Dr. Gurbhagat Singh was a noted Sikh thinker. After retiring as a Professor and head of English Department of Punjabi University Patiala, he had dedicated the final decades of his life towards English translation of Guru Granth Sahib. An extensive interview with Dr. Gurbhagat Singh was recorded in June 2011.
There is no space for any discrimination on the basis of caste, colour, creed, race etc. in the Sikhi. Sikh Gurus had eradicated casteism and Sikh society was free from the curse of caste. Over the times, casteism has made some inroads into the Sikh society despite the fact that Sikhi strongly rejects and condemns such a discriminatory practise.
On April 12, 2020 an incident took place at Sabzi Mandi (Sanaur Road) Patiala where a clash ensued between police personnel and Nihang Singhs.
As air quality has increased because of lockdown in Punjab, people from various districts of Punjab were able to see snow laden Dhauladhar mountain range of Himalayas.
Speaking during Antim Ardas Samagam held in the memory of journalist S. Dalbir Singh at Village Ganna, near Phillaur on February 23, 2020 Sikh political analyst and author Bhai Ajmer Singh said that S. Dalbir Singh was a close confident of Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and he was a key witness of Sikh history of Dharam Yudh Morcha.
Sikh political analyst and author Bhai Ajmer Singh shared his views about "Jaswant Singh Kanwal's Approach Towards Political Movements and Struggle".
On 9 February 2020 an annual Shaheedi Samagam was held at a Gurdwara Sahib in Village Littran (near Nakodar) in Punjab in the memory of Shaheeds of Saka Nakodar 1986.
On 5th of February 2020, Pind Bachao Punjab Bachao Committee held a public meeting on 'CAA-NRC and Attack of Biparvadi Regime on People'.
An interview Karthik Ramanathan did with Noam Chomsky, Professor of Linguistics, University of Arizona at his office in Tucson. Noam Chomsky taught at MIT for over 50 years and is a leading critic of US foreign policy and an inspiration for many generations of human beings.
Dr. Gurbhagat Singh was a noted Sikh thinker. After retiring as a Professor and head of English Department of Punjabi University Patiala, he had dedicated the final decades of his life towards English translation of Guru Granth Sahib.
Speaking during an annual event organised by Guru Gobind Singh Study Circle (GGSC) at Kotkapura on 14th of December 2019, Bhai Mandhir Singh discussed different stages of public life of Sikhs as per Gurmat while elaborating the topic that "Why Sikhs Should Organise?".
Speaking during this event Advocate Rajinder Singh Bains recalled the contribution of Prof. SAR Geelani on the issue of political prisoners; and also spoke about Kashmir struggle and human rights issues.
Speaking during an event at Panjab University Chandigarh Prof. Pritam Singh (Oxford) discussed the topic of "Challenges For Punjab Economy in Global Context" in detail. This is video recording of the event.
Sikh political analyst and author Bhai Ajmer Singh was invited by Guru Gobind Singh Study circle to share his views during the organisation's annual camp at Kotkapura on 14 December, 2019. Addressing the delegates of GGSSC Bhai Ajmer Singh shared his views on topic "Organisation and Leadership - Unity Versus Uniformity".
Students For Society (SFS) and Punjab Human Rights Organisation (PHRO) marked World Human Rights Day on December 10, 2019 by organising an event in the memory of Kashmiri activist Prof. SAR Geelani. This is speech of S. Jagmohan Singh.
In October and November 2019, the Sikh Sangat and Ontario Gurdwaras Committee organised a series of lectures of various intellectuals, scholars and speakers to mark 550th Parkash Gurpurab of Guru Nanak Ji.
Replying to a question raised by Ludhiana MP Ravneet Singh Bittu about death sentence of Sikh political prisoner Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana, Home Minister of Government of India (GoI) Amit Shah has added more confusion to the issue.
In November 1984 Sikhs were subjected to genocidal massacres throughout the Indian subcontinent. Bokaro was one of the worst hit areas where Sikh families were brutally targeted with genocidal violence. Around a hundred Sikhs were killed in Bokaro in initial days of the month of November in 1984.
This is video recording of speech of Bhai Mandhir Singh during a discussion on 35th anniversary of 1984 Sikh Genocide. Bhai Mandhir Singh called upon Sikhs to get out of victims' mentality and take notice of changed geo-political situation.
The Australian Sikh Council organised a Samagam to celebrate 550th Parkash Gurpurab of Guru Nanak ji at the Australian Federal Parliament on the 22nd October 2019.Next Page »