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The Right Tools by INNI KAUR
Let me introduce you to two wonderful DVDs whose main aim is to educate young people about Sikhs.
From "Behzti" to "Behud" by DOMINIC CAVENDISH
"Being offended by things is part of being human. It's part of life. You can't protect yourself from it ..."
They Need Our Help by GURMEET KAUR
A team of 35 spent 18 months in a studio in Punjab to produce this 90-minute low-budget but beautiful film: Bhai Taru Singh.
Bhai Taru Singh by SHARMILA GANESAN-RAM
In a world that wants to ban turbans, a dead hero is privately inspiring hope.
Winds of Change in Bollywood? by I.J. SINGH & RAVINDER SINGH TANEJA
Money talks and, as always, appears to be the big game-changer here.
Gurinder Kaur Chadha: Who Do We Think We Are? by SANGEETA KAUR LUTHRA
This month, she will premiere her upcoming film, It's a Wonderful Afterlife, starring Shabana Azmi, at the Sundance Film Festival.
The 2010 Spinning Wheel Film Festival:
A Call For Submissions
All may apply - submissions from every corner of the globe, from men, women and children, Sikhs and non-Sikhs, are equally welcome.
'Behzti' Playwright Bounces Back With New Play by TERRI PADDOCK
In the highly autobiographical new play, Behud, the playwright attempts to make sense of her experience over her earlier play.
Reality-TV's Here! And It Ain't Pretty! NEWS REPORTS
Three generations of the Grewals star in the second series of British Channel 4's The Family.
Agent of Change by NONIKA SINGH
The child in him is still alive, though he is at the ripe age of 80.