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  1. The referee/// spoiled the World Cup Final today. How that was given as a penalty, I cannot understand. It ruined the dynamics of the game, and basically made Croatia more of underdog than when the match started.
  2. Ludhiana man’s quest to popularise Maharaja Ranjit Singh in France HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Ludhiana | Updated: Aug 25, 2016 13:00 IST French ambassador Alexander Ziegler and businessman Harjinder Singh Kukreja with the bust of Maharaja Ranjit Singh in Ludhiana on Wednesday. (HT Photo) The French government and the family of the French General Jean François Allard, who served in the army of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, will install a statue of the Maharaja in St Tropez, France on September 17 and Ludhiana businessman, Harjinder Singh Kuk
  3. Now that an elderly catholic priest has been murdered by having his throat cut in a church in france by a teen islamic nutjob in an act of sacriliage and blashphamy against their religion. Will the christians finally chuck their hippy liberal sandles to the side and fight back or has secular atheists brainwashed christians into pacisfim which will lead to the final nail in the coffin of christians in europe? Seems they dont have any ankh, no courage, no willpower amoungst them to fight back against islam they too scared of the bipolar leaders in their atheist secular european goverments.
  4. http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/290161/nz-student-mistaken-for-terrorist *facepalm*
  5. Why did the newspaper draw a picture of mohammed? How would us sikhs feel if derogatory pictures of our gurus was drawn? Why did the newspaper target muslims?
  6. CHANDIGARH: He renounced his French citizenship for embracing Sikhism, came to India, married here and settled in Punjab. Living here since past many years, he is disappointed with the current politicians of Punjab who, according to him, have completely diverted from the path shown by the Gurus. Darshan Singh Rudel, 57, a French national, earlier known as Michael Rudel, had converted to Sikhism and married a Sikh woman. Now settled at Nurpur Bedi in Ropar district, Rudel is doing organic farming for the past 17 years. Rudel had requested a French court in 1995 for changing his name from Mi
  7. Ramaninder K Bhatia, TNN Feb 25, 2012, 04.42AM IST CHANDIGARH: Given the aggressive posturing of some Sikh organizations, including the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC), in light of the latest defence deal of India with French government for 125 aircraft, the National Commission for Minorities (NCM) has asked Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to once again take up the turban issue "emphatically" with France. NCM member H S Hanspal, referring to the messages that he was receiving from various Sikh groups, urged the PM to resolve the issue with the French government saying this was
  8. Rohan Dua, TNN Feb 12, 2013, 04.43AM IST CHANDIGARH: The recent ordeal of a baptised Sikh student in a government school in Paris is likely to become the rallying point for Sikhs planning to protest against the ban on turbans in schools in France, during President Francois Hollande's visit to India this week. The incident happened on January 7, the day 16-year-old Amritpal Singh's school reopened after the winter break. "In front of 40 students and 30 teachers, I was asked to go to the bathroom and remove my keski (a small turban)," Amritpal told TOI over the phone. Some people, under
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