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    IN THE CITY IFA Role For Subrata (The Telegraph)

    Former Mohun Bagan coach Subrata Bhattacharya has been inducted in the IFA coaches sub committee as its chairman. His former India teammate Moheul Islam and Jamshed Nassiri are also in the committee. Subrata is representing Batore club of Howrah...
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    Parivar Split On Advani Attack (The Telegraph)

    June 15: Prodded by Atal Bihari Vajpayee and divisions in the Sangh parivar, the BJP has raised its voice against the VHP for demanding that L.K. Advani retire from politics...
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    Sikh News Militant Link In Cinema Blasts (The Telegraph)

    New Delhi, May 31: Delhi police today arrested two men, believed to be members of the Sikh rebel group Babbar Khalsa International, in connection with last week’s cinema bombings in the city that killed one and injured dozens...
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    Sikh News Blasts At Delhi Cinemas Kill One After Sikh Film Protests (Belfast Telegraph)

    At least one person was killed and dozens were injured when bombs exploded at two cinemas in Delhi that were showing a controversial new film which has been condemned by Sikh leaders as insulting to their religion...
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    Sikh News Flights Begin To Holy City In India (Coventry Evening Telegraph)

    Scheduled flights have begun from Birmingham International Airport to the Sikh holy city of Amritsar in India. Air India is now running services to and from the West Midlands on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays as part of its Delhi to Toronto route...
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    Sikh News The Telegraph - Calcutta : Nation (The Telegraph)

    Vancouver, May 4 (Reuters): Canadian prosecutors will not appeal the acquittal of two Sikh separatists charged with the 1985 Air-India bombings, relatives of the 329 victims were told yesterday...
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    Sikh News Thousands Join In Sikh Celebrations (Coventry Evening Telegraph)

    Thousands of Sikhs from across Coventry have been celebrating one of the most important dates in their calendar. Events were held in Coventry city centre and the War Memorial Park in Earlsdon to mark Vaisakhi, the time of year when Sikhs celebrate a good harvest...
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    Sikh News Sikhs Have Plenty To Celebrate (Coventry Evening Telegraph)

    Thousands of people are expected to enjoy Vaisakhi in the City when the festival comes to Coventry next week. The celebration on Saturday, April 30 is one of the most important dates in the Sikh calendar and marks the Punjabi new year as well as the 306th birthday of the religion's spiritual...
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    Sikh News TERROR AND LOVELINESS (The Telegraph)

    The political event that most moved me was the butchery of the Sikhs of northern India in the first days of November 1984. I grew up in Dehradun, a town founded in the late 17th century by a dissident Sikh preacher, and further nourished by a large in-migration of Sikhs after Partition...
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    Sikh News Bridge Over Silent Waters (The Telegraph)

    Rehan Ansari, a writer based in Lahore, was location manager for Pakistani film-maker Sabiha Sumar s Khamosh Paani . He recalls moments of myth and magic, encountered on the job...
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    Sikh News MORE THAN A TOSSED SALAD (The Telegraph)

    After over two years of trial, the Canadian high security court has acquitted the two accused Sikh fundamentalists of the Kanishka murders. http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/search/sikh/SIG=127cene3l/*http%3A//www.telegraphindia.com/1050328/asp/opinion/story_4532939.asp
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    Sikh News The Telegraph - Calcutta : Opinion (The Telegraph)

    After over two years of trial, the Canadian high security court has acquitted the two accused Sikh fundamentalists of the Kanishka murders. The Canadian investigation of the Kanishka murders raises questions about the multiculturalism ... | Read...