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    Canada Canada Allows Sikh Kirpans In Its Embassies And Missions Abroad

    Eight years after the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that kirpans – the ceremonial daggers worn by those of the Sikh faith – could be safely brought into schools under certain conditions, they will now be allowed into all Canadian embassies and missions abroad. But not without some...
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    India Black Money: Indians Have Stashed Over $500bn In Banks Abroad, Says CBI

    Black money: Indians have stashed over $500bn in banks abroad, says CBI PTI | Feb 13, 2012, 02.29PM IST NEW DELHI: Indians are the largest depositors in banks abroad with an estimated 500 billion US dollars (nearly Rs 24.5 lakh crore) of illegal money stashed by them in tax havens, the...
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    Demand For Ragis On The Rise In India And Abroad

    The demand for professional ragis is increasing in India and abroad. This is helping hundreds of boys and girls from rural Punjab in making career in this field after procuring a professional degree. The Department of Gurmat Sangeet, Punjabi University, is helping them to strike the right chord...
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    Thousands Of Girls From Punjab Forced Into Prostitution Abroad

    Thousands of girls from Punjab forced into prostitution abroad   Punjab Newsline Network Saturday, 03 July 2010 JALANDHAR: Lambasting the Punjab government for their failure to curb the menace of human trafficking, President of Lok Bhalai Party, Balwant Singh Ramoowalia claimed that...
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    Being Abroad In India: India's Woman Problem

    Being Abroad in India: India's Woman Problem Alyssa Pinsker: Being Abroad in India: India's Woman Problem Since arriving in India one month ago, I have made many realizations and observations on the role of women. My first observation was that just as at the last Orthodox Jewish seder I...
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    Cong MLA Produces List Of Blacklisted Sikhs Living Abroad, Asks Govt To Act

    source: http://www.hindustantimes.com/rssfeed/punjab/Cong-MLA-produces-list-of-blacklisted-Sikhs-asks-govt-to-act/Article1-513699.aspx Cong MLA produces list of blacklisted Sikhs living abroad, asks govt to act PTI Saturday, February 27, 2010. Jalandhar: Producing a document containing...
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    Sikh News Punjab Assembly Speaker Gets Permission To Go Abroad (New Kerala)

    Rupnagar, Nov 14: A local court today granted permission to Punjab Assembly Speaker Nirmal Singh Kahlon to go abroad from November 20 to December 15. More...
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    1,800 Boys Killed, 52,000 In Jail Abroad: LBP

    source: http://www.outlookindia.com/pti_news.asp?gid=42&id=518610 1,800 boys killed, 52,000 in jail abroad: LBP Jalandhar, Nov 14 (PTI) :Around 1,800 Punjabi boys have been killed and over 52,000 are languishing in jails or holed up in jungles abroad, the Lok Bhalai Party claimed today...
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    Sikh News Punjab Wants MEA To Help Illegal Immigrants Abroad (IANS Via Yahoo! India News)

    Chandigarh, June 13 (IANS) The Punjab government Wednesday urged the ministry of external affairs (MEA) to help illegal immigrants in getting themselves regularised through amnesty schemes in other countries, where they often land up on the wrong side of the law in the craze to settle abroad...
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    General Help For Women Deserted Abroad

    The Tribune, Chandigarh, India - Main News Help for women deserted abroad Tribune News Service New Delhi, December 29 In a much-needed move, the Centre has prepared a scheme to provide counselling and legal services to Indian women deserted by their husbands in foreign countries. The...
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    Sikh News â€˜Every Sikh Living Abroad Wants To Visit Harmandar Sahib’ (Yahoo! India News)

    ‘Every Sikh living abroad wants to visit Harmandar Sahib’ (Yahoo! India News) http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/search/sikh/SIG=11hhqu80l/*http%3A//in.news.yahoo.com/060414/48/63jtb.html Array Fri, 14 Apr 2006 23:15:43 GMT ‘‘Every Sikh abroad has a wish to visit Harmandar Sahib...
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    Bharati-Sudarshan Meet Triggers Speculation (India Abroad)

    Bharatiya Janata Party leader and former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Uma Bharati met Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief K S Sudarshan in Nagpur on Thursday. http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/search/Hinduism/SIG=11l0dirrg/*http%3A//www.rediff.com/news/2005/jul/14bharati.htm
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    Sikh News Sikh Sues Restaurant And Five New York Men (India Abroad)

    A Sikh man who was beaten and left unconscious with multiple fractures outside a Queens restaurant last year has filed a lawsuit against the restaurant and the five men accused of attacking him...
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    Why London And Mumbai Are Unique (India Abroad)

    I was in London on September 11, 2001, watching with millions of others as the planes brought down the twin towers of the World Trade Center. That evening I met an old acquaintance in the British security establishment...
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    Sikh News Sikh Protestors Disrupt Wedding In UK (India Abroad)

    A Sikh couple had to abandon their wedding after a group of Sikh protesters stormed the hotel where the ceremony was being held alleging that they had shown disrespect towards their holy book, the police said on Monday...
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    Sikh News Indian Sikh Pilgrims In Pak For Religious Fest (India Abroad)

    Over 600 Indian Sikh pilgrims have arrived in Pakistan to attend a religious festival, government sources said on Thursday. The Sikhs arrived by special trains to Lahore, capital of Pakistan's Punjab province, on Wednesday and will stay in Pakistan for a week...
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    Hinduism The Disposession Of The Hindus (India Abroad)

    K omal Chheda is one among the hundreds devotees from Mumbai who had applied to go for the Kailash Manasarovar Yatra this year. He was told that his spouse who was accompanying him would be allotted the same batch...
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    Sikh News NY Congressman Recognises Sikh's Contribution (India Abroad)

    New York Congressman Joseph Crowley has proposed an amendment to the Defence Authorisation Bill in the House of Representatives to recognise the contribution of Sikh Americans to the war on terror...
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    Sikh News US Congress Fetes Yogi Bhajan (India Abroad)

    The passage of a unanimous resolution by American Congress last month honouring the late Yogi Bhajan, a popular Sikh religious leader in the United States, is being celebrated this week at Washington DC...
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    Sikh News 'I Have Lost A Great Friend And Associate' (India Abroad)

    Lt General Jagjit Singh Aurora, hero of the war for liberation of Bangladesh, died on Tuesday at the age of 89. Dr Mahip Singh, a former lecturer of Khalsa College and a well-known author, pays tributes to the hero. Singh has done a lot of research on Sikh history and also written several books...
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