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The Sikh Temple of Wisconsin has rejected allegations by a victim of the 2012 massacre that donations intended to help those who suffered have been misused.

The temple’s board of directors issued a statement on Tuesday rejecting the assertion by Santokh Singh, a former priest, who believes he should have received a larger share.

“He has no shred of evidence, even suspicion, to say something like that,” said Kulwant Dhaliwal, who succeeded the slain Satwant Singh Kaleka as president of the Oak Creek temple.

Amardeep Kaleka, whose California-based film company raised about $277,400 for the victims through a crowdfunding site,...


New Delhi: Picking up the thread from the Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal’s representation to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding an SIT probe into the 1984 Sikh genocide, the Delhi unit of Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today met BJP president Amit Shah and reiterated the demand.

A delegation of the SAD led by its Delhi president Manjit Singh (GK) called on Shah and demanded a Supreme Court-monitored probe by the SIT.

Giving the details of his meeting with Shah, Manjit Singh said that the delegation also demanded action on FIRs registered related to the riots.

He said Shah assured him of calling...


New Delhi: The Centre is “working day and night” to ensure the release of the 39 Sikhs, who have been held hostage in Iraq, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj told the Rajya Sabha today.

“There are 39 Sikhs (still) under captivity in Iraq. They are all from Punjab. We are working day and night to rescue them,” Swaraj informed the Upper House during a short-duration debate on the Gaza situation.

India has so far rescued 46 nurses from the war-ravaged Gulf country while 40 other nationals have returned from Saudi Arabia, where they were languishing in jails despite having served their full...


New Delhi: Water cannons were used on Sikhs protesting the creation of the HSGPC in New Delhi today. Members of the DSGMC marched on Sonia Gandhi’s house to protest the Congress Party’s interference in Sikh affairs after Congress played a pivotal part in the creation of the HSGPC. DSGMC members point out that the formation of HSGPC came right before elections in Haryana and claim that the Congress party is trying to use Sikhs as a pawn in their political strategy.

They also point out that there are many divisions in the Sikh panth already and further divisions will only...


Amritsar, Punjab: The Dal Khalsa has put out a statement that they have “observed that due to egoistical reasons the Akalis led by chief minister Parkash Badal were preparing the ground for physical showdown with Sikhs of Haryana on the issue of HSGPC.”

Terming the emerging situation as dangerous and volatile, party head H S Dhami and senior leader Satnam Singh said there was large possibility of a clash amongst Akalis and Haryana Sikhs.They said if such situation arises it would bring a bad name to the community as it was brought during violent clash amongst Sikhs at Golden Temple on...


Malaysia: The long-time dream of Amarpal Singh to have his father witness him graduate from medical school was quashed because of the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 tragedy.

The 22-year-old’s father, Karamjit Singh Karnail Singh, was on board the ill-fated plane as he was returning home from work in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

“I was praying that it was not my father’s flight… but after confirming it with the airline, my worst fear became true.

“Our family is in disbelief and angry. Why would someone shoot down a plane full of innocent lives?” said Amarpal Singh when met at a Sehaj Paath (Sikh special prayer for...


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Hukumnama Darbar Sahib

Harmandir Sahib Hukumnama : Thu 24 July, 2014
I have been blessed with peace, pleasure, bliss, and the celestial sound current, gazing upon the feet of God. The Savior has saved His child, and the True Guru has cured his fever. || 1 || I have been saved, in the True Gurus Sanctuary; service to Him does not go in vain. || 1 || Pause || There is peace within the home of ones heart, and there is peace outside as well, when God becomes kind and compassionate. O Nanak, no obstacles block my way; my God has become gracious and merciful to me. || 2 || 12 || 40 ||
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