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  1. Archived_Member16

    UK Persecuted Minorities Of India Make Their Voices Heard In The British Parliament

    Persecuted Minorities of India Make Their Voices Heard In The British Parliament House of Commons Debate on The Death Penalty and Human Rights Violations in India By: Gurpreet Kaur, Sikh24 LONDON, UK (March 1, 2013)–The Kesri Lehar petition asking for the Abolition of the Death...
  2. namjiwankaur

    Inspirational Voices Of Peace Sing For The Pope

    I would love to find the words to this. What a beautiful Sound. I am learning from Hazrat Inayat Khan that music is a mini-version of the Sound of the universe. This makes it clear. Let's all sing for peace...in the language of our hearts, the words are not important...the feeling is what...
  3. spnadmin

    Sikh Coalition Sikh Coalition Launch A New Website Called “Unheard Voices Of 9/11″

    FREMONT – The Sikh Coalition in the United States officially launched a video wall website entitled “Unheard Voices of 9/11″ (www.unheardvoicesof911.org). This website invites visitors to upload videos and written accounts of backlash discrimination and violence in the post-9/11 environment...
  4. spnadmin

    SciTech Language Researchers Chart Vanishing Voices (video)

    Language researchers chart vanishing voices - video In a video produced by Cambridge University, anthropologist Mark Turin discusses his work helping speakers of Thangmi, a Tibeto-Burman language spoken in eastern Nepal. He aims to document disappearing languages, most of which haven't been...
  5. findingmyway

    United Sikhs Voices For Freedom

    VOICES FOR FREEDOM (VFF) CONCERNED AT TARGETING OF HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS BINAYAK SEN, TEESTA SETALVAD, DALJIT SINGH BITU, BHAI JASPAL SINGH MANJHPUR & PAL SINGH. FREEDOM OF FAITH AND HUMAN DIGNITY ARE AT STAKE. NEW DELHI: 7 January 2011: ... Voices For Freedom (VFF) expresses deep distress at...
  6. spnadmin

    United Sikhs Make Your Voices Heard! (Vote In The 2010 Global Sikh Civil Rights Survey)

    Make your voices heard, your opinion counts! Complete the 2010 Global Sikh Civil Rights Survey! November 11, 2010, 9:10 am by rucha Every year since 2008, UNITED SIKHS compiles a report where a community across borders voices their opinions on the current practices, future policies and the...
  7. spnadmin

    Hinduism ‘As I Sang Khwaja Moinuddin, I Could Hear The Voices Of The Dying In Gujarat’ (Tehelka)

    CULTURE & SOCIETY personal histories ‘As I sang Khwaja Moinuddin, I could hear the voices of the dying in Gujarat’ Sumathi Murthy is a hindustani classical musician and composer. Is in her mid-30s. Lives in Bangalore. Is also active in the queer rights movement I think I was six or...
  8. Aman Singh

    Actor Kevin Spacey Calls For Sikh Voices

    Actor Kevin Spacey Calls For Sikh Voices by JULIA KENNARD A theatre run by double Oscar-winning actor Kevin Spacey needs people from Sikh and other subcontinental backgrounds to help create a snapshot of London in 2010. The Old Vic Theatre wants voices from all backgrounds to...
  9. M

    Sikh Foundation Raising Our Voices: In The Indian Parliament

    Speech by Sardar Tarlochan Singh, Member of Parliament, on the killing of Sikhs in 1984. 25 years ago in Delhi, the Capital of India, a great cruelty was done on the Sikhs. But the greatest amazing fact is that it happened in broad day light. During the times of Nadar Shah, for three...
  10. spnadmin

    Controversial Anti–Sikh Vaisakhi Propaganda Aimed At Silencing Sikh Voices On Human Rights Abuses In India And 198

    Anti –Sikh Vaisakhi Propaganda Aimed At Silencing Sikh Voices On Human Rights Abuses In India And 1984 Sikh Genocide Forum members the link for this article leads to a page that says, Not Found; however the article is still visible. Same is true for the South Asia Link mirror site. I...
  11. K

    India Men Harrassed By Women Now Raise Their Voices Against Anti-dowry Law

    CHANDIGARH: Section 498 of the Indian Penal Code, Originally framed to shield women from dowry harassment now become a “tool of frame-up”, allegedly being used by women to extort alimony from husbands. At least that seems so from National Crime Record Bureau figures showing 1.65 lakh married...
  12. K

    General Voices For Freedom Writes To The United Nations High Commissioner For Human Rights

    Voices For Freedom writes to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Wednesday 7th of February 2007 Louise Arbour New York, NY - Voices For Freedom has written to the President of the...
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    Syria's Voices Of Change (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - DAMASCUS, Syria -- Ayman Abdel Nour's contest with censorship began with a term not uncommon in Syria: "forbidden." http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/topstories/*http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/washpost/20050525/ts_washpost/syria_s_voices_of_change
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