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Mission Afghanistan Exhibition featuring The Dutch Sikh

Throughout many Afghan Sikhs living all over the world there is always one question in their head, and that is “How are Sikhs still living in Afghanistan coping with the ever changing system of Afghanistan?” Pritpal Singh was a man on a Mission when he decided to make the move of travelling back to his homeland to find the answer ...

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Cameron says colonial massacre in India ‘shameful’

New Delhi: British Prime Minister David Cameron visited the site of a colonial-era massacre in India on Wednesday, describing the episode as “deeply shameful” while stopping short of a public apology. On the last leg of a three-day trip aimed at forging deeper economic ties, Cameron took the bold decision to visit the city of Amritsar and tackle an enduring scar ...

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A Celebration of True Love

As Valentines Day is approaching and media around us are focusing all their attention on the merits of love and romance, the UK based charity organization Turiya wishes to highlight and mark one of the greatest love stories of all time – the story of Guru Gobind Singh and his disciple Bhai Nand Lal Goya. “Nothing, but the thought of ...

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Proud To Be A Sikh based on true life incidents

‘Proud to be a Sikh’ is an upcoming Punjabi movie by Satdeep Singh & Dr. Rupinder Singh, based on the life of a gursikh professor who comes to India with lots of aspirations and feelings for his heritage and culture, as he had to leave the country during 1984. But as soon as he enters the city he comes across ...

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Gurdwara gets nod for facelift

Grateful: Baldev Singh (second from right) and members of his committee thanking Mohamad for approving their request to use a parcel of government land adjacent to their premises for religious activities. SIKHS can now proceed with plans to renovate an 80-year-old gurdwarain Port Dickson following a move by the state government to gazette a plot of land adjacent to the current ...

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