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A postmodern Punjabi thinker

In Dr Gurbhagat Singh's death on April 3, the world of the English literature, Punjab, and the Sikh studies have lost an innovative thinker. The most severe blow is that his most-cherished project of translating the Shri Guru Granth Sahib into ... Hindustan Times, 1 week ago
Sikh scholar Gurbhagat Singh passes away, 1 week ago

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Another Country could almost be a YouTube advert for Eton

Another Country Trafalgar Studio, until 21 June A Small Family Business Olivier, in rep until 27 August Another Country was an instant response to Anthony Blunt's exposure in 1979 as a Marxist spy. Julian Mitchell set out to explain how gay ...
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Afternoon Despatch & Courier

Celebrating Baisakhi

: The Sikh community celebrated, Baisakhi, the harvest festival on Monday. Yuva Sena president Aditya Thackeray is seen having food at a langar held in Garodiya Nagar in Ghatkopar. Email this COMMENTS No Comments Posted POST YOUR COMMENTS ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 day ago

Traffic warning over Leeds Vaisakhi procession

Police in Leeds are warning motorists ahead of the Sikh community's annual Vaisakhi procession through the city. The procession is due to start at about 10.30am and finish at 4.30pm It will travel along Chapeltown road, Newton Road, Harehills Lane, ...
 ITV.com4 days ago

In other generations, other massacres: Elections 2014 through the prism of 1984

Victims of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots break a barricade during a protest in Delhi in 2011. The protest was organised by All India Sikh Conference to demand justice for the victims and to persuade the government to take action against the perpetrators.
 DNA India1 week ago
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Legendary Sikh sword bought by Canadian businessman

Bob Dhillon is bringing a major piece of Sikh history to Canada thanks to a fateful flub. The Calgary-based businessman was part of a delegation to India in February with Gov. Gen. David Johnston when he picked up a copy of The Tribune, an ...
 Metro Canada1 week ago

CSF writes to BJP on community related issues

Seeks equal status for Dalit Christians and Muslims on par with scheduled castes of Sikh, Hindu and Buddhist faiths With just days remaining for the Lok Sabha elections, the Catholic Secular Forum (CSF) the community's activist NGO, while calling ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 week ago

Sikh students face abuse in US; get called 'terrorists'

Sikh children in American schools have been punched, kicked, have had their turbans ripped off by fellow students and called "Bin Laden" or worse. Some have even had to face abuses like "Go Home Terrorist". Their only fault is that they are Sikh students who ...
 DNA4 weeks ago Go home terrorists: Abuse Sikh students face in US  News Track India4 weeks ago

Faith school allocation may infringe human rights

Non-religious parents who have been allocated places for their children at a Sikh free school have argued that their right to educate their children according to their beliefs is being infringed. A number of parents have contacted the National ...
 National Secular Society1 week ago Sikh children in US schools targets of hate  Taaza.com4 weeks ago Sikh Children In U.S. Schools Targets Of Hate  Indolink4 weeks ago Sikh children in US schools target of hate attacks  The Gulf Today4 weeks ago

United Sikhs grants scholarships to Sikh Students in Pakistan

New York, United States (March 07, 2014): A US based NGO, United Sikhs, has extended its STARAE scholarship project, in September 2013, to needy students from families who are Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Peshawar. After three months 75% of the 39 ...
 Sikh Siyasat Online1 month ago Pak scholar discuss Sikh history with students  Times of India1 month ago United Sikhs extend scholarship of 39 Pak students  Times of India1 month ago
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