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  1. 1984 Remembrance Programme - Ilford Friday 6 June 2014 6.45pm to 7.45pm Kirtan by Bhai Seva Singh and Bhai Harsimran Singh Lalli 7.45pm to 9.00pm Katha by Bhai Manvir Singh Gurdwara Singh Sabha Seven Kings 722-730 High Road, Ilford, Essex. IG3 8SX #SikhGenocide84
  2. Lol, Next we'll be saying that the Government didn't dredge the rivers so that Khalsa Aid would have to go down and divert all the Sikhs seva so that Sikhs would loose interest in any push for an international inquiry...Beat that conspiracy theory!
  3. I disagree. I felt the interview technique was to use an aggressive ambush without allowing the interviewee to finish his points. It wasn’t a political debate as the interviewer hijacked the bulk of the discussion. I agree that the interviewer showed some intelligence and made many valid points, but the approach and environment was not the place. This whole counterproductive approach of showing up others has become synonymous in these overnight newbies who have recently become 1984 scholars. Where were these experts over the last 30 years when the real taboos and risks existed about discussin
  4. An inspiring picture from yesterday on this link. http://www.demotix.com/node/2136872?lbclear=73
  5. Sikh Council UK …PRESS RELEASE…PRESS RELEASE… PRESS RELEASE…PRESS RELEASE… Sikh Council call on Prime Minister to Lobby for Prof. Bhullar Representatives of the Sikh Council UK yesterday (18.04.13) attended a reception to celebrate Vaisakhi at 10 Downing Street. During the reception they presented a letter to Prime Minister David Cameron thanking him for all the good work the Government is doing in respect of Sikhs and requesting him to make representations to the Indian Government about the case of Professor Davinderpal Singh Bhullar. The Vaisakhi reception at 10 Downing Street was be
  6. Film banned in India - Sadda Haq - draws thousands to Ilford cinema to see story of Punjabi militancy - News - Ilford Recorder http://www.ilfordrecorder.co.uk/news/news/film_banned_in_india_sadda_haq_draws_thousands_to_ilford_cinema_to_see_story_of_punjabi_militancy_1_2020712#sharinganchor ILFORD RECORDER Wednesday, April 17, 2013 9:00 AM A film which has been banned in parts of India for its portrayal of militant groups has been drawing thousands of people to an Ilford cinema. Sadda Haq is a fictional account of a hockey player who joins a militant group which its makers say draws
  7. Film banned in India - Sadda Haq - draws thousands to Ilford cinema to see story of Punjabi militancy - News - Ilford Recorder http://www.ilfordrecorder.co.uk/news/news/film_banned_in_india_sadda_haq_draws_thousands_to_ilford_cinema_to_see_story_of_punjabi_militancy_1_2020712#sharinganchor ILFORD RECORDER Wednesday, April 17, 2013 9:00 AM A film which has been banned in parts of India for its portrayal of militant groups has been drawing thousands of people to an Ilford cinema. Sadda Haq is a fictional account of a hockey player who joins a militant group which its makers say draws
  8. Based on the global spread of Sikhs, we’re only really looking at 30% of the Sikh population who live outside of India. The majority 70% of potential cinema sales is lost income for the filmmakers if Sadda Haq ban is not lifted. The financial hit will discourage other filmakers just as the Indian elite want. Our job should now be to lift the ban in India. Now is the time to use our contacts with the Sants, Jatehdars, Jathebhandis etc to add to the pressure on SGPC to revoke their opinion against the movie.
  9. http://www.thesikh100.com/ Someones done "top 100" list of Sikhs. Accordingly this is supposed to be the most powerful and influential Sikhs in the world today... Maybe I'm looking too hard for the Sikhs I believe have been the most influential in the last year or so I can't find the high profile parcharaks such as Giani Pinderpal Singh, Baba Ranjit Singh Dhadrianwala, Baba Baljit Singh Dadusahib, Dr Sukhpreet Singh Udoke, Giani Thakur Singh on the list. The well known kirtaniya such as Bhai Niranjan Singh, Rangila etc are missing. Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana is missing...Baba Fauja S
  10. Any feedback? Can't find much in the press except for an article in Hindustan Times dated 12 March. http://www.hindustantimes.com/world-news/Europe/Sikh-debates-in-UK-Parliament/Article1-1025400.aspx
  11. In Ilford we have an increase in Eastern European men attending the Gurdwara to eat Langar. This is where we have a bit of a communication breakdown as many of the Latvian, Luthianian and Polish men's English is not strong and many of the daytime elders, bibya and faujies English is also not strong which has lead to some heated situations. Perhaps we need some signs up in the Eastern European languages. Our main issue in Ilford Gurdwaras during the day is the small volume of drunken or stoned men coming in for langar. Although, the numbers are very small, it's often intimidating for the elde
  12. It is nearly lunchtime at the gurdwara and a group of women are busy preparing food in the large kitchen. The smell of onions and Indian spices fills the large room. The kitchen is open from 05:00 each morning and will feed langar - the free meal available to all worshippers - to nearly 300 people throughout the day. Peter Lowe is a non-Sikh and is one of the people here this lunchtime, sitting on the carpeted floor of the langar hall with the worshippers. Mr Lowe, 28, starting coming to the gurdwara when he was homeless a few years ago. ''I didn't have a job and I couldn't access any ben
  13. Sentenced to 150 hours community service and £1,100 fine to pay for alleged damages to Indian Workers Association party If anyone wants to contact Bhai Sahib directly, please PM me and I will pass you his number. Once again Bhai Sahib's family shouldn't be left to pick up the pieces up....
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