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Sikhs also bleed red, white and blue

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Radical leaders form new Akali party

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US Sikh student: Rules bar him from Army program

A Sikh university student has sued the U.S. Army, saying he cannot join the Reserve Officer Training Corps unless he violates his religious beliefs by removing his turban, shaving, and cutting his hair. The group United Sikhs and the American Civil Liberties Union filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday in Washington, D.C., on behalf of Iknoor Singh, a 19-year-old from the New York City borough of Queens.

DataWind CEO, Suneet Singh Tuli receives 'Award of Honor' at 65th World Sikh Educational Conference

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Pakistani Sikhs Back in the 'Dark Ages' of Religious Persecution

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Norwich Sikhs to remember 1984 massacres

Most Americans have never heard of Operation Blue Star or Operation Woodrose, but to the Sikh community of the United States, these words elicit fear, sorrow and a sense of helplessness over thousands of people who died in those operations 30 years ago in their homeland of India. The Sikh Sevak Society International and the Norwich Area Clergy Association will sponsor a memorial and public awareness ceremony at 11 a.m. Saturday at the David Ruggles Freedom Courtyard outside Norwich City Hall to mark the anniversary of the 1984 Sikh massacres.

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Busy Khalsa Bikers go from Ypres to Chigwell to do a music video

The Khalsa Bikers visited Ypres in Belgium to join the worldwide centenary commemorations to mark the outbreak of The First World War. However on their return, the group - which also consists of men, women and children - was invited to join a video shoot for a "dharmic" in Chigwell.

Alberta Sikhs gather to remember Canada's fallen

Hundreds of Sikhs from across Alberta gathered with Canadian soldiers at a Calgary northeast temple last Sunday for a ceremony to honour the nation's fallen men and women. The ceremony at the Dashmesh Culture Centre in Calgary also paid special tribute to Cpl.

Gov. Nikki Haley stirring up India's interest in Palmetto State

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Vatican message to Sikhs emphasizes compassion, service

The Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue has issued a message to Sikhs in commemoration of the birth of Guru Nanak , the first of the Sikh gurus. "The growing materialistic, consumerist and individualistic tendencies in today's world, unfortunately, are making humans more and more self-centered, insensitive and indifferent to the needs and sufferings of others," the message stated.

Calgary Sikhs join Canadian soldiers to honour the fallen

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Investigators seek cause of Sikh temple fire

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'Much more to Punjab than just agriculture, religious tourism'

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