• Tweets sent by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that accused former President Donald Trump of colluding with Russia during the 2016 presidential election cannot be admitted as evidence in court, a federal judge has decided.

    On Wednesday, Judge Christopher Cooper denied Special Counsel John Durham’s request to allow them as evidence in the coming trial of Clinton’s former campaign attorney Michael Sussmann who is accused of lying to the FBI, The Washington Examiner reported.

    “Donald Trump has a secret server,” she said in a tweet. “It was set up to communicate privately with a Putin-tied Russian bank.”


    “Computer scientists have apparently uncovered a covert server linking the Trump Organization to a Russian-based bank,” she said in another tweet.


    The Democrat 2016 presidential candidate then shared a statement by President Joe Biden’s current national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, who was then her campaign advisor.

    “This could be the most direct link yet between Donald Trump and Moscow,” he said. “This secret hotline may be the key to unlocking the mystery of Trump’s ties to Russia.”

    “We can only assume that federal authorities will now explore this direct connection between Trump and Russia,” he said.

    But Judge Cooper, who was appointed by former President Obama, said he would dismiss the tweets as “as hearsay” and that “it’s likely duplicative of other evidence.”

    Durham argued that the tweets should be allowed as evidence because Clinton had presented them as “truth” and because they “show the existence of the defendant’s attorney-client relationship with the Clinton Campaign, which is directly relevant to the false statement charge.”

    But Sussman’s attorneys argued against that.

    “The tweet, which was posted on October 31, 2016, does not reveal anything about Mr. Sussmann’s state of mind over a month earlier, when he purportedly made the alleged false statement,” it said.

    “There is a real danger that if the tweet were admitted, the jury would believe that Hillary Clinton herself was part of the Special Counsel’s uncharged conspiracy and that she had a direct interest or involvement in Mr. Sussmann’s efforts.

    “Drawing the candidate herself into this matter in this way would be unfair to Mr. Sussmann,” they said.

    Durham revealed in court filings that staffers at the political research firm at the center of the so-called “Russiagate” scandal sent hundreds of emails to journalists containing unsubstantiated allegations against and claims about then-GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump.

    The purpose of leaking the claims was to generate negative news coverage about the Republican candidate, the filing stated.

    Durham’s filing came in response to efforts by lawyers with ties to Hillary Clinton’s failed 2016 presidential campaign to keep potentially explosive evidence out of his hands ahead of an upcoming trial involving Michael Sussmann, a Clinton campaign attorney who has been accused of lying to the FBI.

    In a late Monday court filing, Durham said the wave of emails undermines claims by the Clinton campaign that Fusion GPS’s research on behalf of her presidential effort ought to remain confidential as part of attorney-client privilege.

    According to the Washington Times, the stories peddled to media included:

    A Wall Street Journal article about a Trump adviser meeting with a former KGB official close to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
    A Washington Post story about a Trump campaign adviser investing in Russia.
    New York Times and Reuters articles about the FBI investigating a secret communications setup between Mr. Trump and Russia’s Alfa Bank.
    GOP Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin said the special counsel is exposing the Clinton campaign’s “political dirty tricks.”

    “We’ve known for quite some time what happened here. And what the Durham indictments are just proving is how not only complicit but the Clinton campaign did this. They literally did this,” he told the Times.

    “What the Clinton campaign did in terms of political dirty tricks, we are still putting up with the repercussions. Would Vladimir Putin have invaded Ukraine if Trump was still in office? That’s an interesting question,” he added.
    Tweets sent by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that accused former President Donald Trump of colluding with Russia during the 2016 presidential election cannot be admitted as evidence in court, a federal judge has decided. On Wednesday, Judge Christopher Cooper denied Special Counsel John Durham’s request to allow them as evidence in the coming trial of Clinton’s former campaign attorney Michael Sussmann who is accused of lying to the FBI, The Washington Examiner reported. “Donald Trump has a secret server,” she said in a tweet. “It was set up to communicate privately with a Putin-tied Russian bank.” “Computer scientists have apparently uncovered a covert server linking the Trump Organization to a Russian-based bank,” she said in another tweet. The Democrat 2016 presidential candidate then shared a statement by President Joe Biden’s current national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, who was then her campaign advisor. “This could be the most direct link yet between Donald Trump and Moscow,” he said. “This secret hotline may be the key to unlocking the mystery of Trump’s ties to Russia.” “We can only assume that federal authorities will now explore this direct connection between Trump and Russia,” he said. But Judge Cooper, who was appointed by former President Obama, said he would dismiss the tweets as “as hearsay” and that “it’s likely duplicative of other evidence.” Durham argued that the tweets should be allowed as evidence because Clinton had presented them as “truth” and because they “show the existence of the defendant’s attorney-client relationship with the Clinton Campaign, which is directly relevant to the false statement charge.” But Sussman’s attorneys argued against that. “The tweet, which was posted on October 31, 2016, does not reveal anything about Mr. Sussmann’s state of mind over a month earlier, when he purportedly made the alleged false statement,” it said. “There is a real danger that if the tweet were admitted, the jury would believe that Hillary Clinton herself was part of the Special Counsel’s uncharged conspiracy and that she had a direct interest or involvement in Mr. Sussmann’s efforts. “Drawing the candidate herself into this matter in this way would be unfair to Mr. Sussmann,” they said. Durham revealed in court filings that staffers at the political research firm at the center of the so-called “Russiagate” scandal sent hundreds of emails to journalists containing unsubstantiated allegations against and claims about then-GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump. The purpose of leaking the claims was to generate negative news coverage about the Republican candidate, the filing stated. Durham’s filing came in response to efforts by lawyers with ties to Hillary Clinton’s failed 2016 presidential campaign to keep potentially explosive evidence out of his hands ahead of an upcoming trial involving Michael Sussmann, a Clinton campaign attorney who has been accused of lying to the FBI. In a late Monday court filing, Durham said the wave of emails undermines claims by the Clinton campaign that Fusion GPS’s research on behalf of her presidential effort ought to remain confidential as part of attorney-client privilege. According to the Washington Times, the stories peddled to media included: A Wall Street Journal article about a Trump adviser meeting with a former KGB official close to Russian President Vladimir Putin. A Washington Post story about a Trump campaign adviser investing in Russia. New York Times and Reuters articles about the FBI investigating a secret communications setup between Mr. Trump and Russia’s Alfa Bank. GOP Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin said the special counsel is exposing the Clinton campaign’s “political dirty tricks.” “We’ve known for quite some time what happened here. And what the Durham indictments are just proving is how not only complicit but the Clinton campaign did this. They literally did this,” he told the Times. “What the Clinton campaign did in terms of political dirty tricks, we are still putting up with the repercussions. Would Vladimir Putin have invaded Ukraine if Trump was still in office? That’s an interesting question,” he added.
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  • Marriage Of Raja Sangat Singh:

    In April 1824, the young Chiefs was married to Sabha Kour, daughter of Sirdar Ranjit Singh of Shahabad, with great pomp, Maharaja Ranjit Singh who was not able to attend himself, sending a deputation headed by Sirdar Baisahka Singh, Captain Murray, the Deputy Superintendent attending on behalf of the British Government.
    The Khillats presented to Raja Fatah Singh and Raja Sangat Singh, on their respective installations, were composed of the following articles : — A string of pearls ; a jigha (worn in the turban ) ; a Sirpesh (Ditto) ; a pair of shawls ; one square shawl ; one piece of Kinkhab ; one piece of Gulbadan ; a turban ; two pieces of Srisaf cloth ; an elephant ; a Horse, a jewelled crupper saddle ; girths and elephants trappings.
    Marriage Of Raja Sangat Singh: In April 1824, the young Chiefs was married to Sabha Kour, daughter of Sirdar Ranjit Singh of Shahabad, with great pomp, Maharaja Ranjit Singh who was not able to attend himself, sending a deputation headed by Sirdar Baisahka Singh, Captain Murray, the Deputy Superintendent attending on behalf of the British Government. The Khillats presented to Raja Fatah Singh and Raja Sangat Singh, on their respective installations, were composed of the following articles : — A string of pearls ; a jigha (worn in the turban ) ; a Sirpesh (Ditto) ; a pair of shawls ; one square shawl ; one piece of Kinkhab ; one piece of Gulbadan ; a turban ; two pieces of Srisaf cloth ; an elephant ; a Horse, a jewelled crupper saddle ; girths and elephants trappings.
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  • Kara:

    The Sikhs were commanded by Guru Gobind Singh at the Baisakhi Amrit Sanchar in 1699 to wear a steel slave bangle called a Kara at all times. This was one of five articles of faith, collectively called Kakars that form the external visible symbols to clearly and outwardly display ones commitment and dedication to the order (Hukam) of the tenth master and become a member of Khalsa. The Khalsa is the "Saint-Soldier" of Guru Gobind Singh who undertakes the following: "He does not recognize anyone else except One Lord, not even the bestowal of charities, performance of merciful acts, austerities and restraint on pilgrim-stations; the perfect light of the Lord illuminates his heart, then consider him as the immaculate Khalsa." (Guru Gobind Singh in the Dasam Granth page 1350)

    The Kara is to constantly remind the Sikh to always remember that whatever he or she does with their hands has to be in keeping with the advice given by the Guru. And this advice can be summed up in this line from the SGGS, the Sikh holy scripture: "In the tenth month, you were made into a human being, O my merchant friend, and you were given your allotted time to perform good deeds." (SGGS page 76)

    The Kara is a constant reminder of the Sikh's mission on this earth and that he or she must carry out righteous and true deeds and actions in keeping with Gurbani. The Kara is usually worn on the right hand although this has not been stipulated by the tenth Guru.

    Bhagat Kabir reminds the Sikh to always keep ones consciousness with the Lord thus:

    "With your hands and feet, do all your work, but let your consciousness remain with the Immaculate Lord.
    Kara: The Sikhs were commanded by Guru Gobind Singh at the Baisakhi Amrit Sanchar in 1699 to wear a steel slave bangle called a Kara at all times. This was one of five articles of faith, collectively called Kakars that form the external visible symbols to clearly and outwardly display ones commitment and dedication to the order (Hukam) of the tenth master and become a member of Khalsa. The Khalsa is the "Saint-Soldier" of Guru Gobind Singh who undertakes the following: "He does not recognize anyone else except One Lord, not even the bestowal of charities, performance of merciful acts, austerities and restraint on pilgrim-stations; the perfect light of the Lord illuminates his heart, then consider him as the immaculate Khalsa." (Guru Gobind Singh in the Dasam Granth page 1350) The Kara is to constantly remind the Sikh to always remember that whatever he or she does with their hands has to be in keeping with the advice given by the Guru. And this advice can be summed up in this line from the SGGS, the Sikh holy scripture: "In the tenth month, you were made into a human being, O my merchant friend, and you were given your allotted time to perform good deeds." (SGGS page 76) The Kara is a constant reminder of the Sikh's mission on this earth and that he or she must carry out righteous and true deeds and actions in keeping with Gurbani. The Kara is usually worn on the right hand although this has not been stipulated by the tenth Guru. Bhagat Kabir reminds the Sikh to always keep ones consciousness with the Lord thus: "With your hands and feet, do all your work, but let your consciousness remain with the Immaculate Lord.
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  • Kachera:

    Kachera/Kaccha undershorts/undergarment which resemble boxer shorts are one of the five Sikh articles of faith, given as gifts of love by Guru Gobind Singh at the Baisakhi Amrit Sanchar in 1699 they are worn by all Sikhs, initiated into the Khalsa. Both males and females Sikhs wear the same type of kachera. This was one of five articles of faith, collectively called Kakars that form the external visible symbols to clearly and outwardly display ones commitment and dedication to the order (Hukam) of the tenth master.

    This Kakar was given by Guru Gobind Singh to remind his Sikhs that they should control their sexual desire, Kam (lust). The Kacha is a long underwear that comes to just above the knees and gives a feeling of dignity, modest and honour to the person who wears this garment. The garment is usually made from white light-weight cotton material. It served to cover the person's private parts, as well, as remind Sikhs of the Guru's message to think of the opposite sex as they would think of their other family members and not as objects.

    The Kaccha is secured and tied with a "nala" (drawstring). This serves as another reminder that while one takes the time to untie the drawstring one is given time to think about what one is about to do. The Guru reminds us how while remembering the Lord, sexual desire can be overcome, thus:

    "Through the Kind and Compassionate True Guru, I have met the Lord; I have conquered sexual desire, anger and greed." (SGGS page 81)
    The Kacha is the Guru's gift and it reminds the Sikhs of the Guru's message regarding the control of the Five Evils especially lust. Further, this garment allows the Sikh soldier to operate in combat freely and without any hindrance or restriction. It serves its purpose efficiently and effective and is easy to fabricate, maintain, wash and carry compared to other under-garments of the day, like the dhoti, etc

    Gurbani reminds the Sikh to renounce worldly desire and seek the sanctuary of the Lord thus: "Renouncing sexual desire, anger, flattery and slander, they enter the Sanctuary of God.
    Kachera: Kachera/Kaccha undershorts/undergarment which resemble boxer shorts are one of the five Sikh articles of faith, given as gifts of love by Guru Gobind Singh at the Baisakhi Amrit Sanchar in 1699 they are worn by all Sikhs, initiated into the Khalsa. Both males and females Sikhs wear the same type of kachera. This was one of five articles of faith, collectively called Kakars that form the external visible symbols to clearly and outwardly display ones commitment and dedication to the order (Hukam) of the tenth master. This Kakar was given by Guru Gobind Singh to remind his Sikhs that they should control their sexual desire, Kam (lust). The Kacha is a long underwear that comes to just above the knees and gives a feeling of dignity, modest and honour to the person who wears this garment. The garment is usually made from white light-weight cotton material. It served to cover the person's private parts, as well, as remind Sikhs of the Guru's message to think of the opposite sex as they would think of their other family members and not as objects. The Kaccha is secured and tied with a "nala" (drawstring). This serves as another reminder that while one takes the time to untie the drawstring one is given time to think about what one is about to do. The Guru reminds us how while remembering the Lord, sexual desire can be overcome, thus: "Through the Kind and Compassionate True Guru, I have met the Lord; I have conquered sexual desire, anger and greed." (SGGS page 81) The Kacha is the Guru's gift and it reminds the Sikhs of the Guru's message regarding the control of the Five Evils especially lust. Further, this garment allows the Sikh soldier to operate in combat freely and without any hindrance or restriction. It serves its purpose efficiently and effective and is easy to fabricate, maintain, wash and carry compared to other under-garments of the day, like the dhoti, etc Gurbani reminds the Sikh to renounce worldly desire and seek the sanctuary of the Lord thus: "Renouncing sexual desire, anger, flattery and slander, they enter the Sanctuary of God.
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  • Kanga:

    All Sikhs who have taken Amrit were commanded by Guru Gobind Singh at the Baisakhi Amrit Sanchar in 1699 to wear a small comb called a Kanga at all times. This was one of five articles of faith, collectively called Kakars that form the external visible symbols to clearly and outwardly display ones commitment and dedication to the order (Hukam) of the tenth master and become a member of Khalsa. The Khalsa is the Saint-Soldier of Guru Gobind Singh, who stated the following:

    He does not recognize anyone else except One Lord, not even the bestowal of charities, performance of merciful acts, austerities and restraint on pilgrim-stations; the perfect light of the Lord illuminates his heart, then consider him as the immaculate Khalsa."
    (Guru Gobind Singh in the Dasam Granth page 1350)
    The Kanga is an article that allows the Sikh to care for his or her unshorn long hair, Kesh. The kanga is usually tucked in front of the "Rishi Knot" and tied under the turban to help in keeping the rishi knot firm and in place. It is to be used twice daily to comb and keep the hair in a disentangled and tidy condition. It represents the importance of discipline and cleanliness to the Sikh way of life and is used to keep the hair healthy, clean, shining and tangle-free.

    The Rishis the ancient sages of the Hindu religion kept their hair tied in the top knot reminiscent of Mt. Meru, the mythical home of the Hindu Gods (also the style usually associated with Vishnu and sometimes with Shiva, who more often than not kept his hair in a tangled mess) and the central axis of Jambudipva.

    Since many of the Hindu Rishis, or fakirs went about naked or nearly so with tangled and dirty hair, Guru Gobind Singh by the addition of the Kanga and the emphasis he placed on keeping ones hair clean and neat, and especially by the turban that is used to cover a Sikhs hair (Men and even some women) sought to differentiate his followers as separate and distinct (not part of) the Hindu religion.

    The kanga is placed at the most highest place of the body, above the dasam duar. As it is made of wood it controls the electrical impulses running through the kesh and helps the wearer refrain from being angry.
    Kanga: All Sikhs who have taken Amrit were commanded by Guru Gobind Singh at the Baisakhi Amrit Sanchar in 1699 to wear a small comb called a Kanga at all times. This was one of five articles of faith, collectively called Kakars that form the external visible symbols to clearly and outwardly display ones commitment and dedication to the order (Hukam) of the tenth master and become a member of Khalsa. The Khalsa is the Saint-Soldier of Guru Gobind Singh, who stated the following: He does not recognize anyone else except One Lord, not even the bestowal of charities, performance of merciful acts, austerities and restraint on pilgrim-stations; the perfect light of the Lord illuminates his heart, then consider him as the immaculate Khalsa." (Guru Gobind Singh in the Dasam Granth page 1350) The Kanga is an article that allows the Sikh to care for his or her unshorn long hair, Kesh. The kanga is usually tucked in front of the "Rishi Knot" and tied under the turban to help in keeping the rishi knot firm and in place. It is to be used twice daily to comb and keep the hair in a disentangled and tidy condition. It represents the importance of discipline and cleanliness to the Sikh way of life and is used to keep the hair healthy, clean, shining and tangle-free. The Rishis the ancient sages of the Hindu religion kept their hair tied in the top knot reminiscent of Mt. Meru, the mythical home of the Hindu Gods (also the style usually associated with Vishnu and sometimes with Shiva, who more often than not kept his hair in a tangled mess) and the central axis of Jambudipva. Since many of the Hindu Rishis, or fakirs went about naked or nearly so with tangled and dirty hair, Guru Gobind Singh by the addition of the Kanga and the emphasis he placed on keeping ones hair clean and neat, and especially by the turban that is used to cover a Sikhs hair (Men and even some women) sought to differentiate his followers as separate and distinct (not part of) the Hindu religion. The kanga is placed at the most highest place of the body, above the dasam duar. As it is made of wood it controls the electrical impulses running through the kesh and helps the wearer refrain from being angry.
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