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Didi any others catch this programme last night on the BBC? It is on IPlayer. Worth a watch to see how people in the world live. http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b06mvwhb/stacey-dooley-investigates-series-7-2-worlds-worst-place-to-be-a-woman
Following the success of the Bhai Nand Lal Project “Street Awareness” seminars last year, EY Sikh Group has kindly offered to host this summers Sikh fundraising Martial Arts event of the year, Fighting for Freedom. Hosted at Waterloo overlooking the Houses of Parliament, join like-minded intelligent individuals and arm yourself with practical knowledge on how to deal with knife attacks, escape grabs and hold ups, and improve your health and breathing using ancient martial exercises. See how the ancient fighting arts of South East Asia are still applicable in the modern context. Along
http://www.change.org/en-CA/petitions/fifa-amend-law-4-and-permit-sikh-children-to-play-soccer-with-their-turbans So, let’s see if we can square this circle: It’s safe for Sikh soldiers to wear turbans in the British and Canadian militaries. It’s safe for Sikh police officers to wear turbans in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. But it’s unsafe for Sikh children to wear turbans on a soccer pitch in Quebec. Huh? Could it be that Quebec religious head coverings are distinct? Are Quebec turbans, keskis and patkas (smaller turbans often worn by children) sentient, malicious and self-propel