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A Royal Date - Nirvan Singh, grandson of Captain Amarinder Singh Ties Nuptial Knot
04.03.17 - TEAM PT
A Royal Date - Nirvan Singh, grandson of Captain Amarinder Singh Ties Nuptial Knot



The who’s who of royalty showered their blessings on Nirvan Singh, grandson of Captain Amarinder Singh and Maharani Preneet Kaur, as he tied the royal nuptial knot with Mriganka Singh, granddaughter of MP and member of the Jammu and Kashmir princely family Dr. Karan Singh, on a pleasant Sunday in the majestic backdrop of Lutyen’s Delhi.
 
The young couple were joined in matrimony through the Sikh Anand Karaj rituals in the morning, followed by the Kashmiri Hindu pheras in the evening, in the presence of their grandparents and other close family members and relatives.
 
 

Nirvan’s parents Sardar Gurpal Singh and Jayainder Kaur (daughter of Captain Amarinder) welcomed Mriganka (daughter of Vikramaditya Singh and Chitrangada Singh) into the Patiala royal family. While Vikramaditya, member of Jammu Kashmir Legislative Council, is the son of Dr. Karan Singh, Chitrangda is the daughter of former union minister Late Madhav Rao Scindia, a scion of the erstwhile Gwalior state.
 
Apart from the erstwhile royal families of Gwalior, Patiala and Jammu & Kashmir, the  Bushair nobility, led by the family of Himachal Pradesh chief minister Virbhadra Singh, whose daughter Aparajita is married to Nirvan’s elder brother Angad, was also present to bless the newly-weds. The royal families from Jaisalmer and Kapurthala also participated in the marriage functions.
 




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DSGMC results proof of complete rejection of both AAP and Cong by Sikh electorate - Sukhbir Badal
01.03.17 - team pt
DSGMC results proof of complete rejection of both AAP and Cong by Sikh electorate - Sukhbir Badal



Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal today said the overwhelming victory of the SAD in elections to the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) was proof of the complete rejection of both AAP and the Congress party amongst the Sikh community.
 
In a statement here, the SAD president said the elections also proved that the Sikh community of Delhi was with the SAD and appreciated the work done by the party in both the national capital as well as Punjab.
 
Badal while congratulating the akali rank and file who he said had worked assiduously to ensure the SAD victory in Delhi, said the akali cadre deserved fulsome praise for steadfastly ignoring the negative propaganda unleashed by its opponents. Sukhbir also praised the stellar work done by DSGMC president Manjit Singh GK which he said was aptly rewarded by the Sikh community.
 
The SAD president said AAP had tried its best to prop up its own organisation and even formed the Panthic Sewa Dal which put up its own candidates in the elections. "They even levelled false allegations against the SAD. However the results are a fatwa on the working of AAP and shows that the Delhi electorate is completely disillusioned by AAP and its performance. The elections are a precursor to what will happen to AAP in the future", he added.
 
Speaking about the Congress, the SAD president said the faction headed by Paramjit Singh Sarna was openly aligned with the party and had tried its best to befool the Sikh electorate. "However the past track record of Sarna and his gang as well as the Congress party has caught up with them and they have also met with a humiliating defeat", he added.
 
Badal assured the electorate that the SAD would fulfil all the promises made to them. "The DSGMC will work with even more vigour for the welfare of the community", he added.
 
The SAD president has called a meeting of all its party candidates who contested the DSGMC elections tomorrow morning at 11 am.




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