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Audio Article on June 1984 Ghallughara (29): ਸਾਕਾ ਅਤੇ ਸਿਆਸਤ … (Dr. Sewak Singh)

This is 29th article under the "audio articles on June 1984 Ghallughara series". The present article/poem is titled as: "Saka Ate Siyasat".

Even title of Nanak Shah Fakir movie is objectionable [Video]

The debate surrounding depiction of Sikh Gurus is in focus again, especially in wake of controversy over upcoming movie Nanak Shah Fakir. Nanak Shah Fakir is a movie by Harinder Sikka who claims that the movie depicts the life and teachings of Guru Nanak Ji. The SGPC has already rejected this movie as it violates Sikh traditions under which Sikh Guru Sahib can not be depicted as a character of any play or movie etc.

Contemporary condition and Challenges before Punjabi language in foreign countries

Dr. Sewak Singh is Associate Professor of Religion at Eternal University, Baru Sahib. He talked to Sikh Siyasat's editor Parmjeet Singh Gazi on contemporary conditions of Punjabi language in foreign countries. He also discussed challenges faced by those engaged in promotion of Punjabi language amongst next generations of Punjabis in foreign countries.

Dr. Sewak Singh to tell students importance of mother language

Malout, Punjab (February 26, 2012): International Mother Language Day is observed on 21 February every year. As per information posted on website of the Sikh Students Federation (SSF), Guru Teg Bahadur Group of Colleges, Chhapianwali, Malout unit of SSF will be organizing a special lecture of Dr. Sewak Singh on 27 February, 2012 to mark the day which signifies the importance of mother language.

Sikh Shahadat Website went offline for maintenance

Ludhiana (November 5, 2009): Website of Sikh Shahadat, a Punjabi Montly Magazine published from Ludhiana since March 2000, went offline some days back for maintenance.

Sikh Shahadat (September 2009 Issue) is available online

Sources of Sikh Shahadat Magazine have informed SikhSiyasat Network that September 2009 issue of Sikh Shahadat is currently available on website of the Magazine. This month’s issue was delayed due to police crackdown on the magazine.

Consul General of India approached to seek justice for Sewak Singh.

A high level delegation of Sikh Federation Austraila approached Ms. Anita Nayar, Consul General of India in Australia and raised the issue of ‘enforced disappearance’ of Sewak Singh, a Ph. D. student of Punjabi University Patiala, which lasted for six long days.

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