London (September 28, 2010): On the visit of Indian Minister Kamal Nath’s visit to London, Sikh Federation ,UK today organized a successful protest outside the Crowne Plaza Hotel in St. James (45-51 Buckingham Gate, London SW1E 6AF) between 11am and 3pm.The motive of Kamal Nath’s visit to London was to attend a Round Table Session on Highways Infrastructure at the Crowne Plaza Hotel.
New Delhi (September 28, 2010): Students of Punjab, under the banner of Sikh Students Federation, approached the Bar Council of India at New Delhi to oppose the decision of BCI that has allegedly resulted in discrimination against Punjabi Language.
Amritsar (September 27, 2010): The Dal Khalsa held a two-day political training camp at historic gurdwara of Fatehgarh Sahib for its office bearers to do introspection, to streamline party’s functioning, to update their knowledge on geo-political situation and to evaluate the tasks ahead. The message to the youth was to demonstrate courage, resolve and steadfastness.
Jandiala/Amritsar (September 26, 2010): Bhai Sukhdev Singh and Harjinder Singh, commonly known as Bhai Sukha-Jinda, shall be remembered on 10 October, 2010 at Village Gadhli, near Jandiala Guru in Amritsar District of Punjab. Duo were sentenced to death for assessinating former Army chief of India, Arun Vaidya, who headed the Indian Army in June 1984, when Sri Darbar Sahib (Amritsar), also known as the Golden Temple, was attacked by it.
Philadelphia (September 20, 2010): In the wake of President Barack Obama’s upcoming visit to India in November 2010 during which he will also visit Golden Temple, a delegation of “Sikhs For Justice”, a human rights advocacy group met President Barack Obama on September 20, 2010 in Philadelphia to apprise him about the “Sikh Genocide”.
New Delhi (September 20, 2010): The Supreme Court today refused to quash the charges of murder and other offences against senior Congress leader Sajjan Kumar. The Court has maintained that the trial will continue against him in a 1984 Sikh Carnage case.
The Sikh Students Federation and students of Punjabi University, today, launched a signature drive to show their protest against the decision of Bar Council of India to ignore Punjabi as a medium for All India Bar Examination to be held by BCI on 5 December. Previously students, in form of two separate delegations, approached Dr. [...]
Hoshiarpur (September 13, 2010): The Dal Khalsa took a serious note of reported remarks of Canadian MP Ujjal Dosanjh in which he tried to malign the image of Canadian Sikh youth in order to appease Indian authorities.
New York (September 07, 2010): Today, Honorable Judge Robert Sweet of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York issued an order in the case against Kamal Nath, Indian Minister for Roadways, asking the parties to appear in the court on September 22, 2010 for a pre-trial conference to discuss “settlement, exploring contemplated motions, stipulating facts, arranging a plan and schedule for all discovery and setting a time for trial”.
Chandigarh (September 8, 2010): Law students agitated by Bar Council of India’s decision not to allow Law Graduates in Punjab to opt Punjabi as their medium for Lawyers’ eligibility test scheduled to be held on December 5, have approached Dr. Upinderjeet Kaur, Education Minister of Punjab, to seek her intervention in this matter.
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