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Creating division in society will badly affect Canada as well: Indian High Commissioner designate on Khalistan issue

Toronto: Sanjay Kumar Verma, High Commissioner designate of India to Canada, has reacted to the 'Khalistani referendum' issue and said humanity should only aim at uniting the society and not dividing it.

Afghan Sikhs injured in Gurdwara attack in Kabul thank India for support

New Delhi/IBNS: 11 Afghan Sikhs including Raqbir Singh, who was injured during the attack on Jun 18 at Gurdwara Karte Parwan in  Kabul, are arriving in India.

Afghanistan: Sikh community members safely removed Guru Granth Sahib from Kabul gurdwara which was attacked by terrorists

Kabul: Sikh community members saved and removed the holy Guru Granth Sahib from the Gurdwara Karte Parwan in Afghanistan's capital city Kabul which was attacked by terrorists on Saturday.

Ukraine Crisis: Video goes viral where Sikh youth offers 'Langar' to people in train as they travel towards Polish border

True to their inherent humanitarianism, a group of Sikh youth could be seen in a video trying to help provide langar food to international students travelling on a train towards the Poland border from war-hit Ukraine.

110 stranded Indians, Afghan Sikhs, Hindus being flown to Delhi from Kabul

New Delhi/UNI: At least 110 stranded Indians and Afghan Sikhs and Hindus are being flown to New Delhi from Kabul today on board a special flight chartered by the Government of India, said Puneet Singh Chandhok, President, Indian World Forum.

Kartarpur Corridor to reopen from Nov 17: Amit Shah

New Delhi/UNI: The Centre on Tuesday announced its decision to reopen the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor from Nov 17 and said the decision will benefit the Sikh community.

Sikhs in Jammu and Kashmir welcome minorities from Islamic neighbours to settle with them

Srinagar: The Sikh community in India's Jammu and Kashmir region are welcoming Hindus and Sikhs from the neighbouring Islamic nations to settle with them in the valley post the enactment of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the repeal of Article 370.

Sikh delegation from Kashmir meets Union Home Minister Amit Shah

New Delhi/UNI: Days after the reports of alleged Sikh girls being abducted and forcefully converted to Islam, a delegation of All Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee – Kashmir met Union Home Minister Amit Shah here on Sunday.

Maharashtra: Sikh women stage sit in demonstration

Nanded/UNI: Sikh women staged a sit-in protest on Monday demanding withdrawal of the charges filed against the innocent people in connection with the Halla Bol (mock attack).

Any move to drive wedge between Sikhs, Muslims will cause irreparable harm to J&K: Omar Abdullah

Srinagar/UNI: Asserting that any move to drive a wedge between Sikhs and Muslims in Kashmir will cause irreparable harm to Jammu & Kashmir, former chief minister Omar Abdullah said on Monday citing that the two communities have supported each other through thick and thin and withstood countless attempts to damage age-old relationship.

Pakistan grants visa to 1100 Indian Sikh pilgrims ahead of Vaisakhi

Around 1100 Indian Sikhs have been issued Pakistan visas ahead of the Vaishakhi festival from Monday, reported Dawn. The pilgrims will cross over to Pakistan via the Wagah border.  

Abduction of Sikh girl in Pakistan: Shiromani Akali Dal members demonstrate in New Delhi

New Delhi:  Shiromani Akali Dal members demonstrated in New Delhi recently over the atrocities faced by the Sikh community in Pakistan.

Canadian think-tank report says Khalistan movement is a geopolitical project nurtured by Pakistan

Ottawa: A Canadian think-tank has admitted in a report that the Khalistan movement is a geopolitical project nurtured by Pakistan.

Sikhs For Justice offers money for ardas, exploits poverty after Referendum 2020 fails: Report

Amritsar: Separatist group Sikhs for Justice offered money to anyone who would perform ardas (special Sikh prayer) in Akal Takht for Khalistan on Sunday (Aug 23), according to a report in The Times of India.

Khalistan: KZF’s Nita sends audio message to seek support for divisive drive

Brussels: Trying to give their divisive policy a push, Belgium-based Ranjit Singh Nita of the Khalistan Zindabad Force (KZF) is recording audio to seek support for “registration” for secessionist “Referendum 2020” from July 19.