Hindus and Sikhs in Malaysia must have been a dissapointed lot when they were greeted with grabs supposedly from a Malaysian public university text book to teach them about the other faiths. The grabs, taking the social media by storm, contained ridiculous references to the Hindu and Sikh faith...
MALAYSIA: A group of Sikh medical personnel are all set to run a free clinic in the heart of the Kuala Lumpur town.
Naam Clinic will open on Sundays starting April 4 at Wisma Tatt Khalsa, a multipurpose complex under Gurdwara Sahib Tatt Khalsa Diwan, one of the oldest gurdwaras in the city...
Baba Isher Singh was personal attendant of Baba Nand Singh Ji of Nanaksar Kaleran. Baba Ji was born in Jhorara Village, Jagraon in the District of Ludhiana, Punjab, India on 26 March, 1913. His father was Sardar Bagga Singh. Upon birth...
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The day religious officers policed another faith in Malaysia
by Jennifer Gomez
What would a Christian and a lawyer of 33 years standing have to do with Islam?
‘Why I had to leave Malaysia’
by Neal K
First posted on October 13 2013 in Kit Siang Online
“Lima tiga pound,” says the souvenir vendor in busy Oxford Street London. That many Malaysians throng to...
Malaysia among countries faring worst in faith-based discrimination, says global study
In 13 countries around the world, all of them Muslim, people who openly...
Muslim group claims Hindu temple renovation ‘disrespects’ Malaysia’s ‘Islamic’ status
by Zurairi Ar
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 31 — A RM10 million budget...
Malaysia’s largest interfaith group warns it’ll take lawsuits to United Nations if need be
Lawyer Jagir Singh said the Malaysian...
Missing woman found dead
Kareen Kaur believed to be victim of hit-and-run accident.
JOHOR BARU: The body of Kareen Kaur, who went missing last Friday, was found beside the North-South Expressway near Kulaijaya.
Fatal misadventure: Kareen is believed to have been knocked down by a lorry...
By Gurcharan Singh, Kuala Lumpur-London
It is often said Malaya was the "first foreign country the Sikhs went to from Punjab". This is, oh so very wrong!
The very first foreign country the Sikhs went to was Afghanistan.But, in addition to the later migrants, there were already Sikh...
The end of the road for reform
by Vikraman Selvaraja
May 06, 2013
MAY 6 — As a young Malaysian working in Australia, I always harboured the vague hope that at some point, in some...
Malaysia coalition extends rule despite worst electoral showing
By Stuart Grudgings and Al-Zaquan Amer Hamzah
(Reuters) - Malaysia's governing coalition extended its half-century rule despite its worst-ever...
Tracking network interference around political content in Malaysia
by Gustaf Björksten
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The Malaysian Sikh Community has the distinction of being a progressive and dynamic community which within one generation was transformed from predominantly being one of policemen, bullock carters, watchmen, dairymen and mining labourers into doctors, lawyers, teachers and other professionals...
Have you forsaken your flock, Archbishop?
Jared Pereira | January 30, 2013
PETALING JAYA: The Archbishop of Kuala Lumpur, Murphy Pakiam, has received a barrage of criticisms from Catholics...
Priest lodges police report over ‘Bible burning pesta’ notice
By Opalyn Mok January 22, 2013
BUTTERWORTH, Jan 22 – A Christian priest has lodged a police report after he...
Debate is raging in Malaysia over Muslim female genital mutilation as the country's health ministry reportedly develops guidelines to reclassify it as a medical practice.
In 2009, the Fatwa Committee of Malaysia's National Council of Islamic Religious Affairs ruled that "female circumcision"...
A letter sent to the THE STAR in Malaysia
I hope you will allow me to add and put on record certain important
factual notes of the Malaysian Sikh police history, as mentioned in
the article -Sikhs spurred by spirit to serve - by Dr Sarjit Singh
Gill of Universiti Putra Malaysia...
Sikh Gurduaras & Societies of the Federal Territory, Malaysia, and Sikh
Malaysia created the Federal Territory area, that includes the city of
Kuala Lumpur and Putra Jaya about 60 miles south, not too long ago,
in 2005. Celebrations on it's formation take place...