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  1. Probably wants to further his political ambitions like getting a cabinet job
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    Sikh man attacked in phuket

    So, I guess main reason it happened is alcohol intoxication.
  3. Premi5

    Sikh man attacked in phuket

    What do you mean? Sorry if I am missing something
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    Need info about swami ram Singh ji

    From Bihar I think, mainly speaks Hindi
  5. https://www.asianimage.co.uk/news/17920731.jay-singh-sohal-honoured-points-light-award/
  6. Any sangat in Slough or Birmingham who can report on how Tanmanjeet Singh and Preet Kaur are doing?
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    Sikh man attacked in phuket

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    Sikh man attacked in phuket

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    Best martial art to learn?

    That's impressive Why do you recommend HIIT? Thanks
  10. Premi5

    Punjab floods

    What’s your source for this being planned?
  11. Premi5

    Sikh man attacked in phuket

    Is this your opinion? If so, why do you think hotel staff would not care?
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    Sikh man attacked in phuket

    Is it possible for someone like me in their 30's to learn martial art from scratch?
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    City Sikhs Network - London

    http://www.citysikhs.org.uk/track-record/ The Journey and Track Record of City Sikhs City Sikhs have a strong track record in delivering high-value innovative projects and collaborations. Here is a summary of our work and journey: 2018 Onkardeep Singh (youngest south Asian ever awarded) and Jagdev Singh Virdee both awarded MBEs and Krish Raval advisory board member awarded an OBE A historic event celebrating the life of Princess Sophia Duleep Singh held in Parliament and supported by the Women’s Vote Centenary Grant Scheme City Sikhs organise their second Vaisakhi in the Square with the Mayor of London’s office New annual series of ‘Politics in the City’ setup in partnership with CHN Historic launch of an annual Midlands launch of the British Sikh Report Organised 2 events in partnership with the Home Office to encourage more applications from Gurdwaras for the Places of Worship security funding scheme City Sikhs is awarded £10000 to support mental health for the British Sikh community by the National Lottery Fund The British Sikh Report team officially split away from City Sikhs into a separate charitable trust 7000 members and growing 2017 Jasvir Singh and Dr Kamel Hothi both awarded OBEs Charity name rebranded to “City Sikhs” City Sikhs becomes a partner in the “Grand Trunk” project launched at the Guild Hall focusing on stories of partition Strong relationship with the Football Association who provide 300 tickets for matches valued at £10,000 to encourage more Sikhs into watching Football City Sikhs become an official partner for the Vaisakhi in the Square with the Mayor of London’s office Sixth Sikh inspired corporate panel discussion in the city in partnership with BDO accounting firm City Sikhs and City Hindus Network organise their second joint general election hustings in partnership with the Chartered Insurance Institute 2016 Strong relationships developed between a variety of government bodies and City Sikhs Jasvir Singh becomes chair of Faith Forum for London greatly increasing the profile of City Sikhs in interfaith circles Introduction of a mandatory donation based on income for all ambassadors and trustees to provide a new way to fund the charity and increase commitment from volunteers First evening of Indian Classical music held at parliament in partnership with Raj Academy 2015 Successful charity registration with the charity commission becoming a “Voice of British Sikhs” First event in Delhi launching City Sikhs India with mixed success London’s largest general election hustings event in partnership with the City Hindus Network and the Insurance Institute paving the way for strong event partnerships between CHN and CSN Cancellation of City Sikhs Diwali Ball in protest from some Sikh organisations regarding a black Diwali and cancellation of all future social networking events and as a result loss of only revenue stream 2014 First flagship Sikh interfaith event in partnership with St Paul’s cathedral discussing women and faith with an all-female panel First lawyer themed event in partnership with the Association of Asian Women Lawyers Fourth and fifth Sikh inspired corporate panel discussions in the city in partnership with Norton Rose Fullbright law firm and UBS bank respectively First corporate panel discussion event in Birmingham 2013 Launch of the first edition of the British Sikh Report which gains widespread publicity in Asian and mainstream media and paves the way for rich data on British Sikhs for the benefit of government agencies, charities, Sikh organisations and the British public supported by Dr Surinder Hundal and Kulveer Ranger Second and third Sikh inspired corporate panel discussion events in the city in partnership with State Street and UBS banks respectively First Sikh organisation to talk at huge faith events including Limmud and Living Islam 2012 London’s only cross party political panel debate with mayoral candidates held in partnership with Deloitte paving the way for stronger connections between parliamentarians and CSN First themed panel discussion held in partnership with Herbert Smith Freehills focusing on Asians and Sport
  14. https://www.pressdemocrat.com/news/9845086-181/sikh-priest-says-he-was Sikh priest says he was attacked by masked person in Stanislaus County home HUGHSON — A priest at a Sikh temple in Central California says he was assaulted by a masked person who told him to go back to his country, the Modesto Bee reports . Through interpreters, Amarjit Singh says the attacker broke two windows, punched him and shouted obscenities about 9:30 p.m. Thursday before fleeing, the newspaper reports. It was "country, country, country, go back, go back, country," Singh said without the help of a translator. He said his attacker had something in his hand to break the windows. Singh says he assumes the intruder ran off in the temple's nearby overflow, dirt parking lot. Community members in Stanislaus County called it a "racially motivated attack" against the Sikh community. Stanislaus County deputies confirm they received a report saying someone came on to the property and broke two windows.
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    Modern-day singhs being weak.

    What do you mean exactly by "What you see in kaleh is what happens when for decades there is no father figure in the home." ? Also, my observation is the mothers are often seen but less so the fathers

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