BEIRUT: ISIS jihadists advanced for the first time Sunday into a military airport that is the last stronghold of the Syrian army in Raqqa province, an activist group said.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said fighters from the group had launched a fourth attack in six days on Tabqa...
The Air Force Academy is considering dropping the phrase “so help me God’ from its honor oath after the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) filed a complaint.
The Academy’s Honor Review Committee met Wednesday to review the oath in response to the MRFF complaint, said Public Affairs...
Revisiting the Air India tragedy from a Ghadar perspective
by Gurpreet Singh on Jun 23, 2013 at 2:24 pm
On the centenary of the Ghadar Party—which formed in North American to fight colonialism in British-controlled India—it's time to revisit the Air India to analyze political factors that...
In this series of questions the Sidhs ask about logical dependencies of beliefs and statements about life. They also ask how one could become wise.
Let us review the following,
Another dialog follows,
Essence of Guru Ji’s answers:
Guru ji state that fundamental to all is the...
Air India bomb maker, Inderjit Singh Reyat, loses appeal on perjury conviction
The Canadian Press - July 19, 2012
Inderjit Singh Reyat
DARRYL DYCK/THE CANADIAN PRESS Inderjit Singh Reyat, seen in this September 2010 file photo,
has lost his appeal on his perjury conviction. He is the...
by IJ SINGH
An established and respected scholar on religion, with an excellent track record of writings on Sikh teachings and practices, Professor Nikky Guninder Kaur Singh of Colby College in Maine, U.S.A., has recently attracted criticism - fireworks! - on the Internet.
Presumably, it is...
Air India Memorial:
Prime Minister Stephen Harper Unveils Montreal Monument
06/23/11 03:02 PM ET
Friends and relatives look at the names of victims
at a new memorial for Air India Flight 182 Thursday in Montreal.
(Ryan Remiorz/Canadian Press)
“Air is the Guru Water the father and Earth the great mother”
—Guru Granth Sahib
And now marble is king. Sikhism is the world’s youngest religion and perhaps the only one in which trees have contributed to spiritual evolution. More than 50 Sikh shrines across the country, and some in Pakistan...
ONCE the history of any war is diligently imbibed, certain actions and deeds of individuals get imprinted so firmly in memory that they resurface time and again, with the least provocation. So it was that the mere mention of a school child’s last name, a few days ago, brought to mind in a flash...
Read Our Revised Sikh Air Traveler's Guide
The Sikh Coalition Alert January 13, 2011
Press release by personal email.
Coalition Issues Revised Sikh Air Traveler's Guide for 2011; Secures Congressional Support for Civil Rights at Airports
January 13, 2011 (Washington, DC) - The...
This video is about a Senior Sec student of poor Sikh parents who has invented a car that runs on compressed air..initially started by a battery charge..then on air from a previously filled tank which is continuously refilled...
Air India Bomber Gets Nine Years For Perjury
THE TORONTO STAR - January 07, 2011
Inderjit Singh Reyat, the only man ever convicted in the Air India
bombings of 1985, waits outside B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver, B.C.,
on Friday September 10, 2010.
DARRYL DYCK/THE CANADIAN PRESS
The Indian Air Force on Monday said it was short of around 600 pilots and over 5,000 personnel below officer rank while maintaining that several steps were being taken to fill up the...
Compensations historically approach
$25,000, Air India families told
By Steven Chase and Robert Matas
From Friday's Globe and Mail -
October 22, 2010
Government opens discussions with relatives of bombing victims
The Harper government has opened discussions over compensation with...
A jury of nine women and three men was selected Tuesday to hear the perjury case against a key witness in the Air India bombing —and they were cautioned by the judge not to research the high-profile case.
After the 12 were selected from a pool of more than 150 potential jurors, B.C. Supreme...
John Major – On the Air India bombing,
Sikh extremism in B.C.,
and why airport security is still so lax
<SMALL>Jul 1, 2010 by macleans.ca</SMALL>
Photograph by Blair Gable
Four years ago, retired Supreme Court judge John Major was appointed by Prime Minister Stephen Harper to lead an...
PM issues apology to relatives of Air India victims
‘I will make no attempt to make any sense of it,’ Stephen Harper says in powerful speech
Toronto — Globe and Mail Update Published on Wednesday, Jun. 23, 2010 7:19PM EDT Last updated on Wednesday, Jun. 23, 2010 7:22PM...
Air India bombing heralded a new breed of terrorism
Focus shifted from attracting attention to maximizing civilian casualties
By Leonard Stern, Ottawa Citizen - June 22, 2010
The more we learn about the 1985 bombing of Air India Flight 182, the more the Canadian security...
Air India Flight 182 commission
report underplays racism
By Gurpreet Singh
The much-awaited Air India public inquiry report, which was released Thursday (June...