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    Canada Sikh Museum In Canada To Mark Komagata Maru Centennial

    Sikh museum in Canada to mark Komagata Maru centennial http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/sikh-museum-in-canada-to-mark-komagata-maru-centennial-114012500751_1.html A heritage museum in Canada has organised a year-long exhibition to commemorate 100 years of the 1914...
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    Canada Komagata Maru Passengers Remembered With Vancouver Monument

    Komagata Maru passengers remembered with Vancouver monument By Mike Hager, Vancouver Sun - July 23, 2012 7:24 PM The monument to the Komagata Maru was unveiled along the seawall near Convention Centre West in Vancouver, B.C., on July 23, 2012 Photograph by: Steve Bosch, PNG...
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    Canada Time To Apologize For Komagata Maru

    Time to Apologize for Komagata Maru Senator Mobina Japper - Huffington Post - 05/18/2012 5:03 pm May 23, 1914 was a shameful day in Canadian history. May 23, 1914 was the day that the Komagata Maru, a ship carrying 376 people of South Asian decent, sailed from Japan to the shores of...
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    Canada Komagata Maru Story To Be Told On-line

    The Komagata Maru incident, which played out in Vancouver’s harbour over two months in the summer of 1914, is one of the most infamous events in the early history of the city. Now, with financial backing from the federal government and input from leaders of the local Sikh community, Simon...
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    Arts/Society Deepa Mehta To Start Komagata Maru In 2013

    Deepa Mehta to start Komagata Maru in 2013 Indiantelevision.com Team (31 March 2011 5:30 pm) MUMBAI: Director Deepa Mehta will start shooting for Komagata Maru in 2013. The film is based on the Japanese ship hired by Malaysia-based wealthy Sikh Gurdit Singh to take 376 Indians from...
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    Heritage Komagata Maru Tragedy Remembered

    Komagata Maru tragedy remembered This article is part of community-wide centennial celebrations honouring the building of the National Historic Site Gur Sikh Temple (est. 1911). These centenary celebrations bring to the forefront the efforts of those first Sikh pioneers who helped to build our...
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    Canada Komagata Maru Memorial Approved For Vancouver

    By CBC News, cbc.ca, Updated: March 1, 2011 2:40 PM Komagata Maru memorial approved for Vancouver The Vancouver Park Board has approved a monument at Harbour Green Park in Coal Harbour that will commemorate a dark period in the city's history. The site is close to where a ship called...
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    Canada Komagata Maru Incident To Be Commemorated

    Komagata Maru incident to be commemorated By DENISE RYAN, Vancouver Sun - December 12, 2010 - 1:02 PM "VANCOUVER -- Proud members of Vancouver’s Sikh community gathered today at the Ross Street Temple to applaud the announcement that the federal government will provide funding for two...
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    India Sikhs Seek To Rename Indian Town Of Boj Boj After Komagata Maru

    Gurpreet Singh: Sikhs seek to rename Indian town of Boj Boj after Komagata Maru Gurpreet Singh Boj Boj Sikh community leader Sohan Singh Aitiana stands at the train station where Komagata Maru passengers were expected to board a train in 1914 bound for Punjab. Gurpreet Singh Former Boj...
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    Controversial Why Does Punjab Want Komagata Money, Ask Indians In Canada

    money, ask Indians in Canada The Punjab government's decision to seek $143 million from Canada for forcibly sending back 376 passengers - mostly Sikhs - of the Komagata Maru ship in 1914, has not found much favour in the Indo-Canadian community. [/COLOR The Komagata Maru was a...
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    Sikh News Komagata Maru Kin Want Amends

    http://www.canada.com/vancouversun/news/westcoastnews/story.html?id=bc5cdad1-2922-45e9-a828-d5e68baf500a&k=79405 Komagata Maru kin want amends Descendants of passengers on ill-fated ship call on Ottawa Kim BolanVancouver Sun Tuesday, May 23, 2006 VANCOUVER - Descendants of passengers aboard...
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