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Over 50 Gurdwaras to meet in Washington to shape Sikh Image in America

Washington, USA: As per information over 50 Gurdwaras are gathering for a meeting in Washington to chart a grassroots strategy that will raise the profile of Sikhs in America. Newly formed National Sikh Campaign (NSC) is holding this meeting of Gurdwara leaders from across United States to engage in the largest effort to change the perception of the community. Gurdwara leaders ...

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Love thyself, says bearded Sikh woman via photos

London, UK: Appearing in a photography exhibition celebrating the world’s best facial hair, a British Sikh woman, who has grown a beard for seven years, seeks to convey a public message to love oneself. Harnaam Kaur, 23, from Berkshire county has been growing a beard since she turned 16 after being diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome, a condition that causes excess ...

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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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Global Sikh information centre likely to be set up

New Delhi: The Sikh community should open an international centre to inform the world of its heritage. It was decided at a function–Global Sikh Religion 2050–organised today by the Kesh Sambhal Society, an NGO headed by S.J.S. Pal, a retired Income Tax Commissioner. Speaking on the occasion, Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) president Manjit Singh (GK) said that disseminating information ...

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Congress dares Jaitley to open debate

Amritsar, Punjab: Daring BJP candidate from Amritsar Arun Jaitley to a public debate on sensitive political issues, the Congress today said the prestigious Lok Sabha seat, that was also the religious capital of the Sikhs, was not the “fiefdom of the Badals which they can pass on to an outsider who has no concern for the issues related to the state”. ...

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