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Sikhs in Singapore

Deputy Prime Minister Of Singapore ‘Praises’ The Role Of Sikhs

In an act of recognising the role of the Sikhs in building the country, the deputy Prime Minister of Singapore Tharman Shanmugaratnam has praised Sikhs

Sikh Referee Victim Of Online Racial Abuse Calls For Unity

Sukhbir Singh a 33 years old Sikh referee has called for unity within the football community after suffreing series of online racial abuse following a

Singaporean Sikh Referee Subjected To Racial Abuse On Social Networking Site

As per the media reports a 33 years old ingaporean Sikh referee was allegedly subjected to racial abuse on the social media after a football match here

Special Talk About Bhai Maharaj Singh at Harbor Point, Singapore | Journalist Surinder Singh (Talking Punjab) with Bhai Ajmer Singh

A special talk by journalist Surinder Singh (Talking Punjab) with Sikh political analyst and author Bhai Ajmer Singh is released by the Global Punjab channel.

Sikhs in Singapore to Celebrate 350th B’Day Of Guru Gobind Singh Ji

The Sikh Community in Singapore is going to organize a four-day festival to mark the 350th birthday of Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

Artefacts of Sikh saint-soldier Bhai Maharaj Singh on display in Singapore Gurdwara

A two-day exhibition was put up at a gurdwara in Singapore on Saturday to display the artefacts belonging to a Sikh saint-soldier.

Sikh awarded for volunteer service in Singapore

Singapore (February 25, 2014): An 82-year-old Sikh has been honoured for his outstanding volunteer service in Singapore. On February 21, Surjan Singh received the Ministry of Social and Family Development Volunteers Awards for helping some 60 boys, mostly involved in petty crimes such as theft.