Tarn Taran (January 30, 2011): It is reported by various newspapers (dated: 29 January, 2011) that Kuldeep Singh, a key witness in the murder of human rights activist Jaswant Singh Khalra has gone missing from his house in Amritsar. It is notable that he was provided security cover of eight CRPF jawans.
Amritsar (January 28, 2011): Dal Khalsa has sought honouring of all commitments –oral and written by the Indian leadership to Sikh Nation before and on the eve of India’s independence in 1947.
Ludhiana (January 28, 2010): As per a Times of India news report; a UK-based organization, United Khalsa Dal has claimed that alleged Babbar Khalsa militant Karanvir Singh, who had escaped from custody of Hoshiarpur Police in October last, has been arrested by the Punjab police from Nepal on January 21.
New Delhi (January 27, 2011): Hundreds of victims and widows of November 1984 staged a protest against Government of India’s efforts to save Minister Kamal Nath from trial in United States and demanded that Kamal Nath be dismissed from Ministership.
New York (January 24, 2011): Indian Government is exposed with regard to human rights issue by its efforts to get diplomatic immunity from U.S. for Minister Kamal Nath in Sikh Genocide Case pending against him in the US Court.
Amritsar (January 21, 2011): Coming down heavily on the Bharatiya Janta Party for planning to hoist the Tricolour at Lal Chowk in Srinagar on January 26, the Dal Khalsa said the Hindutva force was smouldering the communal cauldron under the garb of patriotism.
Mansa (January 21, 2011): Addressing a press conference over here, Bhai Harpal Singh Cheema, Secretary General of SAD (Panch Pardhani) revealed that even his name was also mentioned in charge-sheet filed by police in Lilli Kumar’s murder case. He said that holding him accused in this case, the police claimed that it was yet to collect evidences against him.
Mansa (January 21, 2011): Bhai Mandhir Singh, Former President of Sikh Students Federation, was today transferred to Bathinda Jail as Chief Judicial Magistrate (Mansa) D. M. Singla refused to extend his police remand and sent him under judicial custody for 14 days. 02 February is fixed as next date of hearing.
Vancouver (January 21 , 2011): What started as a noble, legal and legitimate attempt to provide counsel on the issue of Bill 94 turned into a wanton game of political manoeuvring at the expense of the Sikh community and the integrity of the Sikh faith.
It is often claimed by various minorities and struggling nations that there are double standards of law that are implemented by judiciary in India. The position is such that the statement of former chief Justice of Supreme Court of India, M.N. Venkatachaliah, as regards attitude of State that: “Show me the man; I will show you the Law” also depicts the scenario dominating the functioning of judiciary.
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