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Pride & Perseverance:
Yuba City's Amandeep Singh
"I think it is very important to see members of the Sikh faith in law enforcement roles ..."
An Inside Look at The Brain
With Senior Scientist
Dr Bhavleen Kaur
As a senior scientist, she is involved in the exhibition development process, providing science content direction and research ...
Top Five Regrets of The Dying PAUL WILSON
One of the first steps is simply becoming more comfortable talking about aging and death ...
Malaysian Grand Old Man Sangat Singh Connects School Kids With Space Station SHALINI RAVINDRAN
Led by station controller Sangat Singh, the pupils asked their questions clearly, such as - “Is it hard to eat in space?”
Harkiran Wanda Kaur:
Master Seaman, Royal Canadian Navy
An Intervew with JAGPAL SINGH TIWANA
When I started to read the Guru Granth, it immediately stood out to me and I was in awe! I knew I had to learn more.
Circle of Light PRISCILA UPPAL
Each woman is to tell a story with some connection to light -- literal or metaphorical -- and then open "The Book of Light."
Canadian Navy Now Boasts Turbaned Sikh Woman Sailor NEWS REPORT
The Canadian Forces now allow both Sikh men and women to wear turbans and the Sikh articles of faith while serving.
How to Balance Your Relationships with God and Your Spouse
For SatJot Kaur, her relationship with God and her husband co-exist and are intertwined with each other.
She Plies an Ancient Profession in Rural Punjab:
As the clock strikes 9 pm, Kuldip Kaur sets out of her house armed with a khunda (a long, wooden stick) and a big torch.
The Age of Loneliness is Killing Us GEORGE MONBIOT
For homo sapiens, the most social of creatures, there’s no such thing now as society.