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Sikh man Harman Singh acts against religion, removing turban to help injured child

Harman Singh says he did what anyone else would have done when he removed his turban to help a child lying on the road and bleeding. Sikh puts religious rule aside to help boy: Harman Singh did not think twice about removing his turban to crad... http://t.co/PEEu1MYaLs At his home in Auckland on Friday, he heard the sound of screeching tyres and ran outside to find Daejon Pahia, 6, had been hit by a four-wheel-drive.

With mounting controversies, Akalis find solace in religion

Punjab's ruling Shiromani Akali Dal, particularly its first family the Badals, finding itself in the line of fire following controversies, has taken refuge in religion. At least, that's what opposition leaders are saying.

After Punjab tour, Sikh religious yatra to go to other states

A Sikh religious tour of relics of three Gurus will be taken to other states after the culmination of the tour in Punjab later this month. Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Monday announced that the state government and Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee would take the Dharmik Darshan Yatra to the other states to help devotees to have a close look at the relics and offer prayers.

Braving summer heat, thousands throng religious yatra in Punjab

Braving the blazing 42 degrees Celsius plus temperature, thousands of devotees thronged the Takht Damdama Sahib in this Sikh religious town on Saturday to offer prayers at the 'Dharmik Darshan Yatra' which is carrying the relics of three Sikh gurus. The yatra was received by thousands of devotees as it arrived here on Saturday.

HC upholds Sikh's right to carry kirpan

Justice Augustine George Masih has issued the notice after taking cognizance of a petition filed by Dilawar Singh of Kainth Majri village in Ambala district. The case has been fixed for May 12 for further hearing.

Downtown Kent streets to close Saturday, May 9 for Khalsa Day Parade

The Sikh community will host the Khalsa Day Parade from 2-5 p.m. on Saturday, May 9 in downtown Kent, starting at the ShoWare Center. Several downtown Kent streets will temporarily close between 2-5 p.m. on Saturday, May 9, for the Khalsa Day Parade, hosted by the local Sikh community.

David Cameron celebrates Sikh festival with Bedford man

Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Gurpiar Singh had travelled to Gravesend, in Kent, to join his family at the Guru Nanak Darbar Temple to celebrate the festival of Vaisakhi.

Sikh community raises S$20,000 for Nepal quake victims

The Coordinating Council of Sikh Institutions collects S$20,000 in donations for Mercy Relief's relief efforts in Nepal. From left to right: Treasurer of Sikh Welfare Council of Singapore Harmit Singh, President of Khalsa Dharmak Shaba Jagjit Singh Sekhon, Mercy Relief Vice-Chairman Ong Bon Thai and Satwant Singh, Director of Mercy Relief.

Sikh Tory candidate told to remove turban to board plane in Dubai

Amandeep Singh Bhogal, 31, has claimed he was stopped from boarding a plane in Dubai after refusing to remove his turban A Sikh Tory candidate has claimed he was stopped from boarding a plane in Dubai after refusing to remove his turban and religious bangle. Amandeep Singh Bhogal, Northern Ireland's first ever Sikh candidate, said his faith had been 'grossly violated' after being told to remove his turban and Kara bracelet.

Multicultural EmpireUC RIVERSIDE: Conference focuses on young Sikhs

"They carry on Sikh traditions in their own way rather than the way the older generation carries on the traditions," said Pashaura Singh, the chairman of Sikh and Punjabi studies at UCR. Singh said that in the Inland area, more young people are embracing Sikh traditions than in the past, in part because they see classmates and friends whose parents are from countries such as Mexico forge identities that combine elements of both U.S. and Mexican cultures.

Irish Sikh man a candidate in UK polls says he was forced to remove turban in Dubai

Northern Ireland's first-ever Sikh candidate contesting the UK general election has complained that he was allegedly forced to remove his turban by police at Dubai airport. Amandeep Singh Bhogal, a Conservative party prospective parliamentary candidate for the May 7 polls, was on his way back to Belfast when he was allegedly made to remove his turban and 'kara' .

Turning Turban into a fashion statement globally

The blog showcases both male and female, who stylishly adapt turban to their outfit, proving that a turban does not hinder one's ability to be fashionable and modern. Turbans are commonplace in Punjab, but foreign and questioned in the western world.

Five Ks that glue Sikh faith

DID YOU KNOW? Sikhs have five articles of faith natively known as Kakaars or Five Ks. The articles include Kesh-uncut hair, Kanga- comb, Kara-Bracelet, Kirpan-sword and Kachehra - a special type of shorts.

Protecting the right to serve God and country

Our nation was built by people pursuing religious liberty. And our nation's military has long championed this liberty, ensuring-in the words of the Army Chaplaincy motto-that American service members can serve Pro Deo et Patria : for God and Country.

Sikh ethos free school urges parents in places row to see it for themselves

Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. The Khalsa Science Academy principal Brendan English said its ethos was inclusive and focused on respect for all.