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About 27 results for "simranjit singh mann"

Book on Simranjit Singh Mann launched

" Mann was subsequently charged, among other things, with conspiracy to assassinate Gandhi, which forced him to go underground. He was apprehended while trying to flee the country and spent five years in prison, after which all charges were dropped." New ... Nerve, 3 days ago
Mann attacks Badals Business Standard, 2 months ago
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Mann knows Khalistan has no takers in Punjab: Pavit Kaur

My father knows that there are no takers for Khalistan in Punjab now because he doesn't get voted back into Parliament because of what he believes in, says Pavit Kaur, daughter of Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) president Simranjit Singh Mann, on the ...
 Hindustan Times7 hours ago

Tributes paid to ex-Punjab CM Beant Singh on death anniversary

ributes to former Punjab Chief Minister Beant Singh on the occasion of his death anniversary. A prayer meeting was held to mark the occasion where the work done by the former chief minister to eliminate terrorism from Punjab was also remembered.
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago

AAP on same trajectory as Simranjit's outfit?

JALANDHAR: From a stunning electoral performance to being a damp squib in just three months has made political observers compare Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Punjab's trajectory with that of Simranjit Singh Mann's outfit SAD (Mann), which had created ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Boycott Punjab 1984 movie: SAD (Mann) UK unit

Terming the movie “Punjab 1984” as government sponsored to confuse Sikhs about armed Sikh struggle, UK branch of Shiromani Akali Dal Amritsar (SAD-A) has called for boycott of the movie. “Armed Sikhs are shown killing Hindus by pulling out of buses and ...
 Sikh Siyasat Online2 months ago
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'This is the story of thousands of Sikh families'

'Since last year, over 50,000 Sikh farmers have been evicted from Kutch district and Narendra Modi's government has done little other than giving assurances.' 'We are today at a point where Sikhs continue to move out of the country in large numbers and nobody is ready to address the real concerns of Sikhs.' Simranjit Singh Mann's life took a different turn when he resigned from the Indian Police Service in 1984 in protest against Operation Bluestar, which was ordered by then prime minister ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago

AAP turns to political veteran Chottepur as MPs lose sheen

JALANDHAR: After fielding leading Supreme Court advocates to eminent doctors to popular artistes during the parliamentary elections in Punjab, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has finally given command to an old politician in the state. Former Akali leader ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
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Government may seek President help to solve HSGPC row

The Centre may go for a Presidential reference in the ongoing row between Punjab and Haryana over a separate Sikh body as the HSGPC issue threatens to snowball into a full-blown crisis. Sources in the Punjab government said the Presidential ...
 India Today1 month ago

Foreign gurdwara bodies extend support to HSGMC's Karnal meet

AMRITSAR: Gurdwara bodies in UK, US and Canada have extended support to the proposed convention being held by ad hoc on July 28 in Karnal, a day after SAD (Badal) Panthic gathering in Amritsar. The foreign Sikh shrine bodies that have lent support ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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