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5 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

I posted a lot of translations on there. It would be a shame if they were gone. 

 

What happened to the site? Was it running okay recently? 

There's something weird going on. Two others sites have stopped working too. 

 

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Yes there is no message on the site about any hacking or updating either. The site just does not open up. Its been a few days now.

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Domain is not on sale but pointing it to their default domain company. It seems like they maybe having some problem with their website/hosting. Sikhsangat was down for about a week because of several hacking in November, so might be the same thing as both sites uses the same software. 

If i am not mistaken, N3o singh member runs that website, maybe contact him.

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Very suspicious for this site to stop operating without warning. I have an idea, but I'm hold off till I get a concrete answer.  Last few weeks they changed operation to another member without reason and then shut down?? 

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2 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

I tried emailing neo a few days ago and haven't got a response yet.

 

Anyone, know what's happened? Is he okay? 

@chatanga & @Singh123456777

What happened on that forum recently? 

I'm not sure what happened to neo. All I know is that he is not the owner anymore of the site. I really liked that site though. Hopefully it can come back cause there is a lot of gems on that site.

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21 minutes ago, Singh123456777 said:

I'm not sure what happened to neo. All I know is that he is not the owner anymore of the site. I really liked that site though. Hopefully it can come back cause there is a lot of gems on that site.

Boy, that site was a proper treasure trove of serious, in-depth research on Sikhi and Sikh ithiaas. Neo was way ahead of his time with his admin style. 

Do you know who owns it now? 

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47 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

Boy, that site was a proper treasure trove of serious, in-depth research on Sikhi and Sikh ithiaas. Neo was way ahead of his time with his admin style. 

Do you know who owns it now? 

Neo was a visionary is a sense. I don't know who owns it now but I don't see hope that the site will be back.  

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16 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

Boy, that site was a proper treasure trove of serious, in-depth research on Sikhi and Sikh ithiaas. Neo was way ahead of his time with his admin style. 

Do you know who owns it now? 

by in-depth you mean, Neo allowed you to go off on your insult rants and when others would fire back, your saviour neo would come out of the blue and make sure the other person was punished for swearing at you. 

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15 hours ago, Singh123456777 said:

Neo was a visionary is a sense. I don't know who owns it now but I don't see hope that the site will be back.  

If you mean a person who purposely poked at youngsters to lash out and then claim to be the victim, he surely was a visionary to purposely created problems in the Khalsa Panth.  But don't worry, hes just started.  He has big plan for the youth to come.  People thought Ujjal dosanjh was bad for making up false stories about Sikh terrorist, you have seen nothing yet.  coining the word khaliban was only the beginning of his drama.

He has a vendetta with the Khalsa Panth.

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I'm not even going to argue with you akalifauj. There is no point and we can agree to disagree.

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