The Good Men of India ~ [Op-Ed]
In this context, it might appear odd to examine any other variant of the Indian male. But it is important to do so and to do so now. To bear witness to an alternate male reality that also pervades India on a daily basis.
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Akal Takhat directs Sikh Groups to file 1984 Genocide Petition with UN
On the 29th year of 1984 genocidal attacks on Sikh community, Sri Akal Takhat Sahib Jathedar Giani Gurbachan Singh issued a historic edict directing the Sikh groups to submit a “Genocide Petition” with the United Nations in Geneva on November 01, 2013.
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2013 Sikhnet Youth Film Festival Senior Winner!
Congragulations to 'Kaurizmaa of Kaur' Directed by Ravneet Kaur for tying for first place!
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Policing Village Moral Codes as Women Stream to India’s Cities
She always tells them: "You never know who might be watching." If word gets back to the village that a young woman has stepped across the village’s moral boundaries — ....
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Haveli Soojan Singh: The Disappearing Sikh Heritage of Rawalpindi
This is the voice of Rawalpindi – a city which has a lot to tell about its history and heritage -- but only to those who commit themselves to listening to the tales of this old city.
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Guru Nanak Medical Centre Secunderabad to offer affordable treatment and free supply of medicines to poor patients
Guru Nanak Medical Centre,Secunderabad a unit of Guru Nanak Charitable Trust which has been offering yeomen services to the economically poor and downtrodden sections of the society for last six years has taken another bold initiative of providing affordable treatment to all the patients.
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Celebrations for Birth Anniversary of 4th Sikh Guru must be Eco-Friendly: EcoSikh
He added, "There is no bigger tribute to the founding Guru of this Holy City, than to ensure a clean, green, sustainable city.
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The darkness doesn’t go away
Those were good times, and so a shabad was enough for a change of heart.
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A Distant Beat, A Different Drummer
Today, better than 90 percent of Sikhs exist in the country where the religion arose - India. The value system and the governmental structure differ from that of, say Great Britain, Canada and the United States, in major ways.
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Sikh rights violation case: US court issues summons to Manmohan Singh
New York-based rights group Sikhs For Justice has now secured summons from a federal court in Washington DC against Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for his alleged role in sanctioning big amounts as cash rewards for Punjab cops involved in the counter-insurgency operations the early 90s,...
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