US Sikh Leaders condemn Kotkapura incidents

Washington, DC October 15, 2015: US Sikh leaders have condemned the recent Police action in Kotkapura which led to 2 deaths and several dozens injured seriously. Dr. Rajwant Singh, Chairman of the Sikh Council on Religion and Education and Inderpaul Singh Gadh, Chairman of the Guru Gobind Singh Foundation laid the blame squarely on the Punjab Government of Parkash Singh Badal for mishandling of a very sensi ...

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Sikh History from the Sikh Point of View

  A MESSAGE TO MY SISTERS AND BROTHERS DO NOT EVER FORGET YOUR SIKH HISTORY FROM THE SIKH POINT OF VIEW  Awatar Singh Sekhon (Machaki)    Bibiji and Khalsa ji:    Waheguru ji ka Khalsa,  Waheguru ji ki Fateh!    The Guru Khalsa Panth alias the Sikhs' PUNJAB, Sikh Nation, which had been a 'Sovereign and Secular' of South Aisa, of a Sikh Monarch Ranjit Singh, 1799 to 14th March, 1849.    This 'Sovereign and S ...

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Indian Intelligence Infiltration in Sikh Organizations

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="168"] Dr. Gurmit Singh Aulakh KHALISTAN[/caption]  Dr. Gurmit Singh Aulakh The Indian government has used many tactics to undermine the Sikh Struggle for freedom.  It has infiltrated organizations such as the World Sikh Organization.  It even infiltrated and continues to control Babbar Khalsa, the organization that India accused of carrying out the Air India bombing.  ...

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Sikh – Seperate Religion

The Constitution, Review Commission has correctly recommended the deletion of Explanation II to Article 25. It will certainly clarify to the world that Sikhism is an independent and separate religion and is no longer a branch or offshoot of Hinduism. The SGPC, the Punjab Government, the National Minorities Commission, Sikh scholars and others have uniformly asked for its deletion. During his visit to Amrits ...

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  "ROBBED" SIKH NATION, "annexed" TO THE BRITISH EMPIRE, ON 15th AUGUST DAY, 1947, THE BLACK DAY FOR THE SIKHS & MINORITIES [caption id="attachment_2566" align="alignright" width="153"] Sikh Nation Faced brutality in June 1984[/caption] Awatar Singh Sekhon (Machaki)*   Just before the end of 15th August, 1947, the "annexed" Sikh Nation, PUNJAB to the British Empire on 29th March, 1849, the Sik ...

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