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About sabnakeerenka

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    Ho Balihaaree Thinn kao Jo Gurmukh Sikhaa
  • Birthday 03/16/1988

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  1. Thank you everyone for your replies, I really appreciate it!! I have had my eyes tested recently and everything is OK! I have always had anaemia for as long as I can remember, but I never experience these sorts of severe constant headaches before tying a dastaar, and I still don't when I tie my hair in a plait....but I will definitely take on your advice and make sure that I consult the doctor about this again!! He is aware of my headaches and has only ever told me to take supplements!! To the veerji above, I really appreciate that input because sometimes I feel that they are a result of a
  2. "Melbourne: A Sikh man was found guilty of domestic violence and sexual attacks against his Indian wife by a court in New Zealand. The man was yesterday found guilty by a jury at the Napier District Court on multiple counts of rape, assault and threatening to kill for a series of attacks against his wife in 2012. The man cannot be named in order to protect the identity of the victim, who came to New Zealand from India after marring him, NZ Herald reported today. The jury spent more than four hours deliberating on Tuesday and yesterday, before returning guilty verdicts on eight charges a
  3. Brushing issues like this under the carpet because they were found innocent in a court of law means nothing. What about all the people found innocent in Indian Courts despite being clearly responsible for murdering Sikhs in 1984? We are a strong and proud community and our Gurus have left us a beautiful legacy that we should be promoting to the world. We can only do that once we solve the issues and misconceptions we have amongst ourselves. Many people think Sikhs are a hypocritical joke because of this incident and quite frankly I don't want this stain on us in the international spotlight, bu
  4. Gurfateh Sangat Ji, I apologise if this topic has been discussed countless times before, I have read previous discussions and done by own research on this but have failed to any real conclusion and am thus turning to SikhSangat for help. I came across the Air India Flight 182 incident whilst reading up news and facts about the recent incident of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight. As far as I am aware, the Air India Flight 192 bombing was conducted by Babbar Khalsa members in retaliation for Operation Bluestar. I am unaware of how true this is and the details surrounding it, but consideri
  5. any coverage on sikh channel or other sikh channels? waheguru...
  6. What is happening to our community? Living in fear for her son: The mother-of-five who woke up one morning to find her little Mikaeel had vanished Ever since the appalling moment when she realised Mikaeel was not in his bed, Rosie Kular has been enduring her own private agony. She has been comforted by her mother and specially trained police as both officers and members of the public search for her three-year-old son. Indeed, it is impossible to imagine what has gone through her mind since 7.15am on Thursday when she realised the little boy was missing from the family’s first-floor flat.
  7. Ravi Singh from Khalsa Aid posted this status: "SPECIAL MESSAGE FROM INSIDE PRISON: Sangat Ji. I had a call today from one of the Singhs who along with several other Singhs is locked up for the Leicester incident. His asked me to ask you all to do an Ardas for them as they will appear in court on Friday for sentencing. Please DON'T make any comment about the case! Please feel free to leave a message of support. It was good to hear from the Singh , he told me that they are all in CHARDI KALAN !!" Can someone please shed some light on what is going on for the sangat who live outside of t
  8. This. Now with the Boston attack it's unlikely we'll get a lot of media coverage anyway...it pisses me off because it's like the world only cares about loss of life when it's about white people. I know in my country, when the Winconsin shooting happened it was shown once on each news channel at one time and never mentioned again...when all the other tragedies happen where the majority of the victims were white people it was all over the news for days on end. Same goes for the white people on my facebook. When the winconsin shooting happened the only people posting about it was sikhs and musli
  9. http://www.indianexpress.com/news/bhullar-security-up-time-with-family-cut-to-10-minutes-from-4-hrs-per-day/1103163/1 So so sad...article says he only weighs 57 kg at the moment. Inhumane bastards.
  10. http://www.dnaindia.com/india/1822536/report-badal-opposes-death-to-bhullar-congress-furious
  11. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Khalistani-terrorist-Bhullar-likely-to-be-hanged-secretly/articleshow/19549814.cms I am unsure as to what to make of this news...security has obviously been stepped up in Punjab as a number of reports are coming through confirming this. Police presence has been increased in cities like Jalandhar and Amritsar, and the Akali party has asked for army presence in punjab as per unconfirmed reports. Does this mean that the execution is likely to happen in the next few days? What can be done? Who can directly intervene? Organisations such as Amnesty Internat
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