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Organizers justify 'kesh darshan' at Sikh camp as its criticis...

AMRITSAR: US-based International Institute of Gurmat Studies (IIGS) has blamed few "vested interests" for allegedly maligning rich Sikh traditions following criticism of a kesh darshan (exhibiting hair) programme during the organization's ... Times of India, 1 month ago

Manbir Kaur becomes first Sikh girl to top Class 10 exam in Pakistan

Manbir Kaur, 15, has become the first girl from the minority Sikh community to top the matriculation exam in Pakistan. Zee Media Bureau Nankana Sahib: In a first, Manbir Kaur who is a Gursikh girl, has made the Sikhs in Pakistan feel proud by ...
 ZeeNews.com12 hours ago 15-year-old Sikh girl Manbir Kaur tops Class 10 exam in Pakistan  ZeeNews.com13 hours ago Pakistan activists: More interactions among religions would aid tolerance  UPI4 days ago Why peace with Pakistan is difficult, if not impossible  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Eastern Promises: Inside the Bold New Novel 'The Way Things Were' 1 day ago

When you are seven years old, Salman Rushdie apologizes to your mother. As a Sikh and a noted journalist who's received both death threats from extremists and come under scrutiny from the Indian government, she's concerned to see her unique name ...
 Rolling Stone10 hours ago

Pak Sikh leader threatens India on social media

AMRITSAR: Two days after the Dinanagar terrorist attack in Punjab, general secretary of the Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (PSGPC) Gopal Singh Chawla has posted a message on social media threatening India with dire consequences if it ...
 Times of India2 days ago

UK-LANGAR - Sikh kitchens becoming the new food banks in UK: study

Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. London, Jul 23 (PTI) The Sikh community kitchens at gurdwaras in the UK are turning out to be food banks for homeless as the need for hot meals rises, according to new research. Nearly, 5,000 meals are being served to ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 week ago Sikh kitchens becoming new food banks in UK: Study  Chandigarh Tribune1 week ago Sikh kitchens becoming the new food banks in UK: study  Press Trust of India1 week ago PU students demand upkeep of religious texts  Times of India1 month ago
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Govt should not give in to strike: Ex-DGP Ribeiro

Julio Ribeiro Amid the protests for the release of Sikh prisoners, the officer who headed the Punjab Police during the militancy era has warned that ceding to the demands of the protesters would have serious ramifications. Former Punjab DGP ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

Punjab has no powers to release Sikh prisoners: CM Badal

Stating that the release of Sikh detainees, serving jail terms for terrorist acts, was not in the hands of the state government, Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal on Wednesday advised people leading agitations in support of release of these prisoners ...
 Times of India1 week ago Release of Sikh detainees not under jurisdiction of state government  Times of India1 week ago

Inheritance of bloodshed

or of Bloomberg View, Nisid Hajari, tells ANANYA BORGOHAIN about his new book which studies the political tensions that led to the macabre Partition For this Partition narrative, on what grounds did you finalise your timeline, 1946-1948? ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago

Margaret Thatcher tried to prosecute Chauhan for incitement

Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher wanted to take legal action against a UK-based Sikh separatist leader accused of inciting Indira Gandhi’s assassination, but failed to comply with India’s request to deport him due to British law towards ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago Thatcher wanted to prosecute Sikh who incited Indira's killing  Press Trust of India2 weeks ago Indira's killing: Why Thatcher couldn't prosecute inciter  MSN News US2 weeks ago Thatcher Wanted to Prosecute Sikh Man Who Incited Indira Gandhi's Killing  Mathrubhumi2 weeks ago

Court Rules That Sikh Can Join The Army's ROTC Without Losing The Beard, Hair Or Turban

4605683 A federal court judge has just ruled that Iknoor Singh, a Sikh, can join the Army's Reserve Officer Training Corps without having to shave his beard, cut his hair or lose his turban. Iknoor, a 20-year-old college student from New York, ...
 Daily Caller1 month ago Sikh ROTC Members Can Wear Turbans  NBCNews.com1 month ago Court allows Sikh student with turban and beard to join US Army  ABP Live1 month ago Sikh college student wins battle with U.S. army over keeping his hair, turban  CTV News1 month ago
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