New Sikh temple part of this year’s Doors Open Guelph lineup

Courtesy : https://www.guelphtoday.com/local-news/new-sikh-temple-part-of-this-years-doors-open-guelph-lineup-2059642 Jan 31, 2020 Doors Open Guelph is back with this year with new sites open for exploration. Among those sites is the Gurdwara currently under construction on 410 Clair Rd. W. This free event — put together annually by the Guelph Arts Council — aims to present opportunities for community members to explore and engage with history in unique […]

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Khalistan activist Harmeet Singh cremated in Pakistan

January 31, 2020 Top Khalistan activist Harmeet Singh has been cremated in Pakistan in the presence of a superintendent rank police officer and the station house officer of the Dera Chahal station. The cremation took place at the Babu Say Chowk cremation grounds. While the parents of the slain terrorist had urged that his body be returned, officials had indicated […]

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India should discriminate on religion basis, SAD asserts

January 31, 2020 With Indian government being slammed by people and leaders across the globe, the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) has asserted that the country’s communal Citizenship Amendment Act should not specify any particular religion, but should be for all religious communities. The party had voted in favour of the contentious law in Parliament, but it maintained that it was […]

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Understanding the discord between the BJP and SAD

Courtesy : https://www.hindustantimes.com/analysis/understanding-the-discord-between-the-bjp-and-sad/story-kVJ9uxrmmIYFPYc0dUtIFJ.html Its diminishing clout in Punjab prompts the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) to move out to mop up the Sikh community’s support in other states. That apparently is the root cause of its frayed ties with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), its ally at the Centre which in recent months has refused to cede ground to the Dal […]

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Why Guru Nanak stayed in Leh

Courtesy : https://indianexpress.com/article/express-sunday-eye/why-guru-nanak-stayed-in-leh-6242839/ H ot tea, with savouries, is always welcome when travelling through the picturesquely difficult terrain of Ladakh. On the road from Leh towards the popular touristy Magnetic Hill and Indus-Zanskar river confluence on a recent trip, an unassuming gurdwara caught our eye, perched atop a small hill. No one had told us about it. Parked outside were […]

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