Two main Pro Khalistan organizations, Akali Dal Panch Pardhani and Dal Khalsa have dismantled their current set-ups to form a joint platform. It was S. Harpal Singh Cheema who initiated to bring both organizations to form a united front. In this Interview he explains the necessity and process of current unity. S. Cheema also clarifies that why the elections for legislative assembly in 1992 were boycotted by the supporter of Khalistan freedom movement.
Rajiee M Shinde, the CEO of PTC networks, arrived in Melbourne to attend the Indian Melbourne Film Festival. She was in the town to promote PTC network’s home production ‘Zorawar’ stared by Hunny Singh. In this interview, she was asked controversial questions about PTC and its presentation.
With his up-coming movie on first Sikh Guru, Harinder Sikka has accelerated a controversy. The movie is based on the life story and teachings of Guru Nanak Dev ji through the eyes of his long time companion Bhai Mardana ji. It is evident from the trailers of the movie that it will depicts Guru Nanak Dev ji through animation. While there are unconfirmed revelations that someone has played the character of the Guru ji. It is learnt from the Sikh scholars that playing the role Gurus or anyone related to the Guru Families or depicting them in animations would be leading the community towards idol worshiping. In this interview, Harinder Sikka was confronted by the radio host Jaspreet Singh.
Kanwarjit Singh is a victim and witness of 1984 Sikh genocide. In this interview he explains the horrific week of November 84’. He was working in the bank when he heard the news of Indira Gandhi’s assassination. He was beaten badly and he lost his dear friend S. Darshan Singh while they were trying to protect the nearby Gurudurar.
Harry Baweja is a renowned bollywood director. In this interview he tells about his upcoming 3D animated Punjabi movie ‘Char Sahibzade’. Chaar Sahibzaade is the first 3D animation film on Guru Period. The movie will be released in Punjabi, Hindi and English.
Hundreds of thousands of Sikhs have fought in world war one and two while more than 83,000 were dead. In this interview, Holland based historian S. Bhupinder Singh tells the story Sikh soldiers who were at the forefront with British Army and its allies.
Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur is former general secretary of Sikh Students Federation (SSF). In this interview he explains the process of re-establishing the SSF and its achievements.
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Birinder Pal Singh. professor of sociology and social anthropology department of Punjabi University has supervised the survey about the life of sikhs scattered in South and north-east india.