In order to raise awareness and teach CPR, the 'Khalsa Save A Life Campaign' was started by a group of doctors and non-medical professions from the West Midlands, UK. The 'Khalsa Save a Life Campaign' is part of the Institute of Medical excellence (I.M.E).
Dr. Rajwant Singh, SHDF's Outreach Director, said, ".... This is the largest single grant money given by the diaspora community to needy but bright students who have the keen desire to rise and lift their families out of poverty."
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.
“Seva is only half done if we leave garbage behind processions, kirtan samagams or jagratas (religious prayer programmes), langars (free festival food) and chhabeels. We must take responsibility to clean up after religious, personal or public events,” said EcoAmritsar Chairman, Gunbir Singh.
We don't really know where this story comes from - Indian, Chinese, Greek or some other people with a rich trove of traditional lore and mythology of humanity but the moral remains universal. And it is just as good today as it ever was.
As per our chronicles companion of Guru Nanak Mardana felt hungry. He requested the Guru for some food. Guru Nanak asked him to climb the tree and eat its fruit. Mardana never questioned Guru's instructions...
When I was recently asked to give a presentation at the University of Toronto on Sikh women, I instantly knew I should return that honour by presenting on the realities and challenges of the great Sikh women of our past, present and future.
“We continue to shed tears across the country in the wake of this violence and we pray for the victims, their families and those impacted by this tragedy,” said the Sikh Coalition’s Executive Director, Sapreet Kaur.