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Friday, April 17, 2015

31st Annual Day of Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce

Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce of Delhi University (Pitampura) organized its 31st Annual Day & Prize Distribution Function on 15 April 2015 at the Sahibzada Ajit Singh Auditorium in its premises.

 Former Union Finance Minister Shri Yashwant Sinha graced the event as the chief guest along with the presence of  other dignitaries MP & Former Union Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers Sardar Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa, Sardar Manjit Singh GK President DSGMC & Sardar Manjinder Singh Sirsa General Secretary DSGMC who as guest of honor added grace to the event as well as awarded the  meritorious students in various streams who have scored good rank in the university and highest marks in their classes.  Also present on the occasion was S. Bhpinder Singh Anand, Chairman, Governing Body, and S. Harpreet Singh Jolly, Treasurer, Governing Body.

Apart from the students, felicitation of the staff on completion of 25 years of service by Chief Guest and Guest of honors was also the highlight of the event.

Speaking on this occasion, former union minister & Chief Guest Shri Yashwant Sinha said, “I am highly delighted to see that the students of the college are really doing well in academics as well as other extracurricular activities. The effort of the institution for building the future of the students is commendable and I congratulate the entire team of the college, students and parents for this grand success. SGGCC is doing a commendable job in preparing the students for a better tomorrow because these are the ones who are going to lead the nation in the next decade.  Kudos to the college for preparing students to encounter professional challenges, instilling in them the desire for life-long learning, and the critical thinking and versatility needed to prevail in the global marketplace.”
Sardar Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa said. “It’s good to know that the institution is doing well in almost all the streams.  With so many courses under one umbrella, SGGSCC is dedicated for advancing the theory and analysis of commerce, economics and management.  My sincere good wishes for the grand success of the institution and I congratulate the entire team for putting up such a great function.”

Addressing the audience Dr. Jatinder Bir Singh Principal of Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce, Pitampura said, “I am proud to lead an institution specializing in business, commerce and economic studies and named after great tenth Sikh Guru. Our college started its corporate life with handful of students, limited faculty, little property, but a determined mission of imparting higher education and keeping cultural heritage intact. This courageous dream has guided our college for the past two and half decades and made it the leading center of discovery and learning that it is today. It is our collective efforts, however, that make this college such a vibrant place to learn, to work, and to explore.”

With Thanks : Media DSGMC

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

3rd day of Besakhi, Sikh pilgrims from all over the world participated

HASAN ABDAL (Dunya News) – Three days celebration of Sikh’s spring festival ‘Besakhi’ ended on Tuesday in Gurdawara Panja Sahab, Hasan Abdal. Federal Minister of Religious Affairs Sardar Muhammad Yousaf and Chairman Evacuee Trust Sadeeq Alfarooq were the chief guests of the last day of ‘Besakhi’.
Sikh pilgrims from all over the world including women and children, participated in the annual festival. Pilgrims performed their religious rituals at Gurdawara Panja Sahab for 4 days.
Assembly members from Sikh minority also addressed the pilgrims on the last day. Sikh delegates said that they are thankful to Pakistan government for taking care of their needs and providing them security despite all the fears of terrorism. 
with thanks : dunyanews : LINK

A pilgrim’s journey through Punjab



The Golden Temple, Amritsar is the most sacred of Sikh shrines, the Golden Temple, is a major pilgrimage destination for devotees from around the world, as well as, an ever-increasing popular tourist attraction. Also part of the complex is the seat of the Sikh temporal authority, the Akal Takhat, the foundation of which was laid in 1606 by Guru Hargobind, who felt that the Sikh faith required a martial tenor. e ground oor of the Akal Takhat was ready by 1774 while the rest of the ve-storied edi ce was completed during the reign of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. e present building of the Takht is of a more recent vintage as it was rebuilt following its destruction in 1983 during Operation Blue Star.

Dukhniwaran Sahib, Patiala Gurdwara Dukh Nivaran Sahib is built on the site where Guru Tegh Bahadur, on appeal from villagers, sat under a banyan tree to rid their malaise-a ected village of its disease. Translated, dukh nivaran means eradicator of su ering, and the sarovar (tank) here is believed to have healing properties. An extensive covered area has been provided to facilitate devotees who wish to bathe in it.

Sri Takht Keshgarh Sahib, Anandpur Sahib Takhat Sri Keshgarh Sahib is the principle shrine in Anandpur Sahib. is is the historic site where, on the day of Vaisakhi in 1699, Guru Gobind Singh initiated his followers into the order of the Khalsa (Sikh nation). Legend maintains that the Guru requested those present to volunteer their heads to him.

with thanks : vancouverdesi : LINK : for detailed news story.

Congressional resolution greets Sikhs on Baisakhi

A bipartisan Congressional resolution, highlighting Sikh community's "tremendous contributions" in the US, has greeted people across the globe on the occasion of Baisakhi. 

"America's founding ideals of freedom of worship, equality, and justices are reflected in the Sikh American community's celebration of Baisakhi. With this Resolution, I am saying thank you and wishing Sikhs across America and around the world a joyous Baisakhi," said Congressman John Garamendi, the lead sponsor of the resolution and Co-Chair of the American Sikh Congressional Caucus. 

Garamendi along with other legislators and civil rights' advocates recently welcomed the FBI's inclusion of Sikhs, Hindus, and Arab Americans in its hate crime tracking manual, a change they had pushed for. 

Garamendi's office is presenting the manual to police departments in his district. 

with thanks : Business Standard : LINK : for detailed news.

Sikhs and Tamils celebrate their New Year in Singapore

SINGAPORE: Many Indian communities, including the Tamils and Sikhs, are celebrating their New Year this week.
The Sikhs celebrated Vesakhi on Tuesday (Apr 14). The community also kicked off a series of celebrations to mark SG50. The light-up at the Central Sikh Temple, along Towner Road, on Tuesday evening marked the highlight of the 300-year-old festival.
The community has also organised a slew of activities, such as Sikh Environment Day and Saviour Day (Rakhewala) for the month of April. In May, the spotlight will be on how Sikh ladies celebrate SG50 with the Women's Festival.
There will also be awareness campaigns around the narratives surrounding Sikhism, including the importance of the turban and Sikh family life.
with thanks : channelnewsasia : LINK : for detailed news.

Sikh community celebrates a harvest of goodness in B.C


with thanks : vancouverdesi : LINK : for detailed news.

ASUS Zenfone 2, to celebrate your uniqueness

In the present world, the technology changes at the every split of a second and that’s the reason whatever you may opt, it will soon become the obsolete. In such circumstances, if you are opting a mobile handset, that already belongs to the earlier generations, you will always be at the last end of the queue. In my opinion, we must go for the technology that is either just launched or that’s, yet to be launched.

ASUS ZenFone 2 is one such technology that’s yet to be launched. It is the latest smart phone that will enter the market on 23rd of April.

Strange, there are still many persons who will opt for a lower category of smart phone that has a small camera, which can’t even click a proper quality pic in the day, while ASUS Zenfone offers a smart click in the darkest night without a flash  and with 400% brightness.

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Strange, there are still many persons who are happy with the old 3G technology while most of the service providers are going for 4G and that too while ASUS Zenfone 2 has offered its smart mobile handset with 4G.

Strange, there are many persons who are buying a smart phone that offers a single sim while the latest & advanced technology offered by ASUS Zenfone 2 can hold Dual Sims, Dual active.

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Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Handmade wooden car with top speed of 120 kms per hour : Mohinder Singh Lotay

Indian carpenter Mohinder Singh Lotay (R) poses with his son Amandeep Singh Lotay and their handmade five seater wooden car at their home in Patiala . They claim the car, which cost 400,000 rupees ($8,464) to make and is based on the engine of a Maruti 800 with teak bodywork, can attain a top speed of 120kms per hour and has an economy level of 16kms per litre.

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