Chandigarh (March 30, 2010): A special trial court on Tuesday sentensed Paramjit Singh Bheora to undergo imprisionment for life for his involvement in the assassination of former Punjab chief minister Beant Singh 14 years ago.
It is beleived that when a language dies, unrecoverable loss occures to Human Haritage. On 4 February, 2010 it was reported that Boa Senior, last speaker of “Bo”, native language of Andaman Island. Due to India’s policy of bringing “uniformity and integrity” many native languages are being marginalized and are gradually dying.
Chandigarh (March 29, 2010): A special court on Monday convicted Bhai Paramjit Singh Bheora in the 1995 assassination of former Punjab chief minister Beant Singh. Bheora was held guilty by additional district and sessions judge Ravi Kumar Sondhi in the trial held in the high security model jail here. The sentence will be announced on Tuesday.
Ludhiana (March 29, 2010): “Kamal Nath, MP and Indian Union Minister for Transport led an armed mob that attacked and demolished Gurudwara Rakab Ganj, in Delhi burning several Sikhs alive in November 1984” alleged attorney Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, legal advisor for Sikhs for Justice, a US based human rights advocacy group, in an email sent to SikhSiyasat Network by SFJ.
New Delhi (March 29, 2010): On behalf of Sikhs for Justice, Advocate Rebacca M John, in the case of victim Lakhwinder Kaur, told ACMM Rakesh Pandit that CBI has failed once again; whatever they did, it was only to shield the accused. She further told the court that instead of protecting the witnesses, CBI started with the premise that they were not reliable.
Canada (March 24, 2010): In a newsletter sent by Sikhs for Justice, a scanned copy of a letter from The New Democratic Party leader Kack Layton, MP, DEPUTE, is forwarded to Sikh Siyasat Network, in which the Canadian leader had express the concern of his party over the inviting devesive and controversial Indian Politician, Kamal Nath to Canada.
Patiala (March 22, 2010): In the wake of World Water Day 2010, the students of Punjabi University, Patiala have asked the University authorities to adopt a policy for using rain water to raise the subsoil water levels.
Canada (March 22, 2010): As per a Globe and Mail news Published on March 22, 2010; thousands of Canadian Sikhs plan to gather in Toronto Tuesday to protest the presence of an Indian cabinet minister who they say incited a deadly massacre in 1984.
Talwandi Sabo/ Bathinda (March 21, 2010): Various Sikh bodies today resolved to continue with their peaceful struggle to secure implementation of edicts of Akal Takht against Dera Sauda Sirsa (DSS).
Chandigarh (March 20, 2010): In two distinct Wanted Notices of same pattern published in a prominent newspaper of the Punjab, the Punjab police today declared a reward of Rs. 5 lack (each) for the arrest of Bakhsish Singh alias Baba and Harminder Singh.
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