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    Opinion A Decade After 9/11

    A Decade after 9-11 Tejwant Singh Malik How time passes in a flash! It will have been 10 years on September 11th since the whole world was shaken on that dreadful day, which showed nothing but hatred, disdain and anger towards the innocent Americans of all hues, creeds and faiths. Why us...
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    Canada Punjabi Community Feels "Canucks Fever"

    Punjabi community feels 'Canucks fever' BY STEPHANIE LAW, VANCOUVER SUN JUNE 13, 2011 Prayers, a popular bhangra song and Punjabi-language hockey broadcasts have propelled the Sikh community fulltilt into the Vancouver Canucks' run for the Stanley Cup. "Canucks fever has taken...
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    Canada Dosanjh Says He Feels ‘suffocated’ In Feud With Sikh Group

    Liberal MP Ujjal Dosanjh, here to champion the rights of Roma being targeted for expulsion by President Nicolas Sarkozy, charms some Roma kids at a squatter camp on the outskirts of Paris. Photograph by: Peter O'Neil, Postmedia News PARIS — Liberal MP Ujjal Dosanjh, fresh from an 11-day...
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    Controversial Memorial For Bluestar Martyrs: SGPC Feels The Heat As Radicals Plan Protest

    Memorial for Bluestar martyrs: SGPC feels the heat as radicals plan protest Memorial for Bluestar martyrs: SGPC feels the heat as radicals plan protest The issue of a “fitting” memorial for those who died during the Operation Bluestar is back to haunt the politics in Punjab. While...
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    Sikh News Sikh Feels Felled By Insensitivity

    A former Brampton federal Conservative election candidate said he felt pressured by party brass to resign last month. Parvinder Singh, who was the Conservative Party of Canada’s nominated election candidate in Bramalea-Gore-Malton, said he was forced to step down by a political hierarchy...
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    1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom She Still Feels The Void Left By Father’s Death

    She Still Feels the Void Left by Father’s Death Nirpreet Kaur, who lost her father during the 1984 riots in Delhi NEW DELHI: From losing her home and father to joining the Khalistan movement in Punjab, from being jailed and picking up the threads of her life to becoming a garment businesswoman...
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    Sikh News Sikh Extremism Resurges, Canada Feels The Heat (IBN Via Yahoo! India News)

    While the government is quick to assert that no one will be allowed to mess with peace in the state, lines dividing terrorists and the rich cultural heritage of the Sikhs have been blurred More...
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    Sikh News Sikh Extremism Resurges, Canada Feels The Heat (IBN Live)

    From Canada to Punjab, 2007 has seen a revival of Sikh extremism. More...
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    Sikh News Sikh Community Feels Targeted At Airports (KGO-TV Bay Area)

    America's Sikh community wants another meeting with the Justice Department over a controversial new airport search policy. The Sikhs say they're being targeted for intrusive searches because they wear turbans. More...
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    Farmer Feels Connected To Stewart's Tragic Fate (AberdeenNews.com)

    MINA, S.D. - Jon Hoffman recalls watching on television as Payne Stewart drained an epic 15-foot par putt to win the 1999 U.S. Open - the last time the tournament was played at Pinehurst No. 2 in North Carolina before returning this week...
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    Tell Me What God Feels Like ?

    SOON AFTER HER BROTHER WAS BORN , LITTLE sACHI BEGAN TO ASK HER PARENTS TO LEAVE HER ALONE WITH THE NEW BABY. THEY WORRIED THAT LKE MOST FOUR-YEAR-OLDS, SHE MIGHT FEEL JEALOUS AND WANT TO HIT OR SHAKE HIM, SO THEY SAID NO. BUT SHE SHOWED NO SIGNS OF JEALOUS. SHE TREATED THE BABY WITH KINDNESS...
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