Category: History

Indian Media Needs To Call What The 1984 Massacre Of Sikhs Was – A Genocide!

Thirty-two years ago, the ruling Congress Govt. led by Rajeev Gandhi committed 1984 Sikh Genocide killing thousands of innocent Sikhs. But Indian Govts, Media etc. have failed to admit that it was...

Baba Gurbachan Singh Manochahal Shares His Views on Sikh Freedom and Sikh Leadership in 1991 Interview

This is the first-person account of Principal Correspondent Kanwar Sandhu who managed to meet Baba Gurbachan Singh Manochal, founder of the original Panthik Committee and chief of the Bhindranwale Tigers Force of...

Innocents Lost in 1984 – Article by Akaal Publishers (UK)

War takes innocent lives. Open gunfire does not discriminate between target and bystander. Caught in the crossfire of friendly fire, unsuspecting citizens fall foul to military bullets.On 1st June 1984, the Indian...

Unforgettable Role of Sikh Freedom Fighters in Stopping Construction of SYL-Canal

Amidst highlighting of contentious issue of Punjab's river waters, politicians of Punjab are making big claims of their contribution in preventing construction of the Satluj-Yamuna Link Canal.  However; in reality, none of...

Historical Picture of Gurdwara Paonta Sahib – 1962

Gurdwara Paonta Sahib is situated at the place where 16 year old Guru Gobind Singh dismounted his horse to first touch foot in the Kingdom of Sirmour. The Guru had been invited...

One Sure Way for Britain to get Ahead – Stop Airbrushing our Colonial History

Today, as Islam and Christianity clash, an honest study of the White Mughals of India gives reason for hopeFor better or for worse, the British empire was the most important thing the...

Sikhs Worldwide Celebrate the Birth of a Bright Star

There are almost 30 million Sikhs in the world, including a million in America making Sikhism the 5th most popular religion in the world. Yet so little is known about Sikhism. Sikhs...

World War I: When Britain Sought “pinni” Sweets For Indian Soldiers

:dateline:As nearly a million and a half Indians fought in the trenches in Europe during World War I, efforts were made in London to organise comforts for them, such as music, oil,...

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On eve of Indian I-Day, Khalistan flag hoisted on district headquarter in Punjab

:dateline:In a significant development that sent Indian intelligence agencies into a tizzy, two unknown youths hoisted Khalistan’s flag on the terrace of the four-storeyed...

Sikh, Muslim, Dalit and Human Right Groups to Observe August 15 As Day of Oppression by Holding Statewide Protests in Punjab

:dateline:Extending their solidarity with oppressed people and their cause, several Sikh organizations have decided to observe August 15 as Black Day and stage a...

SGPC inaugurates Guru Ka Bagh at Gurdwara Patshahi Dasvi in Heran

:dateline:In an attempt to robust the air quality around historic Sikh shrines, the apex Sikh body Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhik Committee is establishing gardens for...