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The Black Prince Movie screening gets splendid response in Connecticut (USA)

A special screening of the movie "Black Prince" was organised by USA based Sikh Sewak Society International USA in Hartford Spotlight Theatre

India Media outlets ToI, DNA, OutlookIndia (Hindi) remove story about 300% increase in BJP chief Amit Shah’s assets in 5 years

Chandigarh: A news story published by Time of India’s Ahmedabad edition about 300% increase in assets of Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) president Amit Shah in ...

SGPC Chief Secretary Harcharan Singh Resigns From His Post

t is learned that incumbent Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) Chief Secretary Haracharan Singh here today has resigned

Delhi To Implement Long Awaited Anand Marriage Act Soon

The long pending demand of the Sikhs to implement Anand Marriage Act will soon be over as the city will soon go ahead with implementation of the act in a week's time.

Pakistan’s Supreme Court Disqualify’s PM Nawaz Sharif In Panama Paper Case

As per the media reports Pakistan's Supreme Court in its verdict pertaining to Panama paper case here today has disqualified Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif

‘Gyarah Saal Salakho Kay Pichay’ A Book Providing Insights About Repressive Policy Of State Towards Muslims

A book titled 'Gyarah Saal Salakho Kay Pichay' written by Mufti Abdul Qayyum who had spent 11 years in jail for no crime

Complete List of Cinemas Showing The Black Prince in Punjab & Chandigarh

A Hollywood bio-pic of last King of Sikh Kingdom, Maharaja Duleep Singh, is set to hit cinema screens across the globe on Friday, 21 July.

Punjabi Language Activist Arrested for Painting Hindi Boards with Black Paint in Chandigarh

A language activist Baljeet Singh Khalsa was reportedly arrested today by Chandigarh police for blackening boards in Hindi and English language.

New York Times copies burnt in Agra over Article on UP CM Yogi Adityanath

s per the media reports activist affiliated with different pro-hindutva groups today in Agra, Uttar Pardesh burned the copies of New York Times (NYT), a US based

On King and Country – Bringing Alive ‘The Black Prince’: Interview with Director Kavi Raj

In Victorian court artist Franz Xaver Winterhalter’s portrait, Maharaja Duleep Singh stands swathed in rich robes, a bejewelled turban and a sword in his hand — more romantic hero from the Orient, less king in exile.

Crowdfunding ‘Echoes of Mutiny’: An interview with creative director Deep Hundal

. Deep Hundal is the imaginative soul behind ‘Echoes of Mutiny’, a graphic novel project crowdsourcing funds through the Kickstarter website. The truly unique and ...

1984 Living History Project – an initiative to preserve the memory of Ghallughara 1984

"1984 Living History Project" (website: http://1984livinghisotry.org) is an initiative to preserve the memory of the Ghallughara 1984.

KMO’s Praveen Kumar writes Open Letter to Capt. Amarinder against Obituary Reference to KPS Gill

In a press note released by Khalra Mission Organisation (KMO) a Punjab based human rights group, Praveen Kumar son of Chamman Lal who's elder son

Indian News Channel Anchor gets Maddened After Kashmiri leader pays Tribute to June 1984 Sikh Martyrs

A video clip recently surfaced online, in which a Kashmiri leader paid tributes to Sikh martyrs of June 1984 Ghallughara on an Indian News channel called- News 18 India.

An Artist’s Tribute to Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale: Time Lapse Video of Portrait Drawing by Jaspreet Singh

This video is Time Lapse capture of portrait drawing of Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, Great Sikh of 20th Century, by a young artist named Jaspreet Singh. Jaspreet Singh used charcoal to draw this portrait.

Over 25,000 Expected to Gather in London to Remember Victims of 1984 Sikh Genocide

by Gurjeet Singh OVER 25,000 TO GATHER TO REMEMBER VICTIMS OF 1984 SIKH GENOCIDE On eve of General Election legal and political pressure to be ...

‘Butcher of Punjab’ KPS Gill dies at 82 in Delhi

Former Punjab Police chief, who was regarded as butcher of Punjab for inflicting gross human rights abuses on Sikhs during his tenure as Punjab police chief died at Delhi today.

Indian Army, Assam Police and CRPF staged Fake Encounter in Assam: says Serving CRPF IG Rajnish Rai

An Inspector General of Police, serving with the CRPF in the North East, has raised several questions regarding an encounter carried out in a joint operation by the Army, Assam Police, CRPF and the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) in Chirang district of Assam in the early hours of March 30 this year.

Special Talk with Advo. R S Bains About Capt. Amarinder’s Disclosure on Fake Encounter of 21 Sikhs [VIDEO]

Punjab Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh in a recent tweet disclosed a fact which amounts to clear admission of the fact that there were extra-judicial killings of the Sikhs in Punjab during 1980s-90.

‘Straight out of the Nazi playbook’: Hindu nationalists try to engineer ‘genius’ babies in India

Members of a Hindu far-right organization called Arogya Bharati say they are working with expectant couples in the country to produce “customized” babies, who, they hope, will be taller, fairer and smarter than other babies.

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