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Sikh ROTC Members Can Wear Turbans
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US Sikh to join Army with beard, turban

A 20-year-old Sikh-American student has won a significant legal battle in the US with a court allowing him to enrol in an Army programme without removing his articles of faith like the beard and turban. US district court judge Amy Berman Jackson on Friday ... Asian Age, 2 weeks ago
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Why Do So Many People Misunderstand Sikh Americans?

 NBCNews.com4 weeks ago SCOTUS Ruling on EEOC v. Abercrombie: A Victory for All Americans  CNN4 weeks ago Sikhs need to explain to Americans significance of turban:US lawmaker  IndiaTV News1 month ago Sikhs should explain meaning of turban to Americans: US lawmaker  India Today1 month ago
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'Recruitment of Sikhs as a rule in US Military' says US Congressman after Sikh-American student is enrolled in US army

A powerful US Congressman has said the time has come for the US military to recruit Sikh-Americans in its ranks as a rule and not as an exception. Joe Crowley, 53, also welcomed a federal court's decision to allow a 20-year-old Sikh-American ...
 IBNLive India News2 weeks ago PTI - SIKH-CONGRESSMAN - Time for US military to recruit Sikhs as rule: US Congressman  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago Time for U.S. Military to Recruit Sikhs as a Rule, Says Crowley  India-West1 week ago Vice Chair Crowley Welcomes Court Decision Allowing Sikh College Student to Enter U.S. Military  Congressman Joseph Crowley2 weeks ago
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Portal for teaching Sikhism to US

AMRITSAR: As a first step towards making Americans aware of Sikhs, their religion and distinct identity, National Sikh Campaign (NSC) under one of the most ambitious projects taken in the recent times has decided to develop a website that will act ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Vancouver based agency to develop Sikh brand online  Times of India2 weeks ago
Times of India

Sant Chatwal to give USD 1mn to Sikh project in India

NEW YORK: Indian-American hotelier Sant Singh Chatwal will contribute USD 1 million to an ambitious project coming up in India aimed at better acquainting the about the origin and values of the Sikh faith. The 'Mool Project' is an initiative of ...
 Times of India1 month ago Sant Chatwal to Contribute $1 Million to Project About Sikhism  India-West1 month ago Chatwal to contribute $1 mn to Sikh project in India  Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago PTI - US-CHATWAL - Sant Chatwal to contribute USD 1 mn to Sikh project in India  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
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Hotelier Chatwal pledges $1 million for Delhi Sikh Study Center

New York-based Indian-American hotel magnate Sant Singh Chatwal has pledged to donate a million dollars to help set up a five million dollar Sikh Center for International Studies at the Rakabganj Gurdwara in New Delhi. Speaking on the sidelines ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Hotelier Chatwal pledges USD 1 million for Delhi Sikh Study Center  Ani News1 month ago
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Right-wing terrorists twice as likely to kill Americans than Muslim jihadists are ‒ report

21:57 Edited time: June 25, 2015 20:05 Family members of those killed in a mass shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin attend a candlelight vigil in in Oak Creek, Wisconsin on the one-year anniversary, August 5, 2013. (Reuters/Darren Hauck) ...
 Russia Today6 days ago Study Says White Extremists Have Killed More Americans in the U.S. Than Jihadists Since 9/11  Time1 week ago Americans twice as likely to be killed by right-wing terrorism than Muslim jihadists ‒ report  Russia Today1 week ago Americans are twice as likely to be killed by right-wing terrorists than Muslim jihadists  Sott.net6 days ago
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Why the Supreme Court's Abercrombie Decision Is a Game Changer for Sikh-Americans

On Monday, Abercrombie & Fitch faced a major defeat in its interpretation of religious discrimination law and employees of faith, especially visibly religious minorities, breathed a collective sigh of relief. The U.S. Supreme Court rejected the ...
 Huffington Post4 weeks ago Read more about Fighting Islamophobia in America  National Catholic Reporter3 weeks ago Is America Becoming More Islamophobic?  Huffington Post6 days ago Hijab on the Job and America's Legal Rejection of Neutrality in Religious Matters  Breitbart.com4 weeks ago
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Ottawa police serving up foods from different cultures at diversity celebration

Traditional foods from the Aboriginal, Jamaican, Sikh, Palestinian, Filipino and Latin American communities will be served at the Ottawa police's first annual diversity celebration. The force's diversity and race relations section says attendees ...
 Metro Canada1 week ago

Promoting Bullying Prevention Awareness in the Sikh American Community

, the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and the Sikh Coalition held a Bullying Prevention Sikh Google Hangout . As part of her capstone project in the E3! Ambassadors Program , Naureen Singh organized the discussion to ...
 The White House1 week ago Sikh Awareness Video Debuts in Central California  India-West3 weeks ago
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