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Misl Satluj and PAC to Organise Political Awareness March in Ludhiana

On May 24th, sociopolitical organizations Misl Satluj and Public Action Committee are set to host a political awareness march in Ludhiana. 

Digital Repression: Indian Authorities Shut Down Satluj TV’s Online Presence in India

The Indian government has taken steps to block access to the social media platforms of Satluj TV, launched by journalist Surinder Singh Talking Punjab.

Fight for Inclusive Education In New York and Beyond Continues: The Sikh Coalition

In a show of solidarity and advocacy, the Sikh Coalition, alongside various organizations and activists, convened at the New York State Capitol in Albany for the second-ever Advocacy Day.

Booked in Mahinderpal Bittu Case, Sikh Youth Granted Bail by High Court

The Punjab and Haryana High Court has granted bail to Sikh youth Gursewak Singh Bhoot. Gursewak Singh was booked by Punjab police in a case related to the killing of Mahinderpal Bittu, one of the prime accused in the Bargari beadbi case.

PU Chandigarh Suspended 8 Students for Demanding Implementation of Punjab Reservation Policy

The Panjab University administration has suspended seven students affiliated with the Sath organization. Sath is a students' body active in the Panjab university campus for past few years.

Apna Sanjha Punjab TV Blocked in India Without Notice

The Indian Government has recently blocked the YouTube channel of Apna Sanjha Punjab TV within India. This marks another instance of media censorship, affecting the platform run by journalist Bhupinder Singh Sajjan.

Khalistan: Sikh Sovereignty and a New South Asia

Message of Bhai Daljit Singh on Anniversary of Khalistan Declaration day

Police Arrest Balachaur Woman from Delhi Airport in Ajnala Case

As per media reports, the Punjab police have arrested a woman in the Ajnala case registered against Waris Punjab De chief Amritpal Singh and his associates.

Extra Judicial Killing: After 31 years, CBI Court Jails Ex-Officer of Punjab Police

On 30 March 2024 in a 32-year-old case, a Special CBI court sentenced recently ex-SP Amarjit Singh to 10 years imprisonment for the abduction of Balwinder Singh of village Jhabal, Tarn Taran.

Gaon Savera Trust Knocks on High Court’s Door Against Social Media Blockings by GoI

Haryana based media house Gaon Savera Trust has reportedly challenged Government of India’s move to invoke section 69-A of Information Technology Act 2000 to block social media handles of Gaon Savera and its’ editor. 

Dal Khalsa to Punjab Govt: Arrest and Bring Ram Rahim to Punjab for Interrogation

In the wake of names of Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim, who is already serving life sentence in a rape and murder case, and his girl friend Honeypreet came into limelight in a sacrilege case of 2015, the Dal Khalsa has asked the Punjab government to immediately bring both the criminals to Punjab on police remand for interrogation. 

Subhkaran Singh (22) Died Fighting for Debt Waiver, Better Price; Family Debt of 10 Lakh Stands

A death underlines the small farmers’ struggle for fair income in a so-called Punjab of agricultural prosperity. Shubhkaran Singh, 22, leaves behind a family that had to sell off an acre of its 3.5-acre land to run the household and marry off its eldest daughter. He’s gone, while the loan waiver he fought for hasn’t come.

Youth Murdered in Offensive Firing by State Forces at Khanauri Barrier: Eyewitnesses

Farmer leader, Baldev Singh Sirsa, confirmed today that a 21-year old activist was murdered by police bullets at Khanauri today.

Israel-Palestine war: Time for the world “policeman” to do introspection and play a balanced role

Striking an emotive chord, the Dal Khalsa said nearly 5% of Gaza's population is now dead, wounded or missing. A genocide against Palestinians is being committed right before our eyes and the world is silent.

1992 Fake Encounter Case: After 31 Years Cop Convicted for Framing False Records

A Mohali court on Friday (27 October) pronounced judgment in another 1992 fake encounter case and convicted one former police official for preparing false records. 

US State Department’s Statement on India’s Move to Push Canada to Reduce Diplomatic Presence in New Delhi

US State Department issued a statement on Friday (Oct. 20) saying that the US expects India to uphold its obligations under the 1961 Vienna Convention

Reality Behind the Migration of Punjab’s Youth to Abroad ?

Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee ( SGPC) held a two day seminar at Giani Ditt Singh Auditorium, Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College, Fatehgarh Sahib.

USCIRF Reiterates Concerns on Religious Freedom in India

The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) held a hearing on “Advancing Religious Freedom within the U.S. - India Bilateral Relationship,” which highlighted the Indian government’s legal framework and enforcement of discriminatory policies against religious minorities.

Vishav Sikh Ikatarta: Reflections from a Sikh Naujawan in the Diaspora

As a Sikh Naujwaan from the Diaspora I felt immensely fortunate to participate in the Vishav Sikh Ikatarta on June 28, 2023. Reflecting back on this experience, there are multiple aspects of the gathering that carry deep-rooted lessons for Naujawan around the world and light our path forward.

Dal Khalsa Expresses Outrage Over Manipur Shame, Calls for End to Politics of Polarisation and Hate

 Dal Khalsa, a Sikh body known for having ties with ethnic minorities and struggling nationalities in the Indian sub-continent, has expressed deep concern and outrage over the heinous incident of sexual assault on two women from the Kuki tribal community in Manipur.

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