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The Tribune - With 296 confirmed cases, dengue tightens its grip

Varinder Singh, Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, 1 September 2015. Dengue has started tightening its grip around Punjab with as many as 296 confirmed and 1,108 suspected cases surfacing in different parts of the state. 394 more words

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Sikh24.com - Sikh Human Rights Group Receives Status of United Nations Consultative Body

Surjit Singh

Khadur Sahib, 1 September 2015. Sikh Human Rights Group (SHRG), an international body active since 1985, has received status of consultative body of Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations. 364 more words

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Sikh24.com - Bapu Surat Singh Khalsa asks Simranjit Singh Mann to contest 2017 elections from an Allied Platform

Sikh24 Editors

Ludhiana, Punjab, 30 August 2015. Speaking collectively to Sikh political leaders, Bapu Surat Singh Khalsa asked S. Simranjit Singh Mann to consider contesting elections from an “allied platform”. 223 more words

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The Tribune - Security beefed up for bhog of Khalsa’s son-in-law

Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, 28 August 2015. The Jagraon police have beefed up security at Hassanpur village and the surrounding areas following the announcement that Satwinder Singh Bhola’s bhog ceremony will be held at the village gurdwara on August 30. 203 more words

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Sikh24.com - Protest Staged Against the SGPC for Hiring Banker as Chief Secretary

Surjit Singh

Anandpur Sahib, Punjab, 27 August 2015. Led by Bhai Baldev Singh Wadala, hazoori ragi of Sri Darbar Sahib, several activists of the Sikh Sadbhawana Dal today staged demonstration against appointment of chief secretary by the SGPC. 98 more words

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The Tribune - Dinanagar Attack, Ample proof of terrorists’ Pakistan identity, says probe

New Delhi, 26 August 2015. The three terrorists, who carried out the Dinanagar attacks, had come from Sargoda in Pakistan, and a pair of shoes recovered from the slain terrorists bore “Cheetah” mark, a popular brand in that country. 305 more words

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Human Rights Without Frontiers International - Pakistan, Faisalabad: Christian family forced to flee from place to place after wife converts from Islam

Khurram Naveed, 33, a Christian man, and Sobia, 25, a Muslim woman, taught at the same school. Aided by Khurram, Sobia discovered Christianity and decided to be baptised. 775 more words

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