SGPC took control of Patna Sahib board from Sarna group

GK Singh congratulating SGPC Chief. Photo: GK Singh's Facebook post.

Widening its control in the religious arena, the SAD today succeeded in wresting the power at Takht Sri Patna Sahib Management Board from SAD (Delhi) with SGPC chief Avtar Singh Makkar getting unanimously elected as the new board president in the mid-term poll of the office-bearers. During the election held under the supervision of the district judge, eight members owing ...

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Akali veteran Surat Singh on fast-unto-death

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Chandigarh, Punjab: An 83-year-old veteran of various agitations launched by the Akali Dal, Bapu Surat Singh has been on a fast-unto-death protest in Ludhiana demanding “political prisoners” status for all the Sikhs detained for their involvement in what he described as the “Sikh struggle.” He has sought the release of all those who had completed their prison sentences. Through an ...

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White House responds to India’s religious freedom effort spearheaded by Sikh Americans

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White House responds to all 100k+ petition signers. Petition was the effort of Non-Profit American based organzation – Sikhs For Justice —— Thank you for your petition. During his recent trip to India, the President discussed the importance of religious freedom and tolerance in India on January 27 during his speech at Siri Fort in New Delhi. President Obama underscored ...

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Comedy video: Hindu Mahasabha’s forced Valentine’s Day marriages

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Happy victims of Hindu Mahasabha’s forced Valentine’s Day marriages share their stories. Meanwhile, playful Delhi youth hope to rattle the Hindutva outfit by actually taking up its offer. It is going to be an eventful Valentine’s Day in Delhi this year. Young couples could be put to a test of their love by a right wing Hindutva outfit, Akhil Bharatiya ...

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1984 Sikh Genocide victims pin hopes on Kejriwal

Bibi Jagdish Kaur with Arvind Kejriwal in 2014.

Amritsar, Punjab: With the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) returning to power with a landslide victory in Delhi, the 1984 Sikh Genocide victims are hoping that justice will finally be delivered to them after three decades. Bibi Jagdish Kaur, who lost her husband, son and three brothers in the genocide, said: “We have high hopes from Arvind Kejriwal as he had ...

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