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Sikhs believes in true democracy: Wants People’s panel to look into Bargari desecration

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Bathinda, Punjab: Sikh community organizers now have trashed the police theory that two brothers were involved in the Bargari desecration incident. Sikh community organizers had led the agitation against sacrilege, announced to form a “people’s commission” to look into all cases. Sikh community organizers such as Bhai Ranjit Singh Dhadriyanwale, missionary preacher Panthpreet singh along with former Takht Damdama Sahib ...

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Panj Pyaras to go ahead with meeting today at Sri Akal Takht

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Amritsar, Punjab: The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) executive body may be indecisive on suspending them for summoning all five Sikh high priests but the defiant Panj Pyaras of the Akal Takht will go ahead with their meeting to decide the fate of the jathedars who on September 24 pardoned Sirsa-based Dera Sacha Sauda controversial head Ram Rahim in a ...

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Sikhs reject Akali Dal Badal camp’s smear campaign towards two Sikh Activists

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Moga, Punjab: Claiming that the two brothers — Rupinder Singh and Jaswinder Singh — arrested by the police on the charge of sacrilege of the ‘bir’ of Guru Granth Sahib at Bargarhi village (Faridkot district) were innocent, the residents of Panjgrain Khurd — the native village of these youths — in Moga district have demanded a CBI inquiry into the ...

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Giani Gurbachan Singh says that Panj Piyares are ordinary granthis allowed to do small duties

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Amritsar, Punjab: On September 24, the five Takht heads — Gurbachan Singh (Akal Takht), Mal Singh (Kesgarh Sahib), Gurbaksh Singh (Damdama Sahib), Iqbal Singh (Patna Sahib) and Ram Singh (Hazoor Sahib) — had issued an edict pardoning Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh for his alleged blasphemous act by pretending 10th Sikh Guru Gobind Singh in 2007. The Panj Pyaras had, going ...

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Failing to read Hindi properly, teacher start pulling Sikh student’s hair in Haryana

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Panchkula, HR: A six-year-old girl student of Class II at Government Primary School, Balouti (Morni), had to face the wrath of her teacher for not being able to read a story in Hindi. Irritated, the teacher allegedly pulled her hair as a result of which a lock of her hair came off. On getting a complaint from the girl’s father, ...

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