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India condemns assault on Sikh student in Canada

The Consulate General of India in Vancouver has strongly condemned the assault on a Sikh student in Canada’s British Columbia province and called for prompt action against perpetrators.

Sri Guru Arjan Dev ji: The martyred saint

The foundation stone of the new religion, based on equality and ‘seva’ was laid down by Guru Nanak, whilst it was consolidated by his three successors. Nonetheless, Guru Arjan took up the task of putting it on a solid footing by setting out to build Haminder Sahib at the very spot where his father had constructed the clay tank of ‘Amrit’ and also set up the town Amritsar around it.

Preserving the Past: Examining the truth behind the Sikh reference library saga

The recent revelations emerging from the Punjab and Haryana High Court, prompted by a writ petition filed by the Shiromani Committee, have cast a revealing light on the precious assets of the Sikh Reference Library.

Sikh Marine successfully completes basic training after challenging grooming rules

In a historic moment of triumph, a Sikh individual who defied Marine grooming norms has emerged victorious by graduating from boot camp. Pvt. 1st Class Jaskirat Singh, adorned in a distinctive white turban, stood tall among his fellow Marines in San Diego’s U.S. Marine Recruit Depot, celebrating the culmination of their rigorous training.

Sikh store owner shows courage and compassion in robbery incident

In a display of courage and self-defense, the Sikh owner of a 7-Eleven store in California, along with an employee, successfully thwarted a robbery attempt.

People Power Prevails: Volunteers unite to mend breach sites in Punjab

In a remarkable display of unity and resilience, thousands of volunteers worked tirelessly for 18 days to mend the breached Gatta Mundi Kasu bundh on the Sutlej river in Jalandhar.

Bloom Report: Distorted lens or necessary reflection on extremism?

Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, in October 2019, had appointed Colin Bloom as an Independent Faith Engagement Adviser to provide recommendations on how government should engage with faith groups in England.

The urgent need to address anti-Sikh sentiment in North America

The Sikh community has faced discrimination in various parts of the world, including in the United States and Canada. A recent report titled “Go Home, Terrorist!” reveals the bullying and harassment of Sikh American school children in the U.S.

US-based Sikh businessman praises Modi for putting India on world map

Darshan Singh Dhaliwal, a non-resident Indian Sikh businessman,  who recently met Narendra Modi at the State Dinner hosted by US President Joe Biden at the White House, said he praised the  Indian PM for putting the nation on the world map.

Beyond Operation Blue Star: The Sikh community’s resilient rise

Operation Blue Star, one of the darkest episodes in India’s history, reverberates even after four decades.

Forgotten sisters: The marginalization of Sikh women in Pakistan

As we mark the seventy-fifth anniversary of the 1947 partition, it is essential to reflect on the horrors that accompanied the violent separation of the subcontinent.

Changing role of women in the Sikh community

The Sikh community has long upheld equality and liberation for all people, regardless of gender, caste, or social identity.

Navjot Sawhney: The inventive humanitarian changing lives one spin at a time

Beneath the iconic spires of London’s Downing Street, an extraordinary gathering took place.

World Sikh Chamber of Commerce celebrates opening of new chapter in Amritsar

Amritsar: The  World Sikh Chamber of Commerce (WSCC) recently hosted the opening of its new chapter in Amritsar city, media reports said.

Australia: Pro-Khalistan supporters attack Indians carrying Tricolour, 5 hurt

Melbourne: At least five persons were hurt as pro-Khalistan supporters allegedly attacked Indians, who were carrying Tricolour in their hands, in Melbourne city of Australia on Sunday.