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1984 Sikh Genocide: Woman who lost kin identifies Sajjan

1984 Sikh Genocide: Woman who lost kin identifies Sajjan

Cham Kaur, 70, didn’t lose her composure even once as she stood before a local court on Friday and identified Congress leader Sajjan Kumar as “chief instigator” of one of the largest Sikh Genocide that hit Delhi after the assassination of then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in 1984. But moments after she had deposed in […]

By November 17, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
Watch Bibi Kiranjot Kaur was not allowed by the SGPC members to speak

Watch Bibi Kiranjot Kaur was not allowed by the SGPC members to speak

Former four times MLA, former Punjab Cabinet Minister, Gobind Singh Longowal becomes 43rd Shriomani Gurdwara Pharbandhak Committee (SGPC) President during its annual general house meeting. He was re-elected today as first time he became President of this prestigious religious body last year November 2017. Some SGPC members boycotted the elections when the name of Gobind […]

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Giani Harpreet Singh faces protest

Giani Harpreet Singh faces protest

Newly appointed acting Jathedar Giani Harpreet Singh faced opposition while delivering his first “sandesh” (customary public address) during Bandi Chhor Diwas from the Darshni Deodi of Sri Darbar Sahib on Wednesday. Organisers of the sarbat Khalsa Jarnail Singh Sakhira and his supporters, SAD (Amritsar) activists and hardliners showed black flags to Giani Harpreet Singh and […]

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Beadvi of Sikh Kakkar in Shahrukh Khan`s New Movie

Beadvi of Sikh Kakkar in Shahrukh Khan`s New Movie

Once again bollywood hurted sikh sentiments with Beadvi of Sri Sahib in upcoming movie of So called Bollywood Badshah Sharukh Khan`s movie. Well This is not the first time, Bollywood tried to defame sikhs and make joke of sikhs. Bollywood is famous for its anti sikh activities, hurt sikhs and make jokes on sardars. Here […]

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Connecticut becomes first to observe Sikh Genocide Remembrance Day

Connecticut becomes first to observe Sikh Genocide Remembrance Day

NORWICH — More than 30 years after genocidal riots in India resulted in the death of thousands of Sikhs, Connecticut has become the first U.S. state to officially observe Sikh Genocide Remembrance Day. Nov. 1 will now be known as Sikh Genocide Remembrance Day in Connecticut in perpetuity after legislation introduced by state Sen. Cathy […]

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