There were many nomination for the ‘Sikh of the Year 2014′ award but the one who stood out the most is Ravinder Singh, CEO of Khalsa Aid.
A message from Ravi Singh, CEO/ Founder of Khalsa Aid:
Ravinder Singh has been honored with ‘The Sikh of the Year 2014′ Award in Amritsar. It is a...
A year after New Delhi’s gang rape, what has changed for India’s women?
by Rupa Subramanya
December 16 marks the anniversary of the gang rape of a young...
Countdown to 2014. Wish a Happy New Year to Kith and Kin!
In a mere 8 hours it will be 2014 in Australia, where the New Year begins for our SPN members, and notably Ishna ji. On time travels to Kuala Lumpur where it greets so many of us there, including the inimitable Gyani Jarnail Singh. Time...
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A minority Sikh member of the provincial Assembly of Punjab in Pakistan on Tuesday met the Akal Takht jathedar at the Golden Temple here and requested him to visit the neighbouring country at the earliest to take stock of the problems faced by the Sikh community there.
Ramesh Singh Arora, a...
NSA broke privacy rules thousands of times per year, audit finds
By Barton Gellman, Friday, August 16, 2:48 AM
The National Security Agency has broken privacy rules or overstepped its legal authority thousands of times each year since Congress granted the agency broad new powers in 2008...
Robbie Parker, Father Of Girl Killed In Newtown Massacre, Helps Sikh Temple Grieve 1 Year After Shooting
By MICHAEL MELIA 07/26/13 01:27 PM ET EDT AP
HARTFORD, Conn. -- Since his 6-year-old daughter was killed in the Connecticut school shooting, Robbie Parker has been encouraging people to...
June 1 celebrates the 10th Sikh Philosophy Network parkash diwas. It would be wonderful to hear how Sikh Philosophy Network has been a friend on your spiritual journey.
First, let’s get the celebration moving and our hearts beating with the rhythms of this Happy Birthday Song – Punjabi hip...
Here's a great article from Sikh Bulletin
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This is the story of Saheb Singh, a young Sikh, 6 year old, aspiring chess champion from Gainesville Florida.
He is in Kindergarten at Oak Hall School where he is sweeping awards across the board and making the community proud. Thanks to...
END OF YEAR SUPPORT FOR UNITED SIKHS' AID PROJECTS !
The astonishing work of United Sikhs can be read at this link, where numerous projects and impact statistics are documented
UNITED SIKHS' AID- provides non-partisan global...
Sikhs Name Lt. Murphy 'Chic Sikh of the Year
Every year the e-journal SikhChic has a Chic Sikh of the Year competition. Nominations are taken from the readers and a panel of judges decide. The winner has just been name. The Oakcreek Patch has reported on the story because it was their...
If you replied to our current poll you already know why Balpreet Kaur stands on her religious values. You may have also read our related story, "Sikh Woman Who Stood up to Abuse" at http://www.sikhphilosophy.net/sikh-youth/39579-sikh-woman-who-stood-up-abuse.html#post177699
This is her story...
60,000 children in India go missing each year
Friday 2nd March, 2012
• Kidnapping is rife and growing alarmingly in India
• Children taken for ransom, prositution, slave labour and begging
• 20,000 of those who disappear each year are never found
Primitive stoves kill two million each year
Research, education needed to lower instance of pneumonia and chronic lung disease: study
Agence France-Presse - October 15, 2011 3:07 AM
Primitive cooking stoves are used throughout half the world and kill more people each year - about two...
Ten years long wait for `Akhand Path’ at `Dukh Bhanjani Beri’ at Golden Temple
Punjab Newsline Network
Thursday, 29 September 2011
By DHARMENDRA RATAUL
AMRITSAR: Want to book an `Akhand Path’ at Dukh Bhanjani Beri, one of the most sacred places at Golden Temple here. You will...
The fort under renovation.
The Punjab State Tourism Department (PSTD) would take one year more to open the mid-18th century Gobindgarh Fort to the public.
The hospitality industry, guides and art lovers are peeved over the delay in the opening of the fort to the public. They complained...