By: Gurinder Kaur Press-conference on the First International Sardarni & Sardar ji contest took place on July 9th at Swagat Restaurant in Thomastown, Melbourne. The unique pageant that’s not just a talent hunt but also a platform that promises it’s contestants global exposure, will be first of its kind happening
The Punjab University (Patiala) recalled the latest republished edition of the Sikh encyclopedia, Mahan Kosh this month. A recall was warranted due to the numerous mistakes and altercations in the republished edition which were noted by concerned scholars. Vice Chancellor of Punjabi University S.K. Sandhu said that a committee has been
Its official – Punjabi is the fastest growing language in Australia. The 2016 Census has revealed that Punjabi is the fastest growing language in Australia, showing an increase from 71229 people in 2011 to 132 496 people in 2016. Earlier, Punjabi was also the fastest growing language, showing a 207.5
NEW WESTMINSTER, Canada—The Honorable Madam Justice Palbinder Kaur (Shergill) Q.C. has been appointment as a judge of the Supreme Court of British Columbia in New Westminster. Justice Kaur is the first Sikh with the Sikh identity and further more the first female Sikh to be appointed to the judiciary in Canada.
Thirty-eight-year-old Tanmanjeet Singh (Dhesi) won from the Slough constituency in the UK general elections this month, becoming the first turbaned Sikh member of the British Parliament. “Slough is where it all began for me,” Singh said in a speech shortly after the win, “a town where I was born and raised.”