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Ludhiana Arrests: Police Gets Remand of Two Till October 11

The two Sikh youths lodged in Nabha's maximum security prison were here today brought in before Judicial Magistrate Devnoor Singh on production warrant

Former ‘Panj Pyare’ To Vacate SGPC Quarters

After Giani Gurmukh Singh was asked to vacate the official residence given to him by Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee, the former Panj Pyare

Civic Body Records Reflects The Existence Of Gurdwara Gyan Godari Haridwar

The collective demand from numerous Sikh organisation pertaining to the handover of the building of Bharat Scouts and Guides at Subash Ghat near Har-Ki-Pauri

Sikh Political Prisoner Harminder Singh Mintoo Acquitted In Weapons Case

As per the media reports Sikh political prisoner Harminder Singh Mintto accused  in a February 2010 case related to buying of weapons and detonators,

Sikh Genocide 1984 Case: Witness Abhishek Verma To Undergo Lie Detector Test From Oct 3rd

The Central Bureau of investigation (CBI) is said to have informed the Delhi Court that the lie detector test on arms dealer Abhishek Verma, who also

Rohingya Pogrom: Khalsa Aid Volunteers Assisting Violence Hit Rohingya Muslims Refugees

Sikh Organisation 'Khalsa Aid' know for its humanitarian efforts for people suffering from natural disaster or political conflict has its team of volunteers

Anglo-Sikh War Era Pistols Missing Since 2006 From Ferozepur War Museum

Two pistols dating back to 1845-46 when British India forces and Sikh Empire went to war were stolen more then a decade ago  are yet to be recovered.

SAD (Mann) and Dal Khalsa chiefs discuss World Sikh Parliament issue

In a press note  released by Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) it is said that a joint meeting SADA president S. Simranjit Singh Mann and Dal Khalsa chief Bhai Harpal Singh Cheema took place here today in which both leaders deliberated on the issue of "World Sikh Parliament".

French Family Expresses Gratitude to Sikh Gurdwara for Shelter during Mumbai Floods

A french tourist family expressed its gratitude towards Dadar based Sikh Gurdwara Sahib for providing shelter during recent Mumbai flooding.

Kirpan Ban In Australian Schools, DSGMC Appeals Sushma Swaraj To Take Up Matter With Australia

Appealing, the Union Minister to urgently take up the matter with Australian authorities, Mr. Sirsa said that DSGMC is representative body of Sikhs and thus is answerable

Sikh Council UK Hosts Panthic Submit, Key Sikh Issues Discussed & Resolutions Apporved

United Kingdom based Sikh advocacy group Sikh Council UK here on Saturday 2nd September 2017 hosted a large panthic gathering at Guru Tegh Bahadur Gurdwara.

Law Student From Mumbai Moves SCI Against Demolition Of Gurdwara Dongmar In Sikkim

It is been learned that a law student from Mumbai on Tuesday moved the Supreme Court of India in a bid to save Gurdwara Gurudongmar in Sikkim

Guru Granth Sahib Forced Removed From Gurdwara Dangmaar Sahib By Sikkim Govt

As per the media reports the local Municipal authorities on Monday forced evacuated Gurdwara Dangmaar Sahib and piled up all the belongings of the Gurughar

Giani Raghbir Singh Is Acting Jathedar Of Takhat Keshgarh Sahib

As per the media reports the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) here on Friday appointed Giani Raghbir Singh, a granthi at Darbar Sahib,

Sikh Students Barred From Wear Kadas In School, Will Seek Legal Remedy Says Parents

As per the media reports a Goregaon school asked two Sikh students to remove their kadas (a bangle worn by Sikhs as part of their Kakkars), parents are now

AAP Leader Raises 1984 Sikh Genocide issue; Targets Congress & BJP for Denial of Justice

Senior leader of the Delhi unit of the Aam Adami Party (AAP) and minister in the Delhi government Satyendar Jain here on Friday has accused the  BJP and the Congress

SGPC Agrees To Demands Of Agitating Pathis, Raises Wages

Giving a reson to celebrate to the agitating pathis rendering their services in Darbar Sahib complex, the Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC)

SGPC Executive Meeting Postponed To August 18th

The Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) here on Sunday postponed its executive committee meeting -- scheduled to be held here on August 8

Singaporean Sikh Referee Subjected To Racial Abuse On Social Networking Site

As per the media reports a 33 years old ingaporean Sikh referee was allegedly subjected to racial abuse on the social media after a football match here

USA: Sikhs Hold Richmond Day Service In Memory Of Oak Creek Massacre Victims

As per the local media report the Sikhs of Richmond invited and tried to reach the collective community to join them on Saturday in an act of service

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