As per the reports emanating from the local media a Sikh boy from Western Suburban Melbourne has been denied admission because he was wearing a dastar.
The Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (HSGPC) today welcomed SGPC chief Kirpal Singh Badungar’s announcement that only youths from Haryana
On the 4’th February 1986, Sikh Student Federation (SSF) members gathered in Nakodar to collect the Saroops of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji
Guru Gobind Singh Ji study circle is going to hold a lecture upon the recent unfortunate "Scarilege incidents of Guru Granth Sahib Ji and Sikh reaction"
The District Commissioner of Amritsar Dr Basant Garg on Monday morning flagged off a special train ferrying more than 1,000 devotees to Takht Patna Sahib
Sikh Religious preacher and "appointed" jathedar of the takhat Damdama Sahib Baljit Singh Daduwal has been arrested by the Batala police
Sikh council a UK based Sikh body has vehmently critized the the offensive distortion of the Sikh Ardas at a function in Bathinda’s Rampura Phul constituency
Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab (December 26, 2011): The Three-day Shaheedi Sabha in the memory of two younger Sahibzadas Guru Gobind singh and his mother Mata Gujri ji began on December 25 at Fatehgarh Sahib.
The Sikh Community in Singapore is going to organize a four-day festival to mark the 350th birthday of Guru Gobind Singh Ji.
Almost 10000 Sikhs are expected to attend the annual Nagar Kirtan procession, which will be making its way through the city today.
In a memorandum to the SGPC Chief Kirpal Singh Badungar the parents of Bhai Ravinder Singh (Nakodhar Goli Kand) Bapu Baldev Singh and Mata Baldeep Kaur, have reminded him that on Feb. 02, 2011 the then Jathedar of Akal Takht Sahib
Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University, Fatehgarh Sahib’s Department of Religious and Civilization studies has organized a two day international conference on Interfaith Dialogue for Global Peace and harmony.
Addressing the Sikh sangat during the samagam Bhai Satnam Singh Khanda said that the Sikh sangat had made them to act as "Panj Pyare" against the (so-called) jathedars who had been acting against the collective will of the Sikh panth.
While terming the India’s republic day as betrayal day for Sikhs, the Dal Khalsa along with its alliance partner Panch Pardhani has decided to organize public rally at Amritsar on Jan 25 to protest against “Injustices and Intolerance".
The biggest and naked lie of the recent years is that octogenarian Akali leader Parkash Singh Badal and his government has never interfered in affairs of the SGPC and the Akal Takhat. Stating this, Dal Khalsa spokesperson Kanwar Pal Singh said he hasn’t seen a bigger liar than Senior Badal in his 18 years of political life.
Taking a dig at the SGPC for making complete turnabout on Nanakshahi calendar, the Dal Khalsa today questioned the wisdom of the SAD and SGPC leadership for backtracking from the issue that's core of the struggle to uphold the Sikh's distinct identity.
Condemning the dismissal of Panj Piyare's by the SGPC executive, the Dal Khalsa and SAD Panch Pardani said it was engineered by Badals only to satisfy their ego and arrogance.
Shiromani Gurdwara Prabhandak Committee (SGPC) executive committee today sacked four Akal Takhat Panj Pyare for allegedly “out-stepping their jurisdiction”. An emergency meeting of the executive as held at SGPC head office in Amritsar in which 13 out 15 members of the executive committee took part.
Hoshiarpur: Hitting out at political chicanery of Badals, the Dal Khalsa today ridicules the non-functioning and non-performance of one-man judicial commission formed by Akali government to dig out the truth behind the sacrilege incidents terming it's formation as eyewash meant only to cool the tempers of hurt Sikh sangat.
Dal Khalsa and its alliance partner SAD (Panch Pardani) hits out at the Akali led Punjab government for failing to discharge its constitutional duty in arresting the guilty cops under murder charges who ordered the firing on Sikh protesters that resulted in killing of two Sikhs in Faridkot district.Next Page »