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Neither Trail Nor Bail for Bhai Jagtar Singh Hawara in 15 Years Old Case

"Bail not jail" is a general rule for an under trial, the Indian Supreme Court declared time and again but a Punjab and Haryana High Court judge was not bothered about it while rejecting bail application of Bhai Jagtar Singh Hawara in a 15 years old case. The judge also ignored the fact that even the trail is also not taking place in that case.

Bargari Sacrilege Issue, Panthic Organisations and Political Parties Join Hands

Upping the ante against Punjab and Haryana High Court decision on Kotkapura firing incident, the Sikh bodies led by former Akal Takhat Jathedar Bhai Ranjit Singh today announced to burn the copies of the judgement terming it political, biased and flawed.

Improved Version of Free Punjabi Font Converter Released by Sikh Siyasat

Sikh Siyasat has been contributing for the promotion of Punjabi language by various means. One of the free services offered by the Sikh Siyasat for promotion of Punjabi language is online Punjabi font converter.

Accept Your Govt’s Failures In Sacrilege related Cases, Sack Inefficient AG: Sikh Bodies Tell Punjab CM

Raising the pitch against the denial of justice, the Sikh groups along with aggrieved family members register their protest against P& H High Court quashing the SIT report on Kotkapura incident.

Indian-origin man arrested for attacks on Sikhs in Australia

An Indian-origin youth has been arrested for a series of attacks on Sikhs which are suspected to be hate crimes. Asutalian media has identified the man as 24-year-old Vishal Jood.

Deep Sidhu Re-Arrested in Another Case After Bail

Actor turned activist Deep Sidhu was granted bail by a Delhi court today. He was arrested by Delhi police special cell in a case registered in relation to an incident at Red Fort during Kisan Parade of 26 January.

Four Sikhs Among 8 Killed in Indianapolis (USA) Shootout

At least four Sikhs have been killed in a mass shooting at a FedEx company facility in Indianapolis by a 19-year-old former employee, according to the Sikh Coalition.

U.S Congressman from Connecticut Condemns Violence of India on Farmers

US Congressman Joe Courtney has said that "excessive response" to farmers protest in India by the government of India was "worth of condemnation". While responding to concerns raised by Swaranjit Singh Khalsa, directory of Sikh Art Gallery, Joe Courteny said: "protests by many within India’s agricultural community have drawn worldwide attention after India’s Parliament enacted major legislation last November that sought to bring structural change to the country’s agricultural sector. In the time since, mass protests have ensued out of concern that the new law allows for an exploitation of farmers within the industry by larger firms, and that there was an overall lack of consensus built before the new law was enacted".

The Story of Bhai Lal Singh’s 28 Years Long Jail Life (Speech of Bhai Mandhir Singh)

Bhai Lal Singh spent 28 years of life behind the bars. He was jailed by Indian authorities for his contribution towards the Sikh struggle for freedom. He was arrested in 1992 and was sentenced to imprisonment for life in 1997. He was granted permanent release in 2020.

Sikh Federation (UK) Terms Report of Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities As Disappointing and Whitewash

Bhai Amrik Singh, the Chair of the Sikh Federation (UK) said “The Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities 264-page report published today is hugely disappointing and a whitewash.”

Sikh Art Gallery in Norwich Showcases The Sikh Story

Every inch of wall space in a one-story building on Clinic Drive is covered in colorful portraits of famed Sikh leaders and framed recognitions; a cozy place of inclusion. The Sikh Art Gallery sits a short drive from Backus Hospital, created during the middle of the pandemic in November 2020 in the cultural soul of one of the most diverse cities in eastern Connecticut.

Tributes Paid to Navreet Singh and other Martyrs of Farmers Protest; Samagam Held at Darbar Sahib Complex

Farmers and Sikh organizations today vowed that sacrifices and loss of lives of farmers during Kissan andolan won’t be allowed to go in vain. They were speaking at a function held inside Darbar Sahib complex in memory of Navreet Singh, who died with police bullets during Tractor March in Delhi on Jan 26.

Sikh Group Dal Khalsa hails Supreme Court for Re-Articulating that Dissent isn’t Sedition

Pro-freedom Sikh organization Dal Khalsa on Thursday hailed the Supreme Court for repteadly clarifying that dissent isn't sedition, hence setting the record straight.

India Denies Permission to Sikh Jatha to visit Nankana Sahib on 100th Anniversary of Saka Nankana Sahib

The Government of India has denied permission to a Sikh jatha to Pakistan for Yatra of Gurdwara Nankana Sahib to mark 100th anniversary of Saka Nankana Sahib. Nankana Sahib is Parkash Asthan of Guru Nanak Ji, first Guru of Sikhs.

Deep Sidhu Arrested by Delhi Police

Actor-Lawyer Deep Sidhu, who has been a distinct voice for farmers struggle against new farm laws, is reportedly arrested by Special Cell of Delhi police.

Exposed: India’s Disinformation War Against Canada’s Sikhs: New Report by WSO

The World Sikh Organization of Canada has released a report shedding light on Indian disinformation campaigns targeting Sikhs in Canada.

India: 8 Journalists Covering Farmer Protests Charged; Drop Cases, Protect Media Freedom: Human Rights Watch

Eight journalists who covered the farmer protests in India and violence in Delhi on January 26, 2021 are facing baseless criminal charges, Human Rights Watch said in a statement on February 2. The Indian authorities should drop the charges, which include sedition, promoting communal disharmony, and making statements prejudicial to national integration.

NIA Issues Bulk Notices to Activists Connected with Farmers Protest To Join Investigation As “Witness” in UAPA Case

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) of India has issued notices to various activists and relatives of some others in relation to a case registered under Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA).

Farmer’s Struggle Special Edition of Sikh Shahadat Book Series Released

On 9 January 2021, Bhai Daljit Singh released the first issue of Sikh Shahadat’s book series. This book is a special issue on Farmers struggle. The book was released at Ludhiana in presence of Sikh Shahadat editor Prof. Kanwaljit Singh, Sikh lawyer advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur and others.

Dominic Raab Under Pressure to Raise Farmers Protests and Jagtar Singh Johal Case During India Visit

Over 100 Conservative MPs, including Ministers have been contacted since Boris's gaffe in PMQs last week on the mistreatment of peaceful farmers protesting in India.

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