Kiwi ingenuity to the fore in beach cleanup
Hundreds of volunteers crawled on their hands and knees in the sand yesterday, collecting bags of oily mess as they went. More than 5000 people have volunteered to help so far. About 620 tonnes of oily sandy waste have been recovered, with more oil washing up in Mt Maunganui on Saturday night.
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Strategic Vision to Educate, Enshrine and Empower Rural North India
Tucked away in the remote corner of a far-flung region of Himachal Pradesh, nestled in the lap of the mighty Himalayas stands this unique institution that is toiling un-noticed and coming closer to its dream of showing the world “The way to permanent peace”.
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Kalonzo flags off Sikh community food aid
Mr Musyoka said the country is planning to make the annual and vicious cycle of famine a thing of the past by revolutionizing agricultural production through irrigation.
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One Poor Woman Who Feeds Thousands
"This shouldn't have to exist," Barrientos told IPS at the Los Piletones soup kitchen, which she runs. "What there should be is decent work, so that every man and woman could go out and earn a living. But until that is possible, we'll have to keep this going".
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One Year On – United Sikhs Distributes Rice to Pakistan’s Flood Victims of 2010
“We are thankful to United Sikhs and the Bangkok Sikh Community who remembered Pakistani brothers during these trying times and friendly gestures would never be forgotten... and we hope that community will further support flood victims in this in such dire conditions...”
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Life and moments of Baba Ran Singh Ji of Tarna Dal, Baba Bakala
He is very attentive, bundle of energy, spontaneous and witty. He is always willing to talk about the Gurbani and sincerely, he knows it by heart. The Shabads just flows from him and he usually recites after a deep thought and contemplation.
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Visit of Baba Iqbal Singh Ji of Baru Sahib to USA
To follow the path of spirituality, there are two essentials that the Almighty has created for us. The first is the earth, which is called Dharamsala, a place where good actions and deeds are performed; and the second is the physical body that performs these actions.
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United Sikhs Delivers Turbans and Prayer Books to Sikh Detainees
"The United Sikhs visit to the Port Isabel Detention Center was a blessing to both the detainees and staff members of the detention center. Your visit let the detainees know that they are valued and respected and not alone, thank you so very much. Additional thanks for providing religious items to help them practice their religion. Wearing and using the items not only provides them with a connection to the divine, but also reminds them of their connection to the greater Sikh community.
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Sikh charity helps St Nick’s rise from ashes
“People often look to the differences between religious groups for ways to set them apart, but this generous donation demonstrates that there are more similarities than differences, and that those involved are always looking for ways to help the local community.”
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Jujhar's Birmingham to London Cycle for WellChild
I will be doing the 120 mile trip to raise money for for WellChild. WellChild is the national charity for sick children. Please give from your hearts, any support you give will be appreciated by me and many sick children throughout the UK. The Universe will reward your kindness.
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