Freedom seeking Sikh Organisation Dal Khalsa announced that they will be hoisting the Sikh National Flag in Amritsar City on 15 August in parallel to Indian Independence Day celebrations.
A grenade attack on a mini-truck on the outskirts of the Karachi on Saturday night killed twelve members of an extended family and injured several more.
According to the US Geological Survey, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake rocked western Haiti, prompting a tsunami alarm. Some damage has already been reported.
Ghani’s pre-recorded message, read from a teleprompter, stated remobilizing the Afghan National Security Forces was a “top priority” and that he would find methods to assist the thousands of civilians displaced across the nation by fighting.
The Taliban issued a general declaration for all Afghan citizens in response to their continued territorial victories. This proclamation has been originally written in Persian and distributed under the Islamic Emirate banner.
A few weeks ago, the issue of Sikh girls converting to Islam and marrying Muslim men in Kashmir became the most discussed topic in India. Social media news channels and so-called Sikh activists and journalists spread fake news and misinformation to the extent that it not only brought shame to the Sikhs but also harmed the harmony between the peacefully co-existing two communities of Kashmir-the Sikhs and the Muslims.
On a two-day visit to India, US secretary of State Antony Blinken met with civil society representatives at the Leela Hotel. However, the meeting pictures figure representatives from different faiths and identities, but the press release mentions just one name and that one is the representative of the Dalai Lama.
Navjot Singh Sidhu has been appointed as Punjab Congress Chief by Congress president Sonia Gandhi.
The Sidhu-Captain tussle in the Punjab Congress is on the rise and now it seems to have reached its peak. Capt. Amarinder Singh was upset over the news of Navjot Sidhu being given the presidency of the Punjab Congress by the Gandhi family, and while expressing his displeasure, he said that Sidhu would be accepted as the President only if he would first apologize for the words used against him.
The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) on the occasion of death anniversary of Jathedar Teja Singh Samundri, a prominent leader of Gurdwara Reform Movement organized a Gurmat Samagam (religious congregation) in his memory at its headquarter Teja Singh Samundri Hall on Saturday.