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WWII Stallion Nicknamed ‘The Sikh’ Walked Back to Britain from Russia

The incredible story of a real-life 'War Horse' that dodged shellfire to deliver supplies to troops before walking back to the UK from Russia has been uncovered for the first time. The horse...

Islamic India: The Biggest Holocaust in World History Whitewashed from History Books

The genocide suffered by the Hindus and Sikhs of India at the hands of Arab, Turkish, Mughal and Afghan occupying forces for a period of 800 years is as yet formally unrecognised...

Op/Ed: Who is Bhai Jagtar Singh Tara?

Bhai Jagtar Singh Tara is a symbol of hope and determination for the Sikh Liberation Movement and an inspiring role model for us all. Born in 1977, Bhai Jagtar Singh grew...

Ban On Initial Report of Sikh Genocide Continues Even After 30 years

:dateline:Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was responsible for the military attack on Sri Harmandir Sahib Complex and 42 other Gurudwaras in Punjab.  The operation led to thousands of causalities across Punjab, and led...

Journey of Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji’s Sis from Delhi to Anandpur Sahib

We have all heard the story of how Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib traveled from Anandpur Sahib to Delhi to sacrifice his life for freedom of religion and the right of Hindus to...

Op/Ed: “To Show Their Contempt for Death, Some Sikhs Had Refused to Hide in the Trenches During First World War”

12 Nov 1914: When the Indians Arrived The people of the Raj – modern India and Pakistan – were not consulted about their participation in the war. More than 1 million soldiers served...

Op/Ed: Bodies of Hundreds of Sikhs were Scattered, Some Showed Signs of Life

The 1984 Sikh massacre in Delhi following the assassination of Indira Gandhi by two Sikh guards  is the saddest and most heartrending event I have covered as a reporter. For three days...

Od/Ed: I Lived Through the Sikh Massacres & and 30 Years Later, I’m not Ready to Forgive or Forget

Most chronicles of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots focus on Delhi and Punjab. Few acknowledge Daltonganj—a typical town in Bihar (now in Jharkhand)—as a place that heavily bore the brunt of the carnage. I know differently. Thirty years ago, when the violence...

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