Opinion
SHAHEED BHAI TAROO SINGH JI

         This year i.e. 2020 Shaheed Bhai Taroo Singh Ji's martyrdom day is being observed on July 16 all over the world. This gruesome incident took place 275 years ago. 

Things have gone very wrong with national security: Tavleen Singh

Where are the men who are in charge of national security? Where is the National Security Advisor? He has not been seen since he trotted off to the Tablighi Jamaat’s headquarters in Delhi in the early days of the pandemic.

BABA BANDA SINGH BAHADUR JI

Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Ji (1670-1716), a brave Sikh warrior and founder of the Sikh Rule in Punjab was born on October 27, 1670 at Rajauri in Punchh District of Jammu and Kashmir. His early name wasLachhman Dev. 

Modi’s dream of making 21st century a China-India led century scuttles

Are India and China at the beginning of a new and contentious era? So it seems. In chapter 1, Chinese troops stealthily intruded a few kilometres into Indian territory — without being detected — and occupied key points in the Galwan Valley, Hot Springs and Pangong Tso.

No conceivable solution visible, country must defend its people as much as territory

The Chinese feel that two centuries since the Opium war signalled its decline, it is now a powerful nation. It wants to be on top, the Middle Earth — as it believes it was. India never was a single Empire; not even the Mughals ruled over all of it. 

US confronting demon of racism, India faces demons of intolerance

George Floyd’s death by a brutal American policeman has resonated all over the world. It has stirred a debate on racism and bigotry, as Floyd was an African-American and the policeman a white.

Remembering Bhagat Kabir Ji A Revolutionary Saint Poet on His 622nd Birth Anniversary (June 5, 2020)

      Bhagat Kabir Ji's full name was Kabir Das. 'Kabir' in Arabic language means 'great` and the word 'dasa' in Sanskrit language means a slave or a servant. He is one of the medieval Indian Saints of Bhakti and Sufi movements whose compositions Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji included in Adi Granth Sahib.

Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji Sacrificed His Life to Uphold the Right to profess one's Religion

Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji (1563-1606), the fifth Guru of the Sikhs was born on Baisakh Vadi 7, 1620 Bikrimi i.e. April 1, 1563, at Goindwal Sahib, which now falls in the present-day Tarn Taran district of Punjab. He was the third and youngest son of Bhai Jetha Ji who later named as Sri Guru Ram Das Ji became the Fourth 

YATRA OF GURDWARA SRI HEMKUNT SAHIB: THE CHERISHED DREAM OF ALL THE SIKHS

 Every year lacs and lacs of Sikh pilgrims pay their obeisance at Gurdwara Sri Hemkunt Sahib which is situated in the Himalayas in the Chamoli District of Uttarakhand State of India at a height of about 15,210 feet above the sea level. Hemkunt means ‘Receptacle of Ice’.

Rumours spread on Facebook led to Muslim killings in Sri Lanka in 2018

At a time when the world is feeling sorry for itself, amid a pandemic that is laying bare all that is wrong and unjust about it, an apology from Facebook made headlines in Sri Lanka.

China upset: Pakistan Uighurs terrorist breeding ground

Pakistan has been on the “grey list” of FATF because many of its “non-state actors” used in proxy wars belonged to other states like Afghanistan, Uzbekistan and China.

Cruelty Pales New Imaging of India as emerging Superpower

Happenings in America expose fundamental hypocrisy about this new India of ours. We want to screw over our minorities but also want to retain our image as tolerant and peaceful.

Opposition looks upward, but Modi still strong

The worm is turning, finally, though slowly. Economic hardship has almost trumped political hype. The Opposition has gained, but it also failed to knit the public angst into a coherent poll narrative and take full advantage of the situation. 

India and Pakistan agreement on Kartarpur corridor: A welcome step

Kartarpur Corridor is a unique link between two countries, India and Pakistan. It’s a novel example not available anywhere in the world where natives from one country will enter its neighbour country territory, without a visa and without a passport.

Without effective policing the lynching law would not do it alone

The glaring absence of figures relating to incidents of lynching in the recently released National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) database on the pretext that the data received from the states were “unreliable” hints at a deliberate attempt to keep the figures under wraps.