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Can Horticulture Be An Option For Punjab’s Troubled Agriculture? Interview with Hardial S. Gharyala

Punjab's agriculture is in dire crisis and to overcome this, Punjab needs to diversify from rice-paddy crop cycle that has drained its' natural resources. A team of Agriculture and Environment Awareness Centre met S. Hardial Singh Gharyala, former deputy director of Horticulture in Punjab.

Young Couple Return To Punjab To Connect To The Roots; Engage in Organic Farming At Native Village

A team of Agriculture and Environment Awareness Center met Gurpreet Singh and Navjit Kaur who have returned from New Zealand and have started organic farming in their native village near Patti in district Tarn Taran. This is video recording of talk with Gurpreet Singh and Navjit Kaur.

Legacy of Sikh Struggle and Present Situation: Bhai Mandhir Singh at Shaheedi Samagam

This is video recording of speech of Bhai Mandhir Singh during Shaheedi Samagam at village Budh Singh Wala on 29 July 2021. In this speech he talked about the legacy of Sikh struggle and the present situation.

Critical Response to Sikh Policy Document by Custodians at Akal Takht Sahib (by Free Akal Takht)

The SGPC appointed acting Jathedar and his staff at Akal Takht Sahib released a document titled "Contemporary Sikh Concerns and Priorities" (CSCP) that outlined Policy Directions and Institution building for the Sikhs on June 3rd 2021 to a large chosen batch.

East Punjab CM Writes to Indian PM for Re-Opening of Kartarpur Sahib Corridor

East Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Wednesday urged Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to reopen the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor, in view of the improvement in the Covid situation, to facilitate people to visit the historic Sikh Gurdwara Sahib in West Punjab in Pakistan.

New Book Documents Details of 65 Sikh Gurdwaras Attacked by Indian Army in June 1984

In June 1984 the Indian state launched armed attack on Sikhs and targeted Sikh Gurdwaras across Punjab and adjoining state. A new book penned by ...

International Association of Genocide Scholars (IAGS) to Host Session on Sikh Genocide

International Association of Genocide Scholars (IAGS) is going to hold IAGS 2021 Conference from 18 to 23 July at University of Barcelona. A session on Sikh genocide will also be hosted during this conference, which will be attended by genocide scholars, academicians, researchers and human rights activists from across the globe.

Sikh Siyasat’s Facebook Page Blocked in India Without Any Intimation

A year after blocking Sikh Siyasat’s news websites in India, the Government of India today blocked Sikh Siyasat’s Facebook page too. Sikh Siyasat is a Punjab based news and media house which focuses on news and analysis related to issues concerning Punjab and the Sikhs. Started in 2006, the Sikh Siyasat remained a trusted source of information and analysis, especially on issues concerning Punjab and the Sikhs. Sikh Siyasat's Facebook page is followed by more than 2 lakh 41 thousands people out of which considerable numbers were from Punjab and India.

GURU NANAK ……. Author: Prof. Puran Singh (Part -1)

THE CHILD NANAK – He came like a song of Heaven, and began singing as he felt the touch of the breez and saw the ...

Why India Attacked Sikhs in June 1984? What Were Reasons Behind 1984 Attacks on Sikhs?

  In June 1984, Indian forces attacked Darbar Sahib, Amritsar and other Sikh Gurdwaras in Punjab and adjoining states. Speaking at a Shaheedi Samagam on ...

How to Understand Ghallughara June 1984? What Were Real Reasons Behind the Army Attack?

A memorial samagam was held at Gurdwara Shaheed Ganj, Mushiana Sahib, Mullanpur (Ludhiana) on 3 June 2021 in the memory of Shaheeds of Ghallughara June ...

Chemical Free Natural Farming in Punjab – Talk with Successful Farmer Gurmukh Singh Rangeelpur

Agriculture and Environment Center is calling for paddy reduction in Punjab in order save ground water. The Center is holding Water Awareness March and meeting environmentalists, agriculture experts and successful farmers practicing natural farming, or using farming techniques which save water.

Reduce Paddy, Save Punjab – Water Awareness Campaign in Punjab

Bhai Mandhir Singh, one of the directors of Agriculture and Environment Center, said that Jal Chetna Yatra will start on 7th of June from Darbar Sahib, Sri Amritsar. No end date is announced for conclusion of the Yatra. He said that if restrictions on gatherings etc. are lifted then a Jal Panchayat (Water Assembly) could be organized after the conclusion of this yatra.

JAR­NAIL SINGH (1973-2021) — The Man Who Threw A Shoe At In­jus­tice

S P Singh is a se­nior jour­nal­ist who knows where the shoe pinches but has­n’t mus­tered up enough courage to hurl one at so many ...

An Analysis of West Bengal Elections

Ideally, in a democracy, the elections should be contested on the basis of political, economic and cultural policies aimed at welfare of the society. But ...

Neither Trail Nor Bail for Bhai Jagtar Singh Hawara in 15 Years Old Case

"Bail not jail" is a general rule for an under trial, the Indian Supreme Court declared time and again but a Punjab and Haryana High Court judge was not bothered about it while rejecting bail application of Bhai Jagtar Singh Hawara in a 15 years old case. The judge also ignored the fact that even the trail is also not taking place in that case.

Bargari Sacrilege Issue, Panthic Organisations and Political Parties Join Hands

Upping the ante against Punjab and Haryana High Court decision on Kotkapura firing incident, the Sikh bodies led by former Akal Takhat Jathedar Bhai Ranjit Singh today announced to burn the copies of the judgement terming it political, biased and flawed.

Improved Version of Free Punjabi Font Converter Released by Sikh Siyasat

Sikh Siyasat has been contributing for the promotion of Punjabi language by various means. One of the free services offered by the Sikh Siyasat for promotion of Punjabi language is online Punjabi font converter.

Accept Your Govt’s Failures In Sacrilege related Cases, Sack Inefficient AG: Sikh Bodies Tell Punjab CM

Raising the pitch against the denial of justice, the Sikh groups along with aggrieved family members register their protest against P& H High Court quashing the SIT report on Kotkapura incident.

Indian-origin man arrested for attacks on Sikhs in Australia

An Indian-origin youth has been arrested for a series of attacks on Sikhs which are suspected to be hate crimes. Asutalian media has identified the man as 24-year-old Vishal Jood.

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