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  1. Sant jis interview with a NRI i think Mr Bains, Sant ji tells Mr Bains about his meeting with a man called Swaran Singh who was in indira gandhis government quite eye opening interview about the government and police discrimination against Sikhs in those times. Some things have not changed much
  2. Comedian, 27, is ridiculed for saying she felt 'threatened' and 'scared' when four Sikh men boarded her plane, questioned why they were allowed to fly and described them as a 'different type of Muslim' Jess Hilarious has been forced to apologize after posting a series of videos to her four million followers in which she confused Sikh men for Muslims The comic says: ' Where are they going?' filming the men as they got on the plane She later adds: 'If I'm scared, I'm scared. F**k y'all. I felt threatened' Jess, who appears on Fox comedy Rel, continues her tirade after bein
  3. 'In India, Sikhs fear cops the most & Panjab shows highest police dread' IP Singh | TNN | Updated: Jun 12, 2018, 13:24 IST JALANDHAR: Sikhs have highest level of fear of police amongst the religious communities of India, according to a report on policing in the country. In state-wise analysis, Punjab has the highest incidence of "police fear." Religion-wise distribution of "police fear" analysed in the Status of Policing in India Report 2018 by Common Cause and the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies shows
  4. In many ways Japan is a place to be admired not just for its high tech industry but also there strict criteria and refusal to grant just anyone willy nilly citizenship or nationality status. This has helped it to preserve their culture and religion and way of life especially against islam and islamification however it does have detrimental effects on peaceful loyal ethnic and religious minorities who wish to stay and live and have a future in japan. Like the case of our fellow Sikhs in the video below.
  5. The recent ruling on employers/businesses in the EU being allowed to ban overt religious/political signs/symbols like headscarfs will probably have an impact on Sikh turbans as a company can claim they want workplace with no religious clothing showing to create a neutral one size fits all policy. It would obviously have a negative impact on already discriminated and prejudged Sikh men of south asian background/ brown skin with facial hair and on top of it them not being allowed to wear their own turbans.
  6. AMRITSAR: Sikhs in the UK have blamed the government for ignoring the incidents of hate crimes directed at the community. "The Sikh Federation, UK was dismayed when the Hate Crime Action Plan was issued in July, which appeared to have been written as though the estimated 750,000 British Sikh community did not exist," said Gurjit Singh of the Federation to TOI on Thursday. He said the body had written to Prime Minister Theresa May, UK home secretary Amber Rudd and secretary of the state at the department for communities and local government Sajid Javid about the hate crime directed towards
  7. I was wondering if anyone can help me. I'm a journalist working on a piece about anti-Sikh discrimination, and the way in some perceive that the government tends to focus instead upon fighting discrimination against the Abrahamic faiths. I'm looking to speak to anyone who has experienced discrimination on account of their faith or aspects of Sikh traditional dress / appearance. Anyone here who could share some experiences with me?
  8. Its just hard when religions, keep fighting over each other. They keep mocking each other, and I hate it. I believe that everyone is equal. But, now people keep saying that " if you are not a Christian you will go to hell, or if you are not a Muslim you go to hell. I believe that everyone is equal, and that we will all be judged by our actions. I am a Sikh, and there is another problem. Why are people discriminating peoples castes. Our Gurus told us that everyone is equal. I hope that one day that we will all be equal.
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    Nervous about dealing with discrimination when I apply for jobs. Will businesses have headwear and facial hair rules? How have others dealt with this? Are there companies I should avoid? Thanks.
  10. http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.shapia.santabantatab http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=vipin.Crazyprofile.SantaBanta This app's needs to be reported to google play store. Look what is says in one of the descriptions: " "
  11. Sikh pilot alleges Emirates denied him a job because he wears a turban New Delhi: A pilot has alleged discrimination by the Gulf-based Emirates Airlines, saying that after being shortlisted for an interview he was turned down only because he wears a turban. CNN-IBN has accessed the email exchange between the airline and the pilot. He has been a pilot for almost nine years now, flying more than 5,500 hours both nationally and internationally. But after being shortlisted for an interview with gulf-based Emirates airlines, he didn't get the job because he is a turbaned Sikh. "I got to know from
  12. Many Sikhs outside of the Punjab state that they are discriminated against by non Sikhs. Many have resorted to cutting their Kesh and talking only in Hindi to get jobs. Chandigarh: The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today claimed that the refusal to issue licences to Punjabi youths, who have passed matriculation with Punjabi as one of the main subjects, for recruitment of conductors in the Chandigarh Transport Undertaking (CTU) was an well-planned attack on Punjabi language and culture. The party said one of the key reasons for the Sikhs being the most unemployed religious group in urban areas
  13. Did Anyone watch that farce on sikh channel last night, should have been a fair debate about this law the goverment, wants to bring regarding so called caste discrimination, was mostly ravidassias having a rant. So wheres the discrimination, are they starving or are the living on the streets, dont have jobs, or is it they dont get medical treatment are there lives in danger ?, And as usual Sikhs were under represented, i think there was only a few and they didnt say much,. What a load of nonsense , what caste discrimination?, these so called low castes, have good jobs , businesses, nice home
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