The Controversial Video of Bhai Amrik Singh Which Caused Gurdwara Incident: “No Such Thing as Dukhbhanjanee Ber”

Via: Akaal Publishers “Amrik Sinh Chandigarh – turban incident This is not about free speech or having ideological differences – in this video this guy says: 1) Dukhbhanjanee Ber – shouldn’t be called this. Even though this is the name used historically for the tree on one side of the Amritsar Sarovar. The Sarovar is […]

London Mayor Wants British Govt to Apologize for Jallianwala Bagh Massacre

London Mayor visited Sri Darbar Sahib and toured the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre site. He paid his respects to the martyrs and asked the British Govt to issue an apology. Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, involved the killing of hundreds of unarmed, defenceless Indians by a senior British military officer, which took place on 13 April 1919 in […]

London Mayor Gives Disappointing Response to Singh

A Singh approached the London Mayor on the issue of Bapu Surat Singh’s hunger strike. He was explaining to the Mayor regarding the issue but the Mayor didn’t seem at all interested. Instead the Mayor stated ‘I’ll google it’. The Mayor could’ve given a more concerned response but instead chose to avoid the conversation. The […]

Video: When Gurdas Mann Met Sardar Fauja Singh

Punjabi singer Gurdas Mann met the world famous marathon runner Sardar Fauja Singh at the Vaisakhi Mela held in UK. The singer felt so honored to meet the legendary athlete Fauja Singh that he bowed his head to his feet. Fauja Singh, originally from village Bias (Jalandhar, Punjab) is aged 103 and regarded as the […]

London Mayoral Candidate Annoys Sikhs, Community Responds

London Mayoral Candidate Sadiq Khan MP annoyed members of the Sikh community after releasing a video to woo the Sikh vote by merely pledging a Vaisakhi event in another venue. Some members of the Sikh community felt insulted that the needs of the community are felt to be “satisfied” with a simple gesture of an […]

British MP Speaks Out on British Involvement in 1984

The British Labour MP Tom Watson( West Bromwich constituency),who helped uncover british involvement in the 1984 Amritsar attack. An estimated 50,000 Sikhs marched through London to remember the 1984 massacre at Sri Harmandar Sahib. Balbir Singh Bains, CEO of Sikh Relief, said: “I remember vividly the call from our family in India informing us that […]

Video: Thousands of Sikh March Through London in Remembrance Rally

An estimated 50,000 Sikhs marched through London to remember the 1984 massacre at Sri Harmandar Sahib. Balbir Singh Bains, CEO of Sikh Relief, said: “I remember vividly the call from our family in India informing us that our holiest place of worship, Sri Harmandir Sahib, had been attacked and worshippers had been killed. This rally […]

Singh’s Roaring Speech at 84′ Remembrance Event in UK is a Must Watch

A very thought provoking speech at the 1984 remembrance event in London organized by the Federation of Sikh Organizations. The event saw a record attendance in an effort to educate and remember the events of June 1984. After 31 years, the community still seeks justice for the innocent lives lost and desecration of the most […]

The Sikh Behind the £200 Million Oriental City of London

Peter Singh is the man behind the Redevelopment of £200 Million Oriental City of London! A Sikh from London is the man behind the Oriental City of London. He is property magnate Peter Virdee, managing director of Mayfair-based B&S Property, which bought the site in Colindale after the original owners ran into financial difficulties. The […]

Highlights From London’s Mega Vaisakhi Celebration (Video)

London Mayor Boris Johnson organised the Vaisakhi celebrations along side Singh Sabha London East and EY Sikh Network that took place on April 11th 2015 at City Hall and in The Scoop at More London, next to historic Tower Bridge. Vaisakhi is the most important day in the Sikh calendar, commemorating the beginning of Sikhism […]

Message from the Mayor of London to Sikhs (Video)

Message from the Mayor of London for Vaisakhi at City Hall: Come and join the celebration of Sikh heritage, history and culture. There’ll be a packed line up of indoor and outdoor activities for everyone. The popular free event will take place on Saturday 11 April 2015 at City Hall and in The Scoop at […]