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Day 158 of Hunger Strike: Despite Critical Health, Bapu Surat Singh Khalsa Firm on Prisoner Rights


CHANDIGARH, Punjab (June 23, 2015)—Bapu Surat Singh Khalsa has entered 158th day of his hunger strike today. Despite critical health, Bapu Ji has remained steadfast in his demands. Yesterday, he wrote a letter in name of the Sikh Sangat expressing his firm stance on the release of political prisoners of all religions. Following is the translation of the letter – ...

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Indian-origin oldest Brit dies within a week of turning 111


London, June 23: Britain’s oldest man of Indian origin has died within a week of celebrating his 111 birthday. Nazar Singh, who was born in Punjab in 1904, but had lived in England for 50 years with one of his nine children after moving to Sunderland in 1989, died on June 20 morning while visiting his relatives in India, the ...

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Baba Harnam Singh Dhumma Admitted in Hospital


MUMBAI, India (June 22, 2015)—Chief of a Damdami Taksal faction and Sant Samaj, Giani Harnam Singh Dhumma has been admitted in Leelawati Hospital at Mumbai. Bhai Sukhwinder Singh Agwan (Convener of International Panthik Dal) shared this information with Sikh24 correspondent Pritpal Singh. He informed that Baba Dhumma was suffering from uric acid arousal from some days and his legs were ...

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Akal Takht Jathedar Meets Prof. Devinder Pal Singh Bhullar


AMRITSAR SAHIB : Sri Akal Takht Sahib appointed Jathedar Giani Gurbachan Singh on Monday met Sikh political prisoner Prof. Davinderpal Singh Bhullar who was shifted from Delhi’s Tihar jail to Amritsar jail few days ago, at Swami Vivekanand Hospital here. Prof. Bhullar is receiving medical treatment in this hospital.Giani Gurbachan Singh inquired about health condition of Prof. Bhullar and did ...

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E-Book of First English Novel on 1984 Sikh Genocide Released Online


CHANDIGARH, Punjab (June 17, 2015)—E-book of “Saffron Salvation”, first English novel on 1984 Sikh genocide authored by UK based Simarjit Kaur, has been released online. The e-book is available on amazon.co.uk. Significantly, the novel has been written as per Sikh point of view and is presenting Sikh aspirations in positive sense contrary to many other writings on 1984 trauma. Its ...

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