Sikh Community
World  /  Published 06.12.19

Sikh couple win UK adoption battle

A Sikh couple who were told they could not adopt white children because of their Indian heritage won £120,000 in damages on Friday after suing the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Council for ...
By Amit Roy in London

Opinion  /  Published 16.12.18

1984 is not forgotten

Kamal Nath’s appointment as the chief minister of Madhya Pradesh is widely seen as an instance of realpolitik. It isn’t that. There are moments in the life of a country that are sacred. Not becaus...
By Mukul Kesavan in

World  /  Published 13.11.19

US Sikhs third most targeted group: FBI

Around 60 incidents of hate crimes against Sikhs were reported to the FBI in 2018, making the community the third most commonly targeted religious group after Jews and Muslims in the US, according to ...
By PTI in Washington

India  /  Published 07.11.19

Indian Sikh pilgrims will need passport to visit Kartarpur: Pak Army

Indian Sikh pilgrims visiting the Kartarpur Sahib will need a passport to use the Kartarpur Corridor, which will be inaugurated this week, the Pakistan Army has said, according to a media report on Th...
By PTI in Islamabad

India  /  Published 17.01.20

Hot food for protestors at Shaheen Bagh

It had rained all evening on Thursday. The crowd was growing at Shaheen Bagh. Across a footbridge at the far end of the neighbourhood, away from the stage where Shaheen Bagh ki auratein continue their...
By Furquan Ameen in

World  /  Published 02.10.19

Plans for slain Sikh cop Sandeep Singh Dhaliwal’s funeral

Thousands of Sikh community members are gearing up for a fitting funeral for Indian-American Sikh police officer Sandeep Singh Dhaliwal, who was murdered while on duty in Texas.Dhaliwal, 42, the first...
By PTI in Houston

North East  /  Published 31.07.19

Khalsa team hailed for patient service in Guwahati

Xatradhikar Pitambar Dev Goswami of the Auniati Xatra in north Guwahati hailed the Northeast Khalsa team for providing langar (free meal) to patients and attendants at B. Borooah Cancer Institute here...
By Hiranya Barman in Guwahati

Books  /  Published 14.02.20

The Sikh massacres of 1984

South Asia continues to witness incidents of violence incited by religious, ethnic or sociopolitical issues. In the process, a category of survivors is created, who are forced to subsist with a trauma...
By Jhuma Sanyal in

Opinion  /  Published 24.03.19

Sikhs in New Zealand: Light in a dark time

To be imbued and attuned to the shabad; to be kind and compassionate; to sing the kirtan — these are the most worthwhile actions in this Dark Age of Kali YugaIn the darkness of death, New Zealand’...
By Gopalkrishna Gandhi in

Books  /  Published 30.01.20

Punjab's past re-examined

Indians imagine Punjab as the food basket of the country and perceive Jat Sikhs as its chief architects. Their economic prosperity and notion of equality are popularized through a few Bollywood movies...
By Himadri Banerjee in


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