Obama Reminds India About Oak Creek
Obama also said that around the world we have seen intolerance, violence and terror perpetrated by those who profess to be standing for upholding their faith "We have to guard against any efforts to divide us on sectarian lines or any other thing," he said.
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How to Setup a Gurdwara in Your Home
Learn how to set up your own gurdwara in your home. We will show how to organize the items you will need and how to create a respectful place in your home for the Siri Guru Granth Sahib.
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US Senator Responds to 1984 Sikh Genocide
Swarnjit Singh from Sikh Sewak Society International wrote a letter to United States Senator Christopher Murphy regarding the 1984 Sikh genocide and shortly after he received a response back
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3 Things I Never Expected to Learn From Yoga
As class began, I became hooked to the energy in the room, the graceful strength required to flow and hold poses, the way that my mind seemed to quiet even as my body was waking up.
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Free Sikh School Proves Good Ethos = Success
Leicester’s first free Sikh school has shown that a good ethos is the main ingredient in creating a successful learning environment.
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The Superhero Who Loves Elvis and Hates Bad Guys
Supreet Manchanda and Eileen Alden dreamt up this slick superhero as a way to combat the negative stereotypes about Sikhs that have been seeping into Western media. And with the help of artist Amit Tayal, Super Sikh is quickly becoming a reality.
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Rupi Kaur: The Poet Every Woman Needs to Read
Rupi Kaur's first book, Milk and Honey is the poetry collection every woman needs on her nightstand or coffee table. Accompanied by her own sketches, the beautifully honest poems read like the everyday, collective experiences of today's modern woman.
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Sikh Donors Fund Cataract Operations in India
The Sikh Welfare Society, based in High Road, Ilford, has donated about £120,000 over the past six years to set up eye-camps in rural Punjab and the group is due to fly over and give another £25,000 to pay for more operations.
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Jasjit Singh is Rutgers New Dean
“With Jasjit Ahluwalia’s exceptional experience, expertise, and energy, the Rutgers School of Public Health will build on its existing strengths and develop new areas of study and exploration, while fostering the growth of junior-level researchers,” he said.
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The War Horse Named ‘The Sikh’
The incredible story of a real-life 'War Horse' that dodged shellfire to deliver supplies to troops before walking back to the UK from Russia has been uncovered for the first time.
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