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Punjab Farmers Will Have to Make Efforts to Free Themselves From the Clinches of Chemical Farming

Gurpreet Singh Dabrikhana holds more than fifteen years experience in organic farming. He trains farmers for chemical free organic farming. A team of Agriculture and Environment Centre during Jal Chetna Yatra to learn about his experience.

Punjab’s Agricultural Crisis and Its Solution: Talk with Agronomist Dr. Sarbjit Singh Chhina

Punjab agriculture is in crisis. The agriculture productivity is in stagnation for about three decades now, input costs are rising and as a result farm net farm income is decreasing. A team of Agriculture and Environment Awareness Centre met agronomist Dr. Sarbjit Singh Chhina to know that what he thinks about the present crisis and its solutions.

Punjab Farmers’ Family to Return Land to Nature by Planting Dense Forest

To maintain environmental and ecological balance it is necessary to keep 33% of land under trees. But only 6% of land surface of Punjab is ...

Youth Planting and Taking Care of Trees to Maintain Environmental and Ecological Balance

To maintain environmental and ecological balance it is necessary to keep 33% of land under trees. But only 6% of land surface of Punjab is ...

Punjab Farmer’s Family Returns A Portion of Land To Nature; Forest To Be Planted in Bhagran

  To maintain environmental and ecological balance it is necessary to keep 33% of land under trees. But only 6% of land surface of Punjab ...

Punjab Ground Water Crisis – Focused Efforts Are Required to Overcome Wide Range of Challenges

  In Sri Jap Nisan Sahib, Hazur Sri Guru Nanak Sahib Ji celebrates water as the basic origin of life: “ਪਵਣੁ ਗੁਰੂ ਪਾਣੀ ਪਿਤਾ ਮਾਤਾ ...

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 ...

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.

Israel-Palestine Issue: Historical Background, Present Situation and the Future

        This is special talkshow about Israel-Palestine issue’s historical background, the present situation and the future. Talking to the Sikh Siyasat editor ...

Analysis of West Bengal Elections: How TMC Won and BJP Lost? Where Went Left Seats?

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 during the recently held West Bengal elections, the narrative was not based on any of the above policies. It was the poll tactics which shaped the narrative of West Bengal elections. Therefore, it will be more helpful to analyze the outcome of these elections on the basis of tactics used during this entire campaign.

The Story of Bhai Lal Singh’s 28 Years Long Jail Life (Speech of Bhai Mandhir Singh)

Bhai Lal Singh spent 28 years of life behind the bars. He was jailed by Indian authorities for his contribution towards the Sikh struggle for freedom. He was arrested in 1992 and was sentenced to imprisonment for life in 1997. He was granted permanent release in 2020.

India-China Disengagement & India-Pakistan Disengagement: Impact on Geo Politics & Farmers Protests

China and India have disengagement from Ladakh by withdrawing their forces. India and Pakistan have agreed to observe ceasefire at Line of Control (LoC). These two developments are bound to affect geo-political dynamics of South Asia.

Shaheed Navreet Singh’s Grandfather Answers Queries from Media About Govt, Leadership & Protests

Navreet Singh was killed at ITO on 26 January. Evidence indicate that he was shot. Navreet Singh’s grandfather Bhai Hardeep Singh Dibdiba answered queries of journalists about Navreet Singh’s Shahadat,

Labour Activist Nodeep Kaur’s First Speech After Her Release From Jail

Nodeep Kaur of Mazdoor Adhikar Sangathan was arrested by Sonipat police on 12 January 2021 from Kundali Industrial Area (KIA).

Details and Analysis of Indian Supreme Court’s Order to Stay New Farm Laws & Constitute A Committee

Sikh Siyasat editor Parmjeet Singh presents brief details and analyses Indian Supreme Court's 12 January 2021 order to stay new farm laws and constitute a committee to make recommendations with regard to new farm laws.

Exclusive Interview with Bhai Mandhir Singh About Farmers Struggle

Farmers' struggle against new farm laws enacted by the Indian parliament has entered a crucial phase. Sikh Siyasat talked to Bhai Mandhir Singh about various vital issues related to the farmers' struggle. This is full video recording of the talk.

Time To Overturn the “Bedawa” of So-called Green Revolution: Natural Farming Expert

Under "Waris Punjab De" campaign by Shambhu Morcha, a discussion was organised at Teachers Home, Bathinda on 19 November 2020.

How Present Farmers’ Struggle is Different From Previous Agitations? & Why We Need For Punjab Centric Agrarian Model?

A discussion was organized at Teachers Home, Bathinda on 19 November 2020. The top of this discussion was "Punjab Centric Agrarian Model". Speaking during this event farmers' leader S. Megh Raj Singh Bhai Mandhir Singh explained that how present farmers' struggle was different from previous farmers' agitations and why there was a need for Punjab centric agrarian model.

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