Mussel byssus could lead to new ways to repair bones and tendons
By Richard Gray, Science Correspondent4:00PM BST 23 Jul 2013
Researchers claim to have unravelled the secret behind the strength of the fine filaments, known as byssus threads, which the shellfish use to secure themselves to...
Desperate Swamis come up against inspired Sikhs in league
Their campaign in tatters after two consecutive defeats, Swamibapa need to regroup quickly as they go into a must-win match against leaders Sikh Union in the Nairobi Provincial Cricket Association cricket league tomorrow.
Punjab Division will Lead to Disintegration of Pakistan - Nazeer Kahut - Bilatakalluf Ep83 - YouTube
Punjab Division will Lead to Disintegration of Pakistan – Nazeer Kahut
Will Tanya Rosenblit’s stand lead to the desegregation of ultra-Orthodox Jews in Jerusalem?
By Josh Mintz Dec.19, 2011 | 4:59 PM | 54
Rosenblit reminds me of Rosa Parks, who – together with Clifford Durr, Edgar Nixon and Jackie Robinson – led to the eventual racial desegregation of the...
The Sikh Coalition sent this release.
Harmeet Kaur is an active sevadaar who lives in Houston, TX. When she received the Sikh Coalition's request to find textbooks that mention Sikhs [ http://www.sikhcoalition.org/our-programs/education/throw-the-book-at-national-textbook-publishers/ ], she...
This is a small portion of passages from a series of ancient 6th century AD Chinese texts known as, "The Jesus Sutras".
The Christians were from Persia and belong to the Nestorian Church - Assyrian Church of the East. Scholars say that they took with them a variety of canonical and...
Punjab women lead the way in arming themselves
Tribune News Service
Amrik Kaur of Tarn Taran has three weapons in her name.
- Tribune photo
Chandigarh, September 1
Septuagenarian Amrik Kaur of Amarkot, a recipient of the Shaurya Chakra, a top civilian gallantry...
Mar 7, 2011
Indian men lead in sexual violence, worst on gender equality: Study
Neha Bhayana, TNN | Mar 7, 2011, 12.30am IST
NEW DELHI: Nearly one in four Indian men has committed sexual violence at some point in their lives and one in five has admittedly forced his wife or partner to...
NEW DELHI, India — Despite the booming information technology industry that has made it "the back office to the world," India still lags far behind nimble China in the race to provide universal internet access to its citizens.
But as prices for smart phones plunge and India's cost-slashing...
POLICE caught thieves stripping lead from a Sikh temple today.
Officers were called to Hillhouse Lane in Hillhouse shortly before 4.15am.
They arrived within minutes to see two suspects on the temple roof.
The pair, aged 15 and 17, tried to escape but were arrested at about 4.30am.
By NATALIE ANGIER
Published: January 31, 2011
Amid all the psychosocial caterwauling these days over the relative merits of tiger mothers and helicopter dads, allow me to make a pitch for the quietly dogged parenting style of the New Caledonian crow.
New Caledonian crows are renowned for...
Time To Lead, Dr Singh
Despite his noble intentions, Manmohan Singh is singularly failing to either manage the country well or to provide a vision for the nation's future. He may be a nice man but India needs an effective prime minister.
Harsh V. Pant
“Things fall apart; the...
They came to this country for better opportunities but found it inhospitable instead. It came in the form of severe bullying.
In fact, a local Sikh family thought about going back to India as their son was mercilessly bullied.
Sikhism is something unfamiliar to many in the West. A...
Young Sikh activists seek to lead popular Vancouver temple
Robert Matas – THE GOLBE AND MAIL Vancouver — From Friday's Globe and Mail
A new generation of activists in the Sikh community who have taken over leadership positions at temples in the Vancouver suburbs of Surrey and New...
Mumbai: Many underworld dons enjoy VIP treatment inside Mumbai's high-security Arthur Road Jail even though they have been charged with many heinous crimes.
Underworld don Abu Salem is an accused...
For Sikhi to Flourish,
Sardarnis Must Lead, Not Lag
by I.J. SINGH
A friend of mine recently got into some hot water. In fact, it was a bit hotter than hot.
A discussion had broken out on the Internet on how to interpret some coda in the Sikh Rehat Maryada (Code of Conduct)...
This is the eighth in a series of articles we have asked a wide variety of personages to pen in commemoration of the Tercentenary (1708-2008) of the investiture of Guru Granth Sahib as our eternal Guide and Teacher. As well, this piece is the second by Dr I.J. Singh in this series, as he...
Malaysian Sikhs help lead Myanmar aid charge
MALAYSIAN Sikhs are taking the lead among Asian NGOs in providing aid to cyclone-ravaged Myanmar. It is now hoped that other NGOs will follow suit and more aid will be channelled to the country before the...
Meditation can lead to greater compassion: study
Mar. 27 2008
CTV.ca News Staff
It seems that people can acquire the ability to feel emotions such as kindness and compassion, just...
Chandigarh, Dec 2 (IANS) The Haryana and Punjab governments Sunday allowed the screening of Madhuri Dixit's comeback film 'Aaja Nachle', but asked officials to ensure that the offending portion of its title song with alleged derogatory references to a community was deleted.