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2015

  1. Admin Singh

    Festivals London Celebrates Colourful Sikh Festival Vaisakhi

    Jasvir Singh, Chairman of City Sikhs Network and Foundation, writes about the true meaning of the colorful Vaisakhi festival and explains how communities across London will be celebrating the special event. Vaisakhi is one of the most important dates in the Sikh calendar and it takes places on...
  2. Admin Singh

    UK Amandeep Singh Bhogal - First Indian-origin Sikh Politician To Contest Uk General Elections

    A 31-year-old Sikh politician will be the first Indian-origin candidate to contest in the UK General Elections from Northern Ireland on May 7. Amandeep Singh Bhogal, who was born in Jalandhar, is already making his mark on the campaign trail for the Conservative party in his trademark blue...
  3. Admin Singh

    Nature Sikh Environment Day On March 14

    AMRITSAR: Come March 14, Sikhs around the world would be taking pledge to protect environment and follow the principle of "Pawan Guru, Pani Pita, Mata Dharat Mahat" as enshrined in Gurbani aiming to create awareness about nature conservation. "It's our moral duty to protect mother nature from...
  4. Admin Singh

    First Ever Sikh Float - California Rose Parade 2015

    Every year on New Year's Day the Pasadena Rose Parade hits the streets to showcase the history and culture of Southern California and the country at large. This year, for the first time ever, the parade hosted a float that celebrated the important and little-known history of Sikhs in America --...
  5. spnadmin

    USA FBI May Not Begin Tracking Hate Crimes Against Sikhs Until 2015

    http://www.sikhnn.com/headlines/2379/fbi-may-not-begin-tracking-hate-crimes-against-sikhs-until-2015 By Anju Kaur, SikhNN staff writer, Washington Burea Reporting from Washington - The FBI has begun the process of considering changing its hate crime reporting system to track attacks...
  6. Archived_Member16

    India India's Poverty Will Fall From 51% To 22% By 2015: UN Report

    July 8, 2011 India's poverty will fall from 51% to 22% by 2015: UN report PTI - Jul 8, 2011, 07.58pm IST UNITED NATIONS/NEW DELHI: As many as 320 million people in India and China are expected to come out of extreme poverty in the next four years, while India's poverty rate is projected...
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