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Book ‘Komagata Maru Da Asli Sach’ (The Real Story of Komagata Maru) Released in Calgary

A book, ‘Komagata Maru Da Asli Sach’ (The Real Story of Komagata Maru) authored by eminent writer Rajwinder Singh Rahi in Punjabi language released in Calgery.

Regionalism takes a beating in Aam Aadmi Party’s rout in Punjab polls [Op-ED]

Just held 2017 Punjab assembly election has not proved a different game from what RSS brand nationalism played on the demographically polarized chessboard of other northern Indian states that went to polls simultaneously.

A Brief Talk with Senior Journalist Jaspal Singh Sidhu on Elections Scenario in Punjab

Chandigarh: Sikh Siyasat's Editor Parmjeet Singh talked to senior journalist Jaspal Singh Sidhu (UNI, Retd.) about elections scenario in Punjab. S. Jaspal Singh Sidhu, who had been in field in Malwa region of Punjab to observe the scenario there shared his views about trends and undercurrents of Punjab elections 2017.

OP-ED: Confusion about ‘Nation-State’ is dangerous for Sikhs (by Jaspal Singh Sidhu)

Of late, some thinkers of the Sikhs, a minority constituting less than two per cent of India’s population, are praising and advocating for a separate ‘nation-state’ as the best political solution for the emancipation of the besieged community.

OP-ED: SC Verdict on Jan Gan Man Mandates Hindutva Nationalism (author: Jaspal Singh Sidhu)

Usual interpretation of the Indian Supreme Court verdict on ‘Jana Gana Mana’, the National Anthem on 30 November, 2016 as curbing of individual’s freedom could hardly fathom the real intention behind the judicial overreach which is meant to serve a larger purpose.

Supreme Court Verdict On Ravi-Beas Rivers Rips Up Old Wounds In Punjab

The 10 November (2016) verdict of Supreme Court declaring the Punjab Act of 2004 as unconstitutional and reviving its earlier decree for expeditious completion of Sutlej-Yamuna Link (SYL) canal has ripped open the old wounds which had brewed a decade long trouble in Punjab in 1980s entailing a spree of blood spilling.

Exclusive Talk with Journalist Jaspal Singh Sidhu, Author of book on Journalism of June 1984

On 29th April, 2016 a new book about "journalism of June 1984" was released at Chandigarh. The book titled: "Sant Bhindranwale De Ru-B-Ru June 1984 Di Pattarkari" (Face to Face with Sant Bhindranwale Journalism of June 1984) is penned by senior journalist Jaspal Singh Sidhu (UNI - retired).

Samvad to hold discussion on various aspects Sikh struggle on June 4 at Chandigarh

Samvad, a discussion forum, has announced to hold a discussion on various aspects of Sikh struggle of 1980s-90s.

Why Anti-Sikh Media was so irked over Arvind Kejriwal’s visit to Bhai Dhadrianwale?

Senior Journalist S. Jaspal Singh Sidhu (UNI - Retd.) analyses Indian Media's approach towards the Sikh issues on the bases of attitude expressed by Indian Media.

Analysing Indian Media’s approach towards Sikh issues [Re: May 25 press address of Dhadrianwale]

Senior Journalist S. Jaspal Singh Sidhu (UNI - Retd.) analyses Indian Media's approach towards the Sikh issues on the bases of attitude expressed and questions asked by media persons during Arvind Kejriwal's visit to Gurdwara Prameshwar Dawar to meet Sikh pracharak Bhai Ranjit Singh Dhadrianwale.

Indian Media works as a tool of Indian State in process of Nation building: Jaspal Singh Sidhu

Samvad, a discussion forum, held a Seminar on the topic of "The Making and Dimensions of the Indian Nationalism: An Analysis" at Punjabi Bhawan, Ludhiana on May 22, 2016.

Making and Dimensions of the Indian Nationalism: Seminar by Samvad on May 22 at Ludhiana

Samvad, a discussion forum, will be holding a seminar on topic "The Making and Dimensions of the Indian Nationalism: An Analysis" in Ludhiana on May 22. The seminar will be held from 10 am to 4 pm on Punjabi Bhawan, Firozepur Road, Ludhiana.

June 1984 Di Patarkari book exposes anti-Sikh role of Media in 1980s: Chanchal Manohar Singh

Journalist Chanchal Manohar Singh shares his views on new book Sant Bhindranwale De Ru B Ru, June 1984 Di Patarkari. This video was recording during a book release function held at Kisan Bhawan, Chandigarh on April 29, 2016.

Journalist Karamjit Singh Chandigarh on “June 1984 Di Patarkari” book [VIDEO]

Senior (Retd.) Journalist S. Karamjeet Singh shares his views about book by senior journalist (UNI - Retd.) about role of Indian media during 1980s period in Punjab and June 1984 attack by Indian Army on Sikh Gurdwaras in June 1984.

S. Ajmer Singh on New Book – Sant Bhindranwale De Ru B Ru June 1984 Di Pattarkari

The Indian Army attack on the Darbar Sahib was an outcome of the nation building project switched into operation since the British rulers quit the Indian sub-continent, said known Sikh historian Ajmer Singh.

Indian nation-building exercise induced Army attack on Darbar Sahib: Ajmer Singh

The Indian Army attack on the Darbar Sahib was an outcome of the nation building project switched into operation since the British rulers quit the Indian sub-continent, said known Sikh historian Ajmer Singh.

Book on Journalism of 1984 to be released in Chandigarh on April 29

A newly published book "SANT BHINDRANWALE DE RU-B-RU JUNE 84 DI PATARKARI” authored by senior journalist Jaspal Singh Sidhu would be released in a function to be organized on 29 April, 2016 at Kissan Bhawan at 10-30 am.

Sikh Siyasat’s Weekly News Analysis Show [SUN, Jan. 24, 2016]

Sikh Siyasat presenter Sukhwinder Singh talks to Senior Journalist Jaspal Singh Sidhu, UNI (Retd.), to discuss and analyse the events of week ending on Sunday, January 24, 2016.

Sikh Siyasat’s Weekly News Analysis Show (January 10, 2016)

Sikh Siyasat presenter Sukhwinder Singh talks to Senior Journalist Jaspal Singh Sidhu, UNI (Retd.), to discuss and analyse the events of week ending on Saturday, January 9, 2016.

Sikh Siyasat’s Weekly News Analysis Show [SUN, Dec. 20, 2015] | Punjab Politics

Sikh Siyasat presenter Sukhwinder Singh talks to Senior Journalist Jaspal Singh Sidhu, UNI (Retd.), to discuss and analyse the events of week ending on Saturday, December 19.

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