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Sikh24.com - MP Dharamvira Gandhi Encourages Open Debate on Khalistan; Sarbat Khalsa Was Not Anti-national

Sikh24 Editors

Patiala, Panjab, 25 November 2015. Terming the freedom of expression and speech as the cornerstone of democracy, Member Parliament from Patiala, Dr. Dharamvira Gandhi, has sought open debate on the Khalistan issue. 201 more words


Hindustan Times - Punjab CM Parkash Singh Badal shown black flags during sangat darshan

HT Correspondent

Khadoor Sahib, 26 November 2015. In a major embarrassment to Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal, hundreds of farmers interrupted his sangat darshan programme and showed him black flags in Bharowal village of the Khadoor Sahib Assembly constituency. 143 more words


Newseastwest.com - Sikhs in Vancouver to become second biggest religious group by 2031

Gurmukh Singh

Toronto. Canada is fast changing its colours as visible minorities ­ Asians, Blacks and others ­ are outgrowing the white population. According to projections done for Citizenship and Immigration Canada, 60 per cent residents of the Greater Vancouver area by the year 2031 will be non-whites. 363 more words


Human Rights Without Frontiers International - Pakistan: Ahmadi place of worship set ablaze in Jhelum, riots erupt after blasphemy allegations

Dawn.com, 21 November 2015. An enraged mob set a Ahmadi place of worship on fire in Punjab’s Jhelum district on Saturday, following Friday night’s arson attack on a factory. 735 more words


Sikh24.com - Dear India, the Free Exercise of Religion is NOT Sedition

Manjit Singh, Sikh24

Wednesday, 18 November 2015. This past week, the Sikh community had its largest gathering in decades. Known as the Sarbat Khalsa, this conclave consisted of representatives of almost all Sikh groups from every region of the world. 678 more words


Sikh Free Press - Punjab Bandh Monday

Anju Kaur

Sunday, 22 November 2015. Interim Akal Takhat Jathedar Dhian Singh Mand has called for a Bandh, or statewide shutdown, on 23 November, as another peaceful protest against the corrupt and abusive polices of the administration of Chief Minister Parkash Badal, a confidential source close to the organizers told Sikh Free Press. 75 more words


The Tribune - SGPC staff who took part in Sarbat Khalsa under lens

G S Paul, Tribune News Service

Amritsar, 20 November 2015. Those SGPC employees who were part of the controversial ‘Sarbat Khalsa’ held at Chabba village on November 10, or were involved in creating commotion in the Golden Temple complex the next day are under the scanner. 230 more words