Ranjit Singh


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Ran·jit Singh

 (rŭn′jĭt sĭng′) Known as "the Lion of the Punjab." 1780-1839.
Punjabi leader of the Sikhs who unified warring Sikh states into a kingdom and resisted colonization by the British, with whom he maintained an alliance.

Ranjit Singh

(ˈrʌndʒɪt ˈsɪŋ)
n
(Biography) called the Lion of the Punjab. 1780–1839; founder of the Sikh kingdom in the Punjab
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As earlier last year, delay from the Indian authorities in accepting Pakistan's offer of sending a special train resulted in Sikh Yatrees (pilgrims) from India being unable to participate in the martyrdom anniversary of Guru Arjan Dev and the death anniversary of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
The statement further said Pakistan had sent train for Sikh Yatris this year but Indian government did not allow Sikh devotees to travel to Pakistan to attend death anniversaries of Guru Arjun Dev and Maharaja Ranjit Singh in Pakistan.
In June this year, several Sikh pilgrims travelling to Pakistan for the death anniversary of Guru Arjan Dev as well as Maharaja Ranjit Singh were stopped by the Indian government despite issuance of visas by the Pakistani High Commission in India.
gt; Ranjit Boparan 2 Sisters owner Ranjit Singh Boparan appeared before the parliamentary committee last month as part of an inquiry following an undercover investigation by ITV News and The Guardian into standards at the firm's West Bromwich plant.
Charanjit Singh was killed and two others injured when businessman Ranjit Singh fired at them from his licensed pistol in Narwal area here.
Summary: Panchkula (Haryana) [India] Oct 21 ANI: A special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court in Panchkula on Saturday adjourned the hearing in the murder case of former Dera manager Ranjit Singh till October 25.
Maharaja Duleep Singh was son of the one-eyed 'Lion of Punjab', the warrior, Sikh Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
The CBI court is hearing the cases of killings of journalist Ram Chander Chhatrapati and former Dera manager Ranjit Singh.
Sikh Yatrees, who want to visit Pakistan to attend death anniversary of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, have staged protest at Atari railway station against the Indian government.
More than 300 Sikh pilgrims with Pakistani visas were on their way to Lahore - to observe the death anniversary of Maharaja Ranjit Singh at Gurdwara Dera Sahib - but they were stopped at Attari, Wagah border, Pakistan's foreign office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said.
He described its seizure by Nadir Shah and its possession by Ranjit Singh.
Enforcement team of BSES in 2005 had caught Ranjit Singh Chaudhary for stealing a whopping 243 KW of electricity for running a plastic factory, HP Plastic, at Golden Park in Tagore Garden area.