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Sikh News An Interview With Jarnail Singh Journalist


Aug 18, 2006
Dear Sangat, this is a very special announcement on behalf of S. Jarnail Singh Ji, the Journalist, who protested against the supression and injustice against the Sikh community. Proudly, he is an esteemed SPN member since 2006!! :welcome:

An interview with him has just been exclusively recorded by Chardikala Time Tv, in its hard talk show, Kharian Gallan (True Talk). The interview would be telecast on Webnesday, May 6, 2009 at 8.30 PM (Indian Standard Time) and there would be a repeat telecast on Thrusday, May 7, 2009 at 3.00 PM (IST). Jarnail Singh ji has talked, in depth, about various issues concerning Sikh community. All of you are cordially invited to watch the telecast.

We will be trying to record the interview and if in case anybody of you could post it on youtube that would be awesome... then we can perhaps link to the interview from youtube.

To confirm your local timings, here is contact info:

Chardikala Time Tv

Amrit Broadcasters,593, SST Nagar Rajpura Road, Patiala, Punjab-147003 INDIA

Phone: 91-175-2370301, 5001774

Fax: 91-175- 2371181, 2372615

Mr. J.P. Singh, Mob. +91-9811039203, +91-9216531303, +91-11-41503144

Web URL: Time Tv India welcomes you...........your source of News, Entertainment, Events, Update and lot more.



1947-2014 (Archived)
Jun 17, 2004
Re: Jarnail Singh Journalist - An Interview

Thanks and bravo, bravissimo to you. How many hearts did you inspire and fill with hope? We cannot count them.


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