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Sikh leaders push for clemency to Rajoana


New Delhi : A SAD delegation led by its president Sukhbir Singh Badal met Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh in Delhi on Tuesday. The delegation’s meeting with the Home Minister lasted for about an hour in his North Block office. The Home Minister assured the delegation that the government was examining issues raised before it by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak ...

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Sacrilege Probe: SIT analysed handwriting of 450 suspects to nail accused


Chandigarh : Handwriting of nearly 450 suspects was analysed before the SIT could identify the accused who prepared the sacrilege posters that were found pasted at Burj Jawahar Wala and Bargari villages in October 2015, leading to protests and police firing. This was stated in a report submitted to the CBI for further probe by the SIT, headed by DIG Ranbir ...

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Hundreds turn out to support and counter pro-Khalistan rally in UK


London : Hundreds of people turned out at Trafalgar Square here on Sunday in support of a pro-Khalistan rally as well as to counter the event with an Independence Day celebration. The “We Stand With India” and “Love My India” events were organised by Indian diaspora groups as a reaction to the pro-Khalistan “London Declaration for a Referendum 2020”. The ...

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UK allows platform for Khalistan call to arms


Chandigarh : The US based advocacy group, Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), has been crying hoarse that “Referendum 2020”, which is aimed at demanding a separate homeland for the Sikhs, is a peaceful movement. The British Government, too, has “ignored” requests by the Indian Government to block the event to be held at Trafalgar Square in London on Sunday, saying peaceful ...

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Protests held outside UK mission against anti-India SFJ rally


New Delhi : Activists protested peacefully outside the UK High Commission in Delhi on Friday against the pro-Khalistan rally to be held at Trafalgar Square on August 12. Led by the All India Anti-Terrorist Front and its Chairman MS Bitta, Sikh and other activists marched from Teenmurti to the British mission with placards in hand calling the 2020 Referendum an ...

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