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Jaspal Singh Sidhu (Senior Journalist)

The Valiant – Jaswant Singh Khalra: New Book Launched

Partnership in Promoting Punjabi Art and Literature (PIPPAḶ) - a U.S. nonprofit formed to popularize Punjabi language and heritage amongst young generation launched the dual-language editions of its book on the life of Jaswant Singh Khalra — for children and youth.

Intellectuals, Activists Mark India’s 74th Independence Day as Punjab’s Devastation Day

Intense pain and sufferings endured by Sikhs, Hindus, and Muslims during 1947 Partition still haunts their second-third generation of Punjabis as the communities’ representatives assembled here today to observe the Independence Day as ‘Punjab’s Devastation Day’.

Ex-Bureaucrat, Journalists, Opinionists, Academicians & Activists Tell Punjab Government to Stop Repression & Mis-use of UAPA

In the last days of June 2020, our igneous Intelligence Agencies have ‘unearthed one terror module after another, supported by ISI of Pakistan and the Sikhs For Justice.’ In consequence, God knows how many, Sikh young men have been arrested, some (maybe all) have been tortured and insulted in a bid to demoralize and demonize the people in order to secure them in eternal slavery by total denial of constitutional and innate human rights.

Rule of Bureaucracy under Badals Not Different Under Amrinder Singh

It is rare happening in the past four decades when Punjab ministers forced a defiant Chief Secretary representing ‘real governance’ to be removed from office.

Corona Helps Centre to Grab Powers, States Reduced to Beggars

Delhi Durbar acquired sweeping powers by enforcing Disaster Management Act (DMA) and British Time Epidemic Diseases Act (1897).

Sikhs are Upset at Use of ‘Guru Ki Golak’ to Defend Policemen Guilty of Sikh Killings

Controversy surrounding Satnam Singh Kaler’s move to appear in court for defending Sumedh Saini refuses to die down even after he announced his withdrawal from the case.