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A Diamond in the Dust:
T. SHER SINGH
WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 2012: A single act on their part recently has touched me deeply because it is
right, it is good, it is timely, it is appropriate … it is well-thought
out and well-executed.
President Obama Honours Sikh-American Trail-Blazer ASHISH KUMAR SEN
“... [O]nce Dalip earned his own citizenship, he stepped up to serve the country he loved - and became the first Asian-American elected to the Congress,” Obama said.
10 Sikh Women You Should Know And Why You Should Know Them by VALARIE KAUR
A new generation of Sikh women has emerged as lawyers, artists, entrepreneurs, doctors, filmmakers and more. They have found brave new ways to defend their communities ...
The Chic Sikh of 2011
We at sikhchic.com take great pride and pleasure in naming, with the assistance and guidance of our readership and our selection panel, this extraordinary human being as the Chic Sikh of 2011.
Singa, The Lion of Malaya:
Sardar Gurchan Singh
by HARCHAND SINGH BEDI
This is the story of the Malayan Resistance against Japanese occupation during WWII - a movement created, organised and led by Gurchan Singh, a Sikh detective in the Malayan Police Force.
Ruined It For Me by T. SHER SINGH
The first thing I ever heard by him was the multi-faith invocation that has now become his trade-mark - wherein he beautifully, accurately and respectfully renders the credal chants from the world’s major religions.
A Learning Moment by T. SHER SINGH
His eyes are always full of mischief. I have caught him wink at me slyly as I have walked by him, surrounded by adoring young men and women fawning over his fame and desperately hoping to catch the virus of his energy.
Fauja Singh Wows The World
"He said he achieved this through the help of God but even God must be getting fed up of helping him," Harmander Singh said, drawing chuckles from assembled media after the race.
Back From Afghanistan, Sikh-Canadian Takes Command of Canadian Regiment NEWS REPORTS
Established in 1883, The British Columbia Regiment (Duke of Connaught's Own) is a Primary Reserve armoured reconnaissance (recce) regiment of the Canadian Forces. It is the oldest military unit in Vancouver, B.C.
Sikh-American Sher Singh: Victim of 9.11 America by RICHARD C. DUJARDIN & TOM MOONEY
The day after 9/11, Sher Singh's train made a brief stop at Providence Station - where a phalanx of police and FBI agents armed with bomb-sniffing dogs yanked him out ....