Category: Op/Ed

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Letters to the Editors. Your views, published on Sikh24.com.

Op/Ed: The Wheat Fields Still Whisper: Forgotten Human Rights Stories from Punjab, 1984-2020

As I was completing my MPP, a faculty member at Harvard Kennedy School had written to the chair of a prominent North American foundation, confident they would be interested in my work....

Instagram and Facebook target minorities in bid to silence human right abuses

Latest Update (June 3, 2020 11:30 AM PST): While refusing to provide more details as to why it banned the hashtag #Sikh on its platform, Instagram said it has revoked the ban...

Op/Ed: Does the Glorification of Army and Police Symbolize The Slave Mentality of Indians?

A usual glorification of the army goes like this: that standing on night duty at borders, soldiers protect the Indians sleeping cozily at their homes. That glorification is now shared by police: that...

Op/Ed: Can Verka residents be forgiven for disallowing cremation of Nirmal Singh Khalsa?

When the sad news of Bhai Nirmal Singh Khalsa’s untimely demise due to coronavirus was piercing the hearts of every Sikh on April 2, another news of Verka residents’ denial to allow...

Op/Ed: Invoking Kabul Gurdwara attack to justify controversial CAA is totally unjustified

:dateline:This is in response to the write-up published in 'The Tribune' by K N Pandita on CAA with reference to the horrific terror strike at a historic Gurdwara- Guru’s place- in Afghanistan,...

Letter to the Editor: Punjab Cops and Sidhu Moose Wala Draw Flak for Blaming Common People and NRIs

Gawacha Gurbaksh who has been missing since his return from Italy has something to tell everyone out there.Listen as Sidhu Moose Wala speaks on his behalf,about his journey home &the role he...

Op/Ed: Can CAA really help the Afghan Sikhs being persecuted in 2020?

The BJP led Indian government had made an amendment to the Citizenship Act -1955 on December 11 last year to help six religious minorities facing persecution or fear of persecution in three...

Op/Ed: Five lessons that Sikhs need to learn from the massacre of the Afghan Sikhs

The recent brutal massacre of Afghan Sikhs has twitched the hearts of the entire Sikh community. The whole world is mourning the brutal deaths of innocent Afghan Sikhs but unfortunately, due to...

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