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Sikh24.com - Ravinder Jeet Singh Gogi Not Presented in Court For the Fourth Time

Sikh24 Editors

Ludhiana, 18 April 2015. Son of Bapu Surat Singh Khalsa, Bhai Ravinder Jeet Singh “Gogi” was again not presented in the court today. He has been brought to the courthouse four times, however every time his case is deferred until future date. 129 more words

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The Tribune - SGPC, Pingalwara lock horns over stall removal

Society president stages sit-in, says will continue struggle till stall is restored

Perneet Singh, Tribune News Service

Amritsar, 17 April 2015. The SGPC and the All India Pingalwara Charitable Society today came face-to-face after the former removed the latter’s stall located near the main entrance of the Golden Temple. 374 more words

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Sikh24.com - Brutal Attack on Bapu Surat Singh Khalsa’s Son Was Pre-Planned: Sikh Youth Front

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Amritsar Sahib, 17 April 2015. The President of the Sikh Youth Front, Dr. Sharnjit Singh Rataul has claimed that the attack on Bhai Ravinder Jeet Singh Gogi was pre-planned. 179 more words

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The Tribune - SAD’s winning streak continues, no end to Congress crisis

Sarbjit Dhaliwal, Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, 15 April 2015. The resounding victory in the Dhuri Assembly bypoll has not only given a clear majority in the House to the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), but the party has also managed to further push the Opposition on the back foot. 1,196 more words

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The Tribune - 1984 riots: Probe sought into soldiers’ death

Tribune news service

Chandigarh, 13 April 2015. A section of ex-servicemen from the state has demanded that the three-member special investigation team (SIT) formed to probe the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in the Capital should “holistically examine” the issue of Sikh soldiers who were killed by mobs during the riots. 143 more words

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Hindustan Times - Helped by retired Army man, Odisha bonded labourer rescued from Punjab

Press Trust of India, Koraput, 13 April 2015. An Odisha tribesman who left home seven years ago in search of work and went missing has been reunited with his family after being rescued from Punjab where he was a bonded labourer. 267 more words

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Sikh24.com - Dhuri By-election: SAD (A) Candidate Kalabula Makes the Contest Triangular

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Sangrur, Punjab, 11 April 2015. Receiving great response in the campaign for Dhuri by-election to be held on April 11, candidate from pro-freedom Sikh political party Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) Surjit Singh Kalabula has broken two-party dominance and made the fight three-cornered. 311 more words

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