Statue or no Statue, the cat is out of the bag as far as Gandhi is concerned: Sikh Federation UK


London, United Kingdom: Earlier this week William Hague, the Foreign Secretary and George Osborne, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, visiting India announced a statue of Mahatma Gandhi would be erected in Parliament Square next year. The Sikh Federation (UK) condemned the cynical move and also highlighted a dark side of Gandhi that is all too often deliberately and conveniently ignored ...

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BBC study: Sikhs are most generous than other communities


London, UK:  A recent BBC study has found that the Sikhs (followers of Sikhism) are the most generous people among other all religious people living in UK. The study based on giving charity to show a person generous, concluded that religion can make people more generous in their everyday lives. The study also suggests that the Sikh religion teaches its ...

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Sikh Temple mass shooting: Where have all the donations gone?

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OAK CREEK (WITI) — Close to two years after the mass shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in Oak Creek, questions are being raised about where all the donations have gone. After a gunman walked into the Oak Creek Sikh Temple, killing six people and wounding three others, donations poured in. Now, in the wake of another anniversary, one ...

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Sikh group can’t file amended rights complaint against Sonia: US court


New York, USA: A US court has denied a request made by a Sikh rights group to file an amended complaint against Congress party president Sonia Gandhi in connection with the 1984 Sikhs genocide case. Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) had written to US District Judge Brian Cogan requesting “leave to further amend the complaint” against Sonia was denied by the judge ...

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Khalsa School hearing taking place today


Khalsa Secondary School, in Hollybush Hill, Stoke Poges, has been based at Pioneer House since last September. An application to make this permanent was turned down by South Bucks District Council (SBDC) in January. The Department for Education (DfE) appealed against that decision, but this was rejected in May. Now principal inspector Ava Wood is set to hear the case ...

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