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  1. https://www.facebook.com/dailypostpunjabi/videos/426443298076537/ A prominent discussion on Politics and Panjabi topics, celebrities and other relevant subjects in the Panjabi Sikh community and diaspora.
  2. Sat Sri Akaal. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh. This video depicts and portrays the complications and hardships I've witnessed and experienced throughout my life. Moreover, I'm oblivious and wary about how majority of the sangat beholded and contemplated these issues during their schooling years and in a nutshell in life. I'm not solely the only one who underwent these problems and even in a working environment it is these prevalent situations where institutional racism occurs due to 9/11 attack on Twin Towers in a western nation. Therefore, this is just the commencing of my YouTube ventures which I will be willing to share publicly without any fear since I am direct and blunt personality. I would sincerely appreciate it with all gratitude if I can gain more Subscribers, Comments and share it widely to all your family, allies and relatives. For your interpretation to enjoy and view the video content. More videos will come soon. Who wants me to upload a Turban tutorial? As I am tactful and skillful in tying my joora without using the mirror by taking it an advantage or relying upon the mirror. Check out the video below: Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh. Sat Sri Akaal to all the sangat. Stay tuned. God Bless.
  3. https://m.facebook.com/BaruSahibHP/photos/a.312356885474161.72764.294820193894497/1552698324773338/?type=3&source=48&__tn__=EH-R
  4. CHANDIGARH: An unidentified Sikh man, who allegedly groped and kissed a female train co-passenger at a train station in Vancouver, has left both Canadian and Indian police on his trail. The incident dates back to September 23 when the woman was approached by the man at the 22nd Street SkyTrain station in British Columbia, the westernmost province of Canada. Canada's New Westminster police have now sought public help and assistance from Indian authorities, including both Union ministry of external affairs, and Punjab and Delhi governments. "The suspect is an older South Asian man with a white or grey beard," the New Westminister police department note said. "The man complimented the woman on her looks and began following her towards the elevator at the station," it added. According to the note, the Sikh man continued to follow the woman on the station platform, grabbing her and asking for personal information, including her name and phone number. He boarded the elevator with the woman and, once inside, allegedly groped her, the note said. The Candian Police have also uploaded the picture of the stalker on their website. There are over 4 lakh Sikhs in Canada, who account for 1.4 per cent of the country's population. The incident also forced two students in Canada to launch a website that generated thousands of page views and dozens of comments from mostly female commuters who say they've been harassed and assaulted by men on public transport vehicles, Canada's 'The Province' reported. Canada's Transit police have now launched an education campaign to encourage women to report sexual assault in response to this and other growing number of such incidents on buses and SkyTrain. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/nri/us-canada-news/Canadian-Indian-cops-on-Sikh-mans-trail/articleshow/24874628.cms
  5. Looks like our world is proceeding towards an unexpected change? First Americans offer to talk to Taliban, now Indians want to talk to Khalistanis? Do these powers genuinely want peace or are these just a new set of tricks?
  6. I'm from Ontario and I went to Vancouver a few days ago while I was there at a Gurudwara in Surrey I saw chairs and Tables in the Langar Hall. I'm 14 and I asked my cousin who is 20 if it was allowed in Sikhi and he said there was no problem with it. I just want to ask your opinion on this, is it wrong or is there no problem.
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