From H S Rao
London, Oct 25 (PTI) The government should confer Bharat Ratna, the countrys highest civilian honour, on Master Tara Singh for his contributions in the unification of India and the Sikh community, former lawmaker and Chairman of National Minorities Commission Sardar Tarlochan Singh has demanded.
LONDON: The government of India should confer 'Bharat Ratna', the country's highest civilian honour on Master Tara Singh for his contributions in the unification of India and the Sikh community, former lawmaker and Chairman of National Commission for Minorities Sardar Tarlochan Singh has demanded on Sunday.
Delivering the inaugural Maste...read full story »
Sardar Tarlochan Singh Ji, you have given a very Timely Warning. You asked timely questions and made timely suggestions about calling for scholars to get engaged. Let a Sikh Brain Trust be formed and funded that invites and includes scholars selected because of their scholarship without regard to their personal allegiance but excluding activ...read full story »
Satkaryog bhai Tarlochan Sngh sahib jio,
Wahguru ji ka Khalsa Wahguru ji ki fateh
Congratulations for your most valuable article on
"Sikh Vidwan Aapna faraz nibhavan", you have rightly awakened them to
stand for the need of hour to realize their responsibilities.
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I am happy, SGPC has taken the important Sikh Relics in a specially designed bus to various parts of Punjab. Huge reception is being accorded. It would have been much better if SGPC should have also made proper announcements that these are the relics which were with the royal Sikh family of Nabha State. The relics which mostly are rela...read full story »
Respected Sardar Tarlochan Singh has given a direction to the Sikh Panth which is in turmoil and needs the collective help of all Sikh scholars and historians to give their valuable suggestions and directions for the Sikhs. He has brought the real issues and awareness of Sikh affairs.
I whole-heartedly agree with Dr. Bhai Har...read full story »