‘Buddha Dal’ activist shot dead in Barnala village

Buddha Dal activist shot dead Barnala. An activist of Buddha Dal, a section of Nihang Sikhs, was shot dead allegedly due to a factional fight at Kahneke village in Barnala district, police said today. Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) A S Sharma said that the assailants came in a jeep and pumped two bullets in

Giani Gurbachan Singh Slams Namdhari Sect over women doing “Aarti”

Gurbachan Singh Slams Namdhari women. Singh Sahib Giani Gurbachan Singh Jathedar of Shri Akal Takht Sahib Sri Amritsar called out the leader Thakur Dalip Singh over women doing Aarti with plates over him. Giani Gurbachan Singh said “it’s not right for him to have aarti done this way as its disrespectful for him”He warned the

US Sikhs Launch Ad Campaign To Educate Americans About Faith US Sikhs Launch Ad Campaign To Educate Americans About Faith

A Sikh advocacy group in the US is set to launch an advertisement campaign on the national news channels as part an effort to help inform Americans about the minority community which has been facing a spate of racial attacks. The “We Are Sikhs” advertisement campaign will showcase Sikh Americans’ contributions to society and highlight

Allow referendum in Punjab and Kashmir Allow referendum in Punjab and Kashmir

Allow referendum in Punjab and Kashmir. Jalandhar: Reiterating the demand for referendum, the Dal Khalsa leaders on Monday questioned that if United Kingdom (UK) could allow it in Scotland, Canada in Quebec twice, then why was centre government running away from allowing the same in Kashmir and Punjab. The Dal Khalsa leaders while accusing the

NRI Sikhs demands ‘Independent House’

NRI Sikhs demands Independent House. Sikh Khalistanis settled in abroad have united to expedite their activities. They has announced the world class Sikh organization “World Sikh Parliament”. A 15-member Coordination Committee has been formed. The main objective of this committee will be to achieve (Azad Ghar) Independent House for the Sikh community. This decision was

Sikh Blacklist Needs Review: UK MP Virendra Sharma

UK Labor Party‘s MP Virendra Sharma has demanded a review of the blacklisted Sikhs of UK. Virender Sharma said that he has written several times that the blacklist should be reviewed. He said it is very important reviewing the black list of Sikhs in the UK. It is a good chance for the Government to

Percent GST Kara Khalsa
18 Percent GST on “Kara”, Khalsa writes to PM

Today Giani Harnam Singh Khalsa, Head Damdami Taksal  & President, Gurmat Sidhant Parcharak Sant Samaj wrote a letter to Prime Minister of India and Finance Minister of India about GST imposed on Sikh symbols (Kakkars). He mentioned the percentage of tax being imposed on religious products. In this letter, Khalsa said these Sikh symbols were

SGPC appoints Dr. Roop Singh Chief Secretary
SGPC appoints Dr. Roop Singh as new Chief Secretary

Amritsar, August 8 – Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee President Prof Kirpal Singh Badungar today appointed the New Chief Secretary Dr. Roop Singh, After the resignation of Harcharan Singh, the responsibility of secretary of the Shiromani Committee was entrusted to him by Prof. Dr. Dr Badungar President SGPC. SGPC appoints Dr. Roop Singh Chief SecretaryRoop Singh has

SGPC warns Central Government on GST

SGPC warns Central Government GST. Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committe may now will protest against Central Govt on imposing of GST on Langar and Prasad. SGPC chief has announced this after the meeting held by GST council on August 5.President of Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee Prof Badungar said that the protest outline will be discussed in

British MP Dhesi made Sikh community proud: Giani Gurbachan Singh

Jalandhar: British MP Dhesi made Sikh community proud: Giani Gurbachan Singh. Sri Akal Takht Jathedar Giani Gurbachan Singh has said that Tanmanjit Singh Dhesi has made the Sikh community proud in the whole world. The Dhesi family did not managed to follow sikhism while still living abroad, but created a distinct identity of the Sikhs.

US collectively calls for ending racial discrimination

Washington: On August 6, 2017,US calls ending racial discrimination. It has been 5 years for Wisconsin’s Oak Creek shootout. Today, on the 5th anniversary of this incident, people of different sections of the United States collectively called for ending racial discrimination and violence.American Assembly Speaker Paul Ryan said that during these five years the people

Singapore Sikh referee
Singaporean Sikh referee subjected to racial abuse by netizens

Aug 3, A 33-year-old Singapore Sikh referee was allegedly subjected to racial abuse on social media after a football match here, prompting an anti-discrimination organisation to launch an investigation. The probe was launched by UK-based organisation Kick It Out after Sukhbir Singh had made some controversial decisions while officiating last Saturdays International Champions Cup (ICC)

DSGMC honors Sikh UK MP
DSGMC honors first Sikh UK MP

DSGMC honors Sikh UK MP. London / Delhi-Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee of Delhi honored the first Sikh Member of Parliament, Tanmanjit Singh Dhesi. Dhesi reached Gurdwara Rakab Ganj Sahib and he was honored with shawl, kirpans and religious books by Akali Parliament Member Balwinder Singh Bhunder, General Secretary of the committee Manjinder Singh Sirsa and

SGPC to meet Pak Govt on celebration of 550th Prakash Purab of Guru Nanak Dev

Sri Anandpur Sahib: SGPC Pak Govt celebration 550th Prakash Purab Guru Nanak. President of Shiromani Committee On Kirpal Singh Badungar arrived at Takht Sri Kesgarh Sahib, he said that a proper agenda will be planned for celebration of Guru Nanak Dev 550th Prakash Purab at Nankana Sahib with the government of Pakistan.He said that the

Akal Takht can decide on singing of hymns by women: SGPC chief

Demand of Sikh-Americans to allow women to sing hymns at the Golden Temple is a very old issue: Badungar Terming the demand for allowing women to sing hymns at the Golden Temple an issue of ‘maryada’, Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) chief Kirpal Singh Badungar on Thursday passed the buck to the Akal Takht jathedar.“The

SGPC member CM Sikh hijackers Home Minister
SGPC member urges CM to take up Sikh hijackers case with Home Minister

For all the Latest news download Daily Post News app:- Click For Android Click For IOS SGPC member CM Sikh hijackers Home Minister. Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) member Karnail Singh Panjoli from Fatehgarh Sahib on Sunday said that Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh should take up the case of retrial of Sikh hijackers with

British Sikh judge promoted to UK Court of Appeal

British Sikh judge promoted UK Court Appeal system. A British Sikh has become the first Indian-origin judge to be promoted to one of the senior-most posts in the UK judicial system. Sir Rabinder Singh is one of the seven new judges to occupy the seven-member UK Court of Appeal after new judicial appointments were unveiled

Akal Takht Jathedar asked Nihang organizations issue ID cards
Akal Takht Jathedar asked Nihang organizations to issue ID cards

Akal Takht Jathedar asked Nihang organizations issue ID cards Akal Takht Jathedar Giani Gurbachan Singh here today asked Nihang organisations to issue identity cards to their members so as to facilitate verification.Giani Gurbachan Singh was addressing a gathering during the ‘bhog’ ceremony of Baba Pyara Singh, who was beheaded by another Nihang at Bibangarh Sahib

Army does’t have manuscripts, other items missing from Golden Temple: Centre

The Indian Army does not possess any manuscripts and other historical documents reportedly missing from the Golden Temple after Operation Bluestar in 1984, the defence ministry has said. It claims the manuscripts and other items were handed over to the state government and other agencies; but it mentions no dates.In reply to a plea by

High Court notices to Sajjan kumar on 1984 Sikh riots case

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- For Android For IOS The Delhi High Court on Wednesday issued notice to Congress leader Sajjan Kumar on a plea filed by SIT, probing the 1984 anti-Sikh riots cases, against anticipatory bail granted to him.Justice I.S. Mehta, while hearing a Special Investigation Team’s plea to