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Badal asks Modi to restore dignity pride of Khalsa Panth

Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal on Saturday brought the crucial Sikh issues and the agrarian crisis to the national centrestage, asking the Centre to end the "political, economic and religious discrimination" against the state, Sikh community and the farmers as a "matter of extreme national urgency". Deviating from the prepared script, the CM minced no words in highlighting policies and decisions of the successive Congress governments at the Centre, which had spelt "despair and acute sense of grievance" in the Sikh community.

Pupils sent to Sikh school in shortage

More than 20 pupils have been allocated places at a Sikh-ethos free school in Leeds that they did not choose, amid a shortage of school places. Of the 30 pupils allocated a place at Khalsa Science Academy for next year, only eight named it as a choice.

Vaisakhi Birmingham 2015: Road closures and procession details confirmed

Exclusion zone will be in operation around Handsworth Park and roads will shut an hour before street parades get under way Motorists are being warned about road closures around Handsworth Park and along procession routes on Sunday, April 26, for Birmingham's annual Vaisakhi celebrations. Organisers have confirmed details of this year's event, which marks the anniversary of Sikhism being established as a religion more than 300 years ago and is free to all members of the community.

Parade draws 300,000 for 'beautiful time' in Surrey

It seems Surrey's Vaisakhi parade grows bigger and better every year, with a whopping 300,000 people gathering in Newton's streets on Saturday. "It feels really good to know the community in general is coming out," spokesperson Moninder Singh told the Now.

Row over Leeds children allocated to Sikh ethos free school their parents did not choose

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. MORE THAN 20 children have been allocated to a Sikh ethos free school they did not choose amid questions over when it will move to a permanent base.

Temple home from home for Korea's Sikhs

Down a small back street in a run-down suburb in Pocheon, Gyeonggi Province, is an inauspicious, two-story red brick building. If there were no sign on the outside, it could be mistaken for a school, a factory or even a low-security prison.

Hobart set to celebrate Punjabi New Year for the first time

A vibrant and colourful festival in Punjab, India will be celebrated in Sandy Bay this weekend for the first time in Tasmania. The Punjabi Cultural and Sports Society of Tasmania will be celebrating the Punjab New Year with the festival, Vaiskahi Dhol Dhamaka.

The 'Beloved five' holding the ceremonial swords in front of the procession

An inspiring phrase written on the centerpiece of the procession: 'He alone is known as a spiritual hero, who fights in defence of the truth The first festival is, of course, Easter. Considered one of the most important events in Christianity; the key reason being that Jesus was resurrected and took our sins with him to give humankind a second chance.

Producer of movie Nanak Shah Fakir Harinder Sikka announces withdrawal of movie across the country

Producer of movie Nanak Shah Fakir Harrinder Sikka on Tuesday announced the withdrawal of the movie across the country after meeting having a meeting with Akal Takht Jathedar Giani Gurbachan Singh in New Delhi. As per the reports, Jathedar requested Sikka to make certain changes in the movie during the meeting as per the directions of Akal Takht.

VIDEO: Foreign secretary praises Latchford Gurdwara for engagement with children

THE foreign secretary was in Warrington on Friday to visit the town's only Sikh temple where he commended the efforts in place to keep youngsters engaged. Philip Hammond joined Warrington South's Conservative candidate David Mowat at Warrington Guru Nanak Gurdwara, in Latchford, on Dover Road, in the week the temple celebrated Vaisakhi - the Sikh New Year.

Surrey's Vaisakhi parade draws 300,000 for 'a beautiful day and a beautiful time'

It seems Surrey's Vaisakhi parade grows bigger and better every year, with a whopping 300,000 people gathering in Newton's streets on Saturday. "It feels really good to know the community in general is coming out," spokesperson Moninder Singh told the Now.

Thousands of Valley Sikhs mark New Year with Vaisakhi celebration

From a helicopter the scene might have looked something like confetti as the crowd made its way down Highland Avenue, following several large parade floats. They had started at Sahib Sikh Center of the Pacific Coast, a temple in Selma, for the biggest Sikh celebration of the year: Vaisakhi.

Special day for Sikhs

MEMBERS of the Sikh Community in Fiji gathered at Lautoka's Gurudwara Sikh Temple yesterday to mark a special event on their religious calendar. The event is a harvest festival of the Punjabi region which also marks the Punjabi new year and it is especially important for the Sikh community as it marks the establishment of the Khalsa which is also known as the Khalsa Sirjana Divas.

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Surrey Vaisakhi parade takes place after Narendra Modi inspires patriotic wave for India

It's also the day when hundreds of thousands of people will gather in Surrey for the annual Vaisakhi parade. But it carries special significance for Sikhs because Vaisakhi also commemorates the founding of a military order called the Khalsa by Guru Gobind Singh.

Thousands of people celebrate the Sikh festival of Vaisakhi in...

Thousands of Sikhs were joined by other members of Gravesend's diverse community to celebrate one of the most important dates in the religion's calendar - Vaisakhi. Set up on the Gurdwara's sports field there was a large range of activities for people to enjoy, including free traditional Indian cuisine, a fun fair for youngsters and stalls offering services, like membership to organisations such as the Khalsa Bikers.

Hindu and Sikh community involvement fuel Maryland program's success

Last year, I wrote about how the Hindu-Sikh teacher training workshops in Montgomery County Public Schools could be a template for teacher education across the country. Since then, the program has grown within Montgomery County, galvanizing two communities who have been part of the region's social fabric for decades, while allowing teachers to become more comfortable and empowered in teaching about Hinduism and Sikhism, the world's third and fifth largest religions, respectively.