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  1. BaljinderS

    Don't Plead To Save Me From Gallows, Balwant Singh Rajoana Tells Akalis

    PATIALA: With four days left for his scheduled hanging, death row convict Balwant Singh Rajoana today snubbed the ruling Akali leadership asking them not to save him from the gallows, claiming they were pushing for a pardon out of fear of losing support of Sikhs. Punjab police and paramilitary...
  2. Archived_Member16

    India PM Cancels Punjab Trip, SGPC And Akalis Upset

    PM cancels Punjab trip, SGPC and Akalis upset India Gazette Thursday 3rd November, 2011 (IANS) Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's much awaited visit to Punjab to inaugurate the ambitious Khalsa Heritage Complex KHC at Anandpur Sahib has been cancelled, the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak...
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    1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom Would The Indian Army Have Entered The Golden Temple Without Backend Akaali Support?

    Would the Indian Army have entered the Golden Temple without backend Akaali support? Poll !!, its anonymous. SSA JI I dont have any political prejudice. After analysis of history pertaining to sikhs from 1947 to 1984 and further, I have come to know about certain facts. I wish to know how much...
  4. K

    Politics Akalis Disrupt Parliament Over ’84 Riots

    Akalis disrupt Parliament over ’84 riots Aditi Tandon & Vibha Sharma Tribune News Service New Delhi, April 29 Emotions ran high in both the Houses of Parliament, which saw acrimonious scenes today between the treasury and Shiromani Akali Dal-led opposition, with the latter accusing the...
  5. Archived_Member16

    Akalis Pvt Ltd

    source: http://www.outlookindia.com/polscape.aspx?5136 Akalis Pvt Ltd The Akali Dal-BJP alliance in Punjab is an uneasy one at the best of times. But just how bad things really are became apparent when the state BJP unit described the present government as a ‘private limited company’...
  6. Archived_Member16

    After The Change, Akalis & BJP

    source: http://worldsikhnews.com/23%20December%202009/After%20the%20change%20Akalis%20&%20BJP.htm Editorial - World Sikh News After the change, Akalis & BJP For many years, Prakash Singh Badal has kept up a strong relationship with the BJP, and a peculiarly intense friendship with L K...
  7. S

    Sikh News BSP Blames Akalis, Cong For Bringing Punjab To Ruins (Outlook India)

    The BSP today said that Akalis and Congress have brought Punjab to ruins as both the parties have always put their vested interests above the welfare of the people of the state. More...
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    Sikh News Son Rise In Punjab: BJP Warns Akalis (Hindustan Times Via Yahoo! India News)

    THE BHARATIYA Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday cautioned the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) against taking a unilateral decision to install the SAD working president Sukhbir Badal as Punjab chief minister. The BJP also reminded its alliance partner of its 'coalition dharma'. More...
  9. Archived_Member16

    SAD Akalis Offically Adopt " Gandhi Philosophy " !

    Punjab, Haryana, UT officers take pledge of non-violence on Gandhi Jayanti Punjab Newsline Network Tuesday, 02 October 2007 CHANDIGARH: The state governments of Punjab and Haryana and Union Terrotiry of Chandigarh on Tuesday observed Gandhi Jayanti by taking pledge to adopt the path of...
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    Sikh News Akalis Claim Credit For Punjab's No-I Position (New Kerala)

    Chandigarh, Sep 15 : The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today maintained that although it was a matter of great satisfaction that Punjab had emerged as the No-1 state in country in the India Today survey, the steep fall on all parameters of development in the last five years was a matter of grave...
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    Sikh News Delhi Akalis Observe Operation Bluestar Anniversary (Deccan Herald)

    Sikh leaders in Delhi today gathered to mark the 21st anniversary of Operation Bluestar and urged Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit to release the court-ordered compensation to victims of the 1984 riots...
  12. Sikhi 24/7

    Sikh News Revoke Visas Of Cong Suspects In 1984 Riots, Akalis Urge US (Deccan Herald)

    The Akalis, part of the Opposition National Democratic Alliance (NDA), accuse the Congress administration of turning a blind eye to the anti-Sikh riots in 1984. http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/search/sikh/SIG=11uhisd86/*http%3A//www.deccanherald.com/deccanherald/mar252005/i22.asp