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  1. The site is back online with the exception of the events section and a few other bits n bobs. Someone attempted to crash the server after hacking into it (2nd time in a month) - but now we are hoping its securer and better. Its not new for the site and other well known Gurbani and veechaar sites to be hacked into so its just something we cant stop but do our best to defend against. On a side note, you may have noticed in the past few months, Harmeet Singh who is active on the forum as well, has been helping out with the website as much as he can. From this moment, he has agreed to fully take over the site and keep updating it with more new stuff. I hope you all give him a fresh start and as much pyaar as you have shown me. I cant keep up to date with the site and other seva any more so am taking a step back to concentrate on family, work and personal development - which is much needed. So any seva of posters, recordings or anything, please contact Harmeet who will look after everything. He is quite a young, bright kid so if he makes any mistakes, please help him along and not jump down his throat. Hes an excellent person with the willingness to bring about unity and help others spiritually.
  2. http://www.expressandstar.co.uk/2007/06/13...t-dies-aged-86/ Just wanted a thread opened for a man who will be sorely missed. To fight in WWII he lied about his age to sign up and actively do something in WWII which just shows the passion this Singh had to fight injustice. He was known around Wolverhampton a lot and was often seen. I was there at the end of the special programme today at GNG Sedgley St in Wolverhampton. Amongst tears and tissues was laughter and celebration for a guy who done so much and led an amazing life. He was a great grandfather and there was family n friends from around the world. It really was quite emotional to see. I didnt know the life he had led until today as i read the news snippet posted on the board at the Gurdwara. I regret not ever talking to him now and finding out what his life was like, his thoughts, his experiences... and i looked around and saw so many other "old" people who i would never talk to like Pakhar Singh Ji - and i wonder what they have been through in their lifetime... what they've seen... experienced... felt. Anyway, heres to him who really is a legend. -------------------------------------- Honoured vet dies aged 86 A highly decorated former soldier who was one of the region’s last remaining Asian servicemen from the Second World War, has died. Pakhar Singh Khela, of Fowler Street, Blakenhall, Wolverhampton, died on June 8, at the age of 86 after battling prostate cancer. Mr Khela lied about his age so he could sign up and fight, at just 17. He was a member of the Sikh Regiment D Company after joining the Indian Army in 1938 and went on to be honoured with the Burma Star campaign medal. His grandson Kuldip Khela, aged 34, said Mr Khela completed a total of 15 years of military service with the British and Indian armies. Kuldip said: “It was his life. “He was so proud of being able to serve his country and never missed a Remembrance Parade. “He had some difficulties with language and hearing when he met his old comrades but they would look at each other’s medals and there would be an instant respect and bond. “It was very touching.” Mr Khela’s distinguished military record meant he was given dispensation to move to England with his family before the mass immigration from India. He arrived in 1963 and worked in Wolverhampton’s heavy industries, including Qualcast, until his retirement. He was extensively involved in the Royal British Legion, the Sikh Temples and the inter faith community. Mr Khela’s wife Rattan Kaur Khela passed away in January this year. He leaves two sons, two daughters, 12 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. Kuldip said: “He will be greatly missed by all sections of the community because he was a great example of what it needs. “He was so proud to serve and protect his country and encouraged everyone else to do the same,” added Kuldip. Mr Khela’s funeral service is to take place at 3pm on June 18 in Bushbury Crematorium. A memorial service will then be held at the Guru Nanak Gurdwara, in Duncan Street, Blakenall, from 4pm.
  3. ANJAAAAAAN beat me to it Someone block her lol HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YA _K_ and MILITANT KAUR !!!! Have the bestest day and Guroo raakhaa :HP: Nama Singh :cool:
  4. I dont think its meant to be comical - more factual
  5. Im sure i have heard Bhai Manjeet Singh Glasgow Wale do this at a rehansbhai in England but i cant remember when... I know i have the recording but cant track down which rehansbhai it was at. Sorry i cant help more at the moment...
  6. Erm... hold up. I dont rememba backin up dancin, tigerstyle and i dont remember cussing them either. Send me the link to where i have done that and i know for a fact Bass is against the whole dancing thing. Self edit : Actually i will include the link for you http://www.sikhsangat.com/index.php?s=&amp...st&p=225026
  7. lol amankaur jee i wasnt referring to neone in specific :D Bass, sort it out!
  8. thats not even funny thou man they a bunch of them Hari Kirshnas innit. sad to see people wearing Sikh turbans dancing around like that..
  9. http://www.ektaone.com/audio/index.php?q=f...h+%28Prayers%29
  10. http://www.ektaone.com/audio/index.php?q=f...h+%28Prayers%29 Loads of different versions of Nitnem audio, recited in different styles and moods
  11. Sorry about the delay and everything - its back online and some updates will be coming this weekend. Please be aware that it will go down for a very short while in a couple of weeks - all will be revealed soon :D www.ektaone.com
  12. You doing marathon as well Nama Singh ? If you do can you do it in full Nihang gear carrying some weapons. I wish. But i think Sharans got the right idea and i would love to experience it, even if i only make it half a mile :D Good luck to ya Sharan :D
  13. heres the links againnnnnnnn London Marathon – A Brummie Punjaban doing the London Marathon New York Marathon – A Brummie Punjaban doing the New York Marathon
  14. NO JOKE > one of the most unique Sikh websites ive seen in a longggggggggg time!! I like the way his mind works lol proper gadget man! Wickeddddddd
  15. Just would like to wish you all a Happy New Year, wherever you are in the world. May Guru Jee bless us all with a better year! :D
  16. b e a u t i f u l Tuhi - Tuhi Vaheguroo...
  17. Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara (Sedgley St, W-ton) will be having an all night keertan programme from 6pm on Sunday till 2am Monday morning.
  18. It appears that an atmosphere of fear is being created again by the Punjab Police as Punjab is approaches elections.. Below are given the two versions of reported arrests of three alleged Sikh "terrorists". It is the version supplied by the PTI as published in Hindustan Times and other national newspapers that rest of India and the world community will read. The rest of India, perhaps, would be cheering the actions of Punjab Police. However, after reading what is reported in the Punjab Newsline (an online magazine with a very small readership), one gets the impression that a case is being fabricated against these individuals. It is the version reported in the Hindustan Times that will stick in the minds of people of rest of India. The people of Punjab will keep wondering when will the mainline newspapers start to publish the balanced versions about what Punjab Police has been up to. ---- 1. . http://www.punjabnewsline.com/content/view/2238/38/ Punjab police comes under scanner in arrest of Sikh militants Punjab Newsline Network Monday, 25 December 2006 JALANDHAR: The role of Punjab police has came under scanner in the case of arrest of three Sikh militants and recovery of RDX and ammunition from their possession. They were reportedly picked up on Saturday from the hosue of former Akal Takht Jathedar Bhai Jasbir Singh Rode and shown to be arrested on Sunday. Jalandhar SSP Naunihal Singh has claimed that they were planning to disrupt next year's assembly elections in Punjab. The arrested militants included Paramjit Singh Dhaddi a UK citizen. Initial reports had said that Dhadhi was intercepted by Ropar police near Chamkaur Sahib while he was travelling with Rode in a car and was later handed over to Jalandhar police. A huge cache of explosives, arms and ammunition including 11 kg of RDX, 11 detonators, four hand grenades, 11 timer devices, two pistols with four magazines, 100 live cartridges, a walkie-talkie set was seized from the arrested persons of - International Sikh Youth Federation (ISYF-rode) group, Naunihal Singh told reporters. The arms and other things had been smuggled into the country recently and were to be used for carrying out disruptive activities in the state in the coming days in the wake of the forthcoming assembly election, Singh, who took charge as Jalandhar SSP two days ago, said. Acting on a tip-off that some members of ISYF, who were carrying explosives, arms and ammunition, were moving in the district, a Special Police Operation was planned and Jaswinder Singh (23), a resident of Moga was arrested from the Chhotti Baradari area of the city and two kg of RDX, one hand grenade were recovered from him, he said. Amolak Singh (52), a resident of Jargaon, was arrested from a different locality about three kg RDX, a hand grenade, three detonators and 50 catridges were seized. On the revelation made by both the arrested persons, a third accomplice Paramjit Singh Dhaddi alias Punjab Singh (54) was arrested and six kg RDX along with other ammunition was seized from him, Singh said. Police has claimed that ammunition was recovered from farm straw heap in Dhadhi's farm in village Gakhlan. The village Sarpanch Surinder Singh has however denied that police has made any recovery from the farm house. To a query on the trio's association with former Akal Takhat Jathedar Jasbir Singh rode, Singh said his role was being probed. The police had let off Rode after initial investigation. ------------ 2. Published in The Hindustan Times http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/181_1878747,0006.htm 3 Sikh terrorists held, RDX seized in Jalandhar Press Trust of India Jalandhar, December 24, 2006 Three members of a Sikh terrorist group were on Sunday arrested in Jalandhar and 11 kg of RDX and other explosives meant for disrupting next year's Assembly elections in Punjab were seized from them. A huge cache of explosives, arms and ammunition including 11 kg of RDX, 11 detonators, four hand grenades, 11 timer devices, two pistols with four magazines, 100 live cartridges, a walkie-talkie set was seized from the arrested persons of - International Sikh Youth Federation (ISYF-Rode) group, Senior Superintendent of Police, Naunihal Singh told reporters. The arms and other things had been smuggled into the country recently and were to be used for carrying out disruptive activities in the state in the coming days in the wake of the forthcoming Assembly election, Singh, who took charge as Jalandhar SSP two days ago, said. Acting on a tip-off that some members of ISYF, who were carrying explosives, arms and ammunition, were moving in the district, a special police operation was planned and Jaswinder Singh (23), a resident of Moga was arrested from the Chhotti Baradari area of the city and two kg of RDX, one hand grenade were recovered from him, he said. Amolak Singh (52), a resident of Jargaon, was arresetd from a diferrent locality abd three kg RDX, a hand grenade, three detonators and 50 catridges were seized. On the revelation made by both the arrested persons, a third acomplice Paramjit Singh Dhaddi alias Punjab Singh (54) was arrested and six kg RDX along with other ammunition was seized from him, Singh said. To a query on the trio's association with former Akal Takhat Jathedar Jasbir Singh Rode, Singh said his role was being probed.
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    yes Millitant Singh jee, please contact the admin (using the button on right hand side) and let them know what you wish to change it to and they can do it for you
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