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Forgive & Forget – Why the Sikhs remember the 1984? [Letter to the Editor]

Forgive yes, if one sincerely seeks pardon after first acknowledging the blunder, mistake or crime that was done. Forget No, Never. Why?

Spain Imposes Military Rule In Catalonia To Preempt Independence Bid

The Spanish Senate formally voted 214-47 on Friday to authorize the implementation of Article 155 of the Spanish Constitution, suspending parliamentary rule in Catalonia.

Spain Annuls Catalan Self-Government, Prepares Military Rule From Madrid

On Saturday, three weeks after the savage police crackdown on the October 1 Catalan independence referendum, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy formally announced the invocation of Article 155 of the Spanish Constitution to strip Catalonia’s regional government of its powers.

Give Prominence to Punjabi on Mile-stones or Face Legal Action, Welfare Society to PWD

Use of Hindi (Devanagari) and English script on milestones along the newly built National Highway-54 has stirred a controversy unidentified persons have defaced these at certain places.

Canada: Jagmeet Singh Wins New Democratic Party (NDP) Leadership

Leadership hopeful, Sardar Jagmeet Singh wins the seemingly impossible race hands down, with 53.8% votes in the first round, thus creating a historic moment in the history of the NDP (New Democratic Party) of Canada.

Rohingya Muslims crisis: ‘Guru ka langar’ begins at Bangladesh-Myanmar border

Three days after Sikh volunteers from Khalsa Aid (India) arrived in Bangladesh-Myanmar border to begin relief work for Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar, they finally got the go ahead from the Bangladesh government to start the Guru ka langar (community kitchen preparing and serving fresh hot meals) on Thursday.

Park Named After Human Rights Martyr Jaswant Singh Khalra in Fresno (California) USA

A Park was recently named After Human Rights Martyr Jaswant Singh Khalra in Fresno (California) United States of America (USA).

Ludhiana to Host Prayer to Admit and Seek Pardon for Sin During 1947 Partition

Those who were killed and those who killed were our own, as Punjabis turned their backs on their philosophy of togetherness for the first time in August 1947.

OP-ED: SGPC’s arbitrary decisions to appoint Jathedar’s – Its Time to challenge the unchallenged

Crisis within Panth won’t end by appointing new Jathedar’s unilaterally. Instead of rushing to appoint new Jathedar's arbitrary, the SGPC must build consensus, show transparency and evolve code of conduct to select a person for Akal Takht Sahib.

The Black Prince: Review by A Sikh Student

As I watched The Black Prince movie, I realized that it was not a mainstream stereotypical movie with the emotional hypes, action, drama or suspense but this movie has a direct access to your inner self.

India’s Mob Lynchings Provoke International Wave of Protests

From California to Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh to New York, groups impacted by a rising tide of mob lynchings of minorities in India are taking to the streets to protest.

Filmmaker Terrorized for Exposing Caste Slavery in Tamil Nadu; Divya Bharathi faces death threats, criminal charges for documentary

Madurai, Tamil Nadu (OFMI): After releasing a documentary exposing in vivid detail the daily lives of manual scavengers in Tamil Nadu, 26-year-old filmmaker Divya Bharathi ...

Sikhism And Brahminism – by Prof. Puran Singh

The Sikh Gurus swept clean the disciples' consciousness of all the entangled flimsy and complex cobwebs of mental weavings and spiritualistic vanities of the great and the vainglorious Sanskritic Scholar.

Oak Creek’s Resilience Inspires A Nation Five Years Later

Five years ago today, a neo-Nazi gunman took the lives of six Sikh Americans and permanently injured several more at a gurdwara in Oak Creek, Wisconsin.

The Light From The Black Prince – Review by Manjit Singh (Ottawa)

Just came back from the theatre after watching The Black Prince Movie and cannot hold any longer the flood of thoughts that are emerging after witnessing the screening of the best realistic movie of 2017.

The Black Prince Movie Garners Worldwide Appreciation [Bollywood Hungama]

The much anticipated historical film The Black Prince released on Friday July 21, 2017. The film has garnered appreciation worldwide.

Inspiration Behind “The Black Prince” [Op-Ed]

For far too long Sikhs have complained that our history has been distorted and misrepresented by the British. The period of our history relating to the Sikh Raj, its fall and the life and times of Duleep Singh is perhaps one of the foremost examples of this.

Yoga Practices (author: Prof. Puran Singh)

Yoga practices have been emphasised by the Brahminical system of religious thought and particularly those curious physiological mental processes known as Hath Yoga in one form or another, for attaining to that ineffable peace of Upanishadic wisdom.

The Dragon is Daring Now

The purposely freezed relations between Indian and Chinese authorities are starting to melt. Not only these mutual relations are melting but these are turning from bad to worse.

Sikh high school student demolishes Gandhi myth, wins US oratory tournament

Valley High School junior JJ Kapur was named the 2017 Original Oratory Champion at the Tournament of Champions, said to be the most prestigious high school speech and debate competition in the US.

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