Amritsar, Punjab (July 31, 2012): As per media reports the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Commtitee (SGPC) has suspended Jasbir Singh Ahluwalia, vice chancellor of Guru Granth Sahib World University, Fatehgarh Sahib, on charges of irregularities on Tuesday. Certain media sections have quoted SGPC General Secretary Sukhdev Singh Bhaur saying that “J. S. Ahluwalia is suspended on charge of committing various irregularities and charge-sheet would be served to him soon “.
Ludhiana, Punjab (July 31, 2012): Where as world media is praising Baba Fauja Singh (101) for completing marathon race at the age of 101 and he gets the honour of holding Olympic torch just before that opening of London Olympic games 2012; the Indian Hindi media tried to make mockery of this incredible man.
Hoshiarpur, Punjab (July 31, 2012): Dal Khalsa today strongly condemned the decapitation of statues of Bhimbaro Ambedkar at three places in UP and urged the Akilesh Yadav’s government to take stern action against the culprits.
Amritsar, Punjab (July 31, 2012): Dal Khalsa has expressed its disagreement with the issuance of clean chit to Dera Beas sect by the SGPC and Jathedar of the Akal Takht in the matter of demolition of Gurdwara structure in village Wariach near Beas.
Ludhiana/India (July 30, 2012): “Shoot at sight” orders give a green light to security forces to use their firearms when it’s neither necessary nor lawful to do so. Security forces should comply with international standards that only permit the use of lethal force when absolutely necessary to protect life. – Meenakshi Ganguly, South Asia director, HRW.
Ranchi, India (July 30, 2012): Indian authorities and Maoist insurgents have threatened and attacked civil society activists, undermining basic freedoms and interfering with aid delivery in embattled areas of central and eastern India, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.
Beas, Punjab (July 30, 2012): On the evening of July 28, 2012 a TV journalist was attacked by dera radha swami (Beas) men while he was talking to resident of Village Jodhan. On the evening of July 29, 2012 Manmohan Singh, SP (HQ) visited the spot where the incident had taken place and recovered camera-mic with Sangat TV logo and some personal belongings of Baljeet Singh that were left left on the day of incident when dera mob comprising around more than two hundred armed men attacked the reporter.
Amritsar (July 30,2012): Addressing the media at Amritsar on July 29, 2012 Giani Gurbachan Singh, Jathedar of Akal Takhat, gave clean chit to administrators and followers of Dera Radha Swami, Beas for demolition of a Sikh Gurudwara Sahib in village Waraich.
Ludhiana (July 30, 2012): Harish Khare, a senior Indian journalist and former media advisor to the Prime Minister of India has made serious comments about Kuldip Nayar and his journalism. In a write-up titled: “Scoops, And Vanishing Cream” that has appeared in “Outlook” Magazine’s current issue, Harish Khare says that “A great reporter, Nayar is also a regular flouter of objectivity, and a prime circulator of bogus, juicy gossip”.
Pataudi, Haryana (July 28, 2012): While investigation into the Killings of Sikhs at Village Hondh-Chillar has yet to begin and Within days of Justice Garg’s visit to village Hondh-Chillar, All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) and Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) have unearthed another Sikh Genocide site at Haily Mandi – Pataudi, Haryana where more than 28 Sikhs were killed in systematic, organized and well planned attack during November 1984.
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