preet Kaur Gill MP reportedly challenged the Cabinet Office Minister Rt. Hon. Damian Green in Parliament on the failure of public bodies

British PM’s Race Audit silent on discrimination against Sikhs by public bodies

Sikh organisations consulted by the Cabinet Office are incensed at the failure to address data gaps and have declared the Prime Minister may have given the green light to public bodies to continue to discriminate against the minority Sikh community despite protection under race laws.

Sikh Lords May Stare Exit From UK Parliament

The House of Lords agreed unanimously on 5 December 2016 that their numbers should be reduced by stating "that this House believes that its size should be reduced,

Pro-India media making Desperate Attempts to Undermine Sikh demand for Separate Identity Column in British Census: Sikh Federation UK

Days after publication of a media report in an English vernacular published from Chandigarh (India), the Sikh Federation UK - an organisation of Sikhs in England, has accused Indian media for making desperate attempts to undermine the Sikh demand for separate identity column in British census.

Around 100 UK MP’s Endorse Non-Indian Ethnic Identity Move Of Sikhs

Around 100 British MPs cutting across party lines have aligned with a Sikh organisation known as Sikh Federation UK to endorse and support the demand for separate coulmn for Sikhs in census.

Conservative MPs declare support for independent public inquiry on Thatcher involvement in 1984 Sikh Genocide: Sikh Federation UK

The 15th Sikh Federation (UK) National Sikh Convention at Guru Nanak Gurdwara, Sedgley Street, Wolverhampton on September 17 was attended by Sikhs from across the UK and Europe.

British MPs Back Sikh Demand for Seperate Identity Column in Census

APPG for British Sikhs and Sikh Federation (UK) met with Deputy National Statistician seeking a separate Sikh ethnic tick box in the Census 2021.

Sikh Council UK Hosts Panthic Submit, Key Sikh Issues Discussed & Resolutions Apporved

United Kingdom based Sikh advocacy group Sikh Council UK here on Saturday 2nd September 2017 hosted a large panthic gathering at Guru Tegh Bahadur Gurdwara.

Diaspora Sikh groups announce to form World Sikh Parliament

The representatives of various diaspora Sikh organizationsrecently held a meeting a meeting in England and decided to form an organisation called: "The World Sikh Parliament".

Kashmirs & Sikhs Jointly Protest In London On Indian I-Day

As per the media sources a strong joint protest by Kashmiris and Sikhs was witnessed outside the Indian High Commission in London on Tuesday that produced a

Reflections five years after the Oak Creek (Wisconsin, USA) Gurdwara shootings

On the morning of 5 August 2012, Sikh community members in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, gathered at their local gurdwara for their regular Sunday Diwan. As worshippers arrived, a gunman — later discovered to have white supremacist ties — opened fire.

Singh Sabha demand last rights of Maharaja Duleep Singh be performed in Punjab

The Black Prince, a Hollywood movie on Maharaja Duleep Singh's life and struggle has triggered discussion in Sikh intellectual circles of Punjab that his remains should be brought back to Punjab and his last rites should be performed as per Sikh traditions.

Punjabi Cultural Council honours MP Tanmanjit Singh Dhesi with ‘Punjab Gaurav Award’

Punjabi Cultural Council in its annual function honoured first turbaned Sikh Britain parliament member Tanmanjit Singh Dhesi with 'Punjab Gaurav Award'.

MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi Promises to make efforts for Independent Probe into British Role in June 1984 Attack

First Dastardhari Sikh parliamentarian Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi is visiting Punjab. He paid obeisance at the Darbar Sahib on Wednesday (July 26). Interacting with media person he said that he would make efforts for independent probe into British role in June 1984 attack on Darbar Sahib by Indian Army.

British Sikh Judge Appointed To UK Court Of Appeal

As per the media reports a British Sikh judge becomes the first from the Indian sub-continent

Newly Released FCO Files Reveal British Army Had Direct Involvement In June 1984 Sikh Genocide

In a written statement issued on Thursday (July 20) the Sikh Federation UK said that newly released FCO files suggest that British Army had direct involvement in June 1984 Sikh genocide.

FSO (UK) to question Kirtani Jatha who attended SSP Swaran Ghotna’s Bhog

Federation of Sikh Organisations has announced to question a Kirtani Jatha who is accused of performing kirtan during former Punjab Police SSP Swaran Ghotna’s bhog ceremony.

Sikhs in Europe to hold ‘EU Sikh Relations & Sikh Identity Conference’ in Bruxelles on July 18

Sikhs in Europe will be holding "EU Sikh Relations & Sikh Identity Conference" in Bruxelles, Belgium on Tuesday (July 18) to discuss issued concerning Sikhs in mainland Europe after Brexit.

UK Sikh MP Preet Kaur Gill Chosen For Influential Home Affairs Select Committee

The Sikh Federation UK said in a statement that UK Sikh MP Preet Kaur Gill is Chosen For Influential Home Affairs Select Committee.

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