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Sikh24.com - Why Are Sikhs Being Stopped From Meeting Bapu Surat Singh Ji?

Ludhiana, Panjab, 1 August 2015. Sikh Parcharaks and Panthik Jathebandia are not being permitted to meet Bapu Surat Singh Ji, who is currently being forcefully kept at the DMC Hospital in Ludhiana. 209 more words


The Tribune - Army honours railway men who averted Dinanagar train blast

Jalandhar, 1 August 2015. The Army on Saturday honoured two railway employees who averted a major tragedy by spotting live bombs planted by terrorists on a railway bridge near Dinanagar town in Punjab’s Gurdaspur district on July 27. 258 more words


Sikh24.com - Silence of Pakistan Militant Groups Creates Controversy over Gurdaspur Terror Attack

Surjit Singh Sikh24

Gurdaspur, 29 July 2015. Although Indian security agencies are claiming that the militants who launched terror attack in Dinanagar of Gurdaspur district, belonged to Lashkar-e-Toiba which is sponsored from Pakistan, however surprisingly no militant group from the terrorism hit Mulsim country has taken responsibility for the deadly attack so far. 571 more words


The Asian Age - Punjab cops to approach Interpol

Pramod Kumar

New Delhi, 31 July 2015. With the Centre making it clear that the three terrorists killed after the gunfight at a police station in Gurudaspur came from Pakistan, the Punjab police is all set to approach CBI — the nodal agency for the Interpol in India — for issuance of the “Blue” and “Black” corner notices to seek additional information about the deceased from the member countries, including Pakistan, through the International police. 245 more words


The Tribune - Pollution takes toll on Golden Temple’s sheen

A WHO report says Amritsar is the ninth most polluted city in the country, PPCB to install monitoring device soon

Perneet Singh, Tribune News Service… 460 more words


Dawn - ‘The immoral and reprehensible practice of torture must end’

Jamal Shahid

Islamabad, 31 July 2015. “In the Faisalabad District alone, more than 3,000 reported cases of police torture and fake encounters have come to light during the last ten years,” said Dr Khurram Sohail Raja, the head of forensic medicine at the Punjab Medical College, Faisalabad. 585 more words


Sikh24.com - British Sikhs Tell India It Has No Claim to ‘Kohinoor’ Diamond

Gurjeet Singh, Sikh Federation UK

London, UK, 30 July 2015. Keith Vaz MP today called for the world-famous ‘Koh-i-Noor’ diamond to be returned to India during Narendra Modi’s UK visit in November. 561 more words