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Rebuttal of Gurdarshan Dhillon’s comment about Sikh Scripture Sri Dasam Granth (Part II)

Continued from earlier article. Lies of Gurdarshan Dhillon Rebutted about Sikh Scripture, Sri Dasam Granth Gurdarshan Dhillon mentions names of two persons Mr Wilkinson and Mr Malcolm in the video above posted article whom he alleges for having planted Sri Dasam Granth in Punjab. Mr Dhillon does not even know the name of Mr Wilkins as he calls him Wilkinson. ...

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State sponsored massacare of innocent Sikh Pilgrims – Pilibhit we’ve forgotten

When a CBI special court awarded life imprisonment and hefty fines last month to the 47 policemen held guilty of a 1991 fake encounter in Pilibhit, in which 10 Sikh pilgrims were gunned down, attention was drawn to an equally horrifying — but largely unknown and forgotten — incident of human rights violation inside the Pilibhit district jail on the ...

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Lies of Gurdarshan Dhillon Rebutted about Sikh Scripture, Sri Dasam Granth

Vancouver, Canada: Prof. Gurdarshan Singh from India has been a professor of history with Punjab university. Sikh organizations around the world is now starting to invite him as a scholar to give lecture(s) on Sikhism so that our offspring remain attached to our religion, history and traditions. This Baisakhi he was invited by Sikh Organization based in Surrey, Canada who is strongly aligned ...

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Fascist grip getting serious for India

Karnataka, India: Radicalized Hindu religious fanatics accused of hiring assassins to kill scholar. Criminal Investigation Department has revealed on Thursday that, Hindu right-wing groups involved in the murder of scholar M.M. Kalburgi. “Supari killers, hired by a right-wing group” could have been behind the murder”, says CID officials. According to “The Hindu” news CID officials said 20 such groups were ...

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Badal Party stirs up Khalsa College controversial issue again

Amritsar, Punjab: The Parkash Singh Badal government is set to clear a proposal for setting up Khalsa University on the iconic Khalsa college campus at Amritsar – a potentially-controversial move that was shelved five years ago in the face of stiff opposition from Sikh and political quarters. On Thursday, a high-powered committee headed by chief secretary Sarvesh Kaushal is scheduled ...

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