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Big Sikh presence at Kuala Lumpur Remembrance

Sikh war veterans were present in sizeable numbers at the Remembrance Sunday organised by the British High Commission in Kuala Lumpur today. Some 16 retired Sikh soldiers from Malaysian armed forces, led by Major General (Rt) Ranjit Singh Ramday, took part in the ceremony held at Tugu Negara, or the national monument, this morning (8 Nov 2015). The retired Sikh ...

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Dal Khasla and Bittu Party is not endorsing Sarbat Khalsa anymore

As largely predicted by all Sikhs around the world that there will be people who will never allow the movement to stay united, strong and successful. Sikhs being the most compassionate religion, always give second chances to everyone whether one deserves or not. Sikh Panth gave bittu chance over chance to prove himself worthy for the panth. Soon after Sukhi ...

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Turncoat Karnail Singh Peer Mohammed wants Sarbat Khalsa in mid of 2016

As Sikh organisations prepare for the Sarbat Khalsa to be held on November 10, the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) has decided to foil it by reaching out to the masses asking them not to attend the activity having and claims it “hidden malicious agenda”. Turncoat Peer Mohammed is now the second one to speak against the sikh gathering of ...

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Badal Camp now threatening private Bus companies

Public transportation is the best and easy mode of transportation for Punjabis. Badal family knew this for very long time and made millions every month by having many bus companies. Badal Camp also know that Sikhs will use bus transportation to reach the panth call of sarbat khalsa in amritsar. Badal Camp started calling all private bus companies not to ...

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Sikh Sarbat Khalsa Gathering Update 1

For the next few days, SSN will post updates of the Sikh Sarbat Khalsa gathering at Chaba village in Amritsar. 1. DGP Suresh Arora to camp in Amritsar – Punjab director general of police (DGP) Suresh Arora will camp in the holy city to order every move of Punjab Police first hand. 2. Indo-Tibetan Border Police Commandos – Four Companies of ...

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