Melbourne (January 30, 2010): The New South Wales police ruled out a race angle in the murder of Ranjodh Singh, a contact worker of Indian Origin; and arrested three Indians, including a young couple, for the crime.
Chandigarh (January 29, 2010): Lawyers for human rights International in a statement has said that it was shocked by the treatment given to Barrister and Solicitor Parminder Singh Saini by the Canadian authorities and Indian authorities.
New Delhi (January 28, 2010): In what may come as a shocker to the Sikh Nation and an embarrassment to the Canadian government, which two days ago deported Parminder Singh Saini, after a 15 year peaceful stay in Canada; the Indian authorities have detained him in Tihar prison in Delhi.
Jalandhar (January 27, 2010): Seeking rule of law and honouring of all commitments –oral and written made by Indian leaders to Sikh Nation at the time of the independence, the Dal Khalsa wrote a letter to Government of India on constitutional and legal discriminations.
Ludhiana/ Toronto (January 27, 2010): News has arrived from Toronoto that a convicted hijacker, Parminder Singh Saini, who came to Canada 15 years ago under a false identity was deported Tuesday morning.
Melbourne (January 27, 2010): Reports of attacks on students of Indian origin hit newspapers headline regularly. Australia has a multi-cultural population and in recent years many students from Asian countries have migrated here. Students of Indian origin form considerable portion of such migrant learners.
Ludhiana (January 27, 2010): In a news letter sent by Sikhs for Justice on 26th January, it is informed that in furtherance of the November 1984 “Insaaf lehar”, Victims, survivors and other conscientious individuals gathered and formed “November 1984 Sikh Massacre Justice Committee”.
Melbourne (January 27, 2010): The Sikh Federation of Australia has written to Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and Prime Minister of India Dr. Manmohan Singh to take urgent action against irresponsible Indian media who are creating sensation on the issue of attacks on Indian students in Australia.
Melbourne (January 27, 2010): The situation of students of Indian origin in Oz is turning worse as recurring reports of fresh attacks are coming out. As per reports from Melbourne (Australia), two more students of Indian origin were attacked by some mischievous elements on 26th January, here.
Srinagar (January 27, 2010): Amidst all claims regarding taking control over situation in Kashmir, it seems that India feared August 2008 like situation in Lal Chowk of Srinagar and dared to hold its’ Tricolour Flag, here, on 26th of January, observed as Republic Day by Indian State.
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