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Dal Khalsa resolves to stay away from Parliament elections under Indian dispensation

By Parmjit Singh
Amritsar, Punjab (April 17, 2014): In a breakthrough decision, the Dal Khalsa has resolved to stay away from Parliament elections under Indian dispensation and renew their struggle for Sikh independence.
By Jasmine Singh (The Tribune)
Chandigarh/ Punjab (April 16, 2014): Under fire from their fans, popular Punjabi singers Gippy Grewal, Diljit Dosanjh, Harbhajan Mann and Jazzy B have either given an explanation or apologised on their Facebook accounts for appearing in video-tapes to campaign for the ruling SAD [Badal]. The Tribune had brought the matter to the fore yesterday.
By Parmjit Singh
Amritsar, Punjab (April 15, 2014): Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) candidate from Amritsar Lok Sabha seat has been running his office from the Khanna Smark in Amritsar, named after late Hasrbans Lal Khanna, who was responsible for committing a nefarious, provocative and highly sacrilegious act against Guru Ram Das ji, Darbar Sahib (Amritsar) and the Sikhs.
SYF (B) observes martyrdom day of Saka 1978 martyrs
Sikh Youth Federation (Bhindranwale) marks martyrdom day of Saka 1978 martyrs  | read this item
By Parmjit Singh
Amritsar, Punjab (April 14, 2014): As per information members of Sikh Youth Federation (Bhindranwale) held an Ardas samagam in the memory of 13 Sikhs who were killed by so-called Nirankaris at Amritsar on the Vaisakhi day in 1978.
By Gurpartap Singh
Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) brings daily news bulletin in Punjabi language. This news bulletin covers main headlines of April 18, 2014 morning related to Sikh issue and Punjab related issues.
By Parmjit Singh
Sikh sangat inside a Gurdwara Sahib at Bathinda
Sikh sangat inside a Gurdwara Sahib at Bathinda  | read this item
Bathinda, Punjab (April 17, 2014): According to media reports the Bathinda Police barred the “Bandi Singh Rehai March” on April 16. The march was reportedly planned by the Sikh Sangarsh Committee.
By Gurpartap Singh
Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) brings daily news bulletin in Punjabi language. This news bulletin covers main headlines of April 17, 2014 morning related to Sikh issue and Punjab related issues.
By Gurtej Singh
Jalandhar, Punjab (April 16, 2014): According to media reports [t]he Jalandhar Police and the Aam Aadmi Party candidate from Jalandhar Lok Sabha seat heaved a sigh of relief Wednesday as the person who had called on the mobile of the candidate to deliver a threat surrendered in a police station here.
By Webmaster
Video of message on Vaisakhi from David Cameron, Prime Minister of United Kingdom.
By Hainder Singh
Bathinda, Punjab (April 14, 2014): As per media reports the blockade of all the entrances to Kotra Kaura village near here by the villagers, mainly members of the Bhullar community, led to the cancellation of the scheduled visit to the village of sitting Bathinda MP and SAD candidate for the Lok Sabha constituency Harsimrat Kaur Badal on April 12.
By Hainder Singh
Sirsa, Haryana (April 14, 2014): It is learnt that sitting MP and Congress party's candidate from Patiala Preneet Kaur recently visited the Sirsa based controversial dera to seek “blessings” of self-styled godman and dera head Gurmeet Ram Rahim.
By Gurtej Singh
Bhagwant Singh
Another Bhagwant in run from Sangrur; Kite symbol for namesake worries Bhagwant Mann  | read this item
Sangrur, Punjab (April 14, 2014): As per information an independent candidate Bhagwant Singh is also in run from Sangrur Lok Sabha constituency, from where Aam Aadmi Party's candidate Bhagwant Mann is expected to give strong fight to Badal Dal's candidate Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa and Congress Party's candidate Vijay Inder Singla.

Qaumi Masle (Episode 13) On Kanwar Sandu's series- Operation Blue Star - the Untold Story

Qaumi Masle (Episode 12) On Kanwar Sandu's series- Operation Blue Star - the Untold Story

By Parmjit Singh
Jaspal Singh Gurdaspur case: Charges against then SSP, DSP dropped by Punjab government  | read this item
Chandigarh/ Jalandhar (April 12, 2014): A Sikh youth named Jaspal Singh of Gurdaspur district was killed by Punjab police on March 29, 2012. Police had opened unwarrented gun fire against Sikhs who were holding a peaceful demonstration. Two years have passed but the justice remains denied in this case.
By Parmjit Singh
NUJ calls on PM David Cemeron to estalish public inquiry into 1984 Amritsar massacre
UK: National Union of Journalists calls on David Cameron to establish full public inquiry into 1984 Amritsar Massacre  | read this item
London, United Kingdom (April 16, 2014): The National Union of Journalist (NUJ) has called on the British Prime Minister to establish a full public enquiry into all the documents and events relating to India, covering the whole of 1984.
By Gurpartap Singh
Punjabi News Bulletin (April 16, 2014) [audio #news #podcast]  | read this item
Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) brings daily news bulletin in Punjabi language. This news bulletin covers main headlines of April 16, 2014 morning related to Sikh issue and Punjab related issues.
By Parmjit Singh
Water Pollution Punjab
[File Photo]  | read this item
Ludhiana, Punjab (April 16, 2014): Environmental issues have largely been ignored in the Lok Sabha election campaign in Punjab at a time when the adverse impact of water pollution on people’s health manifests in the significant increase in cancer deaths and incidences of water-borne diseases. None of the mainstream political parties have so far touched the issue in their speeches.