US welcomes Kartarpur pact

Kartarpur Corridor : Sikh Daily

Oct 25, 2019 The US State Department has welcomed the historic Kartarpur Corridor agreement between Pakistan and India, which allows Indian Sikh pilgrims to visit Kartarpur Sahib in Pakistan. After protracted negotiations punctuated by frequent snags, the neighbouring countries signed official papers on October 24 to open the corridor for Indian Sikh pilgrims who wish to visit Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib […]

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Sikh woman official expose sexual harassment of woman in Indian paramilitary forces

#MeToo. Sexual harassment in Indian forces : Sikh Daily

Oct 23, 2019 A top woman Sikh armed forces official has made a shocking revelation about sexual harassment being faced by the women in paramilitary forces of India. ITBP’s Deputy Commandant Karunajeet Kaur has shared an incident of sexual assault on her due to which she had to resign from her post of a Doctor in ITBP. Sharing her fate […]

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India calls removal of anti-sikh riot memorial a wise decision

India calls removal of anti-sikh riot memorial a wise decision: Sikh Daily

Oct 22, 2019 Lauding the efforts of suppression of Sikhs, a top Indian Diplomat in US welcomed the decision to remove ‘1984 anti-Sikh riots’ memorial installed at the Otis Library in Connecticut. Calling it a wise decision, India’s Consul General in New York Sandeep Chakravorty tried to denounce the memorial by comparing it with the divisive agenda to create rift […]

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Attempts being made to reactivate banned terror groups: India

Oct 22, 2019 Spreading lies about Sikh community, India has alleged that attempts are now being made to reactivate some banned outfits including pro- khalistan groups Sources said investigating agencies pursuing terror-funding cases have claimed to have gathered inputs indicating that, given the stringent conditions set by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) for Pakistan to escape blacklisting, attempts are […]

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No problem to be under Information Act: Commission for Countering Extremism

5. No problem to be under Information Act: Commission for Countering Extremism. For Representation Purpose Only. Credits- Sapiens.org

Oct 15, 2019 The Commission for Countering Extremism, which wrote a paper on Sikh extremism, has said it would “welcome” being covered by the Freedom of Information Act after questions were raised on why the watchdog was exempt from the powerful transparency law. This comes a week after the commission published its debut report, Challenging Hateful Extremism, which warned about […]

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