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  1. source: http://www.panthic.org/articles/2445 WHAT'S BECOME OF LANGAR AND HOW TO REVIVE THE ORIGINAL SPIRIT ? BIBI GURMIT KAUR, ATLANTA When Guru Nanak started the tradition of Langar upon his return to Kartarpur; it was meant to be its literal meaning: ‘The Anchor’ to bind the community together under the principles of Vand Chakna . A simple diet of produce and water which would not only satiate the basic dietary need of the visitors, but of the needy, the servers and the Guru alike in their physical, mental and spiritual quest. Guru Ka Langar since then embarked on its journey en
  2. source: http://www.tribuneindia.com/2009/20090531/main3.htm HC: Courts can decide religious conflicts ‘Unshorn hair essential component of Sikhism’ Saurabh Malik Tribune News Service Chandigarh, May 30 A Full Bench of the Punjab and Haryana High Court today held that courts could enter into “religious thicket” in case of a conflict. Comprising Justice JS Khehar, Justice Jasbir Singh and Justice Ajay Kumar Mittal, the Bench also concluded that “maintaining hair unshorn was an essential component of the Sikh religion”; and that admissions under the Sikh minority community quot
  3. http://www.financial24.org/economy/newsmaker-indias-reluctant-king-set-to-become-pm-again/ The Reluctant King NEW DELHI - Described as a "reluctant king" in his first stint as India's prime minister, the quietly-spoken 76-year-old Manmohan Singh has defied critics to emerge as one of India's most successful political leaders. Singh's Congress-led coalition headed to a clear victory on Saturday over the opposition Hindu-nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party-led alliance. His coalition was about 20 seats short of a parliamentary majority, better than his first 2004 victory. No othe
  4. source: http://news.guelphmercury.com/article/472386 In the name of God People of virtually every religion have committed violence but a prominent professor argues separating religion, politics isn't answer Mirko Petricevic Mercury news services - Saturday, April 25, 2009 WATERLOO When Mark Juergensmeyer jetted off to India to investigate the reasons for the spiral of bloody violence between Sikhs and Hindus during the 1980s, he was unexpectedly whisked back to his youth in the American Midwest. In his research Juergensmeyer, a sociology and religious studies profess
  5. source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Cities/...how/4437647.cms TIMES OF INDIA PM no Sikh, says SGPC chief Makkar 23 Apr 2009, 0432 hrs IST, Khushwant Singh HOSHIARPUR: Whipping up a huge row on Manmohan Singh’s Sikh credentials and in an attempt to counter the Congress party’s propaganda on projecting the prime minister as representative of the community, the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbhandak Committee on Wednesday said the PM is not a Sikh, triggering angry protests from Congress leaders. SGPC chief Avtar Singh Makkar, who said “Manomohan Singh is not a Sikh’’ and kep
  6. FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Sikhs all over the world celebrated "Vaisakhi" on April 14, 2009. Besides remembering the past history and achievements, what legacy are we leaving for the future Sikh generations and the World ? Harbhajan source: http://www.sikhism.com/future Future of Sikhism Mankind's religious future may be obscure; yet one thing can be foreseen. The living higher religions are going to influence each other more than ever before, in the days of increasing communications between all parts of the world and branches of the human race. In this coming religious debate, the Sik
  7. Indian politicians demand protection from flying shoes Fri Apr 17, 2009 2:08pm BST By Bappa Majumdar NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's politicians contesting in the general election, fearful of shoes hurled at them by disgruntled voters, have asked for more security and are erecting metal nets at rallies. Lal Krishna Advani, the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) prime ministerial candidate was the latest politician to be at the receiving end on Thursday, as an angry party worker threw a slipper at him during an election meeting in a central state. The slipper missed Advani, but was eno
  8. FURTHER INFORMATION: Sikhs Proclaim No War Jagmohan Singh - World Sikh News The 36 Sikh organisations which submitted the Appeal American Gurdwara Prabandakh Committee, Anti-defamation Sikh Council for Freedom of Khalistan, USA, Baba Banda Singh Bahadhur Society Abbotsford, Canada, Council of Khalistan, Dal Khalsa International, UK, Daljit Singh Bittu, Presidium Member, Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) (Panch Pardhani), Punjab, Dr. Amarjit Singh, Director, Khalistan Affairs Centre, Washington DC, USA, Gurdwara Sahib Kalgidhar Darbar, Abbotsford, Canada, Gurdwara Sahib Dasmesh D
  9. Pakistan, India urged to spare‘Sikh homeland’ in case of war By Our Special Correspondent LONDON, Jan 27: In a significant development, a broad-based coalition of leading Sikh organisations, based in the Indian state of Punjab as well as representing the worldwide diaspora, has formally asked India to remove all its nuclear weapons and facilities from the ‘Sikh homeland’ and called upon both India and Pakistan to undertake not to target the territory in case of war.A delegation of leading UK-based Sikhs delivered a document setting out their demands to the Indian and Pakistani high
  10. source: http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/...lt-charges.html Sikh priest faces sex crime and assault charges in Kelowna Monday, January 12, 2009 - CBC News A Sikh priest in Kelowna ( B.C. Canada ) is facing charges involving a sexual relationship with a teenage girl and the beating of his wife. Police say Lukwinder Singh, 29, faces charges of sexual assault and sexual exploitation of a minor involving a sexual relationship with the girl that began in October 2007 when she was 15. Police said the girl was not Sikh, but was being helped by the congregation at the temple.
  11. So Large a Tent On My Mind / Columns Date: Nov 17, 2008 By I.J. Singh - The past often looks rosy. Or so we think when we step back into the past, when childhood seemed innocent, and homes and neighborhoods idyllic. Many modern commentators on Sikhism, too, seem to fall into a similar time warp, but they do have a point. When the Gurus walked the Earth, Sikhs seemed idealistic and unmatched in the pristine purity of their faith. The message of the Gurus attracted both Hindus and Muslims – members of the two dominant religions of the day in India. Even during the immediate pos
  12. http://worldsikhnews.com/12%20November%202...ust%20Sweep.htm How Hope and Change Must Sweep The Sikhs? From The Editor’s Desk - WORLD SIKH NEWS WASHINGTON / AMRITSAR: Sometimes, datelines in newspapers can give a clue to the route the thought travels. If our thoughts travelled from Washington to Amritsar, obviously you know what these might be about. Who did not in this wide world spare some time after Barack Obama's victory to think how it will affect his life? Naturally, each community, Sikhs being no exception, did ask themselves as to what lessons they need to learn from an
  13. source: http://www.canada.com/calgaryherald/story....73-6d4cbabe6cd3 U.S. military can regrow human limbs, organs 'Nanoscaffolding' has succesfully regrown fingertips and organs on test subjects Vito Pilieci Canwest News Service Friday, November 07, 2008 OTTAWA - American military researchers say they have unlocked the secret to regrowing limbs and recreating organs in humans who have sustained major injuries. Using "nanoscaffolding," the researchers have regrown a man's fingertip and the internal organs of several test subjects. The technology works by placing a v
  14. http://www.worldsikhnews.com/5%20November%...20We%20Must.htm SIKHS: Change We Must Kalam Nishan Singh The Indian Nation State is luring the Dalit domain into similar mainstreaming. Barack Obama refused to be “mainstreamedâ€. He called for Change, and showed that he is the Change. We have to be made of different stuff than we are out to fight against. It is here that the lessons of an Obama win lie for Sikhs and for the marginalised Dalits, the Blacks of India. Thomas Jefferson made a promise in 1776. This was a promise of a free world. Thomas Jefferson also owned slaves. Thi
  15. source: http://www.tribuneindia.com/2008/20081104/punjab1.htm#2 Jathedar dispels doubts about Dasam Granth Varinder Walia Tribune News Service Amritsar, November 3 The Jathedar of Takht Hazur Sahib, Giani Kulwant Singh, in his message delivered from Nanded today, called upon the Sikh sangat not to raise any objection over the authenticity of the Dasam Granth. The message, delivered on the tercentenary of Parlokgaman (when Guru Gobind Singh left for heavenly abode), the Jathedar claimed that the Dasam Granth was the creation of Guru Gobind Singh. He said Guru Gobind Singh was c
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