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Sikhs organise walk for awareness about heart health

Members of the Sikh community in Connecticut, in association with the American Heart Association, organised a fundraising walk to create awareness about heart health, a media report said. The community participated in the "Heart Walk" to show their support to the cause and to spread awareness among people about Sikhism, News India-Times reported on Wednesday.

Sikh shrine head injured as priest attacks him

The Jathedar of the Takht Keshgarh Sahib at Anandpur Sahib, the second most important shrine in Sikh religion after the Golden Temple , was injured when a 'granthi' attacked him with a sharp-edged weapon on Tuesday, police said. Mal Singh was taken to hospital following the unprovoked attack and discharged after treatment.

UK Sikh men working to stop inter-faith marriages

British Sikhs are largely seen as a model minority who aren't embroiled in controversies or plagued by extremists as Muslims are. It was meant to be the happiest day of their lives - a celebration of modern multicultural Britain at the biggest Sikh gurdwara in the Western world.

Southampton Sikhs to hand out meals for Langar week

Members of the faith will be reaching out to residents in Southampton next week by distributing vegetarian curry to shoppers and people on their way home from work. The huge operation is part of an international drive where Sikhs worldwide tackle world hunger and fostering unity between communities.

10,000 Amritsar students dance in world record bid

Over 10,000 students in this Sikh holy city on Saturday staked their claim in the Guinness World Records with the largest dance performance in one place. Organisers said the students at the historic Khalsa College campus here in Punjab also took a pledge against drug abuse.

Sikhs raise $12,000 for national awareness campaign in US

WASHINGTON: A group of Sikhs in California have raised about $12,000 to create national awareness campaign about Sikhs and Sikhism in the US media and society. At a dinner fundraiser organized by the Sikh Riders of America in Bakersfield, California, over 70 Sikhs endorsed the initiative in this regard by Washington-based National Sikh Campaign which has devised a national strategy engaging President Barack Obama's media team to present an accurate view of Sikhism in the national media.

Youngsters at Sikh temple get their hands on Olympic torch

CHILDREN at the town's only Sikh temple were in for a surprise when they turned up to their weekly educational lesson last Tuesday. Instead of taking to the desks, youngsters at Warrington Guru Nanak Gurdwara in Latchford got the chance to meet wheelchair fencer Adrian Derbyshire, and got their hands on the Olympic torch, as well as his medals.

Rocking To A Pardon

Last week, the Akal Takht, the supreme temporal seat of Sikhs at the Golden Temple in Amritsar, pardoned Gurmeet Ram Rahim, head of the Sirsa-based Dera Sacha Sauda, for 'blasphemy' committed in 2007. The pardon - which many say has been secretly and politically managed - not only ends nearly eight years of effective ostracism, it brings the controversial godman in alignment with the Shiromani Akali Dal .

Sikh men ignore strict religious protocol by using turbans as ropes to save drowning teens

The turban is a hugely important religious symbol in Sikhism - and removing it for any reason is not an easy decision. But two Sikh men put aside their strict religious protocol to save four drowning teenagers, using their turbans as ropes to pull them to safety.

Radical Sikh groups oppose Akal Takht 'pardon' to sect chief

Accusing the Sikh clergy of bowing before Akali Dal leaders, particularly of Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal, radical Sikh leaders on Tuesday tore a copy of the Akal Takht's order "pardoning" Dera Sacha Sauda sect chief, Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, to register their protest. Radical Sikh organisations, Dal Khalsa and Shiromani Akali Dal , held a silent protest outside the Akal Takht, the highest temporal seat of Sikh religion, to object to the pardon.

ISI mobilizes terrorists for attack on India

NEW DELHI: Pakistan's ISI has mobilized terrorists belonging to groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammad and Hizbul Mujahideen as well as Sikh militants associated with Babbar Khalsa International and Khalistan Zindabad Force remnants based on its soil, for possible joint strikes in Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir, Delhi or other parts of India. According to intelligence reports, ISI officials, who held a meeting with terrorists from jihadi and Sikh radical outfits in Pakistan recently, have already issued funds for the purported strikes.

Amid Tight Security, MSG-2 Screened at Ludhiana

Amid tight security, the controversial movie 'Messenger of God , featuring Dera Sacha Sauda Sect head Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, was screened at a multiplex situated here, two days after being released in rest of Punjab. It was screened at a PVR cinema at Sat Pal Mittal road here and there will be two shows daily, said a PVR spokesman.

Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh controversy: SGPC urges Sikhs to accept Akal Takht pardon

Amidst strong objection by Sikh leaders to the pardon granted to Dera Sacha Sauda head Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh by the Sikh faith's highest temporal seat, SGPC on Saturday urged the community to accept the decision, saying that the Akal Takht's supremacy cannot be challenged. Amidst strong objection by Sikh leaders to the pardon granted to Dera Sacha Sauda head Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh by the Sikh faith's highest temporal seat, SGPC on Saturday urged the community to accept the decision, saying that the Akal Takht's supremacy cannot be challenged.

Obama names 18 new faith-based council advisers

President Obama on Thursday announced the names of 18 people who will serve on his third advisory council on faith-based issues. President Obama on Thursday announced the names of 18 people who will serve on his third advisory council on faith-based issues.

Akal Takht pardons Sirsa Dera chief, sparks row

AMRITSAR: The highest temporal body of Sikhs - the Akal Takht - took everyone by surprise on Thursday when it accepted an apology from rock star baba Gurmeet Ram Rahim and pardoned him. The controversial chief of the Sirsa-based Dera Sacha Sauda had angered Sikhs in 2007 when he appeared in an initiation ceremony wearing clothes usually associated with Guru Gobind Singh.

528th Marriage Anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Celebrated in Punjab

The 528th marriage anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikh religion, was celebrated in this industrial town of Punjab amidst tight security. Hundreds of devotees participated in the religious procession which started from Gurudwara Dehra Sahib, where the marriage of Guru Nanak Dev was solemnized.