Heroic Death of Manmeet Singh: A Life Animated by Human Compassion

Heroic Death of Manmeet Singh: A Life Animated by Human Compassion Alberta, Canada: Nov. 25, 2015 — “Manmeet Singh left us while he was doing what he loved more than anything — helping someone else,” said the family of Manmeet Singh Bhullar after the 35-year-old Sikh member of Alberta’s Legislative Assembly was struck

California Priest Deplores Chicago Murder of Surat Singh’s Son-in-Law

Christian leader ponders “connection between his death and his family’s peaceful protests” in India Fr. Joshua Lickter, who has repeatedly appealed on behalf of hunger-striker Surat Singh Khalsa, released a statement on Monday questioning the motive behind Monday’s Chicago-region murder of Khalsa’s son-in-law, Satwinder Singh Bhola. Khalsa, an 83-year-old Sikh from

Canada’s NDP Releases Statement in Support of Bapu Surat Singh

OTTAWA, Canada —Official Opposition Human Rights Critic Wayne Marston (Hamilton East – Stoney Creek) made the following statement today: New Democrats are concerned about the condition of Bapu Surat Singh, a peaceful protestor in Punjab. Bapu Surat Singh has been on hunger strike for more than six months to draw

Sikh Political Prisoners Could be Released if Punjab Govt Aspires

        By: Surjit Singh Justice RS Sodhi (retd) has maintained that notwithstanding stay on state’s right to release the prisoners ruled by Supreme Court, state governments could move the apex court to present their case with arguments and thus they could ensure release of respective prisoners. Justice

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