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    Bullying Is Everyone's Problem

    The Bay Area may have a reputation for tolerance, but a recent survey sponsored by the Sikh Coalition finds that, for their children, it isn't very welcoming. Last month's Bay Area Civil Rights report surveyed 1,300 Sikhs in the nine Bay Area counties, including 500 young people. Nearly...
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    Legal Torture Bill Is A Travesty (Editorial From The Hindu)

    If the Manmohan Singh government has its way, India will soon adopt a law against torture that will make a mockery of our obligations as a democracy, a civilised society, and a signatory to the United Nations Convention Against Torture (CAT). India signed CAT in 1997 and is meant to pass...
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    Canada Dosangh Speaks The Truth About Honour Killings (National Post Editorial)

    In April, Liberal MP Ujjal Dosanjh said Sikh extremism is on the rise in some parts of Canada, and blamed it on “politically correct” Canadians who let it happen. It sounded incredible to hear the words at the time, but then again his comments were tempered by the fact that he was beaten...
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    UK Hideously Diverse Britain: What Makes A Sikh Join The Far Right? (Editorial)

    Hideously diverse Britain: What makes a Sikh join the far right? It's hard not to raise an eyebrow . . . Because there is one born every minute, and remembering even numbskulls are free to do what they like, it is as well not to be too easily...
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    Christianity From South Asia To South Carolina (An Editorial)

    I'd be lying if I didn't admit that I'm as fascinated with Nikki Haley's biography as others are, though for entirely personal reasons. My family is Indian. I came to this country when I was 6, and posttraumatic stress turned my first-grade year into a vast black page. I spent my "formative...
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    World The World's Cup Runneth Over With Compassion (Editorial)

    The World's Cup runneth over with compassion By Peter Storey former Methodist bishop, South Africa Right now there is no happier or noisier place in the world than South Africa, with the smiles of all - black, white and brown - as wide as they were in 1994 when Nelson...
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    Islam Seeing The 'Other' As American: Moving Past Islamophobia (Editorial)

    Writers, philosophers, professors, and politicians have referred to the United States of America as "a nation founded by immigrants." This fact can hardly be refuted -- especially considering the existence of the term "Native American." America has dealt with the question and issues...
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    Opinion Lessons Not Learnt (Editorial)

    Lessons Not Learnt Lessons Not Learnt - Edit Page - Opinion - Home - The Times of India The facts speak for themselves. Twenty-six years after the country's worst industrial disaster in the Union Carbide plant in Bhopal, which killed around 4,000 people immediately and several thousands...
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    1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom Shame On You Michael Ignatieff! (Editorial)

    Michael Ignatieff Says Systemic And Organized Killings of Sikhs, Rape of Women In 1984 In New Delhi Is Not A Genocide! Shame on you Michael Ignatieff Michael Ignatieff Says Systemic And Organized Killings of Sikhs, Rape of Women In 1984 In New Delhi Is Not A Genocide! | Vancouver Media...
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    Canada Should The Government Withhold Funding From Overseas Aid Groups That Do Not Align With The Ruling Pa

    Should the government withhold funding from overseas aid groups that do not align with the ruling party's politics? Read more: Should the government withhold funding from overseas aid groups that do not align with the ruling party's politics? AJIT SINGH SAHOTA is a founding member of of...
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    Opinion None Like Manmohan (Editorial)

    This Above all None like Manmohan The Tribune - Magazine section - Saturday Extra KHUSHWANT SINGH Prime Minister’s first press conference in his second tenure of office has had a mixed reception from the media. The general trend of criticism is that the...
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    Opinion Forget Diaspora Politics, Invite Ujjal Dosanjh To Sikh Events (Editorial)

    Forget diaspora politics, invite Ujjal Dosanjh to Sikh events Forget diaspora politics, invite Ujjal Dosanjh to Sikh events By Mansoor Ladha, For The Calgary Herald Read more: Forget diaspora politics, invite Ujjal Dosanjh to Sikh events I admire Liberal MP Ujjal Dosanjh, who was also...
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    Opinion Religious Freedom (Dawn Editorial)

    Religious Freedom (Dawn Editorial) DAWN.COM | Editorial | Religious freedom This year’s report by the US Commission on International Religious Freedom, released on Thursday, puts Pakistan on the list of 13 “countries of particular concern” that are serious violators of religious...
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    Controversial Why The Canadian Mosaic Is In Crisis (Editorial)

    Why the Canadian mosaic is in crisis Why the Canadian mosaic is in crisis - thestar.com The recent violence at a Sikh temple in Brampton has resulted, inevitably, in a grand spate of hand-wringing and soul-searching about the status of Canada’s...
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    Opinion What Is Cooking In India Against Sikhs (Editorial)

    :. What is cooking in India against Sikhs? Kashmir Watch, April 17 Kashmir Watch :: In-depth coverage on Kashmir conflict By Afshain Afzal How India is playing with the...
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    SciTech Ministry Closes Its Eyes As Dhamra Port Violates Forest Conservation Act! (An Editorial By Greenpeac

    Ministry closes its eyes as Dhamra port violates Forest Conservation Act! (An Editorial by Greenpeace India) Tata can save the turtles It is now over 6 months since the Supreme Court issued notices to the Ministry of Environment and Forests and the state government of Orissa asking...
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    Controversial British Sikhs & British National Party (BNP) (an Editorial)

    British Sikhs & British National Party (BNP) (an editorial) The Sikh Times By Gurmukh Singh A British Sikh, Rajinder Singh, is likely to become the first member of the BNP. Joining a political party is a personal choice. However, it is important to understand that there is much...
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    Controversial Support For Activism Waning In The Punjabi Community? (an Editorial By Gurpreet Singh)

    Support for activism waning in the Punjabi community? South Asia Post Gurpreet Singh writes from Vancouver AS the 2010 Winter Olympic ends, the absence of the Punjabis at the anti Olympic rallies held in Vancouver throughout the event has left many wondering whether support for...
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    Controversial How Moderate Are The Moderates? (editorial By Gurpreet Singh)

    How moderate are the moderates? Gurpreet Singh writes from Vancouver http://www.southasiapost.org/<wbr>2010/20100228/canada.htm#2 AS the election of the Khalsa Deewan...
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    Islam View: A Time To Humanise Islam (an Editorial)

    view: A time to humanise Islam —Ishtiaq Ahmed Daily Times - Leading News Resource of Pakistan There is a screaming silence from the custodians of Islam — the ulema — on the execution of Jaspal Singh, probably because he was not a Muslim. The Muslim masses have not taken to the...
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