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  1. WJKKWJKF, I am an Amritdhari Sikh. As a part of work, I have to visit Singapore for four days ( might be posted permanently there ). Currently, I live in India. It is becoming really very hard to convince about removing kirpan for traveling. For the flight, I have heard that we can check-in our kirpan in the luggage and take it on an international flight. People suggest to perform Ardas and wear it on reaching the destination. However, I found that kirpan is also not allowed on Singapore MRT ( mass rapid transportation). So even if I take it on the flight, I won't be able to take it further through MRT. It is becoming really hard for me to digest living without kirpan as I might be posted to Singapore permanently next month. Source: https://www.quora.com/Is-kirpan-allowed-in-Singapore-MRT. Can somebody please suggest how should I cope up with such situation? I have to travel next week. How do Amritdhari Sikhs in Singapore manage?
  2. Vangali: Sikhs Of Serangoon Saturday, 27 August, 19:00 Clive St, Singapore, Singapore VANGALI: Sikhs Of Serangoon An Original Theatre Production, focused on the contributions of the Sikhs in Singapore. Set in the 1930s in the same neighbourhood, this play returns the lesser-known figures from local history to the fields, streets, canals, and homes of the Serangoon Road area. The lives of a Sikh dairyman, washer man, and guard are the main streams through which this story explores the decisions of early migrants to settle in Singapore. Their lives are braided together with that of others on the island, each adding a meander to the course of the story. Together, they remind us that we have always been familiar strangers on this island. Another interesting feature about this theatre play is how a mobile app is used as an engaging tool throughout the play. Join us in the days of bullock cart. Source - http://heyevent.com/event/mbpme442by732a/vangali-sikhs-of-serangoon
  3. 3/4: Khalsa Chefs. Teens and adults get a chance to prepare their own dish and vie for the Khalsa masterchef title. Contact: Manveer @9147 6355 Source - http://asiasamachar.com/2016/03/17/vaisakhi-2016-programme-listing-malaysia-singapore-thailand-indonesia/
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