Lilly Singh Named ‘Next Generation of Leaders’ By Time Magazine

By: Cady Lang For proof of just how creatively Lilly Singh can make a point, look no further than “How to Make a Sandwich.” The five-minute YouTube clip at first seems to be a standard cooking tutorial, with Singh cheerfully offering advice from behind a kitchen counter. Except she’s talking directly to

Jagmeet Singh Wins NDP Leadership Race In Canada

Scoring a solid victory in the first round of voting for a new NDP leader, Jagmeet Singh wins NDP leadership to lead the New Democrats into the next federal election in Canada. Jagmeet Singh, the former deputy leader of the Ontario NDP, surprised no one by landing on top of the first ballot when the results

Congress Deserts Ludicrous Idea Of Installing Indira Gandhi Statue In Ludhiana

Mounting pressure from Sikh organisations and to avoid any confrontation in Punjab, the District Congress Committee has abandoned the insane move to install a statue of the Former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi at the Congress Bhawan. Earlier at a press conference in Chandigarh, Vijay Agnihotri, secretary, Punjab Youth Congress, had announced to install the statue

First Sikh Music Festival In Melbourne

On Wednesday, Oct 11, the press conference for the first ever Sikh music festival was held. The festival took place over three days from October 13th through October 15th at the Guru Nanak Satsang Sabha, Gurdwara in Blackburn. Press Conference Held on Oct 11th The Sikh Music Festival is a project created

Jama Masjid Mosque in Ludhiana Honors Khalsa Aid Volunteers

Presenting yet another example of communal harmony, the Jama Masjid of Ludhiana and a gurdwara came forward to donate money to Sikh organization Khalsa Aid earlier this month, so that the langar (community kitchen) service being run by Sikh volunteers for Rohingya refugees continues to take place at the Bangladesh-Myanmar border.

Paradise Canyon 3rd-grade Class Learns Of Sikhi

By: Sara Cardine Pradise Canyon Elementary students in Mickey Block’s third-grade class expanded their horizons Wednesday, when family members of classmate Gurdaas Singh paid a visit and led a turban-tying demonstration. Mom Bhupinder Kaur acquainted kids with the family’s Sikhism, a religion based on equality, honesty and sharing. The culture

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