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BARNALA: Holy Saroop gets burnt in tempestuous fire at a local Gurdwara Sahib

:dateline:A holy Saroop of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji today got burnt in a Gurdwara Sahib situated in the Bajwa Patti of Barnala due to tempestuous fire. It is being claimed that...

Delhi police arrests eminent farmer leader from Jammu; Outraged locals block road

:dateline:During the intervening night of February 22 and 23, the Crime Branch of Delhi police arrested two farmer activists, namely Mohinder Singh (45) and Mandeep Singh (23) from Jammu while accusing them...

BATALA: Students from various Universities stage protest against farm laws

Scores of protesters affiliated to student body ‘Sath’ today staged a protest against the three controversial farm laws while holding a peaceful demonstration in Baring College's front in Batala. All the protesters...

Farmers’ Protest: Another youth leader loses life while returning home from Delhi

:dateline:The ongoing farmers’ agitation against the three controversial farm laws today faced a major loss when a protesting farmer youth named Kuldeep Rai lost his life in an accident while traveling back...

Life in Tihar: Eight Farmers Make Shocking Revelations About What Goes On at India’s Darkest Prison 

The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee has got released eight more farmers arrested by the Delhi police. All these eight farmers had been languishing in the Tihar jail after being arrested on...

Ban on Saka Nankana’s Pilgrimage: India targeting Sikhs for their leading role in farmers’ agitation

On February 17, the Indian Ministry of Home Affairs imposed a ban on the pilgrimage of more than 500 pilgrims to Nankana Sahib while citing “safety and security reasons”. These Sikh pilgrims,...

Demand for recounting Gurdwaras surfaces after ETPB’s claim of only 105 Gurdwaras in Pakistan

A controversy has erupted over Gurdwaras' exact count in Pakistan after the Evacuee Trust Property Board's chairman Amir Hashmi stated that there were 105 Gurdwaras in Pakistan. He had further stated that...

India bans Sikh pilgrims from observing Saka Nankana’s centenary in Pakistan

Today, the Indian Home Ministry announced a ban on Sikh pilgrims wanting to observe Saka Nankana’s centenary in Pakistan, citing the “security and safety of the pilgrims”. The Indian government’s order has...

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