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Sidhu Moose Wala's last song SYL Banned from YouTube.


  • YouTube has removed Sidhu Moose Wala's last song, SYL, from its platform. The song released on June 23 is about Punjab's water issue.

The first song 'SYL' post the death of Sidhu Moose Wala was released just few days back on June 23. The song which focuses on Satluj-Yamuna link canal project in a matter of time garnered million view on YouTube. However, Sidhu Moose Wala's song SYL has been banned in India due to legal complaint from the government.

The song highlights various issues such as undivided Punjab, 1984 Sikh Riots, farmer laws, Sikh flag hoisting at the Red Fort during the farmer agitation and Sikh militants.

The subject of the song showcases different problems faced by Punjab and the people of Punjab. It emphasises the Satluj Yamana Link canal dispute, a Sikh prisoner, and the latest agricultural legislation agitation among others.

SYL, Sidhu Moosewala's debut song after his passing, was made available on his YouTube channel. The late vocalist himself penned, wrote, and sang the song. Navkaran Brar created the video and the artwork, and MXRCI produced it.


The song visuals also included 1984 holocaust images of Punjabi rivers and old photographs from Punjab showing people rebelling against various laws. Short Sidhu Moosewala video snippets have also been added by the creators.

The song which crossed more than 27 million in just few days have been now banned in Indian domain. Several fans have reacted on this legal action and expressed their dissatisfaction for the decision.


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Sangrur Lok Sabha Byelection Result 2022: SAD Amritsar's Simranjit Singh Mann wins the election.

Lok Sabha byelections witnessed a low turnout as only 45 per cent of votes were cast, which was 27.1 per cent lesser than the 2019 elections.


The bypoll results for Sangrur's Lok Sabha Elections were announced today, where SAD Amritsar's Simranjit Singh Mann registered a comfortable win.


The seat had fallen vacant earlier this year after CM Bhagwant Mann resigned as Lok Sabha MP following his landslide victory in the Punjab Assembly polls. Mann, who had won the 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha elections, had campaigned along with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for AAP candidate and party’s district unit chief Gurmail Singh. During the campaigning phase, Opposition parties had attacked the ruling party over “deteriorating” law and order situation after the gruesome killing of famous Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala.


Against Gurmail Singh, Former two-time MP Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) President Simranjit Singh Mann is also contesting from Sangrur Lok Sabha seat. The Congress has fielded former Dhuri MLA Dalvir Singh Goldy while the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has gone with former Barnala MLA Kewal Dhillon, who had recently joined the party. On the other hand, former NDA ally Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) has fielded Kamaldeep Kaur, sister of Balwant Singh Rajoana, a convict in ex-Punjab chief minister Beant Singh’s murder case.


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https://avalanches.com/in/chandigarh_afghanistan_earthquake_kills_at_least_1000_people_more_than_600_inju2584546_22_06_2022

Afghanistan earthquake kills at least 1000 people; more than 600 injured.


An earthquake of magnitude 6.1 killed 1000 people in Afghanistan early on Wednesday, disaster management officials said, with more than 600 injured and the count expected to grow as information trickles in from remote mountain villages.


Neighbouring Pakistan’s Meteorological Department said the quake’s epicentre was in Afghanistan’s Paktika Province, just near the border and some 50 kilometres (31 miles) southwest of the city of Khost. Such temblors can cause severe damage, particularly in an area like this one where homes and other buildings are poorly constructed and landslides are common.


“So far the information we have is that at least 1000 people have been martyred and 600 injured,” Mawlawi Sharafuddin Muslim, deputy minister of disaster management, told a news conference on Wednesday.


Earlier, interior ministry official Salahuddin Ayubi earlier said the death toll was likely to rise “as some of the villages are in remote areas in the mountains and it will take some time to collect details”.


In Kabul, Prime Minister Mohammad Hassan Akhund convened an emergency meeting at the presidential palace to coordinate the relief effort for victims in Paktika and Khost.

The “response is on its way”, the U.N. Resident Coordinator in Afghanistan, Ramiz Alakbarov, wrote on Twitter.


Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif in a statement offered his condolences over the earthquake, saying his nation will provide help to the Afghan people.


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