Phone Call Leaked | Jathedar Giani Gurbchan Singh With Kirpal Singh Bathinda

A Phone call leaked with SGPC Jathedar Giani Gurbachan Singh Gurbachan Singh was born on April 6, 1948, at Chakk Baja in Muktsar, Panjab. Singh joined Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) as a Sewadar at Mukatsar. He served 36 years at SGPC beginning in 1972 and became head priest at Amritsar before becoming Jathedar on […]

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Canadian defence minister a Khalistani sympathiser, won’t meet him: Amarinder

Dubbing Canadian defence minister Harjit Singh Sajjan a “Khalistani sympathiser”, Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday said he will not meet the Indo-Canadian leader during his expected visit to India later this month. “Harjit Sajjan is a Khalistani sympathiser,” Amarinder alleged on the ‘Off the Cuff’ TV show by Shekhar Gupta. The chief […]

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First Time in History Raising Ceremony of Sikh Flag At Canadian Parliament in Ottawa Ontario

First Time in History Raising Ceremony of Sikh Flag At Canadian Parliament in Ottawa Ontario First Time in history Raising Ceremony of Sikh Flag At Canadian Parliament in Ottawa Ontario.Thank you everyone coming all the way from Toronto Montreal and Ottawa Sangat.To Celebrate first Time in History Sikh Heritage Month at Canadian Parliament. On behalf […]

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Khalistan Dollor Note on eBay !!

Khalistan (lit. “pure-land”) is the name given to the proposed nation-state encompassing the present Indian state of Punjab and all Punjabi-speaking areas around its borders. A movement for Khalistan was precipitated when the Indian Army attacked the Darbar Sahib (Golden Temple) in June 1984. India Republic of Khalistan 5 Dollars c. 1980. Front shows Jagjit Singh […]

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Ontario government recognises 1984 riots as Sikh Genocide

The Ontario Assembly set a new precedent by carrying a motion that described the violence against Sikhs in India in 1984 as “genocide.” The motion was moved by a Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) of the ruling Liberal Party of Ontario Harinder Malhi. The Ministry of External Affairs responded to this today with: We have […]

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CANADA: Brampton City Council Approves Komagata Maru Park

At Wednesday’s Committee of Council meeting, Brampton City Council approved the naming of the new library at 10705 Bramalea Road as ‘Springdale Library’, and its park as “Komagata Maru Park’. Komagata Maru The Komagata Maru was a ship that departed from Hong Kong in May of 1914, transporting immigrants, largely from the Punjab region of […]

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Unseen Images Of Sikh War || Share Maximum

There are three types of persons: those, who confess their own faults and mention the excellence of others, are the highest type; those, who highlight their own excellence and decry the  faults of others, are worse; those, who parade their own faults as excellence  and deride the excellence in others as faults, are the worst. The last type is nowadays most rampant. […]

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