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  1. Fifty-five arrested after armed siege at Sikh temple in protest over interfaith marriage Police cordoned off a wide area outside the temple CREDIT: PA Henry Bodkin 11 SEPTEMBER 2016 • 6:03PM Armed police surrounded a Sikh temple after scores of men, some carrying swords, stormed the building reportedly in an attempt to disrupt an interfaith wedding. Fifty-five people were arrested for aggravated trespass followi
  2. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3781192/Wife-British-man-lover-plotted-murder-husband.html Wife of devout British Sikh and her lover 'plotted to murder her husband by putting sleeping pills in his dinner then slitting his throat with a butcher's knife' on holiday in India Sukhjit Singh, 34, of Derby, was found dead in a house in India last week His wife and his childhood best friend are now accused of killing him Ramandeep Kaur Mann was allegedly having affair with Gurpreet Singh By KEILIGH BAKER FOR MAILONLINE PUBLISHED: 08:19, 9 September 2016 | UPDATE
  3. There is bbc open day in Birmingham in a few weeks time. Tickets are free. This is a great opportunity to speak to nihal at BBC Asian network and make our feelings clear. The sangat could use this as a opportunity to express our disgust on the double standards of the BBC when it comes to sikhs.
  4. Guys here is your chance to meet the infamous BBC ASAIN NETWORK PRESENTERS: http://www.bbc.co.uk/showsandtours/shows/birmingham_open_day_7nov15 BBC Birmingham Open Day Apply NowBBC Birmingham is opening up the doors to its Mailbox HQ, offering you the chance to get behind the scenes and discover the secrets of television and radio. Explore the home of The Archers - the world's longest-running radio soap, meet some of your favourite presenters from Midlands Today, BBC WM, and the BBC Asian Network, or perhaps have a go acting alongside the cast of Doctors, BBC One's popular daytime drama.
  5. Wjkk Wjkk As the sangat may be aware the BBC is running a consultation regarding its future. In particular this is an opportunity for sikhs to use this to express their displeasure regarding anti -sikh programmes like the nihal show on BBC Asian network and anti -sikh bias in the news such as lack of coverage of the hunger strike by bhapu surat singh and human rights abuses in India. Here is the link http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbctrust/have_your_say
  6. Surely these things can be resolved without going to the courts : http://www.expressandstar.com/news/local-news/2015/04/04/wolverhampton-sikh-worshippers-in-wheelchairs-forced-to-sit-behind-screen/ PUBLISHED: April 4, 2015 12:45 pm LAST UPDATED: April 4, 2015 12:51 pm Wolverhampton Sikh worshippers in wheelchairs 'forced to sit behind screen'Worshippers are suing the largest Sikh temple in Wolverhampton after accusing it of discriminating against the elderly and disabled - by making people in wheelchairs sit behind a screen. Dee Kaur, Wolverhampton Sikh Forum vice chairman Iqbal Kaur, Har
  7. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/india/11275517/Fifteen-Indians-blinded-after-surgery-with-suspected-infected-tools.html Fifteen Indians blinded after surgery with suspected infected tools Criminal investigation launched against NGO and doctors who carried out cataract operations without consulting health authorities Joginder Singh, Payar Kaur and Joginder Singh (from left) are among the patients who lost their eyesight after undergoing surgery at an eye camp in Amristar Photo: NARINDER NANU/AFP/GETTY By Reuters 1:23PM GMT 05 Dec 2014 Fifteen Indians lost their s
  8. http://www.theguardian.com/world/guardianwitness-blog/2014/nov/06/guru-nanak-gurpurab-sikh-festival-pictures Can everyone please post on Guardian Witness: Celebration of the founder of Sikhism - Guru Nanak Gurpurab: share your picturesToday Sikhs all over the world are celebrating the birth of the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak. Share your photos, videos and experiences with us via GuardianWitness Share50 inShare0 Email Rachel Obordo theguardian.com, Thursday 6 November 2014 12.05 GMT An Indian Sikh priest sits behind the Sikh Holy Book during a ‘Jalau’ inside the Golden Temple
  9. been watching on PTC channel for last few days there has been heavy rain in Amritsar. Maybe a sign of global warming? Don't remember this ever happening before.
  10. It is hearbreaking to hear of this horrific story. Afgan Sikhs have been abandoned by the authorities, but they have been abandoned by our people as well. We should have a good look at our selves and how the panth helps its own. Can anybody help by starting a relief fund for our brothers and sisters?
  11. Illegal immigrants in Tilbury shipping container were 'Sikhs from Afghanistan' Police reveal more details about 35 men, women and children - including one fatality - found in distress in dockyard By David Barrett, Home Affairs Correspondent 2:45PM BST 17 Aug 2014 The illegal immigrants found screaming for help inside a shipping container at an Essex dockyard were Sikhs from Afghanistan, police have revealed. The officer leading a homicide inquiry after a man’s body was found inside the container along with 34 other people, including sever
  12. One thing I can't get my head around... Why has Sikhi not become more widespread in Latin America? According to the article there is only ONE gurudwara in the whole of South America. Is this due to shortcommings by out people not being able to spread the word of Guru Nanak? When you consider other faiths have been able to make large gains there? What do you think?
  13. The Sikhs originally came to Argentina in the early 19th century to work on a British-built railroad. Later, in the 1970s, others came after being barred entry to Canada and the United States, the preferred destinations, along with Britain, for the emigrants. At the time, Argentina seemed the most promising of South American nations, and so they stayed, eventually concentrating in the north, which reminded them of the scrappy mountains and plains of Punjab. Today, there are 300 of them, many of whom run supermarkets and other shops. Mixed marriages with Catholic Argentines are common. Altho
  14. This news is welcome, especialy since the sister school, Nishkam Primary School was rated :requires improvement in all inspection areas in its earlier ofsted inspection which lead to the resignation of the head teacher Narinder Brach. ther is still no new head teacher in situ This came without any pre-warning to parents, hopefully now they can move forward. It is also interesting to note that the Nishkam School Trust is due to take control of Anand Primary School in Wolverhampton.
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