Hoshairpur (August 30, 2010): The Dal Khalsa on Monday asked the Akal Takht and the SGPC to install the portrait of Bhai Dilawar Singh at Sikh Central Museum, Amritsar on Aug 31st to commemorate his 15th martyrdom day.
Patiala (August 30, 2010): Marking the “International Day of the Disappeared”, the Sikh Students Federation today voiced concern about the plight of persons, and their families, who have been forced to go missing at the hands of State’s security forces in Punjab during mid-1980s to 1990s.
Patiala (27 August, 2010): The Sikh Students Federation has reacted sharply against Bar Association of India’s decision to not to allow Law graduates to opt Punjabi as their medium for Lawyers eligibility test to be held on December 05.
Ludhiana (August 24, 2010): Dal Khalsa International has paid tribute to Bhai Surinderpal Singh, one of the leaders of Shiromani Akali Dal Amritsar Panch Pardhani, who passed away on the 17th of August 2010.
Amritsar (August 24, 2010): The Dal Khalsa today termed the Rajiv-Longowal accord signed two and a half decades ago as ‘fraud on Punjab’.
Amritsar (Aug 21, 2010): Referring to the issuing of unclaimed threatening letters to Kashmir valley Sikhs, the Dal Khalsa termed the move to pit Sikhs against Muslims and alleges to be the handiwork of state sponsored actors.
Following armed hostilities in 1947-1949 between India and Pakistan and intervention by the international community, the region once known as the Princely State of Jammu and Kashmir was divided. Commencing no later than October 1947, the Kashmir dispute has proved the most protracted territorial dispute in the United Nations era.
Patiala (August 17, 2010): Today Bhai Surinderpal Singh Tharua, General Secretary of SAD (Panch Pardhani), passed away. He was a close associate of Sikh leader Bhai Daljeet Singh Bittu and worked for Sikh Students Federation after 1984. He spent nine years in Jail during Sikh Struggle for Khalistan, and after being released from jail, he worked hard on various Panthic fronts.
Ontario (August 15, 2010): Canadian Sikhs under the patronage of Shri Akal Takhat Sahib marked August 15th, Independence Day of India, as “Sikh Genocide” day. “Sikh Genocide” Conference was organized by Sikhs For Justice, a based human rights advocacy group, is spearheading an international justice awareness campaign and striving to disseminate true and correct information regarding the Genocide of Sikhs from 1984-1998 to the international community with the support of All India Sikh Students Federation.
London (August 15, 2010): Kashmiri, Sikh and Naga Diaporas in London, representing a common front against Indian imperialism, have condemned the oppression and human rights violations by Indian troops in their territories.
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