Avtar honoured at World Sikh Awards - International Hockey
Former national Hockey player, coach and umpire Avtar Singh Sohal was honoured at the fourth World Sikh Awards last Saturday, November 9 in London. The sport award recognized Avtar's contribution as a coach and player. Avtar, 75, affectionately known as'Tari' boasts of six Olympic Games appearances, a veteran who has been involved in hockey all his life. Read More - http://goo.gl/dB7vUU
Wishing all the Sikh Drivers / Navigators, Crews , Service crew and Volunteers a safe and enjoyable Classic – 21-29 Nov
Car 19 Onkar Rai / Baldev Chager / Porsche 911
Car 23 Aziz Tejpar / Andy Nagi Ford Escort Mark 1
Car 29 Manvir Baryan / Jaswinder Chana Porsche 911
Car 34 Nick Mason / Harpal Sudle Datsun 240Z
Car 38 Rommy Bamrah / Harvey Jutley Datsun 260Z
Car 39 Kulwinder Sandhu / Raja Sehmi Datsun 710
Katha at South C Gurdwara daily this week
Professor Sarabjeet Singh Dhunda every day from 7:15-8:15pm, until 18th November.
Prakash Divas Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji - Akhand Path Sewa is on and Bhog will be at 5:30am on Sunday.
South Africa News: Sikh student in South Africa tops in Afrikaans language.
While most Indian-South African students shy away from Afrikaans, 13-year-old Angad Singh Sena's mastery over the language has won him national accolades in just two years since he arrived from India.
When Angad Singh arrived in Pretoria in 2011 with his father Tejinder Singh and teacher mother Amarjeet Kaur, he opted for Afrikaans, rather than Zulu, as a second compulsory language at Theresa Park Primary School.
His father was on a three-year contract, working as an engineer for a Tata company."With Zulu, I was quite confused when we were shown the options I had, so the same day I told my Dad that I would do Afrikaans and make a success of it, even though I only first learnt it in my last year at primary school..Read More- http://goo.gl/0PKGUf
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