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High Fluoride, Arsenic Traces In Water: Punjab Govt

The Punjab government here on Tuesday admitted that besides the declining water level, the state is facing acute problem of water quality due to high

Bapu Surat Singh admitted to PGI, Chandigarh; Doctors say his condition is serious but stable

Sikh activist Surat Singh Khalsa was reportedly shifted to the PGI, Chandigarh, last evening. Earlier reports had suggested that he was shifted to Patiala but now there are confirm reports that he has been hospitalised at PGI.

Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa’s fast unto death crossed 34th day; He Declares to donate body to PGI; His will to be handed over at Akal Takht

Amb Sahib, Mohali (December 17, 2013): A Kaurkshetra, Haryana based Sikh Bhai Gurbkash Singh Khalsa is on continuous hunger strike since November 14, 2013 seeking release of 6 Sikh political prisoners who are confined in various Indian jails despite having completed terms of their sentences.

Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana admitted to Rajindra Hospital Patiala [September 21, 2013]

Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana discharged from PGI

Chandigarh (September 23, 2013): It is learnt that Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana, a Sikh political prisoner, was discharged from the PGI on late Sunday (September 22) evening. The doctors ruled out an angiography on him as all his medical reports were normal.

HS Dhami, President of Dal Khalsa, addressing a rally organized by "Sikh Youth of Punjab" at Tanda (Hoshiarpur) on February 05, 2013

Sikhs being subjected to humiliation not only in foreign land but also in their own motherland, says Dal Khalsa

Amritsar, Punjab (August 21, 2013): Firing a salvo against PGI doctor Dr K Gauba for "showing disrespect" to Sikh religious articles like kara and kirpan, the Dal Khalsa on Tuesday demanded suspension and registration of a case against him for hurting the religious sentiments of not only aggrieved students but also of Sikhs at large.

PGI forced Sikh students to remove articles of faith

Chandigarh, Punjab (August 20, 2013): It is learnt that the parents of some Sikh students have alleged that their children were asked to remove religious symbols like kirpan and kada to gain entry at some centres here for the Post Graduate Institute Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh entrance test.