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Gurfatehji. Through one of the matrimonial sites I came across a gursikh,well educated,from a decent family & seemed to be mature. He was an NRI.After fw days of interaction online (had spoken to him once on the phone though),he told me that he had a health issue years ago but was nw completely cured. It didn't affect me in the least as I had begun liking him and his honesty spoke volumes I felt.My parents after some thought too felt that it was alright as he had been honest about his health.fine. two days later I shared my health issue with him but things came to an end.I wanted to share
**First Ever Coventry Sikh Society Event** https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=682147508463610&set=a.570062073005488.1073741829.570050406339988&type=1&theater Talk by Jagraj Singh from Basics-of Sikhi talking about Sikhi Science & Atheism. https://www.facebook.com/events/176216362582502/
SIKHI CAMP 2013 Monday 26th – Saturday 31st August 2013 Watching the dust settle on your desk? Absentmindedly checking twitter? Staring out the window at yet another snowflake falling from the sky?? What you need is a SUMMER BREAK! The onset of spring brings with it another joy – planning out the glorious summer ahead. And what better way to end it then with BOSS CAMP 2013! Yes, it is back and better than ever of course ;-) Since the first Sikhi Camp in 1996, thousands of students and young people have enjoyed the experience of this unique Sikh retreat. Not convinced? Well, hav
FB Event: http://www.facebook.com/events/332837380121105/ Youtube Promo: Poster: http://www.flickr.com/photos/1guk/7232915456/in/photostream Event Information: http://www.1guk.com/event/1g-injustice-tour-june-2012 1G UK Present, Two Talks on "Injustice -- a story for every Sikh must hear" in West and East London. This Talk will look at the Injustices faced by the Sikh Community in India, focusing not just on 1984 but since the British Raaj. The talker, a young and vibrant individual, will provide a very thought provoking and emotional account of the Sikh Story. West London (Slough) -