The NCAA's 1st Sikh basketball player is memorialized at the Smithsonian. Not only is he an excellent athlete, fellow players say he is a true friend. Indeed, he is also an inspiration to Sikh youth. read more
Many could not previously imagine that in our lifetimes we would see billboards with bearded, turbaned Sikh men in New York City. British MensWear Style gives 'A LOOK AT THE RISE OF SIKHISM AND TURBANS IN MAINSTREAM FASHION'. read more
A recently discovered early 19th century Indian sword bearing on its blade a silhouette of Maharajah Ranjit Singh – the legendary ‘Lion of the Punjab’ – goes under the hammer on the 18th of this month in Ludlow, Shropshire (English Midlands). read more
We fight for our rights and our struggle is real. Will we fight for their rights, their struggle is just as real. Besides many decades of oppression, first nation people are now trying to stop the destruction of the environment. read more
3 day Seminar on interfaith. Since religion affects many social phenomena, therefore, attempts be made to develop the concept of co-existence of religions with an attitude of respecting each other's view points. read more
An amazing affordable auto that runs on air!
AIRPod is the culmination of MDI studies on pollution and urban mobility.
This concept will be the first to leave the production line in spring 2009. MDI will respond to an invitation to tender of the city of Paris, "Autolib'", and is already the subject of applications for various municipalities.
With small size, a tiny price, zero pollution, fun and futuristic design, AIRPod mark a turning point in the range of urban vehicles while renewing the idea of the automobile and transportation. You can drive with a joystick, it only costs one euro per 200 km and leaves no one indifferent in crept in traffic. read more
This film premiered on YouTube in 2008 and is a documentary about the farming problems in the Amritsar District of the Punjab, India. Made by Sada Sat Simran Singh Khalsa and Guru Das Kaur Khalsa, this film takes a look into the problems and solutions in the Agriculture Industry in India. read more
A Little Revolution - A Story of Suicides and Dreams, follows the remarkable journey of filmmaker Harpreet Kaur, who travels from the rural villages of Panjab to the capital of India with children of farmers, who've committed suicide. She confronts Sharad Pawar, the minister of agriculture, with the hope that he and his government will understand the effects of their policies and avail the opportunity to help these children.
Mother Earth has a profound intelligence of interdependence that weaves life together. When wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park in the United States after being absent nearly 70 years, the most remarkable "trophic cascade" occurred. read more