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...promote a laudatory biography of Pakistan's leader Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. According to columnist Khushwant Singh, Taseer met Tavleen Singh at the Oberoi hotel where he stayed and fell in love with her. The two married briefly, but fell apart swiftly, leading...
ReutersSalman Taseer's Indian linkSifyAccording to columnist Khushwant Singh, Taseer met Tavleen Singh at the Oberoi hotel where he stayed and fell in love with her. The two married briefly, ...Slain Punjab governor Salman Taseer's Indian linkTimes of IndiaPak Punjab Governor Salman Taseer assasinatedZee NewsPakistan Governor assassinatedTimes Now.tvLong Island Press -Mangalorean.com -NDTV.comall 982 news articles »
Top amateur women golfers for BPGC OpenThe Hindu... Tavleen Batra (Chandigarh), Jaipreet Guman (Chandigarh), Nikita Arjun (Bangalore), Pauline Singh (Chandigarh) and Mumbai's Rani Maheshwari. ...and more »
Thank God it's overIndian ExpressThank God its overBy: chandra | 02-Jan-2011 Reply | Forward Tavleen's article is a beauty.More,it is provocative.But I disagree on one aspect:the title. ...
Safety of women in the capital city Delhi is under question again after an 18 year old girl gang raped in Sultanpuri area of North West Delhi.
Two world qualifying performances by Kurrajong squadHawkesbury GazetteThere were more medals in the bag for rising young sprinter Tavleen Singh, 15, who competed well out of her age group to win bronze in the U18 200m final ...
Delhi Police has arrested the fourth culprit in BPO employee rape case, Iqbal from Sohna district in Haryana. NewsX's Tavleen Singh has the complete report.
2010 Australian All Schools Track & Field Championships. Held at Doncaster Athletics Track, Sunday 5 December 2010. Women's Under 18 200m Final, Features Monica Brennan (Vic), Carla Williams(Qld), Tavleen Singh (NSW) Commentary by Peter Higgins
TAV Performing Live at Cultural Talent Hunt 2010 [LST] in Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar.
Wisdom Emannuels aka Wizziana & Tavleen Singh aka TAV messing around with Desi Hip Hop & 9ja Hip Hop.
"Music Video of Flying Aura" ♫ Original Music composed by Tavleen Singh • Video inspired from Movie 'In Bruges' Download Track: su.pr Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com Myspace: www.myspace.com
Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale was born in village Rode located in Faridkot District of Punjab, in 1947. From his childhood, he had a religious bent of mind. Sant Gurbachan Singh Khalsa, head of the Damdami Taksaal, the premier Sikh religious school, visited the child's village and suggested to Joginder Singh, Jarnail Singh's father, that his son join the Taksaal as a student. Coming to the Taksaal in 1965, Jarnail Singh received instruction in Sikh theology and history under Sant Gurbachan Singh's tutelage and later Sant Kartar Singh Bhindranwale's. He grew up to be an effective preacher of the faith. On August 25, 1977, upon the death of Sant Kartar Singh, he became head of the Taksaal. From July 1977 to July 1982, Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale extensively toured cities and villages of Punjab to preach the Sikh faith. He also visited other states and cities in India. Wherever he went, he carried Siri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib's message to every home exhorting Sikhs to take Amrit, observe the Sikh appearance, and live according to the teachings of Siri Guru Granth Sahib. As Tavleen Singh tells us87: 'His philosophy in six words was Nashey chaddo, Amrit chhako, Gursikh bano (Give up addictions, Take Amrit, Become good Sikhs)'. Explaining his mission, he said88: 'My mission is to administer Amrit, to explain the meanings of Gurbani89 and to teach Gurbani to those around me; ... and (to tell people) that a Hindu should be a firm Hindu, a Muslim should be a firm Muslim, and ...
...with "personal history", says Aatish Taseer, the 29-year-old son of Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer and Indian journalist Tavleen Singh, explaining why he wrote a book on his tempestuous relationship with his father. "Stranger to History: A Son's Journey through...
SINDH TODAYPakistani politician father, Indian mother - a son tells allSINDH TODAY, PakistanIslamabad, March 13 (IANS) Personal circumstances contain a bigger story and are a way to make “peace” with “personal history”, says Aatish Taseer, the 29-year-old son of Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer and Indian journalist Tavleen Singh, ...
Calcutta TelegraphWhen corruption is a daily habitCalcutta Telegraph, IndiaA child put a five-rupee coin on his teacher’s desk and said: “I want my seat changed”. A colleague of the shocked teacher shared the incident with the gathering at Oxford Bookstore. It fitted with the mood. Madhu Trehan had just read excerpts from her ...
...lopsided nature of her work, which does not fulfill curiosity of my young mind. HERE COMES a compilation of articles by Tavleen Singh, who needs no introduction to the journalist paradigms in the country. The book spans upto wide terrain, tracing her insights...
...Tavleen Singh is one of my favourite columnists. There are columnists and columnists. In case this statement is necessary, Tavleen isn’t a food or gossip columnist, or an agony aunt. She is branded as a political columnist or analyst and this comes across...
A Film By Girish "SHANGHARSH PRESS TEAM" Even as semi-literate journalists and supposed pundits in the Capital celebrated the 60 years of the "world's largest democracy"(incidentally the greatest and most grotesque cliché of our times), away from the "watchful eyes" of the media, other less savoury stories have been playing themselves out. Brave and self-effacing women activists like Roma, have been arrested under the National Security Act and have now been labeled as 'Maoist', according to a report in the Jansatta (Ambarish Kumar, 17 August, "Manavidhikar Karyakarta to Ab Naxali Banane ki Muhim"). This is no small and isolated happening. It is, in a microcosm, the story of what this 'largest democracy' is all about. The ultimate weapon of a desperate police force (widely used all across the length and breath of the country) of 'labeling a dog mad before killing it' is being brought into play to deal with peaceful struggles of ordinary peopleFor those who have any idea of the activities of activists like Roma, this is a lie of the most blatant sort. Roma has been long active in organizing the tribals and landless Dalits, and especially, of late, landless women to fight for their property rights. Roma's struggle has been fought under the banner of Dr Ambedkar, Jyotiba Phule, Savitri Bai Phule, Birsa Munda and Rani Lakshmibai and has never resorted to any kind of violent means. Nonetheless, her arrest, along with Shanta Bhattacharya and Malati, in Sonbhadra district of UP ...
Religion: Does Globalization Bring Salvation or Curse? Some religious communities are very critical of globalization, others are in favour or ask for a "globalization of justice". 1) How do religions judge globalization and deglobalization on the basis of their values? 2) Why and how should the impact of globalization on the poor be measured? 3) Is the global market itself becoming a new "religion"? Ahmed K. Aboulmagd, Commissioner, Dialogue of Civilizations, League of Arab States, Cairo ...
...Johnny Joseph and all those silly chaps in the BMC who are making A ward citizens pick up their doggy poo? Look how brave Tavleen Singh looks.” Mum, I am sure Tavleen’s issue with Johnny Joseph has more to it than meets the eye, and yes she is very brave to...
...journalist's son and a member of the royal family has ended, according to the Daily Mail. Aatish Taseer, son of columnist Tavleen Singh, was in a relationship described as 'intimate' for three years with Lady Gabriella Windsor, 31st in line to the throne....
...the products advertised on this site. Why praise dictators who lecture us on freedom? One Indian columnist gets it. Tavleen Singh , writing in the Indian Express wonders why people are praising dictators lecturing us on freedom who wouldn't allow a critic...