Our Best Friends
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In 1984 India, He Dared To Call A Spade A Spade:
Rajni Kothari 1928 - 2015
He is best remembered as the courageous co-author of “Who Are The Guilty?“
A Man of Integrity In A Sea Of Yahoos:
J. Edward Bird & The Komagata Maru Tragedy
Dark chapter in Canadian history included an unsung hero, among the first who can be called a defender of civil rights.
W. Owen Cole:
Sikh Scholar & Populariser
Owen Cole, who has died aged 82, is synonymous with the study of Sikhism.
Furthering Sikh & Punjabi Studies in Japan:
Translator of Japji Sahib into Japanese.
Max Arthur Macauliffe -
He Introduced Sikhi to the English-Speaking West
Dr HARBANS SINGH
His Punjabi assistant, Muhammad, reported that Macauliffe was reciting the Japji minutes before his death.
Lieutenant Brian Murphy:
What I've Learned
An Interview by CAL FUSSMAN
I was just doing my job.
C.F. ANDREWS: Eye-Witness To Sikh History T. SHER SINGH
MONDAY, JUNE 11, 2012: "The pain upon the faces of these people reminded me of the shadow of the Cross. What was happening to them was truly a crucifixion ...."
The Champions Amidst Us HARPREET SINGH
Her reputation as a strict disciplinarian didn’t always earn her the ‘favorite teacher' moniker with the students, but this trip to the skating rink changed my view of her.
Tagore's Repudiation of British Knighthood After The Jallianwala Massacre ARCHIVES
"The time has come when badges of honour make our shame glaring in the incongruous context of humiliation, and I for my part wish to stand, shorn of all special distinctions ..."
Leader, Mentor, Friend:
by RUPINDER KAUR
Whenever I would meet with him, he greeted me with a “Sat Sri Akal” and his “Waheguru Ji ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji ki Fateh” was always impeccable and perfect.