but to Guru
Sirsa, May 27
Finally after 14 days, the conflict
between Sikhs and dera followers seems to have ended, as the Dera Sacha
Sauda apologised to the 10th Sikh Guru Gobind Singh following the
controversy over newspaper advertisements that showed the dera chief
Baba Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh attired like Guru Gobind Singh.
Sikh clergy emergency meeting tomorrow Amritsar, May 27
The Jathedar, Akal Takht, has convened an emergency meeting of the Sikh clergy at the Akal Takht secretariat on May 29 here to discuss the apology tendered by Dera Sacha Sauda.
Kanwaljit’s bhog passes off peacefully Sangrur, May 27
Though the bhog ceremony of Kanwaljit Singh (who died in firing near a dera at Sunam) today passed off peacefully at Gurdwara Nankiana Sahib, near here, the hardliners later gheraoed the Jathedar of Takht Sri Kesgarh Sahib outside the gurdwara and protested against the Jathedars of the Takhts and the Badal government.
the Indian industry been
discharging its social
Most dowry victims in Punjab are poisoned Rural areas account for 71 pc deaths Chandigarh, May 27
One young married woman becomes a victim of dowry in Punjab every week. On an average, 55 women aged 18 to 35 die every year due to their inability to meet dowry-related demands.
CM admits mistake Thiruvananthapuram,
In his first public
reaction to suspension from the CPM politburo in the wake of
factional feud in the party, Kerala Chief Minister V. S.
Achuthanandan today admitted it was a mistake to air
differences in public.
Ambani is a trillionaire New Delhi, May 27
sharp surge in share prices of his group companies has earned Reliance
Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani a rare distinction of being the only
trillionaire in the country with over Rs 1,00,000 crore of wealth
through his shareholdings.
‘Mush commandeered MQM to counter CJ’s rally’ Former army chief Gen Mirza Aslam Beg has said that Gen Zia-ul-Haq was responsible for the formation of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement, as he wanted to counter the opposition his regime faced in Sindh. Dr Imran Farooq of the MQM has denied
chief Percy Sonn dead
Dubai, May 27
International Cricket Council president Percy Sonn, who was critically
ill for the past few days, died in Cape Town today. Sonn, 57, was
admitted to the Durbanville clinic in Cape Town on Monday after
developing complications from a colon surgery. Details
on Sports page
Nepal king fulfils 117-yr-old Indian’s wish Kathmandu, May 27
After almost a century, a 117-year-old Indian woman in Nepal finally had her two biggest dreams fulfilled - becoming a bona fide Nepali citizen and getting an audience with King
Gyanendra. Though she was born in Sunsari district in southern Nepal and
lived there all her life, Kamaladevi Pathak, whose parents were of
Indian origin, did not have a Nepali citizenship.
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