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  1. Harry Haller

    India Sikh Enviornment Day Celebrations By EcoSikh Sees Massive Participation

    Ludhiana, Punjab (March 26, 2014): Thousands of Sikhs all across the world took concrete green actions by celebrating the Sikh Environment Day on March 14. Over 2000 Sikh Gurdwaras, Schools and organisations marked this day when Guru Har Rai, known for his deep love and sensitivity towardsnature...
  2. spnadmin

    Controversial Arizona Sees Surge Of Asylum Seekers From India (& Video)

    Arizona Sees Surge of Asylum Seekers from India http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/09/08/ariz-sees-surge-of-asylum-seekers-from-india/2781025/ PHOENIX -- On a recent Friday night in Phoenix, an unmarked white Department of Homeland Security bus pulls up to a curb near the...
  3. Kanwaljit.Singh

    God Sees The Truth But Waits

    In the town of Vladimir lived a young merchant named Ivan Dmitrich Aksionov. He had two shops and a house of his own. Aksionov was a handsome, fair-haired, curly-headed fellow, full of fun, and very fond of singing. When quite a young man he had been given to drink, and was riotous when he had...
  4. Archived_Member16

    India India Sees No Evil

    August 26, 2011 India sees no evil In a country where bribes only get you what's rightfully yours, Anna Hazare's refusal to fold is touching many By Ramesh Thakur, Postmedia News - August 26, 2011 India has an unmatched capacity to look opportunity firmly in the eye, turn around...
  5. Archived_Member16

    World As Regimes Fall In Arab World, Al Qaeda Sees History Fly By

    News Analysis February 27, 2011 As Regimes Fall in Arab World, Al Qaeda Sees History Fly By By SCOTT SHANE For nearly two decades, the leaders of Al Qaeda have denounced the Arab world’s dictators as heretics and puppets of the West and called for their downfall. Now, people in country...
  6. Admin

    Extraordinary People - The Boy Who Sees Without Eyes

    This is a documentary about a boy (Ben Underwood 1993-2009) who taught himself to use echo location to navigate around the world. Ben Underwood was blind, but managed to do some truly extraordinary feats. [Part 1] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qLziFM... [Part 2]...
  7. spnadmin

    SciTech Archaeologist Sees Proof For Bible In Ancient Wall

    Archaeologist sees proof for Bible in ancient wall Archaeologist sees proof for Bible in ancient wall - Yahoo! News JERUSALEM – An Israeli archaeologist said Monday that ancient fortifications recently excavated in Jerusalem date back 3,000 years to the time of King Solomon and support the...
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    Sikh News MQM Sees ‘bright Future’ In Five Punjab Districts (The Pakistan Link)

    LAHORE: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) has focused on five districts of southern Punjab for the coming general elections and is hoping that the party will win a good number of seats from those districts. More...
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    Sikh News Punjab Minister Sees Scam In Tourist Complexes Sales (New Kerala)

    Kapurthala, June 7: Even as Punjab Tourism Minister Hira Singh Gabria announced a probe into the sale of 14 government tourist complexes during Congress rule, the Principal Secretary, Tourism Geetika Kalha chose to defend the sale. More...
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    Sikh News Badal Sees Ray Of Hope In Sikh-Sacha Sauda Controversy (New Kerala)

    Chandigarh, May 24: Reiterating that the priority of his Government was to restore peace in Punjab, Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal hinted that a solution was in sight to end the Sacha Sauda-Sikh controversy that had led to protests, violence and a 'bandh'. More...
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    Vatican Sees Future In Vietnam Relations (The Age)

    The Vatican says it hopes to quickly normalise diplomatic relations with Vietnam - yet another indication that Pope Benedict XVI is intent on bringing Asia's sizable Catholic minority into formal ties with Rome...
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    Gates Sees Mobile Phones Overtaking IPods (Reuters)

    Reuters - Microsoft founder Bill Gates sees mobile phones overtaking MP3s as the top choice of portable music player, and views the raging popularity of Apple's iPod player as unsustainable, he told a German newspaper...
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    Business Sees Gain In GOP Takeover (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - Fortune 500 companies that invested millions of dollars in electing Republicans are emerging as the earliest beneficiaries of a government controlled by President Bush and the largest GOP House and Senate majority in a half century...
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