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    Heritage Shock And Awe: Sikh Martial Arts Wows Chinese Soldiers

    Shock and awe: Sikh martial arts wows Chinese soldiers Sutirtho Patranobis http://www.hindustantimes.com/world-news/shock-and-awe-sikh-martial-arts-wows-chinese-soldiers/article1-1150705.aspx The martial drill by Indian soldiers lasted for about 20 minutes but it was apparently enough...
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    SciTech Doctors Grow New Nose On Forehead Of Chinese Man, Xiaolian, To Replace One Lost In Car Accident

    In Aug. 2012, Xiaolian, 22, had his life changed dramatically. After a car accident left his nose infected and damaged, there was no hope of him ever looking the same again — that is until doctors in the Fuzhou, Fujian province of China decided to sculpt a new nose for him. The procedure...
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    Pacific Sikh Statues In A Chinese Cemetery

    Bukit Brown Cemetery (aka Kopi Sua or Coffee Hill) was officially set up as a public Chinese burial ground in Singapore on 1 January 1922. It is the biggest Chinese graveyard outside China. It is located between Lornie Road and Mount Pleasant Road, and off Sime Road and Kheam Hock Road, and is...
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    Pacific Chinese City Plans To Fine Unmarried Mothers

    CHINESE CITY PLANS TO FINE UNMARRIED MOTHERS BY LOUISE WATT ASSOCIATED PRESS Jun 3, 6:10 AM EDT BEIJING (AP) -- A Chinese city's plan to fine mothers who have a child out of wedlock has sparked criticism that the policy is discriminatory and could lead to an increase in abandoned...
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    A Lesson From The Chinese Bamboo Tree

    A Lesson From The Chinese Bamboo Tree You take a little seed, plant it, water it, and fertilize it for a whole year, and nothing happens. The second year you water it and fertilize it, and nothing happens. The third year you water it and fertilize it, and nothing happens. How discouraging...
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    Learn From India, Says Chinese Think-tank

    China is fast outpacing India in terms of national competitiveness, but needs to learn from India's legal system and protection of “vulnerable” groups, the country's top think-tank has said in a report. A report on “national competitiveness” released by the official Chinese Academy of Social...
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    India India To Verify Reports Of Chinese Presence In PoK, Says Govt

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/India-to-verify-reports-of-Chinese-presence-in-PoK-says-govt/articleshow/6461877.cms NEW DELHI: India is making "independent verification" of the reports of presence of Chinese troops in Gilgit-Baltistan region in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, saying it...
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    Buddhism Buddha Relics Enshrined At Chinese Temple

    Relics believed to be part of the skull of Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism, found three years ago, were enshrined on Saturday at the Qixia Temple in Jiangsu province in China. The relics were sent to the country from India by Emperor Ashoka and buried beneath a Chinese temple over...
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    Leisure Chinese Man Speaking Punjabi !

    This video, made by my friend Hargopal Singh, Malaysia wale ... makes kids (including "kids" my age = 27) WANT to speak Punjabi. It inspires you the right way, without being forceful and saying " you SHOULD learn , you MUST learn " which are statements that will get any little ego put-off...
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    Sikh News Chinese Made Idols Of Religious Leaders Annoy SGPC (ANI Via Yahoo! India News)

    Jalandhar, (Punjab), Aug 13 (ANI): The Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) has taken umbrage over Sikhs worshipping Chinese manufactured idols of Sikh Gurus. Chinese-made idols of Sikh Gurus have flooded toy shops across northern India. Sikhs don't practice idol-worship, and consider...
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    Sikh News Guru Nanak Looks Chinese In China-made Idols (The Times Of India)

    CHANDIGARH: After the Chinese-made kirpans (daggers) nearly wiped out local manufacturers of one of the five 'K's of Sikhism, it is the turn of Guru Nanak Dev's idols with 'Chinese characteristics' to flood shops across Punjab. More...
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    Sikh News Guru Nanak Looks Chinese In China-made Idols (The Times Of India)

    The figurines, which have been in the market in Punjab are available for Rs 100-150. The Sikh clergy have issued directions to refrain from buying these idols. More...
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    Sikh News Guru Nanak Looks Chinese In China-made Idols (The Times Of India)

    CHANDIGARH: After the Chinese-made kirpans (daggers) nearly wiped out local manufacturers of one of the five 'K's of Sikhism, it is the turn of Guru Nanak Dev's idols with 'Chinese characteristics' to flood shops across Punjab. More...
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    Sikh News Nanak Looks Chinese In China-made Idols (The Times Of India)

    CHANDIGARH: After the Chinese-made kirpans (daggers) nearly wiped out local manufacturers of one of the five 'K's of Sikhism, it is the turn of Guru Nanak Dev's idols with 'Chinese characteristics' to flood shops across Punjab. More...
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    Sikh News Nanak Looks Chinese In China-made Idols (The Times Of India)

    The figurines, which have been in the market in Punjab are available for Rs 100-150. The Sikh clergy have issued directions to the community to refrain from buying these idols. More...
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    Sikh News Disqualified Chinese 'Miss Universe' Lashes Out At Organisers (New Kerala)

    Disqualified Chinese 'Miss Universe' lashes out at organisers (New Kerala) http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/search/sikh/SIG=11v4914rh/*http%3A//www.newkerala.com/news2.php?action=fullnews&id=36023 Array Mon, 03 Apr 2006 09:53:50 GMT Beijing: The disqualified "winner" of the "Miss...
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    Chinese Defector Details Country's Espionage Agenda (The Christian Science Monitor Via Yahoo! News)

    According to Chen Yonglin, China's highest-profile defector in decades, the main task of the Chinese Consulate here is to spy on five so-called "poisonous groups" in the Australian community. Once a fortnight, he says, officials file reports about Free Tibet supporters, Taiwan independence...
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    Pacific Chinese Detainees In Australia Attempt Suicide (Reuters Via Yahoo! News)

    More than a dozen Chinese nationals detained in Australia for immigration violations slashed their wrists and body parts in attempted suicide on Saturday fearing they will be deported, refugee advocates said...
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    Heritage Lahore Museum Boasts New Sikh And Chinese Sections (Daily Times)

    LAHORE: The Lahore Museum will borrow artefacts from the Lahore Fort to display at its new Sikh section. The museum has also started a Chinese section ahead of the Chinese prime minister s visit to Pakistan...
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