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  1. I only just realised you had added me as a friend on here. So sorry Gagan, I never checked it. Miss you every day. All my love to you, RIP my dear friend xxx

  2. someone rarely found in the panth these days. so sad.

  3. Sikh Tv Going Live

    Sikh TV will be going Live from Sunday 30th January onwards from Studio. Emaan Singh Maan, Son of Simranjeet Singh Mann interview on Sikh TV at 8.30pm on Monday 31st January. Saw the promo, not one to be missed. Hopefully the talk shows can be constructive and not just a bashing session. More youth should be on talk shows so that those of us who cannot understand Punjabi too well can also interact.
  4. Sikh TV has got clearance to start its live programming from Sunday 30th January. Lets see when it actual starts. Love the Interviews of Sikh TV. Emaan Singh Maan, Son of Simranjeet Singh Mann interview on Sikh TV at 8.30pm on Monday 31st January.
  5. This will start in mid - february. We won't just promote those Gurdwaras that support the rally as some suggested but ask questions of those who refuse to support the sangat even upon request.
  6. The editors at Sikh TV have looked at a number of speeches of Sant ji and they are just working on the quality of the content so its good enough to go on screen. Though you may have noticed that Sikh TV have played small 2/3 minute clippings of sant bhindranwale's speeches with a photo slideshow which i haven't ever seen on Sangat TV or Sikh Channel! A number of former militants and Punjab Police officers are also being interviewed for a special documentary of "post-84" and some "undiscussed" areas will be brough to the open.... Alot more "Professionals" and "white collar" workers claim to be watching Sikh TV who never really watched Sikh Channel or Sangat TV, is that a good sign?
  7. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Sikh TV presents Sri Akaal Ustat Sahib Tuesday 11th January 2011 at 6.30pm by Giani Mehtab Singh (Head Granthi of Baba Bakala) in loving memory of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Join Sikh TV by becoming a member for just £25 per year and recieve ample benefits.
  8. Sikh TV is looking to chalk out a programme in which all 300 + Gurdwaras will be lobbied to support and anti panthic gurdwaras will be exposed.
  9. Sikh TV has been looking at the idea of educating and informing people about dasam granth and its content. This will not be attempt to promote/discourage or change opinions but to give a better understanding of what dasam granth "is all about" and allow for balanced opinions to be expressed in a constructive and logicial manner and to avoid 6 - on - 1 slander match as seen on other sikh channels ( No prizes for guessing!) Please remember the great focus is likely to be on the contents and explanations of the text as well as historical analyse which can allow the sangat to hopefully make a more informed decision. Your thoughts?
  10. Will the so called UK based Khalistani leaders speak out against the Akali Dal (Badal)or will they put their false "blacklist" clearence before the Panth? Jathedar Baba Baljit Singh Ji knows that such people cannot be relied upon as they have failed to stand up when time has tested them. Appeal to all Sikhs in Panjab - DO NOT RELY ON SIKHS ABROAD TO SUPPORT YOU IN ANY WAY IF MILITANTCY EVER RESTARTS IN PANJAB! PROOF - MAIN ACTIONS AFTER 1984 ATTACK ON SRI DARBAR SAHIB - ASSASSINATIONS - SSP GOBIND RAM SP GILL AND BRAR (PATIALA) CM BEANT SINGH DIG MANGAT DIG ATWAL (1983) DIG AJIT SINGH SSP SITAL DASS MLA LALIT MAKAN GENERAL A S VADIYA ALL OF THE ABOVE WERE DONE BY SINGHS WHO ATTAINED FUNDS AND WEAPONS BY ATTACKING THE PUNJAB POLICE, CRFP, BSF AND INDIAN ARMY TO GET WEAPONS AND BANK ROBBERIES TO RAISE FINANCES. - WHERE DID THE FORIEGN FUNDS GO? WHERE DID THE SHAHEEDI FUNDS GO?
  11. RSS no different from banned SIMI: Rahul Bhopal/Delhi, October 6 In provocative remarks, Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi today described the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) as “fanatical”, saying it was no different from banned terror outfit SIMI and that both held “fundamentalist” views. “I know only that both SIMI and the RSS are fanatical and hold fundamentalist views,” he said at a press conference here. When pointed out that the radical Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) was a proscribed outfit, which was not the case with the RSS, the Nagpur-headquartered right-wing group, Rahul stated that this did not matter much to him. Gandhi, who is on a tour of the BJP-ruled Madhya Pradesh, went on to drive home his point, saying there could be no place for people with fanatical views in the Youth Congress. Asked about the Ayodhya title suit verdict, Rahul said it neither condoned the demolition of the Babri Masjid nor the large-scale violence that followed the December 6, 1992, event. The Amethi MP said the aggrieved parties were free to approach the Supreme Court against the decree, which called for three-way division of the disputed site, if they so desired. Meanwhile, incensed over being equated with the banned SIMI by Rahul Gandhi, the RSS today hit out at the Congress leader saying he needed to learn more about the country before making such “meaningless” statements. “He should brush up his knowledge before making meaningless statements. He should know the difference between the RSS and banned outfits and know the history of the Congress party, which has been accused of fundamentalism in the last six decades," RSS spokesperson Ram Madhav said. Rahul “has a long way to go in politics, He should have better knowledge of India. He should learn more before making such statements,” he said. The BJP, too, reacting strongly to Rahul Gandhi's remark, said the young leader seemed to have lost his mental balance and had shown political immaturity by his comments. “Only a sick mind can do it (compare the RSS to SIMI). He seems to have lost his mental balance. RSS is an institution of nationalist thought while SIMI has been banned by their (Congress) government as it was banned by us when we were in power," BJP spokesperson Prakash Javadekar today said in New Delhi. Javadekar said, “The Congress knows it is not winning in Madhya Pradesh. I can understand its frustration. The Congress has been losing elections of late, be it the NSUI losing student union elections in Delhi or the party losing byelections in several states. Rahul Gandhi's magic is not working for the Congress.” He insisted that RSS had served the nation during crises in the past and its contribution to the country was immense. — PTI http://www.tribuneindia.com/2010/20101007/main6.htm
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