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'Olympic tattoo reminds me of my Rio promise'

Mhow: Ask ace shooter of Army Marksmanship Unit (AMU) in Mhow, Subedar Gurpreet Singh, why he has an Olympic tattoo on his arm and he will explain with passion: "I got the tattoo made on my right arm just after the 2012 Olympics as a reminder of my ... Times of India, 2 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

SIT to reopen 75 cases of 1984 anti-Sikh riots

NEW DELHI, Jun 14: The Centre's special investi-gation team (SIT) is set to reopen and reinvestigate around 75 closed cases related to the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in the national capital, a move that could ring political resonance in poll-bound Punjab.
 Sangai Express2 weeks ago Special probe team to reopen 75 cases of 1984 anti-Sikh riots  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago

Bandh observed on Op Bluestar anniversary

Tribune News Service Amritsar, June 6 With radical Sikh organisations having given a call for an Amritsar bandh to mark the 32nd anniversary of Operation Bluestar, most of the trading and industrial units remained closed today. The Dal Khalsa ...
 Chandigarh Tribune3 weeks ago

War without End

, at least seven policemen and four 'criminals' were killed in an exchange of fire in the Kacha (riverbed) area of the Indus River between Districts of Rajanpur and Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab Province. While eight 'criminals' who sustained injuries ...
 India Blooms1 month ago

Despite rain, annual March for Peace gets the word out about Sikhism

Photo: Kin Man Hui, Staff / San Antonio Express-News Image 1 of / 35 Caption Close Image 1 of 35 Four-year-old Dev Singh sits on the back of a float as women of the Sikh community take part in a march in downtown San Antonio ...
 MySanAntonio1 month ago

Human rights abuse: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa not behind any other Pakistani provinces

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa meaning the "Khyber side of the land of Pakhtuns" is one of the four provinces of Pakistan, and located in the north western region of the country. This frontier province that borders Afghanistan is divided into seven divisions - Bannu, ...
 Sify1 month ago

Parkash Singh Badal accuses Rahul of carrying anti-Sikh family legacy

But for me, it started on June 15th, 2012, with the killing of another unarmed young black man by a ... Jun 15, 2016 Brandon Workman, who underwent Tommy John surgery on June 15, hasnt thrown a pitch in the majors ... Jun 15, ...
 NewsFlow242 weeks ago

App on Sikh Heritage in Singapore launched

BroadwayWorld and The Muny announces today the directors, choreographers and music directors for the... Jun 13, 2016 Ubisoft have announced they will host their annual E3 press conference on June 13. The preshow will... Jun 13, ...
 NewsFlow242 weeks ago
Woodstock Sentinel-Review

Todd: Genocide? Pogrom? Crime against humanity? Words about horror do matter.

It is almost impossible to imagine the terror experienced by Sikhs in India during a four-day rampage that occurred more than three decades ago. The evil exploded after Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's Sikh bodyguards assassinated her on ...
 Woodstock Sentinel-Review1 month ago
VOA News

Some US Sikh Soldiers No Longer Torn between Faith, Country

When he took off his turban and shaved his beard upon entering the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, Captain Simratpal Singh thought he could not serve in the U.S. Army, while keeping articles of his Sikh religion. The day of that difficult ...
 VOA News1 month ago
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