Ghar Bachao Ghar Banao Andolan ~ Simpreet Singh
The urban poor in Mumbai play critical roles in providing services and subsidizing the cost of living. However, they have been the first ones to be sacrificed at the altar of development in this era of globalization.
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United Sikhs Initiates Community Outreach: Opens Guru Nanak Food Pantry
These central Sikh values and traditions have culminated into establishing the Guru Nanak Food Pantry which is run by local volunteers with the purpose of serving anyone in need.
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Sikh group gives 'selfless service' to feed Yuba-Sutter needy
Their T-shirt features Nike's signature swoosh transformed into a ladle.
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All Communities take part in Sewa Day 2012 - Leicester
Seva has been described as a concept which is “embedded in Indian traditions, and is actively promoted by different cultures and faiths - as the core belief is the same - to sacrifice your time and resources for the benefit of others without wanting anything in return”.
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Jassal Named Executive Director of ACT Foundation
ACT, Inc., has selected Parminder Jassal, Ph.D., to head the ACT Foundation as the founding executive director. Dr. Jassal will provide leadership and strategic vision to launch the Foundation with the objective of improving underserved students’ success in both education and the workplace.
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Guru Nanak Medical Centre Secunderabad to offer free out-patient treatment
Guru Nanak Medical Centre in 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 five years has taken another bold initiative of providing free treatment to all out patients as well as providing free medicine.
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What Went Wrong?
Let's agree what have we done to reflect ourselves in the community? Yet with the weakening economy people are going to portray us as aliens taking up their jobs. Little do they realize that diversity can be a strength. We all stand out; are most visible, yet we haven't done anything to portray ourselves.
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Children's Gurdwara Project ~ September 2012
To coincide with the London held Paralympics and the great ability humankind has in not giving up but making the best of what the Guru has granted, we based our Gurdwara session this month around the gift of the body.
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Call to Action for Sikh College Students - your help
The Interfaith Youth Core, in partnership with Groundswell, will be hosting a special conference call for Sikh American college students on Sept. 6th.
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First Amritdhari Sikh Canadian awarded Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal
During a special community ceremony at Windsor Ciociaro Club, Ontario Finance Minister and Deputy Premiere Hon. Dwight Duncan presented this award to Mr. Kandola.
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