The New York Times profiles the book 'India at War', which covers a number of modern conflicts in Indian history.
Rajinder Singh Dhatt is one of the very few surviving Sikh soldiers who saw action during the Second World War.
When Pardeep Singh Nagra was a kid in Mississauga, he didn’t see Sikh soldiers in his history textbooks.
Sikh soldier who survived a Japanese bullet through the jaw serving in the British Army during Second World War celebrates his century in Hitchin.
Private Harmeet Singh, Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps, holds the first official poppy before taking part in the Poppy Parade.
Harmeet Singh, the first Sikh to serve in Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps features in the Royal British Legion's TV commercial for the launch of the 2015 Poppy Appeal.
Serving Sikh soldiers of the British Army, with young Sikhs from the National Army Museum's World War One reenactment group of the 15th Ludhiana Sikhs, strike a pose on the base of London's Nelson's Column during the annual Diwali in London event in Trafalgar Square.
The Sikh Channel recently broadcast a lengthy piece on the 'Empire, Faith & War' exhibition presented by Dr Gurnam Singh.
Graves of Muslim Men of the Sikh Regiment who fought for the British against Germany, now lie buried in Belgium next to Canadians.
Some of UKPHA's 'Empire, Faith & War' team are visiting Ypres and Neuve Chapelle over the weekend.
Join the National Army Museum at tomorrow's London Mela and get a selfie with a First World War Sikh soldier.
This newly coloured image brings out details that are otherwise difficult to see in the original.
Today the world remembers the 70th anniversary of the atomic bomb dropped on the Japanese city of Hiroshima on 6 August 1945.
We are saddened to report the passing of a highly decorated World War Two veteran.
We're concluding our first ever national fundraising effort with an album of gorgeous photography by Raj Gedhu covering the entirety of our Brighton Marathon effort.