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To express solidarity with Ravidasia community, Sikh organizations will March in Jalandhar on Sep 3

Taking serious view of the demolition of Bhagat Ravidas ji temple in Delhi, the Sikh bodies have decided to take out a March in Jalandhar on Sep 3 to express their solidarity with Ravidasia community and to send message to Delhi Govt that nothing short of reconstruction of temple would soothe the hurt sentiments of aggrieved community.

Ludhiana Land Scam: AAP Leaders Meet Governor, Seek Sacking of Minister Bharat Bhushan Ashu

A delegation of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), led by party leader Harpal Singh Cheema, met the Governor of Punjab, V.P. Singh Badnore here on Thursday (Feb. 28) and sought the sacking of Punjab Civil Supplies Minister Bharat Bhushan Ashu and filling of FIR against the other government top brass involved in the multi-crore Ludhiana land scam.

Dal Khalsa on Amritsar blast: Probe Attack from all Angles and Not Just From Prism of Sikh-Nirankari Clash of 1978

Dal Khalsa chief Harpal Singh Cheema in a press statement has expressed grief over the loss of human lives in a grenade Bomb blast at Nirankari Bhavan near Amritsar.

AAP Takes ‘Lead’ To Announce Structure A Day Before Khaira Faction

The core committee of trouble torn Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today announced to declare its candidates for Lok Sabha Elections by December.

AAP Forms 5 Member Co-ordination Committee After Rebels Declare Organisational Plans

The Aam Aadmi Party this evening announced to form a five member co-ordination committee to sort out differences with rebel MPs, MLAs.

Resignation by Niranjan Singh exposed nexus between Modi, Captain and Badal: AAP

He said that AAP will expose the nexus between Congress, SAD and BJP who are responsible for drug menace in Punjab. He said that Niranjan Singh was an upright officer and he should be allowed to work without any political pressure.

Dal Khalsa Greets Imran Khan, Hopes for Resolution of Kashmir Dispute and Sikh Issues

Dal Khalsa has written to newly elected Prime Minister of Pakistan Janab Imran Khan hoping that his leadership will mark a change in Pakistan and positively impact the geo-political situation in South Asia.