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India Pak feel home Pakistani Sikhs

Neither India nor Pak feel like home for Pakistani Sikhs

India Pak feel home Pakistani Sikhs. 70 years after Partition, neither India nor Pak feel like home for Pakistani Sikhs. 15th August this year marks 70 years of India being a free nation. It is a day to remember those who fought for and gave up their lives to free India from British rule. India’s

Sikh community annoyed by act of PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke in the Lok Sabha on the 75th anniversary of the Quit India Movement. He hailed the leaders who collectively achieved freedom for the country and invoked their struggle and sacrifice. But During his speech he ignored the contribution made made by Sikhs. Sikh community annoyed PM ModiUnder Quit India movement

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

Congress Leader Digvijay Posts Sardar Joke on Twitter

Congress Leader Sardar Joke. Congress Leader Digvijay Singh Posted an insulting Joke against the Sikh Community on twitter. He openly posted a Joke directly from his twitter account making fun of entire community. The Joke wasn’t take well by some as they tweeted him back over hurting sikh sentiments.  Congress Leader Sardar JokeThe post comes

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.

SGPC pay tribute 1965 Indo-Pak war heroes Asal Uttar

SGPC to pay tribute to 1965 Indo-Pak war heroes at Asal Uttar

SGPC pay tribute 1965 Indo-Pak war heroes Asal Uttar. “Lieutenant General Harbakhsh Singh, who was the then commandant of army unit, played a key role in defeating Pakistani troops. To create awareness among youth of his bravery and inspire them, the SGPC will hold a function at Asal Uttar, the battle field of the war

Khalsa appreciates Swamy for bringing resolution in RS about Sikh Genocide

Mumbai:Khalsa appreciates Swamy bringing resolution RS Sikh Genocide. President of Damdami Taksal Sant Giani Harnam Singh Khalsa presented a record of military attacks on Sri Darbar Sahib in June 1984 to BJP Senior Leader and MP. Dr. Subramanian Swamy thanked them for bringing resolution in the Rajya Sabha. MLA of Damdami Taksaal, who arrived in

Pilgrims troubled as Diljit shoots for movie at Golden Temple

Pilgrims troubled Diljit shoots movie Golden Temple. Today Local residents of Amritsar faced alot of difficulty for paying obeisance to Golden Temple and while going to their work, As actor Diljit Dosanjh  movie shooting was going on and path was closed.The film set was set up on Bhai Gurdas Hall on the newly constructed legacy

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

DSGMC Offering ‘Langar’ to distraught Tamil Nadu farmers

The Sikh community has laid a strong foundation of humility and humanity. Be it the floods, the gory attack in London, the rough conditions in Syria or the celebration of Ramzan in Pakistan – the lining – Sikh community has opened their doors, their hearts, and Gurudwaras when the world has needed them the most.The long battle of

Sikh priests demand increase in salary

Amritsar, Jul 31 (PTI) Several ‘Akhand Pathis’ (Sikh priests) today held a protest demanding an increase in their salaries at the Golden Temple complex here. ‘Akhand Pathis’ perform the ‘Akhand Path Sewa’ (the continuous recitation of sacred religious texts of Sikhism) at gurdwaras. During the protest in front of the ‘Akal Takht’, they accused the Shiromani

Unique museum Virast e Khalsa to be re-opened from August 1

Sri Anandpur Sahib:Unique museum Virast e Khalsa re-opened August 1. ” Viraste-e-Khalsa” is a unique museum showcasing the glorious history of the Khalsa Panth and a large number of visitors from different parts of the country as well as from abroad visit ” Virasat-e-Khalsa”. The 5th half yearly repair and maintenance work to ensure proper

Why Bhai Jaita Ji is known an 'Rangreta Guru ka Beta'

Why Bhai Jaita Ji is known an ‘Rangreta Guru ka Beta’

Bhai Jivan Singh (Bhai Jaita ji) was born in Patna Sahib, Bihar in the house of mother Pramay’s and father Sain Nand. The name Jaita was given to the child himself by Sri Guru. Bhai Jaita’s childhood was beautiful because he had passed through parental care and affection. He had trained in qualitative education as

Singh Sahiban rejects Italian court’s approved Kirpan

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android:- Click For IOS:- Few weeks ago, Supereme court banned Kirpan put on by sikh community , the court issued guidelines to make Kirpan by specific design and metal by Italian company. After this prohibition on Kirpan’s model from Italy Supreme court, now the

SGPC installed portrait Nawab Rai Kalah Golden Temple museum

SGPC installed portrait of Nawab Rai Kalah at Golden Temple museum

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS SGPC installed portrait Nawab Rai Kalah Golden Temple museum. A historical painting depicting the Tenth Guru Sri Guru Gobind Singh blessing a sacred relic Ganga Sagar to Nawab of Rai Kot Rai Kalha as Bakhshish was installed in Sikh

Modi Govt return Sikh Reference Library stuff immediately: Badungar

Modi Govt should return Sikh Reference Library stuff immediately: Badungar

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS Modi Govt return Sikh Reference Library stuff immediately: Badungar. Slamming the central government for denying that it has any rare manuscripts or literature allegedly taken by the army from the Sikh reference library during the Operation Bluestar in 1984,

Prayers offered on Indo Pak border by Sikh devotee

Prayers offered on Indo Pak border by Sikh devotee

To get the free access for Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib in Pakistan  from Indian border town Dera Baba Nanak to ,The sikh devotees led by  Karatar Pur Sahib Ravi Darshan Abhilashi Sanstha under the aegis of  Veteran Akali leader Kuldeep Singh wadala offered a monthly wise prayer on Indo Pak  International bordertoday. It was the 198 th prayer which was organized on the

Involvement of British Government in 1984 Sikh Genocide

For all the Latest news download Daily Post app For Android For IOS London: In 1984 the British government had a hand in the attack on the important religious shrine of the Sikhs, Sri Harmandir Sahib. Some ancient documents have revealed that the British army had told General Vaidya, Chief of the Indian army, about