Indian Sikhs reach Pak to celebrate Nanak's birth anniversary
Lahore: Over 2,500 Indian Sikhs have arrived in Pakistan to celebrate the 546th birth anniversary of Baba Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism, at his birthplace Nankana Sahib near here in Punjab province.
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Ancient gurdwara closed since 1942 set for reopening
PESHAWAR: The district administration on Saturday patched up things between Sikhs and Muslims over a gurdwara dispute paving the way for the reopening of the place of worship closed since 1942.
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UK based Sikh Charity Wins 2015 Best in Care Award
BIRMINGHAM, UK—A Sikh charity, Sikh Arts & Cultural Association (SACA) attended the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham’s Best in Care Awards ceremony (held on the 12 November 2015) and won the ‘Charity Supporter of the Year award’.
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Los Angeles Clippers Host Second Annual Sikh Awareness Basketball Game
November 20, 2015: On Saturday, November 14, the Sikh Coalition and the Los Angeles Clippers hosted nearly 400 members of the California sangat for the pair’s second annual Sikh Awareness and Appreciation game.
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Sedition charges invoked against Sarbat Khalsa leaders
CHANDIGARH: The Punjab government on Friday invoked contentious sedition charges against leaders of radical outfits who had called the Sarbat Khalsa at Chabba village, near Amritsar, on November 10. Those booked include the three parallel Takht jathedars appointed by this congregation to replace Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee appointee head priests.
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Indian Media Plaster Extremism Accusations Against Sikhs in the UK
London—India again plays it’s age old game of using media to defame Sikhs and Sikh organisations, with a view to garnering support from the UK government in attempting to disrupt Sikh campaigns highlighting current atrocities in India. The Indian media has, in chorus, pasted numerous far fetched accusations against a number of Sikhs in the UK over the past few days.
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Sikhs get backing to serve in us military with beards, turbans
WASHINGTON A group of 27 retired military leaders have backed Sikh Americans' long standing demand to be allowed to serve in the US military while keeping their turbans and beards. Sikh Coalition, an advocacy group, plans to deliver a letter from the military leaders, including a retired three-star US Army general, to defence secretary Ashton Carter saying Sikh Americans should be given equal opportunity to serve. Read More - http://goo.gl/DEp6S3
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