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Social Activists Step-in as Punjab Government Fails to Curb Water Pollution in Satluj River

Successive government in Punjab have drastically failed to control pollution of Satluj River as untreated industrial effluent continue poison its stream. A team of various social activists were shocked when the saw the ground reality alongside the river.

First Session of ‘Panthic Assembly’ Concludes; Copy of Resolutions

The two days event organised under the title of "Panthic Assembly" concluded in Amritsar today. The event took place on the lines of a 'session' of an assembly institution of parliamentary setup.

Sikh Bodies Call “Panthic Assembly” on Oct. 20-21 to Discuss Beadbi Issue

The Sikh citizens' Panthic Assembly comprising 117 individuals from Punjab and outside has been convened to chalk out a well-thought and deliberated policy and strategy to counter sacrilege of Guru Granth Sahib in the State and neighbouring states, as well as to ensure that the guilty of sacrilege and police firing at Behbal Kalan, Kotkapura and Bargari are brought to justice.

Giani Kewal Singh | Agenda for Punjab Village Panchayat Elections 2018 | Need of Gram Sabha

Punjab Bachao, Pind Bachao Committee on July 29, 2018, held a discussion on Topic "Panchayat Elections, Village and Gram Sabha" in Chandigarh ahead of Village Panchayat Elections in Punjab. Sp

Pind Bachao Punjab Bachao Holding Discussion On Upcoming Panchayati Elections

Pind Bachao - Punjab Bachao Forum is hosting a discussion at Kissan Bhawan (Chandigarh) on 29 July (Sunday) starting form 10 am.

EXCLUSIVE: Why Sikhs Won’t Accept Nanak Shah Fakir Film, Explains Former Jathedar Giani Kewal Singh

The controversial film Nanak Shah Fakir is once against in focus as the producer Harinder Singh Sikka has announced to release it on April 13, 2018.

Panthic Talmel Sangathan Appeals to the Sikhs not to indulge into Dera verdict issue

Panthic Talmel Sangathan (PTS) has issued an appeal to the Sikh masses for not to indulge into the issue of CBI court verdict in a case against Dera Sauda Sirsa (DSS) chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim.

Sikh leaders flay ‘police excesses’ on Sikligar Sikhs during Mahapanchayat in Indore

A "Mahapanchayat of Sikligar Sikhs" was held at Gurudwara Sri guru Singh Sabha in Indore on Saturday (May 13) amid reports that Sikligar Sikhs were facing police excesses in Madhya Pradesh.

SGPC, Panthic Talmel Sangathan Slam Punjab Congress for terming Capt. Amarinder as “Mard Agamra”

The Punjab Congress is caught into a controversy after party chief Capt. Amarinder Singh was termed as 'Mard Agamra'- a religious titles often used for Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

Accommodated by Minister Sikander Maluka Hinduva Elements who Distort Sikh Ardas

Punjab's controversial minister Sikander Maluka is again at the centre of another controversy. Sikandar Maluka reportedly accommodated Hindutva elements during the opening of a regional office of Shiroamani Akali Dal (Badal) at Rampura Phul few days- where the Sikh Ardas was distorted after reciting hymns from Hindutva mythological epic Ramayana.

Panthic Talmel Sangathan to contest SGPC polls

Panthic Talmel Sangathan (PTS) has announced to contest the Shiromani Gurdwara Prabhandak Committee (SGPC) elections. The PTS leaders said that it was the call of the hour to take part in SGPC elections to free the historic Sikh Gurdwaras and Takht Sahibs from the clinches of Badals.

Punjab Polls 2017: Giani Kewal Singh on issues concerning contemporary Punjabi society

Pind Bachao, Punjab Bachao (Save the villages, Save the Punjab) committee held a panel discussion at Chandigarh on January 18, 2016 at Kisan Bhawan, Sector 35A, Chandigarh to discuss the issues, challenges and possibilities for the Punjab.

Sikh pracharaks defer plans to Gherao of ruling party leaders

As per information the Sikh pracharaks have announced to not go ahead with the programme to gherao the houses of ruling party ministers, MLAs, MPs and SGPC members.

SPECIAL REPORT: Sikh Pracharks march from Fatehgarh Sahib to Chandigarh to offer BLOOD to Punjab CM

Watch Special Report by the Sikh Siyasat News about Sikh Pracharks march from Fatehgarh Sahib to Chandigarh to offer BLOOD to Punjab CM. The March was held on October 30, 2015.

Sikh Pracharaks send bowl of blood to Punjab CM after negotiations fail

Sikh pracharaks today sent a bowl of blood for Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal after the negotiations between Sikh pracharaks and the Punjab government failed to yield any results. It is notable that Sikh pracharaks who have been staging a sit-in at Punjab and Chandigarh border near sector 51 had three rounds of negotiation with representatives of the Punjab government but both sides failed to reach any agreement.

Sikh pracharaks resolve to offer bowl of blood to Punjab CM | Bhai Ranjit Singh Dhadranwale [Video]

This is video recording of a speech/ appeal by Bhai Ranjit Singh Dhadrianwale during a sit-in at Chandigarh-Punjab border on October 30, 2015. This speech was part of an ongoing event so we recommend our visitors to read following details to better understand the context of this speech.

Negotiations between Sikh pracharaks and Punjab government about release of Panjgarain Sikh brothers goes on

Sikh pracharaks are continuously staging a sit-in at Punjab and Chandigarh border near sector 51 as negotiations are going on between Sikh pracharaks and the representatives of the Punjab government. So far (30/10/2015 - 23:01 hrs, IST) three rounds of negotiation have taken place but both sides are yet to reach some agreement. Cabinet Minister Parminder Singh Dhindsa and MP Prem Singh Chandumajra were participating in the negotiations on behalf of the Punjab government along with senior administrative, civil and police officials.

Sikh panth strongly reacts against Jathedar’s move to pardon Gurmeet Ram Rahim

Sikh Jathedar's move to announce pardon for Dera Sauda Sirsa chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim has invited strong criticism from Sikh circles.

Giani Kewal Singh addressing the gathering during a seminar against Drugs abuse and trade in Punjab (Amritsar - August 05, 2013)

Various groups join hands against politically patronized drugs abuse & trade in Punjab

Amritsar, Punjab (August 08, 2013): The campaign-cum-struggle against drugs abuse and trade in Punjab seems picking up the pace as several individuals and groups emphasized the need of coordinated and united efforts against the drugs manse that is spoiling the social fabric as well as lives of tens of thousand people in Punjab.