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  1. Handing over the memorandum to the Counselor of Indian Embassy in Malaysia. The Sikh Representatives spoke out against the desecration of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji and the counselor ensured that the memorandum will be handed to the higher authorities that it is addressed to. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10150671097824977&id=20299654976
  2. What are your theories on the mysterious disappearance of Malaysian airline?
  3. The Court of Appeal ruling on the Allah issue yesterday has given wide-ranging discretionary powers to the Home Minister to make pre-emptive executive decisions, says Tony Pua. By: Sikh24 Editors KUALA LUMPUR (October 15, 2013)The Malaysian Court of Appeal decided this week that the government can controland banthe use of the word Allah, Arabic for God. The ruling has also given wide-ranging discretionary powers to the Home Minister to make pre-emptive executive decisions. The judgement read by Justice Mohamed Apandi Ali stated that the Home Minister had sufficient material before him to
  4. Malaysian Sikhs angry at Sikh politician shaving bald Singapore: Malaysian Sikhs are angry with a local Sikh politician who has shaved his head bald at a Chinese temple in the Northern Peninsular city to protest against money politics in the General Election being held today. Jagdeep Singh Deo, a candidate for the Datuk Keramat state seat in northern peninsular Malaysia, joined other Chinese candidates campaigning in the General Election to protest by having their head shaved bald. Before shaving their heads, the candidates knelt before the Goddess of Mercy (Guan Yin) Pavilion in Kek Lok
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