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Britain has honoured the contribution of thousands of Sikhs who laid down their lives fighting for the British Indian Army during both World Wars at an event here. The event at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in Berkshire, southwest of London,
Senior Obama administration officials led by Melissa Rogers, special assistant to the president and executive director, White House office of faith-based and neighbourhood partnerships, were at hand to greet the invitees to the event Wednesday. Among
More than 2,300 Sikh pilgrims have arrived in the city to perform rituals in connection with the 545th birth anniversary of Baba Guru Nanak in Nankana Sahib...The second batch of 104 Sikh pilgrims reached here on Saturday. The pilgrims spent a busy
A 31-year-old Greymouth man who abandoned an 11-month-old child next to a highway today apologised in court. Charanjit Singh, a Greymouth man of no fixed abode, admitted six charges including abandoning an 11-month-old child, driving while forbidden,
The high priests, instead, sought implementation of the Gurdwara Act. Jathedar Gurbachan Singh said there were no division between the Takhts on the issue of the Nanakshahi Calendar and it could be amended in consultation with experts if any change
I like everything, said Chanju, 34, of Santa Rosa, who was standing with his family along the road, not far from the Sikh temple in Yuba City. It's my religion, and I like being part of this with different people from different religious communities.
Students of Bhartiya Vidya Mandir, Udham Singh Nagar, made a model of a borewell rescue device at the model making competition at 'Inspire Camp, 2013' held by Department of Science and Technology at ISF College of Pharmacy, Moga. The model prepared
One of the highlights of the auction will be an early edition of the "History of the Sikhs" by Joseph Davy Cunningham which was published in 1853. It is considered the first extensive work on the Sikhs by a European, said a statement here Monday.
It took Bholla Javed months of hard work to complete a soil painting depicting the first Sikh master Guru Nanak Dev. The medium of art Bholla has used is primarily soil – clay — from Nankana Sahib, Guru Nanak’s birthplace, and
He was just trying to display his faith, but in return he was not allowed to ride the bus. "I go to class like this, walk through campus like this," UC Davis student Harsimran Singh said as he pointed to his turban and religious bracelet...Everyday,