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Indian Cricket Star as a teenager on Trans World Sport – Virat Kohli

Indian Cricket Star as a teenager on Trans World Sport – Virat Kohli

In 2007, Trans World Sport travelled to Delhi to meet an 18-year-old rising star of Indian Cricket by the name of Virat Kohli. Today, he’s the captain of the Indian Test team and one of his country’s most famous faces, ...

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Italians thank sikhs for saving the economy

Italians thank sikhs for saving the economy

The documentary focuses on how the Sikh Community in Italy has transformed the farm sector of the Italian economy. It starts off with a story on how immigrants arrived in Italy and why they immediately went into the farm sector. ...

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1700 Sikh pilgrims cross over to Pakistan to observe Guru Nanak’s birth anniversary

1700 Sikh pilgrims cross over to Pakistan to observe Guru Nanak’s birth anniversary

Undeterred by suicide attack at Wagah two days ago, a group of 1,700 Sikhpilgrims today crossed over to Pakistanby a special train to visit Nankana Sahib to observe the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev. Sikh pilgrims, under the banner of SGPC, DSGMC and others, ...

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New Calgary park named after Alberta’s first Sikh Harnam Singh Hari

New Calgary park named after Alberta’s first Sikh Harnam Singh Hari

His accent was strange, the turban even more so. But when Harnam Singh Hari walked up to a pile of cement bags and hoisted a pair of the heavy sacks at once, that was all the introduction he needed — ...

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My Punjabi Mela

My Punjabi Mela

This time last year I was in Punjab. These are some of the images from that trip. It’s a quarter of the journey which included time in Delhi, Agra & Rajasthan. This was a really important trip for me and ...

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UK changes law on turbans for Sikhs – A Baisakhi gift to Punjabis

UK changes law on turbans for Sikhs – A Baisakhi gift to Punjabis

Amidst calls by a section of the Sikh community to boycott Baisakhi celebrations in protest against Britain’s role in the build-up to the 1984 Operation Bluestar, PM David Cameron has announced a relaxation in rules on wearing turbans in workplaces. ...

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Women restoring Sikh art at Golden Temple

Women restoring Sikh art at Golden Temple

Even though women are barred from performing kirtan at the Golden Temple, a team of women who now shoulder the responsibility of restoration of the fast deteriorating wall decorations within the darbar sahib. Hailing from different parts of India and ...

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Mela Phulkari: celebrating the spirit of Punjab

Mela Phulkari: celebrating the spirit of Punjab

There is something joyful about Phulkaris – the traditional odnis that are made with colourful silk floss on cotton. Women in Punjab drape them during special occasions. Phul means flower and Kari, craft. In the older times, women in Punjab used to ...

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Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s sword acquired by Indo-Canadian Bob Dhillon businessman

Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s sword acquired by Indo-Canadian Bob Dhillon businessman

TORONTO: Calgary-based real estate developer Bob Dhillon, reportedly the first Sikh billionaire in Canada, is elated as he has acquired a piece of Sikh history for the first time in Canada — which is a 33.5-inch long curved sword of ...

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Pakistan to preserve Bhagat Singh’s birthplace as heritage site

Pakistan to preserve Bhagat Singh’s birthplace as heritage site

Pakistan will preserve Shaheed Bhagat Singh’s birthplace at Chak No. 105 GB (now Bangay village) as a heritage site. “The News on Sunday”, weekly edition of the daily “The News International” published across the border, has reported the Faisalabad district ...

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