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Fatehbad district Haryana. the district borders Punjab. some interesting statistics saw it on Wikipedia page so not sure how accurate it is. but % of people who speak Hindi in the district has drastically fallen while % of people speaking Punjabi has grown a lot. not sure why or how this happened. not sure what the current % is but if % of people speaking Punjabi has grown since then then tecnically the district should go to Punjab which will obviously never happen. any1 been to this part of Haryana b4? and know why number of people speaking Punjabi has grown so much? perhaps its the Punjabi culture influence considering its right nxt to Punjab .... Language 1961 2001 Hindi 84.40% 56.20% Punjabi 15.60% 42.67% Urdu — 0.13% Other — 1.00% Religion in Fatehabad district Religion Percent Hinduism 82.72% Sikhism 16.03% Islam 0.89% Others 0.37%
Jat quota stir: Act now, act tough, Mr Khattar This is no time to play politics. Jat quota stir: How an inexperienced Khattar let Haryana burn BJP leaders have taken election successes to be a sign of invincibility, which in a democracy is suicidal. Source - http://www.dailyo.in/user/11581/mandysings
Sikhs must unite for SGPC: Sukhbir Sanjeev Singh Bariana Tribune News Service Natheha (Talwandi Sabo), Aug 6 Sikhs, for once, need to get above their habit of ‘dhadebandi’ (factionalism) and unite on the issue of SGPC’s supremacy over the HSGMC. This was stated by Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal talking to this correspondent on the sidelines of a campaign for SAD candidate from Talwandi Sabo Jeet Mohinder Sidhu, here today. “Sikhs, by nature, are habitual of attaching themselves to groups as a part of their daily lives. They all need to come on a common platform and understand the delicate situation in which attempts were being made to finish the universally accepted parliament (Akal Takht) of the Sikhs under the SGPC’, he said. “We need to understand that sustained efforts have been made since Independence to weaken the Sikhs. Years of turbulence during terrorism followed by a poor resettlement package told the real story. Taking away the supremacy of the SGPC, exercised through the Akal Takht, was the last attempt by an already crumpled Congress. The way the once supreme Congress party has been washed out in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Gujarat, it should not expect any magic in Haryana, now”, he added. All Sikhs need to come on a common platform and understand the delicate situation in which attempts are being made to finish the universally accepted parliament (Akal Takht) of the Sikhs under the SGPC. Sukhbir Singh Badal, PUNJAB DY CM