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Sikh scholar Gurbhagat Singh passes away

Patiala, Punjab: Renowned Sikh scholar Dr Gurbhagat Singh passed away in the wee hours today morning in Delhi. He had suffered a stroke about a fortnight back and was undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Patiala from where he was shifted to Delhi. Dr Gurbhagat Singh, former Head of the English Department of Punjabi University, had written over 12 books ...

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Sikh researcher Owen Cole passes away

UK: For many students and teachers, the name of my friend and colleague Owen Cole, who has died aged 82, is synonymous with the study of Sikhism. He was a pioneering educationist, staunchly committed to the transformation of religious education from instruction primarily in Christianity to a subject that would develop an understanding and appreciation of world faiths. Owen was ...

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Sikh scholar speaks of Guru’s peace message at Vatican

New Delhi: Sikh scholar Mohinder Singh took Guru Nanak’s message of peaceful co-existence to the world stage last week. The occasion was International Prayer for Peace, a two-day congregation of representatives of different faiths to appeal for reconciliation in Syria. Attended by 350 delegates, it was hosted by the Community of Sant’Egidio and officially supported by the Head of the ...

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