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American Sikh Rides to Raise Awareness

American Sikh Rides to Raise Awareness

A Lone Texas Horse Woman Races Marwari Horse in a Boisterous Sikh Ride in the Punjab From childhood, Houstonian Harsangat Raj Kaur took pleasure in mounting the back of a wild horse and riding off on it, guiding it with nothing ...

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Harnoor Gill was named Teen of the Year at sixth annual CIBC Midweek South Asian Awards

Harnoor Gill was named Teen of the Year at sixth annual CIBC Midweek South Asian Awards

Harnoor Gill was named Teen of the Year at sixth annual CIBC Midweek South Asian Awards, held at the Grand Victorian Convention Centre. Born in Hong Kong and raised in Canada, Harnoor Gill, 15, of Indian descendant, is a sophomore ...

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STOP B-U-L-L-Y-I-N-G oNe StEp aT a TiMe

STOP B-U-L-L-Y-I-N-G oNe StEp aT a TiMe

Bullying can date as far back as 1710 when it was first introduced as a “blusterer” or “harasser of the weak”.[i] Bullying has revolutionized according to the way the world has been changed. In today’s modern world with high tech ...

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Hop on aboard the MAD (Making a Difference) train!

Hop on aboard the MAD (Making a Difference) train!

It’s that time of year again! Changing the world and going MAD with me! As you all might know by now, I am a huge fan of going MAD in CTW (Change the World) Campaign. In 2013, we had yet ...

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Childhood talent 1

Childhood talent 1

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The Kids Are Going To Be Alright

The Kids Are Going To Be Alright

In a few weeks, khalsa school will be starting up again… It must have been a quick summer, because it seems just like yesterday we were quizzing our children on the punjabi alphabet and the meaning of several saakhis as ...

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International Cat Day: Happy clawing, meowing and playing

International Cat Day: Happy clawing, meowing and playing

Well that’s just one of the many things that make these furry animals amazing and there is much more to it. Cats have always been considered important on a worldwide scale because they are worshiped in many religions and their remains have ...

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Surrey`s Tanraj Sohal Wins Canadian Chess Championship

Surrey`s Tanraj Sohal Wins Canadian Chess Championship

Chess wizard Tanraj Sohal has won the 2013 Canadian Chess Championship held in Ottawa, Ontario on May 19-20, 2013 in his grade level. SURREY – Chess wizard Tanraj Sohal has won the 2013 Canadian Chess Championship held in Ottawa, Ontario ...

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Teen (Harnoor Gill) named an Eco-Hero

Teen (Harnoor Gill) named an Eco-Hero

Action for Nature recently announced Georgetown teen Harnoor Gill as one of the the winners of its 2013 International Eco-Hero Awards competition, a program to honour inspirational young people from around the globe who are helping to create a better ...

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Understanding the Kirpan

Understanding the Kirpan

Sikhism The Sikh religion is the youngest of the five major world religions.  It originated in northern India in the late 1400s, with its founder, Guru Nanak who was a spiritual teacher and social reformer. He directed people to meditate ...

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