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Rise of extremism and gang violence making Canada unsafe

Canada, known for its peaceful and diverse society, has recently been grappling with a surge in violent incidents linked to extremist groups and gangsters. The latest incident, an overnight shooting in South Surrey, has once again raised concerns about the increase in gang-related violence. What is more troubling is the perception that some political leaders, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, are accused of appeasing these miscreants for vote bank politics.

Lohri: Where sunbeams kiss sugarcane, and Sikh spirit dances with fire

Tonight, my fellow Punjabis, we gather not just around bonfires, but around a memory carved deep in the soul of our land. Lohri isn’t just about celebrating winter’s retreat. It’s a whispered echo of our Sikh spirit, a fiery testament to the resilience that runs through our veins like sugarcane juice.

From Sangat to syndicate: The dark underbelly of Sikh migration to Canada

The most recent case of Raj Kumar Mehmi, a Sikh man from India, on the run for his involvement in a large-scale drug trafficking operation in Canada, highlights the increasing involvement of Sikhs in the Canadian drug trade.

'Muslims are 18 percent, we are 2 percent but we are...': Akali Dal chief Sukhbir Badal

Chandigarh/IBNS: In a remark potent enough to stir a row, Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) chief Sukhbir Singh Badal has claimed Muslims are not equal because of an absence of a leader unlike the Sikhs, media reports said.

Beyond Headlines: Debunking myths of Sikh persecution in India

In recent times, Western media outlets like Time Magazine and The New York Times have painted a concerning picture of Sikhs in India – one clouded by narratives of religious persecution and widespread repression.

American-Sikh body calls for accountability after heckling of Indian envoy at New York gurdwara

The sanctity of a place of worship was disrupted over the weekend as India’s Ambassador to the US, Taranjit Singh Sandhu, faced heckling during his visit to a New York gurdwara. The incident has sparked outrage from the American-Sikh community, urging the gurdwara’s management to take decisive action against those responsible.

Khalistan: A political charade, nothing more

The Khalistan movement, a separatist ideology advocating for an independent Sikh state, has often been portrayed as a manifestation of Sikh aspirations. However, a closer examination reveals a stark disconnect between the movement’s objectives and the fundamental principles of Sikhi, the faith founded by Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

No tolerance for terrorism: The world’s stance on Pannun’s terror threats

In a resounding show of unity against the glorification of terrorism and threats to aviation security, the United States and other nations have firmly condemned the recent actions of Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, the General Counsel of Sikhs for Justice. Pannun’s inflammatory remarks have raised serious concerns and prompted a strong response from governments and advocates for peace and security.

44th annual Yuba City Nagar Kirtan: A celebration of Sikh, Indian culture in the US

Yuba City, California witnessed a spectacular display of Sikh and Punjabi culture on Sunday, November 5, as an estimated 300,000 people converged to partake in the 44th Annual Yuba City Nagar Kirtan.

Terrorism in the name of Khalistan: A threat we can no longer ignore

Khalsa Vox recently published an exposé titled ‘The Khalistan Extremist Movement: Unmasking Terrorism in Disguise.’ This report delved into the sinister undercurrents of the Khalistan movement, shedding light on the terrorist ideologies that threaten global peace. 

Khalistan extremist movement: Unmasking terrorism in disguise

In recent times, we have witnessed a concerning resurgence of the Khalistan extremist movement, spearheaded by a small but vocal group of Sikhs in the diaspora. 

Sikh community extends hand of humanity amidst Israel-Hamas crisis

In a heartfelt display of compassion and solidarity, a Sikh community delegation led by former Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee president Manjit Singh GK recently met with the Palestinian Ambassador to India, Adnan Abu Al-Hija.

US hate crime: Sikh teenager attacked in bus for wearing turban

New York: A Sikh teenager was attacked on a bus, here, by a 26-year-old man for wearing a turban, according to media reports.

Unraveling Khalistan’s misrepresentation of Sikh aspirations

In a recent tweet, Canadian journalist Daniel Bordman spoke out against a disturbing poster circulating in certain circles, both on social media and within some Gurudwaras.

Canadian police arrest eight Sikh youths for firing shots, seize firearms

In a recent development, Canadian authorities have taken eight Sikh youths into custody, aged between 19 to 26 years, for the possession of loaded, prohibited, or restricted firearms in the city of Brampton, Ontario.