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Family of two missing US ­based Hemkunt Sahib pilgrims move FBI

As per the media reports  two US-based Sikhs who, along with six other people, went missing during the Hemkunt Sahib pilgrimage in Uttarakhand,

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

Baba Daduwal, Partap Bajwa meet Harish Rawat about Gurdwara Gian Godari Sahib

Sikh preacher Baba Baljit Singh Daduwal reportedly met Uttrakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat in recent days. Baba Daduwal who was accompanied by Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee president Partap Singh Bajwa, demanded the reconstruction of Gurdwara Gian Godri Sahib in Haridwar. The historic Gurdwara Sahib was demolished by Hindu mobs during November 1984 Sikh Genocide.

Now two Russian tourists drowned, one goes missing as bus falls into river in Uttrakhand

As many as two Russian nationals drowned in Bahgirthi river in Uttrakhand while 9 injured and one was missing.River Accident

Yatra opens to Hemkunt Sahib, but roads not ready for bikes

Dehradun, Uttraakhand (May 27, 2014): It is learnt that the Yatra to Hemkunt Sahib in the Garhwal hills opened on Sunday (May 25) but the roads to the Sikh shrine remain damaged after the flash flood disaster of last June that killed hundreds of people.

Avtar Singh Makkar says Gurdwara Gian Godri issue likely to be solved soon

Anandpur Sahib, Punjab (January 01, 2014): As per certain media reports Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) president Avtar Singh Makkar said on Dec. 31, 2013 that the issue of Gurdwara Gian Godri Sahib, Haridwar, was likely to be resolved soon.

United Sikhs team member in Uttrakhand

United Sikhs aid team launch efforts in Joshimath

Uttarakhand, India (June 27, 2013): After what seems to be never ending rainfall and the overflow of rivers, thousands of devotees have been left stranded looking for a safe haven to avoid the torrential flow of water. In an instant, hundreds were swept away by the flash floods.

Removal of turban of Kahan Singh Pannu, highly condemnable: Dal Khalsa

Amritsar, Punjab (June 26, 2013): Dal Khalsa leader Kanwar Pal Singh has condemned the thrashing of senior Punjab IAS officer Kahan Singh Pannu by some youths in Uthrakand. He had been deputed by the state government for relief operations.

IAS Kahan Singh Pannu manhandled by pilgrims for alleged use of abusive language

Uttrakhand, India (June 24, 2013): It is learnt that IAS Officer and Director general of school education (DGSE), Punjab, Kahan Singh Pannu, who was reportedly supervising post-flood rescue operations in Uttarakhand, was assaulted by some pilgrims from Punjab on June 23, 2013.

India: The Khalsa Aid launches relief operations in Uttrakhand

Uttrakhand, India (June 23, 2013): According to a news letter the Khalsa Aid (KA), a UK based humanitarian help NGO, has launched relief operations on ...

3,000 Sikh devotees safely evacuated from Hemkunt Sahib

Uttrakhand, India (June 21, 2012): According to recent reports about 3,000 Sikh pilgrims who were stuck for the past many days at Hemkunt Sahib have been successfully evacuated. These pilgrims were stuck there after the Uttrakhand state of India witnessed heavy rainfall, foods and land-slides.

More than 1000 feared dead in Uttrakhand; 3,000 stuck at Gobind Ghat – 62,000 at Kedarnath

Uttrakhand, India (June 21, 2013): According to media reports in Kedarnath area of Uttrakhand more than sixty thousand people have been stuck as the heavy rain fall and floods have washed away around 90 pilgrim shelter homes (dharamshalas).

Condition near Gobind Ghat (June 17, 2013)

Main building of Gurdwara Gobind Ghat is safe; No Saroops were lost: Chairman of Sri Hemkunt Sahib Mgt. Trust

Uttrakhand, India (June 18, 2013): According to media reports, Narinder Jeet Singh Bindra, Chairman of Uttarakhand Minorities Commission, said today that the main building of Gurdwara Sahib of Gobind Ghat in Uttarakhand is safe and none of the Saroops of of Guru Granth Sahib were lost due to rains as was feared.