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Bhattal meets Hooda, seeks relief for Genocide hit

Chandigarh: Senior Congress leader and former Chief Minister Rajinder Kaur Bhattal today led a delegation of Haryana Sikhs to meet Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda at his official residence here. She also handed him a charter of demands, said a statement issued here today. Bhattal told Hooda that the Sikhs in Haryana had suffered a lot during the 1984 Sikh ...

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A reader’s comments about ban on Punjabi Movie Kaum De Heere

Chandigarh: Recently the Govt. of India banned Punjabi movie Kaum De Heere. It was a big news in Indian newspapers. I’ll like to share some of the comments I wrote on Times of India website and some of my counter comments in reply to some of the other people making comments. I hope you’ll find them interesting. It clearly proves ...

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Now India’s CBFC bans Punjabi Movie “Dilli 1984 – Insaaf Di Udeek”

New Delhi, India: It is learnt that another Punjabi movie “Insaaf Di Udeek – Dilli 1984″ has been denied clearance Certificate by Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC). Ashok Gupta, director of the movie told during a press conference that an interview of Sikh Genocide 1984 victims and eye-witness was the main motivation behind the movie. He said that the story ...

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Welfare Board demands CBI inquiry into Sikh genocide

Ludhiana, Punjab: The members o f Ludhiana Sikh Migrants Welfare Board (LSMWB) have expressed disappointment over the delay in justice to the victims of Sikh genocide in 1984. In a press release issued here on Saturday, Kanwaljit Singh Mong a, president, LSMWB, stated that they were disparaged with the role of political parties to carry forward the cause as they had ...

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Sikh panel puts candidates to test

Ludhiana, Punjab: The Ludhiana Sikh Migrants Welfare Board asked all major political parties and their candidates contesting the Lok Sabha elections to make their stand clear on all crucial issues related to victims of  Sikh genocide of 1984 so that more than 15,000 families settled in the city could decide their line of action. In an open letter to state presidents ...

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