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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 ....
Bhai Kahn Singh: Renaissance Man by ROOPINDER SINGH
As administrator, diplomat, encyclopaedist, historian, interpreter of Sikh scriptures, sportsman, scholar, and tutor to an heir apparent, he left a lasting impact on Sikh, Punjab and Punjabi scholarship.
Italy Honours WWII Sikh Heroes With Grand Memorial by RANVIR SINGH VIRDI & BHUPINDER SINGH HOLLAND
Last weekend, Sikhs gathered in Forli, Italy, to unveil a magnificent monument to honour the Sikh soldiers who laid down their lives for the Allied cause in World War II.
Real Life Hero
by TRIDIP MANDAL
Prakash Kaur doesn't like to look back. Sixty years ago, she too was abandoned by her parents and a local Gurdwara was what she called home.The stories of her 60 little ones mirror her life.
Arpana Caur: A Bundle of Divine Energy by INNI KAUR
A circular painting of Guru Nanak. Just spectacular. “Universal Nanak - There is no Beginning, There is no End” - resounds within as I stand before it.
America's True Freedom Fighters by DAVID WHITING
"I was scared for him." But, she adds, fear isn't something to be ruled by." Like grandfather, like son; like father, like son," she says. "It's part of our religion to wear the turban."
Hundreds Celebrate Hero Marine Corporal Gurpreet Singh by ADALTO NASCIMENTO
The Sikh-American hero is survived by his parents, Nirmal Singh and Satnam Kaur, his sister, Manpreet Laur; his grandmother, Nasib Kaur, and grandfather, Ajit Singh.
U.S. Marine Corporal Gurpreet Singh Killed in Afghanistan NEWS REPORT
The 21-year-old soldier who died from injuries he received in combat, served with the 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, based at Camp Pendleton.
The Air Warrior Who Knew No Fear:
More On ... "Baba" Mehar Singh, Air Commodore
by P.S. CHANANA
He was one of the most celebrated fighter pilots of WWII.
Air Commodore Mehar Singh: Saviour of Ladakh by Lieut-Gen BALJIT SINGH (retd)
With the solitary exception of Squadron Leader Mehar Singh, a pilot of exceptional ability, no one was able to inspire confidence among us.