Scouter Kavneet Singh Helps Teach Scouts About Sikhi

By: Mark Ray Kavneet Singh (Pannu) knows children learn better by example than by being lectured, so when his sons, Karanveer and Sherveer (photographed with their dad, above), joined Cub Scouting, he signed on as a den dad. He later followed them into Boy Scouting, serving as an assistant Scoutmaster

For Sikh Canadians, Ontario’s Genocide Motion Was Courageous And Unifying

By: Amneet Singh (Bali) Earlier this month, in a historic move demonstrating commitment to democracy and human rights, the Ontario Legislature passed a motion to recognize the 1984 anti-Sikh violence as genocide. The term genocide is politically charged and because of this it is rarely used. But, in this instance,

Exclusive: Sikh Girl Abducted and Forcibly Converted to Islam in Pakistan

By: Taha Siddiqui The girl’s father claims the police initially didn’t lodge a criminal case. But the suspect has now been arrested, reports Taha Siddiqui In the remote village of Ghorghasht in Buner District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, Priya Rani, a 17-year-old Sikh girl was on her way to school

Sikh Group Calls On Sikhs To Defend Africans In India Following Racist Attacks

Call To Action: Calling All Sikhs To Defend Africans In India Sikh political organisation Dal Khalsa UK have spoken out against a racist attack against African students in India and called for India’s Sikhs to help protect “African brothers and sisters”. The attack which took place last week in the

Australia’s First Female Turbaned Fashion Blogger

By: Leigh Campbell All the cons aside, if social media has done anything positive for the modelling industry it’s the light it shines on different body shapes, skin colors and cultures. Fashion and religion may not seem to gel very well for many. Though Australian woman Karan Kaur believes there’s yet to

Urban Institute Selects Manmeet Kaur for the Janice Nittoli Fellowship

The one-year fellowship pairs practitioners with Urban researchers to answer questions about inequality and advance evidence-based solutions WASHINGTON, DC – The Urban Institute has selected Manmeet Kaur, executive director and founder of the Harlem-based community health organization City Health Works, for the inaugural Janice Nittoli Practitioner Fellowship. Funded by the

Midwest Sikh Community Hosts Honorary Dinner For Pal Singh Purewal

By: Suresh Bodiwala Chicago IL: Midwest witnessed a historic evening when Sardar Pal Singh (Purewal) addressed the audience speaking about the Nanakshahi calendar he had designed. The event took place at Ashyana Banquets, 75th Street Downers Grove, IL and was organized by Mr. Amardev Singh (Bandesha) and Mr Sarwan Singh,

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