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Water resistant socks swim in pool of money

Jaspreet Singh, a Sikh-origin student in the United States, hit headlines for developing water-resistant socks and raising twice the expected money on crowd funding platform Kickstarter. The project - aimed at raising 10,000 - blew past its goal in ... Times of India, 5 hours ago

Sikh leaders submit memo against SFJ to US government

Sikhs residing in the United States being victims of mistaken identity and human trafficking were some of the main issues raised between the delegation of the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee during a 45- minutes meeting with the Department of State on July 14 in Washington, DC. The 8-member team headed by Manjit Singh GK, president, DSGMC, met Eileen O’ Connor, deputy assistant secretary, the department of state at WashingtonDC and appraised her about various achievements ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago London-based Sikh rights group granted UN status  HT Syndication5 days ago Mann Dal, other Sikh bodies want govt. to release recently arrested Sikhs by Aug. 4  Sikh Siyasat Online4 days ago The collective strength of police and Sikh leadership: Gang Prevention Summit II in Chilliwack RCMP facility ยป  Indo-Canadian Voice2 weeks ago
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Former United Akali Dal MP joins RSS Sikh wing

JALANDHAR: Former United Akali Dal MP Rajdev Singh Khalsa joined Rashtariya Sikh Sangat on Saturday at its headquarters in Delhi. Khalsa was elected MP from Sangrur in 1989 when traditional Akali Dal were pushed to margins and Akali Dal led by ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago Khalsa accuses politicians of maligning RSS  Times of India3 weeks ago Akali Dal calls for a Sikh regiment in US Army  India Today2 weeks ago

Thatcher Wanted to Prosecute Man Who Incited Indira Gandhi's Killing

Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom 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 ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago Thatcher Wanted to Prosecute Sikh Who Incited Indira's Killing  Outlook India2 weeks ago Thatcher Wanted to Prosecute Sikh Man Who Incited Indira Gandhi's Killing  Mathrubhumi2 weeks ago Margaret Thatcher wanted to prosecute Sikh who incited Indira Gandhi's killing  Economic Times2 weeks ago

#CelebratingUnity Hindu, Sikh And Muslim Inmates Of A Ludhiana Jail Unite To Fast During Ramadan

Atul Singh had never thought he would one day fast during Ramzan. Belonging to a Punjabi Hindu family, he had very few Muslims friends. But today, as an inmate of the Ludhiana Central Jail, he has shunned food from dawn to dusk, to show solidarity ...
 Indiatimes3 weeks ago CelebratingUnity Hindu Sikh And Muslim Inmates Of A Ludhiana Jail Unite To Fast During Ramadan  Indiatimes3 weeks ago Ludhiana jail: Where Muslims, Sikhs & Hindus unite to fast during Ramzan  Times of India1 month ago

Sikh wins right to wear beard and turban in US Army training college

A 20-year-old Sikh-American student has won a significant legal battle in the United States 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 ruled in favour of Iknoor Singh, a student at Long Island- based Hofstra University, to enrol in US Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) programme without shaving his beard, cutting his hair or removing his turban. Singh, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Court Ruling Favours Sikh Student's Wish To Join US Army  Weekly Voice1 month ago US Court Rules Sikh Students Can Join US Army With Beard, Turban  Link1 month ago Gurdit Singh, a Sikh postal worker at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., won the right to wear a turban and long tied beard in view of theme park visitors.  TickerTech.com3 weeks ago

Spiritual Books to Salvage Sikh Prisoners in UK

CHANDIGARH: To inculcate values and morals in Sikh prisoners lodged in different jails in the United Kingdom, the Guru Granth Sahib World University, in Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab, will be sending books on Sikh history, biographies of Sikh gurus and ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago SGGSWU to offer literature to Sikh prisoners in UK and Punjab jails  Sikh Siyasat Online4 weeks ago Punjab BJP pretends to be upset over jail transfers of Sikh political prisoners  Sikh Siyasat Online1 month ago

'Thatcher held one-sided view of Sikhs'

While blaming former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher of having a skewed view of Sikhs, the UK-based United Sikh has demanded to know the truth why the community members were portrayed as wicked and threatening.
 Times of India1 month ago

Sikh Union confront Sharks at City Park

After going down to United States International University of Africa (USIU-A) two weeks ago, Sikh Union Nairobi will be looking for a comeback when they take on Green Sharks in the Kenya Hockey Union (KHU) Premier League match at City Park Stadium. ...
 The Star (Kenya)1 month ago
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Sikh Turban Victory Against U.S. Army: UNITED SIKHS, ACLU Win Sikh Student's Right to Join ROTC with Beard, Long Hair, Turban

/PRNewswire/ -- On Friday, Federal Court ruled that a Sikh student must be allowed to enroll in the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) without shaving his beard, cutting his hair, or removing his turban. U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson ...
 A.M. Best1 month ago
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