Art & Culture of the Diaspora
And, I know no one who is bad.
An Exhibition That Shows Wimps How To Properly Pull Off A Beard:
The Singh Project
"These Sikh-Briton men have successfully spread into all
corners of British society without sacrificing their identity."
Letters From Espanola
Why do we do it? Why do we try? The meditation, the bana, the discipline.
EK ONG KAAR KAUR
Making Sense Out of Senseless Tragedy:
Oak Creek Police Chief John Edwards
"The Gurdwara was kind of closed to us. They didn’t have a lot of
trust with the police in India, and they brought it here."
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS OF POLICE
I got my first running bug 13 years ago in 2001 when I saw an ad for the Disney World Marathon ...
PARDEEP SINGH NAGRA
Tales of Complicity and Cover-ups:
Delhi 1984 & Gujarat 2002
Justice Ranganath Misra held all the proceedings in camera; the public and media were not present during the testimony.
Superwoman Lilly Singh
"I fell in love with the whole creative process and being in charge of my own voice and content."
Stemming the Flow From India-
A New Documentary on Sikh Immigration to North America
The film’s name, Dis-Immigration, expresses the harsh impact of Canada’s 1908 restrictive “Continuous Journey” clause.
DAVID R. GRAY
Bhai Ram Singh & The Queen Victoria Durbar:
A Pilgrim Through Sikh-British Heritage -
When the idea of having a Durbar Hall at Osborne first germinated, Victoria's thoughts immediately went to Elveden Hall.
T. SHER SINGH
sikhchic.com online poll: What are your views on gun-control?
She Plies an Ancient Profession in Rural Punjab:
As the clock strikes 9 pm, Kuldip Kaur sets out of her house armed with a khunda (a long, wooden stick) and a big torch.
Sikh-American Pioneers Finally Get Last Rites in Oregon
Two men who were born in Punjab in the 1800s finally were laid to rest last week in Oregon, thanks to the efforts of a Salem man.
Jaspreet Singh's 1984 Novel, "Helium" is On Longlist for Prize for South Asian Literature
Toronto-based author has been chosen for his lookback on the 1984 anti-Sikh pogroms in India.
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
The Dowry Violence That Shames Britain
“When I went into labour with my first child, they refused to take me to hospital because I’d been a ‘bad investment’.
$25,000 Punjabi Literature Prize-Winner Announced:
Avtar Singh Billing
The top winning work is the novel, “Khali Khoohaan di Katha” (The Story of Empty Wells).
The Treasures of The Emperor:
A Pligrim Through Sikh-British Heritage -
With a heavy heart, all I can muster is a weak: "Halleluja!"
T. SHER SINGH
Civil Society and Conflict Transformation
A look at efforts to support the survivors of the 1984-1995 conflict in Punjab.
ARMED CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND PEOPLE’S RIGHTS PROJECT
Despite Heavy Odds, Report Suggests India’s Sikhs Continue To Live Better Than The Rest in India
Sikhs in the country have, on the average, the most spacious houses with an average area of 635 sq ft.