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  1. aristotle

    Events Delhi Fateh Diwas Celebrated At Red Fort

    New Delhi, March 9 (IANS) Thousands of Sikhs celebrated Delhi Fateh Diwas, the anniversary of a historic event when the Nishaan Sahib -- the holy symbol of the Khalsa Panth -- was unfurled at the Red Fort. Eighteenth-century Sikh warrior Sardar Baghel Singh had unfurled the saffron...
  2. spnadmin

    Heritage Reconstruction Of Chamkaur Fort & Shaheedi Burj Announced (In Punjabi)

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  3. spnadmin

    Heritage Historic Abuse: Hari Kishan Ghar Fort Being Ruined By Law Enforcers

    HARIPUR Once a symbol of military might, Fort Hari KishanGarh now stands unprotected. The fort, which is the largest archaeological site in Haripur, has been exposed to several encroachments by the authorities themselves, while the archaeology department has turned a blind eye towards its...
  4. spnadmin

    Heritage Gobindgarh Fort: Still A Year Away From Public Opening

    The fort under renovation. The Punjab State Tourism Department (PSTD) would take one year more to open the mid-18th century Gobindgarh Fort to the public. The hospitality industry, guides and art lovers are peeved over the delay in the opening of the fort to the public. They complained...
  5. Archived_Member16

    USA Radiation Coverups Confirmed: Los Alamos, Fort Calhoun, Fukushima, TSA

    July 3, 2011 Radiation Coverups Confirmed: Los Alamos, Fort Calhoun, Fukushima, TSA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pI8Wc0fUzUs&feature=youtu.be
  6. Admin

    Heritage Sikh Kingdom's Only Fort Fights For Survival

    Patiala (Punjab), May 22 (IANS) Its name means the 'fort of triumph', and it's a symbol of the courage and culture of the Sikhs. Qila Mubarak, the only fort built by a Sikh ruler, has withstood many attacks in its over 200-year history but is today fighting a losing battle -- against government...
  7. Vikram singh

    Events When Sikhs Captured The Red Fort

    The Sikhs attacked the Red Fort on March 11,1783, and hoisted the Nishan Sahib. The Emperor offered a treaty, and accepted their terms, writes Major-Gen Kulwant Singh (retd) NADIR Shah’s brutal offensives and eight invasions by Ahmed Shah Abdali had made the Mughal Empire...
  8. spnadmin

    Heritage Phul Fort Transitioned Into Crumbling Structure (Sikh Nugget)

    The historical fort of Phul, which was said to be the origin of Phulkian states (Patiala, Jind, Nabha), has lying in a state of utter neglect courtesy government apathy. Baba Phul had built the fort in 1712 but then, it was like a mud-fort. Later, emperors Hamir Singh, Bharpoor Singh and...
  9. Archived_Member16

    Traditional Sikh Serves As Army Dentist On Fort Drum

    Traditional Sikh serves as Army dentist on Fort Drum May 20, 2010 By Paul Steven Ghiringhelli FORT DRUM, N.Y. - Aside from a striking physique, Capt. Tejdeep Singh Rattan is not what you would visually expect from a U.S. Army Soldier. Rattan, a 31-year-old devotee of Sikhism, was...
  10. Vikram singh

    Heritage Fort Crumbles While Beaurocrats Wrangle

    In 2005 we reported on the sad state of Manauli fort. A recent article in The Tribune by Rajmeet Singh reports that at last the Mohali district administration has paved the way for preservation of the historical Manauli fort. Located few kilometers from Mohali, the Mughal fort had been...
  11. Admin

    Sikh News Sikh Organizations Condemn Fort Hood Attacks

    November 6, 2009 (Washington, DC) - Our national Sikh organizations offer our deepest condolences to the families and friends of those killed and wounded in the acts of violence at Fort Hood, Texas yesterday that left 13 dead and 31 wounded. We unequivocally condemn the actions of the alleged...
  12. Admin

    Kesas - The Fort Of Uncut Hair

    The young Khalsa of today is struggling to keep his promise with Guru Gobind Singh. Many, who are tune with their conscience, tie the turban everyday, look in the mirror and get a glimpse of their father - men and women alike. He wages a war every time not with anyone else but with his own...
  13. N

    Burmese Grow Into New, Foreign Home (Fort Wayne Journal Gazette)

    Ya Za Oo, 5, left, Thuya Aung,8, Min Won, 8, and Wahida Ma, 8, sing “Happy Birthday†to a classmate on Saturday, at a class for Burmese children with the Indiana Reading Corp. at Centlivre Village Apartments...
  14. S

    If Each Of Us Lives With Love For Others, World’s Problems Will Melt Away (Fort Wayne Journal Gaze

    The gift of sharing wisdom (dharma) excels all other forms of giving. During the time of spring, it is a time for new hopes, new aspirations and renewal, time to pour an old and splendid wine into new bottles...
  15. N

    Christianity Mission Trips Gain Popularity (Fort Wayne Journal Gazette)

    Carol Barrett of Fairfax (Va.) Presbyterian Church went on a mission with other women to Guatemala. Increasingly, churches nationwide are establishing ties with congregations overseas...
  16. N

    Find Religion In `Star Wars,' Many Do (Fort Wayne Journal Gazette)

    A wise man rides in from the desert on a camel-like creature. He presents an infant - perhaps the "chosen one" who will redeem the universe, according to prophecy - to his adoptive parents. The question is inescapable: Is little Luke Skywalker a stand-in for Jesus...
  17. N

    Sikh News Army To Hand Over Historic Fort In Amritsar (New Kerala)

    India News, Chandigarh: The Indian Army will hand over the historic Gobindgarh fort in the heart of Sikh holy city of Amritsar to civil authorities for its upkeep as a heritage site...
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