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    Is Consumption Of Meat Acceptable In Sikhism?

    Is consuming meat acceptable in sikhism? If no, please give me strong points to support this. However, according to this article, we are allowed to eat meat but it should not be HALAL. Sikhism Religion of the Sikh People Thanks.
  2. spnadmin

    Heritage Neglected Heritage: Entangled In Legal Wrangle Over Ownership Of Building

    Neglected heritage: Entangled in legal wrangle over ownership of building Legal wrangling over ownership of a government school in Raja Bazaar have intensifies as a trade organisation files a civil suit against the Punjab Education Department. Anjum and Company has filed a complaint in a...
  3. Vikram singh

    Heritage Fort Crumbles While Beaurocrats Wrangle

    In 2005 we reported on the sad state of Manauli fort. A recent article in The Tribune by Rajmeet Singh reports that at last the Mohali district administration has paved the way for preservation of the historical Manauli fort. Located few kilometers from Mohali, the Mughal fort had been...
  4. Gyani Jarnail Singh

    Humans As Meat-Eaters: Some Perspectives From Science

    This came in the Mail today..Read on... Sahel is the transition region of grassland and shrubland between wooded Africa to its South and Sahara to its north. This is the where the modern humans evolved, after chimps from the wooded south travelled northwards and started...
  5. Admin

    Sikh News Funeral Pyre Sparks Legal Wrangle (BBC News)

    Funeral pyre sparks legal wrangle (BBC News) http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/search/sikh/SIG=120knb7hn/*http%3A//news.bbc.co.uk/go/rss/-/1/hi/england/tyne/5174260.stm Array Wed, 12 Jul 2006 18:43:57 GMT The open air cremation of a Sikh man in the North East provokes a legal row among...
  6. Randip Singh

    Fools Who Wrangle Over Flesh

    FOOLS WHO WRANGLE OVER FLESH FOREWARD The authors of this paper (one a vegetarian and one meat eating Sikh) wrangled hard with their own common sense which told them, dont be a fool and start wrangling over an issue which our great Gurus dismissed as not worthy of discussion. We did...