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The Tribune - November 10 meet not Sarbat Khalsa, say intellectuals

As the crisis in the state is nowhere near its end, intellectuals and the political leadership try to find ways to resolve it

Sarbjit Dhaliwal, Tribune News Service… 404 more words


Protests in India Over the Desecration of a Holy Text Leave Two Dead

The alleged desecration of a holy Sikh book prompted widespread street protests in northern India on Wednesday, with two demonstrators killed after police opened fire on a crowd. 153 more words

The Tribune - Sikh activists call for ‘Sarbat Khalsa’

Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, 12 October 2015. The row over pardon granted to Dera Sacha Sauda head Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh in a blasphemy case refuses to die down. 97 more words


Sikh24.com - Jathedars Vedanti and Nandgarh demand sack of Takhat Jathedars from SGPC

Sikh24 Editors

Jalandhar, Panjab, 30 September 2015. Labeling the Takht Jathedars’ decision of pardoning Sirsa Cult Chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim as an unforgiveable sin, former Akal Takht Jathedar Giani Joginder Singh Vedanti and Jathedar Balwant Singh Nandgarh has demanded an immediate dismissal of the five Takht Jathedars. 284 more words


The Tribune - Sant Samaj seeks resignation of Akal Takht Jathedar

Jathedars who obey the ‘Badal Dal’ instead of the Sarbat Khalsa and the Sant Samaj have one thing in common : They are both un-Sikh institutions ! 418 more words


The Tribune - SGPC members ‘disheartened’

Kulwinder Sandhu, Tribune News Service

Moga, 25 September 2015. Terming the decision of the Sikh clergy to pardon Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh as ‘humiliation of the Sikh community’, the general secretary of the Shiromani Gurudwara Prabhandak Committee (SGPC) Sukhdev Singh Bhaur has said that he feels ‘disheartened’ after this verdict. 223 more words


"Style is what you make of it" - Gurmeet Ram Rahim Ji Insan

Godmen, philanthropists and social reformers can be identified from far off. They can easily be typecast by their sartorial choices. But then, revolution begins with those who break the clutter. 222 more words

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