1. Archived_Member16

    Three Centuries, Two World Wars And Two Continents: The Amazing Life Of The World’s Oldest Woman, Wh

    Three centuries, two world wars and two continents: the amazing life of the world’s oldest woman, who has died at the age of 115 Sant Kaur Bajwa was also officially the world's second oldest person Sarah Morrison Tuesday, 23 July 2013 Sant Kaur Bajwa was the ultimate matriarch...
  2. spnadmin

    The Newest Front On The Culture Wars

    Corporation Culture Wars By Nicole Neroulias Religion News Service (RNS) When you buy a pair of shoes, a spicy chicken sandwich, or a gym membership, does that mean you endorse everything about the company -- including the CEO's religious beliefs? It's a question that has long plagued...
  3. Chaan Pardesi

    UK City Memorial Would Be World's First To Honour Sikhs Killed During Wars

    By ed hill ehill@derbytelegraph.co.uk THE world's first dedicated Sikh memorial is being planned in Derby to represent millions of Sikhs who died in six holocausts and both world wars. Planning permission is being sought to create the £1 million National Sikh Holocaust and Shaheedi Memorial in...
  4. spnadmin

    Tributes To Sikhs Who Fought In Wars

    * By Asian Image reporter » The Attorney General, Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP joined filmmaker Jay Singh-Sohal at the Official Launch of the new documentary Sikhs@War. Screened at the Houses of Parliament the film pays tribute to the memory of Sikh soldiers who fought for Great Britain...
  5. spnadmin

    World War 1 History Of The Sikhs And Their Participation In The World Wars

    By Bikram Singh & Daljit Singh Sikhs primarily hail from the Panjab, The Land of Five Rivers in Northern India. Sikhs are one of the most visible minorities in the world. With their beards and turbans, a Sikh can be easily identified in a crowd. Still they are perhaps the least understood...
  6. K

    Deadly Labor Wars Hinder India's Rise

    By PETER WONACOTT COIMBATORE, India -- This ancient city has turned itself in recent years into a manufacturing dynamo emblematic of India's economic rebirth. But a homicide case playing out in an auto-parts factory here is raising concerns about whether the Indian industrial miracle is...
  7. Admin

    Redemption . Amidst The Drug Wars

    My fingers are trembling as I dial his number. I had promised him that I would call him in Punjab once I returned to the U.S.A. It would be perfect timing; he would be out of the Centre by then. An entire month has passed following my return before I gather the courage to call Mahinder. Of all...
  8. K

    Opinion Caste Wars

    Khushwant Singh Caste wars THE RECENTeruption of violence among sikh groups in Vienna and its repercussions in Punjab reminded me of a Punjabi saying: Where there is one Sikh, there is one Sikh; Where there are two Sikhs, there is a Singh Sabha; Where there are three Sikhs, there is...
  9. dalsingh

    Sikhism Indian Volunteers In The World Wars

    A new entry has been added to Links and Downloads Manager Description: This video, taken from the Sikhism.cim site is excellent. You can get a glimpse of the notorious British "comedian" Bernard Manning at the beginning. I hope the Brits watch this and learn! To check it out, rate it or...
  10. spnadmin

    Exhibition On Sikh Military Bravery: World Wars I And II

    Invitation to an Exhibition on Sikh Bravery in Military History (British Indian Army) during World War I & II In the past, hundreds of thousands of British Indian Army voluntarily fought with the British Army in the two World Wars and many of them died in the...
  11. Gyani Jarnail Singh

    S Asia Why Pakistan Lost All Its Wars ?

    HERE IS AN EXCERPT FROM A BOOK BY A PAKISTANI GENERAL... Subject: Portrait of Bravery Maj. General M. Khan of Pakistan wrote in his book 'Crisis of Leadership' about the bravery of the Sikh soldiers during the Indo-Pak war. Here are some excerpts: "....the main reason of our defeat was...
  12. BhagatSingh

    Sikh Wars

    Battle of Saragarhi Battle of Saragarhi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia "The Battle of Saragarhi was fought during the Tirah Campaign on 12 September 1897 between twenty one Sikhs of the 4th Battalion (then 36th Sikhs) of the Sikh Regiment of British India, defending an army post, and 10,000...
  13. N

    Christianity US Supreme Court Rulings Stoke Up Religious Wars (AFP Via Yahoo! News)

    The US Supreme Court handed down two key rulings meant to clarify the law on the separation of church and state, but immediately fanned a fierce debate on God's place in US society...
  14. S

    'Star Wars' Princess Inspires Royal Name In Norway (Reuters)

    Reuters - Norwegian Princess Leah's name was inspired by a character in a "Star Wars" movie, the mother of the infant princess was quoted as saying on Thursday. http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/oddlyenough/*http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/nm/20050616/od_uk_nm/oukoe_life_princess
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    Find Religion In `Star Wars,' Many Do (Fort Wayne Journal Gazette)

    A wise man rides in from the desert on a camel-like creature. He presents an infant - perhaps the "chosen one" who will redeem the universe, according to prophecy - to his adoptive parents. The question is inescapable: Is little Luke Skywalker a stand-in for Jesus...
  16. N

    Sikh News Indo-Canadian Gang Wars Claim Two More Lives

    http://www.newkerala.com/news-daily/news/features.php?action=fullnews&id=62322 Indo-Canadian gang wars claim two more lives: New Kerala, India - 6 hours ago ... Piara Singh Natt, Jerrys uncle and a member of the Sikh community in Surrey, was celebrating the birth of a grandchild when he was...