A Stand Against Bigotry And Violence

By: Kamal Singh (Kalsi) Kamal S. Kals is an emergency room doctor and a U.S. Army officer who has served in the military for 16 years. He also serves as a member of Truman National Security Project’s Defense Council. The opinions expressed above are his alone.  When driving home last

Banana Farmers Innovate New Steps To Keep Struggling Farms Alive

By: Preetinder Singh (Grewal) Sikh banana farmers from Woolgoolga – Coffs Harbour area are fast transitioning into becoming successful greenhouse vegetable producers. The declining banana industry forced local farmers to look at other options including blueberry and ‘hot house’ vegetable production. The Sikh settlement in Woolgoolga – Coffs Harbour area is one of

French Tourists Stranded In Mumbai Floods Given Shelter By Gurdwara

“One of our worst experiences in India turned (out) to (be) one of our best and we learnt a lot from you,” read the thank you postcard, written by Arie and Sophie Boleswaski and their three daughters to Dadar Gurudwara. The French tourist family stuck in Mumbai floods on Tuesday

Naureen Kaur Representing US At the UN Human Rights Summit

By: Naureen Kaur I just came back from a week in New York City, and although I am still jet-lagged and recovering, I am truly still on cloud 9 with this whole experience. Many of you have been asking for me to share my experiences at the summit, and I

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