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Deep Singh, the 'super Sikh' who hates bad guys and loves Elvis
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Deep Singh, the 'super Sikh' who hates bad guys and loves Elvis

  Move over Batman and superman. Meet the world's newest crime-fighter, a Sikh superhero who sports a beard and turban and battles against evils like the Taliban. You can meet Secret Agent Deep Singh in the first issue of 'Super Sikh', due out in March in the United States. Singh may not look like your typical comic book hero, but he fights for all the same things: justice, equality, and good in the battle against evil. Super Sikh is the brainchild of Oakland-based writer Eileen Alden and ... Rediff.com, 2 days ago
Move over Batman, here comes Super Sikh Calcutta Telegraph, 1 day ago
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Indo-Canadian Voice

Out with the Cape & in with the Turban: Meet Super Sikh!

Out with the Cape & in with the Turban: Meet
 INooz1 day ago First American Sikh superhero who loves Elvis  Mangalorean2 days ago How the first American Sikh superhero is making waves  India Today2 days ago Malayali with a Sikh Turban  New Indian Express3 weeks ago
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Sikh-American hoopster's fight for turban's pride

With over three million Indian-Americans residing, it is no surprise that members of the Punjabi community are a part of nearly every aspect of American society.
 Times of India6 days ago
Indo-Canadian Voice

Texas allows Sikh policemen to sport beards, turbans

Washington (IANS): In one of the biggest goodwill gestures to one of the largest communities in the US — the Sikhs — the state of Texas has allowed on-duty Sikh officers to sport essential Sikh religious symbols like beards and turbans. ...
 Indo-Canadian Voice2 weeks ago Sikh Police Officer in Houston Allowed to Wear Articles of Faith  India-West2 weeks ago Texas Sikh can wear turban  Asian Age3 weeks ago Sikh cop makes history in Texas, to be first to wear turban  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Huffington Post Canada

Sikh MP unlikely champion of Holocaust remembrance

A man in a blue turban stood among thousands in toques, fur hats and yarmulkes in Poland on Tuesday to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp. Tim Uppal was there as the head of the official Canadian ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago Sikh MP Becomes Unlikely Champion Of Holocaust Remembrance  Huffington Post Canada1 month ago Sikh MP champions Holocaust remembrance  Metro Canada1 month ago Sikh MP Tim Uppal becomes unlikely champion of Holocaust remembrance  Newstalk 1290 CJBK1 month ago
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First Post.com

Americans still can't tell difference between Sikhs, Muslims: Study

More than a decade after 9/11, Americans who come across a turban-wearing Sikh are still prone to mistaking him for a Muslim, according to a study. The post Americans still can’t tell difference between Sikhs, Muslims: Study appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com1 month ago Sikhs or Muslims, racists don't discriminate  Social Dashboard2 weeks ago Many Americans mistake Sikhs for Muslims, study finds  Japan Times1 month ago Americans still confusing Sikhs for Muslims: study  Dunya News1 month ago
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Sikh-American Makes History By Becoming First Turbaned Sikh To Serve As Sheriff's Deputy

HOUSTON —On February 6, one of the largest Sheriff's office in the nation made Sikh American History—Sheriff Adrian Garcia and members of Texas's Harris County Sheriff's Office (HCSO) will welcome the first observant Sikh American deputy, ...
 Link3 weeks ago Tracking the DiasporaTexas gets first turbaned Sikh police officer  Times of India3 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Police apologise to Sikh cabbie for girls assault

Police in a British city have formally apologised and admitted they "got it wrong" after a woman who tore off the turban of a Sikh taxi driver and set it on fire was let off with a caution, media reported. Taxi driver Singh, whose first name has not been ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago
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Special Broadcasting Service

The Sydney Sikh community celebrates Australia day by raising funds for drought-hit farmers

Turbans4Australia (Photo Amar Singh) For Turbans4Australia, Australia Day 2015 was the beginning to a new start, with the help Australian Sikh Community the group stood shoulder to shoulder with drought affected Aussie Farmers. As mentioned in ...
 Special Broadcasting Service1 month ago Sikh groups to mark R-Day as black day  Times of India1 month ago Amar Singh from Turbans 4 Australia talks about NSW drought relief program  Special Broadcasting Service1 month ago
Indian Express

No-turban rule may well kill basketball in Punjab: Sikh players

Amritpal Singh, Amjyot Singh and Yadwinder Singh Players from Indian basketball's powerhouse, Punjab, had a miserable outing at the recently concluded national championships in Bhilwara, getting ousted in the quarter-finals. But concerns over the ...
 Indian Express1 month ago Manmohan Singh: Busy as always  Day After India2 months ago Busy as always, but not writing memoirs yet: Manmohan Singh  India TV2 months ago Former PM: busy as always, but not writing memoirs yet  Gulf Times2 months ago
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