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The troubling reasons some of Delaware’s Sikhs don’t wear turbans: Opinion

I am a Sikh. A turban is an article of faith for the Sikhs. It signals honesty, service and compassion to those in need. But the opposite has been perceived in our country, especially after 2001. Many of my fellow … Continue reading

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Vandalized Sikh gurdwara in Orangevale to host open house

Interfaith community event this weekend to raise awareness about Sikh faith. In a unique show of resilience and strength, the Sikh community of Orangevale in California have decided to host an interfaith open house this weekend. The open house will … Continue reading

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Douglas Todd: We can stop typecasting Catholics and Sikhs — now the election is over

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau (right), and to some extent NDP leader Jagmeet Singh, hammered Conservative party Leader Andrew Scheer and even Green party Leader Elizabeth May, over two wedge issues with ties to religion. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau regretted in … Continue reading

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Leadership, Sikh values, outdoor activities key takeaways of Summer Camp

Commemorating the 550th birth anniversary of Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak, Sikh Youth New Zealand is once again bringing four days of family summer camp in the last week of January to be hosted in West Auckland. Sikh Youth NZ (SYNZ) … Continue reading

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Blending Traditions, Greek Orthodox Man and Sikh Fiancee Marry Twice

A popular Australian TV show on the SBS network titled ”Marry Me, Marry My Family” aired an episode on Tuesday showing the struggle a Greek-Australian Orthodox man and his girlfriend, who is of Malaysian descent and a devoted Sikh, went … Continue reading

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