Palbinder Kaur Shergill is a leading human rights advocate.
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"A third culture kid is a person who has spent a significant part of his or her development years outside their parents' culture. The third culture kid builds relationships to all the cultures, while...
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In honor of the Sikh holiday of Vaisakhi, more than 500 Sikh volunteers gathered in New York City's Times Square on Saturday to teach tourists and passers-by about their faith in a memorable way. The...
The Sikh immigrant from India was convicted of making bombs that were stuffed into luggage and planted on two planes.
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Making NYPD 'as diverse as possible'.
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A Sikh community in New Jersey came together this weekend in an attempt to feed more than 13,000 people in need of a free meal. Over 500 volunteers from Jersey City's Nanak Naam Jahaj Gurudwara cooked...
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"What happened to me pales in comparison to the hate and violence many of my brothers and sisters have faced across the country."
One family's experience of the violence.
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The 24-year-old woman from Berkshire described her entry as 'absolutely humbling'.
Very few would know that Patparganj, literally standing tall with its numerous housing societies, witnessed a battle in 1803 that defined the subsequent history of Delhi, and India too. Or that Tis Hazari, usually teeming with worn-out, anxious litigants at its famous district courts, may have been named after the 30,000 Sikh soldiers who once camped here. Or that Dhaula Kuan, literally translating to "white well", perhaps referred to a pit-stop used by Mughal emperor Shah Alam II.