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    Opinion Religious Revival Challenges Consumerist Capitalism

    By Dr. Sawraj Singh A recent survey in Pakistan showed that 67% of the population in Pakistan favors an Islamist takeover of the country. This will be a nightmare for America, the West, and Israel. An Islamist Pakistan, along with the Taliban in power in Afghanistan and an Islamist Iran, can...
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    Controversial No Signs Of Revival Of Militancy In Punjab

    No signs of revival of militancy in Punjab fullstory New Delhi, May 20 (PTI) There are no signs of revival of militancy in Punjab, despite attempts from across the border, Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal said today. "Though there are attempts from across the border, there is no...
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    Sikh News Kathak Revival In Punjab (New Kerala)

    By Paramjit Singh, Jalandhar: Kathak, the classical dance of North India, is being revived in Punjab. More...
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    Sikh News Kathak Revival In Punjab (ANI Via Yahoo! India News)

    By Paramjit Singh Jalandhar, Dec 22 (ANI): Kathak, the classical dance of North India, is being revived in Punjab. This classical dance was neglected in Punjab as folk dance took precedence over it. Anuj Mishra a Kathak exponent of Lucknow Gharana is propagating the Indian dance form through...
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    Sikh News Kathak Revival In Punjab (New Kerala)

    By Paramjit Singh, Jalandhar, Dec 21 : Kathak, the classical dance of North India, is being revived in Punjab. More...
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    Sikh News Revival Of Terrorism In Punjab (NDTV)

    The recent blast in Ludhiana raised fears of the revival of fringe elements from the days of terrorism in Punjab. Here is a report that reveals that these fears are not entirely unfounded with terrorist outfits revitalizing their funding as well as sources of arms, ammunitions and explosives...
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    Sikh News Revival Of Terrorism In Punjab (NDTV)

    The recent blast in Ludhiana raised fears of the revival of fringe elements from the days of terrorism in Punjab. Here is a report that reveals that these fears are not entirely unfounded with terrorist outfits revitalizing their funding as well as sources of arms, ammunitions and explosives...
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    Sikh News Revival Of Terrorism In Punjab (NDTV)

    The recent blast in Ludhiana raised fears of the revival of fringe elements from the days of terrorism in Punjab. Here is a report that reveals that these fears are not entirely unfounded with terrorist outfits revitalizing their funding as well as sources of arms, ammunitions and explosives...
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    Sikh News No Indication Of Terrorism Revival In Punjab: Badal (Hindustan Times)

    A day after a blast killed seven people in a multiplex here, Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Monday ruled out revival of terrorism in the state. More...
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    Sikh News 'No Terror Revival In Punjab' (rediff.com)

    Badal announced an ex-gratia grant of Rs two lakh each for the next of kin of those killed in the blast. Talking to media persons after the visiting the blast site, he said Punjab Police was probing the incident and that it would be able to give details only after investigations. More...
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    Sikh News Badal Promises Revival Of Anti-Sikh 'Namdhari' Cult

    Badal Promises Revival of Anti-Sikh 'Namdhari' Cult Wednesday 28th of March 2007 Panthic Weekly News Bureau Payback : Parkash Badal hands a check of Rs. 50 lakhs to his Naamdhari guru Ludhiana...
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    Sikh News Sikh Outfits' Revival: India Talks To Britian

    THE INDIAN EXPRESS Saturday, July 16, 2005 National Network Sikh outfits’ revival: India talks to Britain PRANAB DHAL SAMANTA NEW DELHI, JULY 15 Given that some Sikh militant organisations trace their support to the non-resident Sikh population, India has conveyed to Britain its concerns...
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    Sikh News Is Sikh Militancy On Revival Mode? (Hindustan Times)

    The first week of June every year is a troublesome month for some people in Punjab. This time it is no different and the ghost of Sikh militancy has come to haunt the state again this week...
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