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The Super 16 who scripted Indian women’s hockey history

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From cradles of the sport to a Naxal stronghold, these are the larger-than-life back-stories of the Indian hockey’s giant-killers From cradles of the sport to a Naxal stronghold. Some criticised for not doing chores, others moulded by the heat of… Continue Reading →

Uttar Pradesh – 2 killed in clashes in Saharanpur curfew imposed

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times  Lucknow, July 26, 2014 Two persons were killed and at least 12 injured as clashes broke out between two communities over a land dispute at Saharanpur in western Uttar Pradesh on Saturday. Curfew was imposed in the… Continue Reading →

British connections to massacres of Sikhs 1984

There has been no justice rendered for the Amritsar massacre of 1984. Last updated: 28 Mar 2014 11:38   Murky British connections to the Indian government’s attack on the Golden Temple in Amritsar in 1984 have fuelled demands for full disclosure in UK… Continue Reading →

#Goodnews- Sikh man in Finland wins right to wear turban at work

pic courtesy- sikhsiyasat PTI | Feb 27, 2014, 0 LONDON: A Sikh bus driver in Finland has won a year-long legal battle with his employer to wear a turban at work. Gill Sukhdarshan Singh won the dispute against his employer Veolia Transport… Continue Reading →

Modi Lies in Punjab – after throwing the Sikh farmers out of Gujarat #Feku

  Mukul Sinha February 24, 2014 |  Sikh farmers from Gujarat meeting Punjab Chief Minister seeking support for the agitation for land Sikhs from Punjab and Haryana went to Gujarat in 1965-66 when Lal Bahadur Shastri, the then Prime Minister, had given… Continue Reading →

#India – Operation Blue Star — the untold story

CHANDER SUTA DOGRA, The Hindu, Chandigrah, June 10, 2013  The HinduA fortification used in Operation Blue Star on the sides of the parikrama abutting the Dukh-Bhanjani Beri (tree) that covers the entrance to Shri Harmandir Sahib. File photo New documentary… Continue Reading →

Sajjan Kumar acquitted in one of three 1984 anti-Sikh riots cases #WTFnews

Protests erupt inside & outside court, shoe flung at the judge 30 Apr 2013, , AGENCIES Unhappy with acquittal of Congress leader Sajjan Kumar in an anti-Sikh riots case, a man hurled a shoe at the judge as protests erupted inside… Continue Reading →

UK wakes up to caste bias

Shalini Nair : London, Tue Mar 26 2013, IE For a place that is only one-fifteenth the size of London, Coventry has a large number of gurdwaras. Even that might not have seemed so incongruous considering that Sikhs are the largest… Continue Reading →

25th Anniversary of Paash – A Punjabi Poet who died for opposing Fanaticism #mustshare

SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 2013 The Most Dangerous – Poem by Paash Most treacherous is not the robbery of hard earned wages Most horrible is not the torture by the police. Most dangerous is To be filled with dead peace Not… Continue Reading →

House of Commons debate on the #DeathPenalty and Human Rights violations in India

By GAJINDER SINGH, http://www.sikhsiyasat.net/ Published: March 2, 2013 London, United Kingdom (March 02, 2013): According to a press release by the organizers of the Kesri Lehar, a petition asking for the Abolition of the Death Penalty in India was debated in the… Continue Reading →

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