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What Is In A Name?
The Roundtable Open Forum # 69
by NAVEEN KALIA
Kevin is actually Sushmit Singh and Eric's real name is Asmit Singh. Patrick is Sarabdeep Singh. There is a Stephen and Smithy in the family as well.
1984: The Lessons of History
The Roundtable Open Forum #68
by I.J. SINGH
Jews, who were being increasingly targeted by Nazis in brutal violence, formed only one percent of Germany’s population, but were a prominent visible minority.
The Bilingual Advantage: The Roundtable Open Forum # 67 by CLAUDIA DREIFUS
The conventional wisdom was that bilingualism was a disadvantage. Some of this was xenophobia. Thanks to science, we now know that the opposite is true.
Dya Singh: Ruminations of A Hirsute Minstrel by DYA SINGH
What is the big deal, we might all ask ... I was surprised as to how much it affected me. I do have quite nice legs, if I may say so, but to see one of them shaved was disgusting!
Now That Osama bin Laden is Dead ...
The Roundtable Open Forum # 65
by I.J. SINGH
As a Sikh, I am profoundly concerned. The past ten years have seen many hate crimes against innocent Sikh-Americans, including murder ...
Nitpicking on 1984: The Topsy-Turvy World of Lord Haw-Haw by I.J. SINGH
I have received e-mails from certain individuals in India challenging the right of Sikhs abroad to question India's policies as "interference" in India's internal affairs.
Sikh Men's Group
Sikh men, 18 years and over, are invited to an inaugural meeting of The Sikh Men's Group on Saturday, May 7, 2011, at 6.00 pm.
To Swim Or Not To Swim:
The Roundtable Open Forum # 63
THE MAN IN BLUE
Most Sikh parents will allow their daughters to take part in school swimming during their primary school days. But, in secondary school ...?
Enough is Enough:
A Call To Arms
The Roundtable Open Forum # 62
by JAIKAR SINGH
The time to wait for the other side to act reasonably is over. Now, it is time to make them act reasonably. No matter what it takes!
Why No Halal For Sikhs?
The Roundtable Open Forum # 61
by SONNY SINGH
The most common argument I usually hear to explain the halal ban is simply that the Rehat Maryada says so. Is this a sufficient reason in and of itself.