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Sale of banned book on Guru Nanak Dev Jee Erupts controversy

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PATIALA, May 26 : Punjab Language Department has triggered new controversy by re-launching the banned book on Sri Guru Nanak Dev authored by Dr Gurbachan Kaur.Basically, the book titled “Janam Sakhi Bhai Bala Da Paath Pramanikaran Ate Aalochanatmac Sampadan” is based on Ph.D thesis on Janam Sakhi of Guru Nanak Jee. But the Janam Sakhi on which the book is ...

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SGPC May Appoint Ex-Bank Officer Harcharan Singh as Chief Secretary

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AMRITSAR SAHIB May 26 : As per information availed by internal sources to Sikh24, a Delhi based retired bank officer is trying to ensure his appointment as chief secretary of Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) for which he has conducted a number of meetings with its president Avtar Singh Makkar and other top office bearers. The sources name the aspirant as ...

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£10k Reward for Information on Missing Punjabi Hotel Owner Who Went Missing in India

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WEST MIDLANDS —Family members have announced a cash reward of up to £10k for information leading to the location of Ranjit Singh Power. Power is the owner of the Ramada Park Hall Hotel located on the Park Drive, Goldthorn Park. He went missing when he arrived in India for a business trip on May 7. Power has been placed on ...

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SGPC Purchases DVD Rights of Chaar Sahibzade; Constitutes Sub-Committee to Appoint Chief Secretary

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AMRITSAR SAHIB May 24 : In a meeting, Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) resolved to appoint a chief secretary to manager internal affairs. For the purpose, the SGPC on Friday set up a 3-member sub-committee. The meeting was attended by executive members of the SGPC. SGPC senior vice-president Raghujit Singh Virk, general secretary Sukhdev Singh Bhaur and executive committee member ...

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US Envoy Verma Visits Darbar Sahib; SGPC Seeks His Help on Problems Faced by Sikhs Abroad

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AMRITSAR SAHIB, May 22 : A US envoy Richard Rahul Verma who belongs to India originally, on Wednesday, visited Sri Darbar Sahib (Golden Temple) and paid obeisance here praying for peace of international community. He also took part in ‘Sewa’ in Guru Ram Dass Langar Hall. He also interacted with the pilgrims partaking ‘langar’ at the facility.He was accompanied by his ...

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