Dera activists clash with Sikh group in Ferozepur, 9 injured

Dera followers and members of ‘Ek Noor Khalsa Fauj’ during a clash near Jogewala village in Ferozepur

Ferozepur, Punjab: Panic prevailed in the region as nine persons were injured after a clash between the followers of Sirsa-based Dera Sacha Sauda, known as “Premis”, and certain Sikh organisations, including “Ek Noor Khalsa Fauj”, near Jogewala village in Makhu, around 40 km from district headquarters, this morning. The police had to fire several shots in air to disperse the mob ...

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SGPC gives Rs 2 cr aid to flood-hit J&K Sikhs

SGPC gives Rs 2 cr aid to flood-hit J&K Sikhs

Amritsar, Punjab: The SGPC has disbursed financial aid worth Rs 2 crore for the rehabilitation of Sikh families in the flood-affected areas of Jammu and Kashmir. Diljeet Singh Bedi, SGPC additional secretary, in a statement, said they had kicked off the process to distribute aid to the affected Sikh families, which had been divided into three categories. “We are distributing cheques ...

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Sikh leaders meet UN Secy-Gen, seek justice for victims

Gurdeep Kaur, president, Istri wing of 1984 Sikh Katle-Aam Peerat Welfare Society, and Karnail Singh Peermohammad, Sikhs for Justice convener (India), address mediapersons in Ludhiana.

Ludhiana, Punjab: Gurdeep Kaur, the president of Istri Wing of “1984 Sikh Katle-Aam Peerat Welfare Society”, and the Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) have given a representation to the Secretary, United Nations Organization (UNO), seeking justice for the 1984 genocide victims. Disclosing this during a press conference here on Friday, Gurdeep Kaur and Karnail Singh Peermohammad, the SFJ convenor (India), and president ...

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World Sikh Educational Conference begins

Members of Chief Khalsa Diwan at the inauguration of the three-day educational conference in Tarn Taran on Friday.

Amritsar, Punjab: A three day World Sikh Educational Conference was inaugurated at Chief Khalsa Diwan Institute of Management and Technology, Tarn Taran, today. The seminar is being organised by the Educational Committee of the Chief Khalsa Diwan. Various eminent personalities and renowned educationist from across the world participated in the event. The event began with the bhog of Sri Akhand Path ...

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Bharatiya Yuvak Sangh making Hindu temple on the blueprints of Sri Harmandir Sahib

Bharatiya Yuvak Sanghs

Amritsar, Punjab: Amritsar’s 106-year-old Durgiana Mandir (Copy of Darbar Sahib) will now replace the Sri Harmandir Sahib as the theme of the Durga Puja pandal at Bakri Bazar in Upper Bazar area of Ranchi. Organizers Bharatiya Yuvak Sangh on Sunday agreed to make the needed modifications as a gesture after a Sikh delegation from Jamshedpur visited the capital to point out ...

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