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It's Time To Vote For Chic Sikh of The Year 2010




Dear Reader:

Please name your choice of a man, woman, child, group, institution or corporation - Sikh or non-Sikh -  who you feel deserves to be named THE CHIC SIKH OF THE YEAR 2010.

Please place your name hereinbelow in the COMMENT section, along with your reasons why you are nominating or voting for the person or entity you've named.

Any person or entity from any part of the world may be named.

The deadline for all nominations is strictly 9.00 pm (Toronto, Canada, time), Sunday, December 26, 2010.

All nominations will be posted on

The name of the Winner (who will be selected by a panel of judges already appointed for the purpose) will be announced on January 1, 2011 on and other media.

The list of past winners includes - Harvinder Singh Phoolka (Human Rights Advocate), Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, SALDEF, Saran Singh (Editor, The Sikh Review),The Sikh Coalition and Unted Sikhs.


We look forward to your participation.




October 4, 2010 

Conversation about this article

1: Livleen Kaur (Boston, MA, U.S.A.), October 04, 2010, 6:52 AM.

I would like to nominate The SIKH RESEARCH INSTITUTE (SikhRI) based in Texas, U.S.A. It has taken on the task of education with respect to Sikh Religion and History and is doing an extraordinary job not only in its programs but also setting very high standards for others to follow. The impact they are having on our youth is already very positive and measurable.

2: Jasbir Kaur (Chandigarh, Punjab), October 04, 2010, 7:00 AM.

The School at BARU SAHIB, Himachal Pradesh, India, and its leaders. It is forging ahead by producing outstanding Sikh citizens of the world, despite all the hurdles and challenges placed in the way of Sikhs in India today. It has also been producing clones of its institution - I am told at least 41 of them are flourishing today. This is the way of the future for us. I nominate them wholeheartedly.

3: Karambir Singh (Ambala, India), October 04, 2010, 7:13 AM.

Bibi TASLEEMA LANGOO would easily be my choice. This Muslim teenager from Srinagar, Kashmir has taught us - in her singing and teaching of Gurbani Kirtan to Sikhs in Kaskmir - that walls between religions can easily be broken down and do not require one to compromise on one's own faith and beliefs. She is such a wonderful role model for all of us.

4: Kanwal Nain Singh (Lindsay, Ontario, Canada), October 04, 2010, 7:59 AM.

I have the pleasure in nominating the Editorial Board of SIKHCHIC.COM. No other institution, or an individual, has contributed so much for the revival of our faith, culture, history, politics, with non-sectarian attitudes. [Editor: Your words and endorsement are immensely appreciated. However, being the sponsors of this exercise, we have disqualified ourselves and those most closely associated with our magazine. Nevertheless, Thank You for your vote.]

5: H. Singh (Texas, U.S.A.), October 04, 2010, 10:38 AM.

S. JARNAIL SINGH, the journalist. Just go to his facebook page and see how much he does for the Panth in his individual role as a layman. He's a genuine "daas' of the Panth.

6: Amardeep (U.S.A.), October 04, 2010, 11:17 AM.

Dr. ANARKALI KAUR HONARYAR of Afghanistan, a dentist and human rights activist. She is a great role model for every Sikh.

7: Jagpal Singh Tiwana  (Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada), October 04, 2010, 1:48 PM.

I nominate Sikh historian S. KHUSHWANT SINGH. He introduced Sikhism to the Western world with his 2-volume "History of The Sikhs", for translating gurbani, and giving exposure to Sikhism through his weekly columns and novels.

8: Mohan Singh (Toronto, Ontario, Canada.), October 04, 2010, 3:39 PM.

Bhai BALBIR SINGH SANCHERWAL. Since year 2000, he's been cleaning the River Kali Bein (connected with Guru Nanak's life) in Punjab through kar seva. President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam praised the work of this extraordinary man who had cleaned up a polluted and choked local river to illustrate how the art of giving by individuals and nations could promote happiness around the world. And Prof. DARSHAN SINGH who, since year 2004, has been trying to convince the S.G.P.C., the jathedars of all the five takhts and the Badal group to maintain the Maryada and respect the sanctity of Guru Granth Sahib, through his gurbani kirtan, and his persistence in trying to wake up the Khalsa around the world.

9: Gur Singh (Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.), October 04, 2010, 7:01 PM.

I vote for the SIKHS OF AFGHANISTAN & PAKISTAN as the Chic Sikhs of 2010, not only for keeping their faith through the greatest adversities but for being role models for us to cherish our faith. I urge to try to bring some Sikhs from there to the global stage as I am convinced that the the solution to global terrorism lies in the revival of Sikh spirituality in the "Af-Pak" part of the world.

10: N. Singh (Canada), October 04, 2010, 8:05 PM.

I nominate Member of Parliament SUKH SINGH DHALIWAL. He has had the courage and the integrity to speak up on behalf of the Sikhs in Canada and give a voice to their issues. He is the ONLY Indo-Canadian M.P. to have EVER raised the motion of labeling the Nov 1984 pogroms in Indiaas 'Genocide' in the Houses of Parliament in Canada. He also raised the issue of Indian PM Manmohan Singh's bizarre comments about Sikh extremism in Canada with him. Sukh writes on his website: "I also explained that his perceptions about rising extremism within Canada's Sikh community were incorrect and not in any way reflective of Sikhs living across the country." This action on his part was instrumental in putting pressure on the Akal Takht Jathedars in officially labeling the Nov 1984 pogroms as a Genocide. I applaud him for what he has done. Although a lot still remains to be done, this is a step in the right direction.

11: Gurmeet Kaur (Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.), October 05, 2010, 7:32 AM.

JARNAIL SINGH, Journalist! Having survived the 1984 Sikh Genocide myself, I live it every day of my life. I always wondered why no one has documented the carnage in Delhi and all other major cities of Northern India, wherever Sikhs lived, in a way that mainstream Indians and world citizens could have access to the truth. It brings a sense of relief that Jarnail Singh, who himself was a pogrom survivor much like myself, has completed the first of the milestones by bringing out in the most readable, relatable and soul-touching way, the plight of the Delhi Sikhs. As I read "I Accuse", I kept thinking of how easily this book - it is written so that it can be converted into a world-class screen play - could bring out the pain of the minorities, the shenanigans of the majority and the gross human rights violations at the hands of the people in power ... in the largest democracy of the world, India. I cried reading many pages where the stories of women and children who suffered were exactly the same as mine; and I feel a sense of solace that our voices will not die with us in silence. I wish that the world community will come forward and support the author in completing the documentation on the rest of the 1984 victim towns and cities across India.

12: Gurinder Singh (Stockton, California, U.S.A.), October 05, 2010, 8:07 AM.

Journalist JARNAIL SINGH is my choice for this title. I respect him for standing up for justice for Sikhs, especially when the Sikh leaders of Delhi have become the very agents of the perpetrators of this genocide.

13: Balwant Singh (Ludhiana, Punjab), October 05, 2010, 12:52 PM.

I nominate author and activist ARUNDHATI ROY. Hers has been a lone but unwavering voice against the excesses of the Indian government, and she has valiantly refused to be deterred even by questionable stints in jail, spurious court actions against her, and a litany of threats from every directions. Through both fiction and non-fiction - superbly penned, award-winning and lauded around the world - she has stood behind the under-dog and given her all. Her life conforms to the highest of Sikh ideals.

14: Gurpal Singh (Wolverhampton, United Kingdom), October 05, 2010, 12:54 PM.

I agree with Tiwana ji. S. KHUSHWANT SINGH has written much over the decades, on Sikh history, religion and politics. His autobiography was an absolute bestseller in both India and Pakistan and hundreds of thousands of Hindus and Muslims read the Sikh viewpoint on recent Indian history. He is also the most famous Sikh in India, bar Manmohan Singh. He has always stuck up for his community in Parliament and its about time we the diaspora Sikhs recognized him.

15: R. Singh (Canada), October 05, 2010, 8:10 PM.

SUKH SINGH DHALIWAL, for not doing what politicians do best - i.e fib, a la Dosanjh! Our elected leaders jumped on the popular bandwagon, not even pretending to defend their constituents who elected them, let alone actually doing it.

16: Ajmer Singh (New Delhi, India), October 06, 2010, 11:05 AM.

I would like to add my vote for Dr. ANARKALI KAUR HONARYAR of Afghanistan. Truly, she represents the Sikh spirit of seva, and of chardi kala in the face of adversity. I don't think anyone else has better exemplified these Sikh traits as she has in recent months and years.

17: Joti Kaur (U.S.A.), October 07, 2010, 7:45 AM.

I would like to nominate a man who is most deserving to be the Chic Sikh of The Year 2010: Journalist JARNAIL SINGH. This man has fought hard and continues to fight for justice re the 1984 pogroms in India. Awarding him this title can be our way of showing our support to him.

18: N. Singh (Canada), October 07, 2010, 8:31 AM.

I nominate the organization, SIKHS FOR JUSTICE. They have been active on a number of fronts: working with Sardar H.S. Phoolka, seeking justice for the Nov 1984 pogroms; supporting the U.K. Sikhs who were successful in getting British support against Jagdish Tytler, as he was informed he would be arrested for crimes against humanity if he set foot on British soil; they also managed to launch a civil case in the U.S. against Kamal Nath for his participation in the pogroms, which made headlines. They have been 'fighting' for justice for innocent victims of gross human rights crimes against humanity and this is what our Gurus have taught us. They have epitomized the true spirit of the Khalsa!

19: Amardeep (U.S.A.), October 11, 2010, 2:21 PM.

RAM NARAYAN KUMAR, though no more, was an activist with a noble and truthful soul.

20: R. Ahuja (New Delhi, India), October 14, 2010, 10:32 AM.

Dr. NORMAN BORLAUG, father of the Green Revolution, is my nomination. His pioneering work, combined with the enterprise and hard work of the Punjabi farmers, is responsible for the agricultural success story in Punjab. In fact, he is one of the few scientific brains whose work had a direct role in improving the lives of millions of people around the world.

21: Sangat Singh (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), October 15, 2010, 11:03 AM.

May I nominate Dr. GURDEV SINGH KHUSH, who has received honorary doctorates from ten universities, including a 2000 doctorate from Cambridge and a 2007 doctorate from Guru Nanak Dev University in Punjab. He has been inducted into national academies in countries around the world, including China, India, Malaysia, Russia, and the United States and has been honored by fifteen other nations. In 2007, Dr. Gurdev Singh was awarded the Golden Sickle Award, honoring researchers who have made a considerable contribution or accomplishment in rice research. In addition, he has also been awarded the 2001 International Scientific and Technological Cooperation Award from the Government of China, the Padma Shri award from President of India in 2001, and the 2000 Wolf Prize in Agriculture. This humble and self effacing man may not be a household name. But his varieties of rice - some 300 of them - must touch your lips.

22: Sangat Singh (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), October 18, 2010, 5:21 AM.

Since nominating Dr. GURDEV SINGH KHUSH, I have now received additional information from S. Amrik Singh Gill: "It may be relevant to mention in his profile that Dr. Gurdev Singh is also winner of the "The World Food Prize". Over half of the world's 6 billion inhabitants rely on a single staple, rice. His developments have resulted in decreasing risk of famine and land degradation. He is considered father of rice development. The World Food Award is equivalent to a "Nobel Prize" for Agriculture. He not only has successfully decreased hunger in the world, he has also donated all his prize money (Rs. 3.5 crores or $750,000.00) to the Punjab Agriculture University, Ludhiana, for "Promoting Agricultural Research' - another rare, humane gesture for the well-being of humanity. A Sikh in the truest sense is one who practices in day to day life: 'Munn neevaan mutt ucchi', Wund Chhakna ... He exemplies these principles in the best way possible!"

23: James F. Inness (Australia), October 27, 2010, 2:16 AM.

As an ex-officer of the 11th Sikh Regiment, may I urge the young generations of the Sikh faith NOT to relinquish any of the customs of dress which indicate your faith. Follow the example of the Jews who hang on tenaciously to all and everything which indicates unity in their faith. It is their strength, and their strength is considerable. Apart from that, the dress style for girls shown, is very attractive and neat. Following the Hollywood style brings the immorality we see played out every day in the media, and it most certainly debases the femininity of the female gender. In nature, it is the femininity of women which attracts the male, not how much flesh she bares to public view. To young sikh males, I ask you to remember that you are descended from saint-warriors, and you are expected to honour your traditions, and be the champions of your women. Why do you think there is an attack all over the world on those very qualities which make a society strong?

24: Ravinder Singh Taneja (Westerville, Ohio, U.S.A.), October 28, 2010, 12:06 PM.

Sardar KHUSHWANT SINGH - honest, scholar, colorful, a sense of humor and, of course, very readable. Longevity and the courage of his convictions. Not to mention the fact that he has done a lot to bring notice to the Sikhs. At 96, he won't be around for too long; this may be a good year to honor him.

25: Amarjit Singh Basra (St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A.), October 31, 2010, 8:34 AM.

Dr. GURDEV SINGH KHUSH is my nomination. A world renowned crop breeder, Dr. Gurdev Singh is considered one of the heroes of the Green Revolution, for his leadership in developing rice strains that enhanced the quality and quanitity of the rice supply in countries facing unprecedented population growth. Under his direction at the Plant Breeding Department, the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) developed rice varieties that now account for 60% of the world's rice supply. He is the recipient of numerous awards for his work, including the Japan Prize (1987), the World Food Prize (1996), the Rank Prize (1998), and the Wolf Prize (2000). He graduated from Punjab Agricultural University and the University of California - Davis, but has since been awarded several honorary degrees, including an honorary doctorate from Cambridge University in England. He has also been elected to the U.S. National Academy of Sciences and Royal Society of London, and he consults for over 15 national governments, including India, China, and Russia. He is the author of three books, over 80 book chapters, and more than 160 scientific papers. Currently, he is a Professor Emeritus at the University of California - Davis, where he continues his work on feeding the world in a sustainable manner.

26: Loveleen Kaur (New Delhi, India), November 01, 2010, 2:42 PM.

ARUNDHATI ROY is my choice. She has behaved throughout the way each Sikh is meant to live his/her life ... in selfless service of those who are being oppressed by those in power. We need to empower her with our full-fledged support ... moral and otherwise.

27: Kirpal Singh (Daytona Beach, Florida, U.S.A.), November 03, 2010, 4:38 AM.

I nominate SNATAM KAUR and her associate artists for popularizing the message of Gurbani to numerous people worldwide. This group is doing a marvelous job. I enjoyed attending their concert in Clearwater, Florida recently, which was attended by over 400 persons almost entirely by local residents of all colours ... with standing ovations on several occasions.

28: Harpreet Makkar (Brampton, Ontario, Canada), November 07, 2010, 5:29 PM.

S. KHUSHWANT SINGH, writer, author, editor, ex-MP and diplomat, historian and columnist; the grand-old Sardar of India. He has always had the courage to call a spade a spade and to joke about himself! Not many of us can do that! He has, by far, been one of the most well recognized Sikhs in the world and proud to be one; has helped propagate Sikhism with his books and other writings better than the S.G.P.C. The failings/ controversies he has had in his long life of about nine decades shows that he is just a normal human being like us!

29: Satwinder Singh (Dublin, Ireland), November 09, 2010, 3:44 AM.

All the names mentioned above deserve recognition because of the extraordinary contributions they have made within their respective domains. Any one fighting for justice for 84 anti-sikh genocide victims should be supported and rewarded. My vote goes to S. JARNAIL SINGH and Sardar H.S. PHOOLKA.

30: H. Banwait (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), November 09, 2010, 7:32 AM.

I would like to nominate HUMBLE THE POET, a Sikh activist and a rapper who gets the right messages across to our Sikh/ Punjabi youth.

31: Panjab Singh (Yuba City, California, U.S.A.), November 12, 2010, 6:19 PM.

It would be much appreciated if the names of past "Chic Sikhs" are also listed for the information of nominators to see if there is a pattern emerging. There are great Sikhs around in the world who may not fit into the Chic Sikh network or lifestyle but are true living embodiment of the Sikhi spirit. Hope this website is truly inclusive and fair to the Sikh community worldwide ... [EDITOR: Please read the article above carefully - all Sikhs and non-Sikhs are eligible. policy and previous year's nominations and winners can be found in the EDITORIAL section of COLUMNISTS.]

32: I.J. Singh (New York, U.S.A.), November 25, 2010, 6:39 AM.

I would nominate the young group ECOSIKH and the SIKH RESEARCH INSTITUTE (SikhRI) jointly for the signal honor of "Chic Sikhs of the Year 2010." Admittedly EcoSikh is new on the scene with not so much of a track record as the promise of breaking fresh ground. I remind you that President Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize at the start of his Presidency, before much of a record of achievements or initiatives. Similarly here, I would argue that we catch them young, encourage them and give a moral boost to these young people and their group. I would additionally recommend that the award be shared this year by EcoSikh and the Sikh Research Institute. While EcoSikh is full of promise, SikhRI already offers a productive and respectable track record in an area that has been largely neglected - education in the fundamentals of Sikhi. Both organizations have a long way to go but both hold promise of new ventures in new ground and direction.

33: Balbir Singh (Germany), November 25, 2010, 5:19 PM.

Proposed names of participants for the award winner should fulfill the criteria of knowing true Naam Simran and practicing it. I hope this site has learned examiners.

34: Amarjit Singh (Ghaziabad, India), December 09, 2010, 5:00 AM.

My vote goes to Sardar JASPAL SINGH - A true Khalsa of the 21st century who was beheaded on February 20, 2010 by the taliban in Pakistan. S. Jaspal Singh ji's family was asked to pay a ransom of 20 million Pakistani Rupees which they were unable to pay and then he was asked to make a choice between Islam or face execution. He refused to embrace Islam and happily faced martyrdom. We Sikhs remain indebted to this brave Khalsa from Pakistan for showing the Sikh Panth and also to the non-Sikh world that true Khalsas not only follow the teachings of the Guru's theoretically but also practice the path shown by the Sikh Gurus. So, Sardar Jaspal Singh - the true Sikh Chic of 2010!

35: Harinder Singh (New Delhi, India), December 17, 2010, 11:17 AM.

Late S. PATWANT SINGH - by all means. I am surprised no one has mentioned him so far. No second thought. The only man who started a publication and press. And we still need one badly. Can it be Nishaan - The Sikh Review ... but 100 times bigger! Hope you we will all agree.

36: Jesroshan Singh (Malaysia), December 20, 2010, 8:32 AM.

I would like to vote WAHEGURU as the Chic Sikh of 2010. Without Him, we wouldn't be here; wouldn't be here; all that we are doing would be fruitless without His Almighty Grace. [EDITOR: Good nomination, but it is our strict policy to exclude anyone directly involved with, because of conflict of interest!]

37: Pritam Singh Grewal (Canada), December 20, 2010, 5:32 PM.

After reading the article "Campus of Happiness" I vote for this institution (BABA AYA SINGH COLLEGE) for Chic Sikh of the Year 2010. The reasons for this choice abound in the write-up itself.

38: Dr..Birinder Singh Ahluwalia (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), December 20, 2010, 7:08 PM.

The person who deserves the honor to be named Chic Sikh for 2010, in my humble opinion, is Sardar JARNAIL SINGH (journalist, New Delhi).

39: Gur Singh (Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.), December 20, 2010, 7:57 PM.

Shaheed Sardar JASPAL SINGH.

40: Baljit Singh Rihal, JP (London, United Kingdom), December 21, 2010, 5:53 AM.

I would like to nominate the SIKH AWARENESS WELFARE TEAM (SWAT) for their great work with the homeless Sikhs in Southall (London, U.K). This charity consists of a great team of volunteers who carry out the seva. For more details on their work join "Swat London" on Facebook or check their documentary videos on YouTube.

41: Bibek Singh (Jersey City, U.S.A.), December 21, 2010, 1:43 PM.

1) Late Sardar JASPAL SINGH ji of Pakistan: For the reasons mentioned in point34. 2) Prof INDER SINGH GHUGGA: He has been actively raising his voice against racism. He has been physically attacked five times in the last three years for his work. The most recent, fatal attack was in October 2010. A simple google search or on 'You Tube' will inform the audience about the revolutionary work he has been doing. Working actively against the anti-Sikh forces at this age, and that too in India, is no mean task. 3) S. JARNAIL SINGH (journalist): For the courage displayed against the might of the Indian government. 4) SIKHS FOR JUSTICE: for successfully filing a petition against 1984 criminal Kamal Nath in the U.S., and other, related good work that they do. 5) SIKH RESEARCH INSTITUTE: for all the excellent work that they do in the field of education.

42: Zorawar Singh (Richmond Hill, New York, U.S.A.), December 21, 2010, 2:52 PM.

I would like to nominate Baba BALBIR SINGH SEECHWAL. He alone is the one who decided to take up the the noble task of cleaning the Kali Bein River (the river in Punjab in which Guru Nanak meditated upom Waheguru for three full days inside the river). He did this without any government help or assistance. Now he has taken this noble task further by cleaning all of Punjab's rivers.

43: Joti Kaur (U.S.A.), December 21, 2010, 7:29 PM.

ALL SIKHS around the world.

44: Satwant Singh (Oakville, Ontario, Canada), December 22, 2010, 10:26 AM.

JARNAIL SINGH, the journalist. True saint-soldier.

45: Tejinder Singh (London, United Kingdom), December 24, 2010, 1:01 PM.

My pick is SARDAR JARNAIL SINGH, journalist. He single-handedly raised the issue of the 1984 Genocide, on behalf of the victims. I admire his courage to stand up against injustice.

46: Kartar Singh Bhalla (New Delhi, India), December 24, 2010, 5:58 PM.


47: Dildeep Singh Dhillon (Canada), December 24, 2010, 11:09 PM.

The 95-year-old 'young-at-heart' Sikh historian, novelist, journalist S. KHUSHWANT SINGH: for the courage of his convictions, unflinching support of secularism and Punjabiat, his acerbic wit, his honesty and acceptance of personal criticism, for translating Sikh religious texts and Urdu poetry, and for his seminal work on Sikh History, Partition fiction, etc.

48: Plate (U.S.A. ), December 25, 2010, 8:44 PM.


49: Tejinder Pal Singh (Houston, Texas, U.S.A.), December 25, 2010, 10:25 PM.

I would like to nominate S. JARNAIL SINGH ji - a brave Sikh whose courageous action awakened the Sikh masses again to fight for justice ... something we had forgotten.

50: Tarsem Singh Ubhi (Milton Keynes, United Kingdom), December 26, 2010, 2:55 PM.


51: Gurjender Singh (Maryland, U.S.A.), December 26, 2010, 3:06 PM.

I would like to nominate all forgotten SIKHS OF 1984 who died at the hands of State-sponsored mobs, and THEIR LOVED ONES who are still looking for justice. Their only crime was that they were Sikhs.

52: Dr. Daljit Singh (Saint Louis, U.S.A.), December 26, 2010, 5:55 PM.

I would like to nominate Surrey-based Dr. RAGHBIR SINGH BAINS who was recently honoured with 'Shan-E-Khalsa' Award by the Kes Sambhal Parchar Sanstha at Red Cross Bhawan, Jalandhar, Punjab, for his volunteer service to the global society. Dr. Raghbir Singh is author of 'Encyclopaedia of Sikhism', which was released by Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien in 1997. He has also recently set up four Multimedia Sikh Museums in different parts of the world. The purpose behind setting the multifaceted projects has been to provide information on the Sikh faith so as to foster the concept of Oneness of God, universal brotherhood, global peace and to promote the concept of human liberty, equality and fraternity and to educate the present and future generations with a deeper understanding of the beliefs, history, culture and heritage of the global Sikhs. He has been globally honoured with countless awards, accolades and titles by different governments and non-government organisations, including: Order of British Columbia by the Government of B.C., Canada; 'Sikh Scholar of Computer Age' by the Akal Takht and S.G.P.C., Order of Khalsa, 'Prominent Sikh of the Century' by the Government of Punjab; Queen Elizabeth's Golden Jubilee Medal, Government of Canada; Community Service Award, East African Ramgarhia Board, Kenya, Africa; 'Good Citizen of Surrey' by the Municipality of Surrey, B.C., Canada; 'Scholar of Sikh Literature' Award, London, U.K; Lifetime Achievement Award, Canada; Mother Teresa Award, by Voluntary Health Association, Punjab; Philanthropy Award by Leisure Care, Vancouver, B.C. Canada.

53: R.G.X. Singh (London, United Kingdom), December 27, 2010, 5:29 PM.


54: Sehajpreet Kaur Nijjar (London, Kettring, England), December 28, 2010, 9:32 AM.

S. JARNAIL SINGH, the journalist who is a true saint soldier.

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