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  1. Inderjeet Kaur

    Canada India Banned The Caste System 60 Years Ago, But It Lives On For Many In Metro Vancouver

    BY CHERYL CHAN, THE PROVINCE OCTOBER 9, 2013 For most of her life, Kamlesh Ahir has been trying to escape the caste system that’s defined her from birth. She went to university, abandoned her religion, and, in 1994, left India for Canada, a new land offering a fresh start. Or so she...
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    Is Homosexuality / Transsexuality A Punishment Because Of Karma Of Previous Lives?

    I am 23 year old youth living in indian metropolitan city . By the time I was 13 , I started having crushes at same-sex people . I was kinda effeminate growing up . I never had any interest in sports like cricket , etc . Rather I liked to play with girls . Now , I find myself attracted only to...
  3. IJSingh

    Cat's Nine Lives By Dr. I. J. Singh

    This nugget of' old wives' tales hit home just weeks ago. I had ended up in a hospital emergency room on a really minor matter. The attending doctor ordered a scan of the belly. When the result came the doctor's face grew noticeably longer. Any and all talk of my going home was soon forgotten...
  4. Ambarsaria

    Guru Nanak Dev Ji Being Asked: Catch 22 Like, If Mind Lives On Air, What Does Air Depend Upon; Gain

    In this series of questions the Sidhs ask about logical dependencies of beliefs and statements about life. They also ask how one could become wise. Let us review the following, Another dialog follows, Essence of Guru Ji’s answers: Guru ji state that fundamental to all is the...
  5. findingmyway

    Sikh Youths Brighten Lives On A Gloomy Day In KL

    Article forwarded by Gyani Jarnail Singh ji. KUALA LUMPUR: Commuters and stall owners were pleasantly surprised as 50 young Sikhs helped spread a little warmth and friendliness, brightening up a rainy afternoon at KL Sentral. The youths gave out free carnations, delicious mini-cupcakes and...
  6. Archived_Member16

    India Queen Of Dalits Lives Lavishly: WikiLeaks

    September 6, 2011 Queen of Dalits lives lavishly: WikiLeaks By Matthias Williams, Reuters - September 6, 2011 A powerful Indian politician dubbed the Untouchables Queen once sent a jet to pick up her favourite brand of sandals, according to leaked U.S. diplomatic cables released by...
  7. spnadmin

    African American Women’s Lives: Krishna Kaur (formerly Thelma Oliver)

    Thelma Oliver was a dancer and actress who in the mid to late 1960s was making her mark on Broadway and on US film history in director Sidney Lumet’s film The Pawnbroker. Then she started studying yoga and became Krishna Kaur. This is her story. Oliver was born in Los Angeles, California in...
  8. spnadmin

    Pacific Changing Lives For The Better

    RASHMINDER Singh is living the great Australian dream. He has a fulfilling career as a nurse and his young family is living in the house he built two years ago in South Morang. His twin daughters are nearly two and, depending on the circumstances, he refers to them as “double trouble” or...
  9. spnadmin

    At 100 Fauja Singh, The Sikh Marathoner Lives To See His Biography

    At 100, Sikh marathoner lives to see his biography by Jaydeep Singh Chandigarh, June 12 (IANS) He is perhaps the oldest man to have lived to see his biography published. Hundred-plus Sikh marathoner Fauja Singh's biography 'Turbaned Tornado' is slated for London release next month. Fauja, who...
  10. spnadmin

    Heritage The Prince Lives On

    And the prince lives on Gargi Gupta / New Delhi June 04, 2011, 0:50 IST International auction houses are taking a shine to Sikh history Several interesting fragments of Sikh history went on sale this week at Mullock’s, an auction house in Shropshire, UK. The highlight of these was a 1911...
  11. spnadmin

    S Asia Afghan Women's Lives At Risk

    Afghan women still face imprisonment for so-called moral crimes such as adultery or running away from home The Afghan government has announced it is to take over the running of women's shelters despite concerns from human-rights groups that such a move could put lives at risk. The safe...
  12. Archived_Member16

    Heritage Sikh Shrine In Baghdad Lives On In Memories

    Sikh shrine in Baghdad lives on in memories Jan 26, 2011 at 09:59 BAGHDAD - A desolate courtyard surrounded by fields of mournful graves is all that remains of an ancient shrine to the Sikh faith’s founder Guru Nanak inside a sprawling Muslim cemetery in Baghdad. War, insurgents or...
  13. Admin

    World Naomi Bronstein Lives On - A Humanitarian Accredited With Saving 140,000 Lives

    Naomi Bronstein remembered as 'mother to everyone' Humanitarian credited with saving as many as 140,000 lives Commentator Jeff Danziger is a syndicated political cartoonist and author with deep roots in Vermont. Today, he is remembering a woman who dedicated her life to helping others -...
  14. Archived_Member16

    Opinion 1,800 Punjabi Youths Lost Lives, Says Ramoowalia

    ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION 1,800 Punjabi youths lost lives, says Ramoowalia Kanchan Vasdev Tribune News Service Mullanpur Dakha,December 25 As many as 1,800 Punjabi youths have lost their lives while immigrating abroad illegally and 8,000 girls were forced to indulge in flesh trade to sustain...
  15. Admin

    1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom 1984: Rebuilding Lives With Love

    A large oil painting of a tall and handsome Sikh dominates Lakhbir Kaur's modest sitting room in Kumbra village in Mohali, near Chandigarh, Punjab. "I found a small black-and-white one of my father in a relative's album and my husband got a friend of his to make this painting." Recalls...
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    Legal Easy Divorce Ruining Lives In Pakistan

    Noted Pakistani human rights activist Asma Jahangir on Friday said that easy divorce under the present matrimonial law in her country is ruining the lives of millions of women, leading to various societal problems. Delivering the 16th Justice Sunanda Bhandare Memorial Lecture on 'Impact of...
  17. spnadmin

    Inspiring Children To Live Generous Lives

    As the air becomes crisp and we see the vibrant falling leaves around us, often people of faith turn their attention toward giving. Even while we get caught in the frenzy of holiday decorating and menu planning, we think about how to share the abundance of the year and how to teach our kids to...
  18. Chaan Pardesi

    S Asia Sikhs In Pakistan Pick Up Pieces Of Their Shattered Lives

    Islamabad, Nov 1 (IANS) A group of Sikh families, who fled from Pakistan's Orakzai tribal agency after Taliban rebels unleashed a reign of terror, have now returned home. Said a beaming 11-year-old: 'I'm very happy to have returned to my village.' The family of 11-year-old Rajindar Kaur, a...
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    Make A Change In Others Lives!

    Hi, My name is Ramandeep Kaur Khalsa. Everyday there is a will inside of me to do something to help Sikhs and others connect to God. Everyday I find myself thinking about what is it that I can do to give people back their true identity. Everyday I struggle with myself about thinking of steps...
  20. Admin

    FIFA World Cup 2010 - Thank You, South Africa!

    FIFA World Cup 2010 - Thank You, South Africa! I have been watching all the matches of world cup and man i must tell, it is one of the most beautifully and spectacularly managed world cup ever. Everything looks so heavenly. SPN joins everybody in this amazing celebration of life & triumph...
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