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Lawless Law AFSPA — Background, Implementation, Effects, Opposition and Continuation

This presentation is based on audioarticle of a writeup penned by Sikh Siyasat editor Parmjeet Singh Gazi.

New Report Reveals Forest Cover of Punjab has Further Dropped; Let Us Spare Some Land For Forest

The forest cover in Punjab has decreased by 2 square kilometres in 2021 as compared to 2019. The forest cover has decreased to 1,847 square kilometres from close to 1,849 square kilometres in 2019, out of total 50,362 square kilometres geographical area in the state.

Bhai Mandhir Singh On The Issue of Bandi Singhs : Bandi Singh Rihai March

Bhai Mandhir Singh On The Issue of Bandi Singhs.

Exclusive: What Is The Issue of Sikh Political Prisoners? How Dual Standards Are Being Played Out?

Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur explains the issue of Sikh political prisoners.

What Government, Industrialists and Common People Need to Do to Save Punjab Waters? Baba Sewa Singh

Punjab is facing severe water crisis. Over 80% of Punjab’s rural development blocks are categories as ‘over-exploited’ in terms of ground water extraction. In this view using rain water, especially rain water collected from roofs of buildings, for ground water recharge is being advised. A team of Agriculture and Environment Center visited Khadoor Sahib on 7 June 2021 during the Center’s Jal Chetna Yatra initiative.

Water & Soil Conservation Discussion on Nature Conservation Day: S. Avtar Singh Phagwara (Good Grow)

Agriculture and Environment Awareness Centre organized a discussion on conservation of water and earth of Punjab on 28 July 2021. This event was held on World Nature Conservation Day 2021. Environmentalists, including United Nations' Faith for Earth Counselor Baba Sewa Singh (Kaar Sewa Khadoor Sahib); farmers, civil society representatives and activists participated in this discussion and shared their experience and views for conservation of water and earth of Punjab.

Sikh Vision of Freedom: Sewa, Simran, Beghampura & Halemi Raj To Ensure End of All Forms of Slavery

Participating in two day session of Bharat Mukati Morcha on the invitation of BAMCEF, Panth Sewak Jatha Doaba's sewadar Bhai Mandhir Singh addressed inaugural session on 28th December 2021. He shared Sikh vision of freedom and said that through Sewa and Simran one can free oneself from bondages of slavery and a society based on the principle of 'Beghampura' and an administration/state based on principle of 'Halemi Raj' would ensure end of all forms of slavery. This is full video recording of speech of Bhai Mandhir Singh.

Know About Sikh Political Prisoner Bhai Paramjeet Singh Bheora : Advo Jaspal Singh Manjhpur

Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur briefly introduces Sikh Political Prisoner Bhai Paramjeet Singh Bheora.

Know About Sikh Political Prisoner Bhai Gurmeet Singh : Advo Jaspal Singh Manjhpur

Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur briefly introduces Sikh Political Prisoner Bhai Gurmeet Singh.

How Babbar Akalis Broke Shackles of Psychological Slavery of British Colonial Empire?

Panth Sewak Jatha Doaba is organising a series of memorial events to mark 100 years of Babbar Akali Movement of early 1920s. Second Samagam In this event was held at village Jagatpur In Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar on 18 December 2021. Speaking on this occasion Bhai Mandhir Singh explained that how Babbar Akalis broke shackles of psychological slavery of British colonial empire.

Know About Sikh Political Prisoner Bhai Jagtar Singh Hawara : Advo Jaspal Singh Manjhpur

Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur briefly introduces Sikh Political Prisoner Bhai Jagtar Singh Hawara.

Know About Sikh Political Prisoner Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana: Advo Jaspal Singh Manjhpur

Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur briefly introduces Sikh Political Prisoner Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana.

Know About Sikh Political Prisoner Prof Davinderpal Singh Bhullar: Advo Jaspal Singh Manjhpur

Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur briefly introduces Sikh Political Prisoner Prof. Davinderpal Singh Bhullar.

Tradition is a Path and its source is Spiritual, Religious and Divine: Dr. Kuldeep Singh

Gurmat and Sikh Twarikh Bunga Sri Amritsar organized a discussion on "Parampara: Ek Samvad" (Tradition: A Dialogue). This event was held on 10 November 2021 at Khalsa College Amritsar. Prof. Tejwant Singh Mann (Former Head, Punjabi Department, Akal Degree College, Mastuana), Dr. Kuldeep Singh Dhillon (Assistance Professor, Khalsa College Amritsar), Dr. Kanwaljit Singh (Principal, Sri Guru Angad Dev College, Khadoor Sahib) and Sant Teja Singh Khuddewale (Nirmal Sampardai) shared their views during during this event. This is video recording of Speech of Dr. Kuldeep Singh Dhillon.

On Tradition – Sant Teja Singh Khudde Wale (Nirmal Sampardai)

Gurmat and Sikh Twarikh Bunga Sri Amritsar organized a discussion on "Parampara: Ek Samvad" (Tradition: A Dialogue). This event was held on 10 November 2021 at Khalsa College Amritsar. Prof. Tejwant Singh Mann (Former Head, Punjabi Department, Akal Degree College, Mastuana), Dr. Kuldeep Singh Dhillon (Assistance Professor, Khalsa College Amritsar), Dr. Kanwaljit Singh (Principal, Sri Guru Angad Dev College, Khadoor Sahib) and Sant Teja Singh Khuddewale (Nirmal Sampardai) shared their views during during this event. This is video recording of Speech of Dr. Sant Teja Singh Khuddewale.

SikhPakh.Com Raises Alarm About Indications of Unofficial Revival of SoMeCH by Indian State

Recently a news report by BBC about an investigative report by Center For Information Resilience (CIR) which highlighted the fact that a network of fake social media profiles was deliberately targeting Sikhs and spreading hate against them while pushing forward Indian government's narratives. There fake profiles were created with Sikh names.

Implementation of Punjab Official Language Act Would Generate Employment for Punjabi Youth

South Asian Language and Culture Centre held a discussion on "Punjab's Language Policy: Present Situation and Direction". The discussion was held on 30 October 2021 at People's Convention Centre, Sector 36B, Chandigarh.

November 1984 Sikh Genocide in India: How and Why It Should Be Remembered and Recognised?

Students of Guru Nanak Dev University, Sri Amritsar held a remembrance event on 37th anniversary of November 1984 Sikh Genocide. The event organised by students organisation "Sath" was held at university campus based Gurdwara Sahib on 8 November, 2020. Sikh Siyasat editor Parmjeet Singh Gazi addressed students during this event.

Pro-Hindi Constitutional Provisions, Central Act & Language Policy is causing Linguistic Inequality

South Asian Language and Culture Centre held a discussion on "Punjab's Language Policy: Present Situation and Direction". The discussion was held on 30 October 2021 at People's Convention Centre, Sector 36B, Chandigarh.

How Pro-Hindi Language Policy of India is Adversely Affecting Other Languages

South Asian Language and Culture Centre held a discussion on "Punjab's Language Policy: Present Situation and Direction". This is video recording of speech by Dr. Sikandar Singh.

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