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Steve Jobs Was Right About Walking CRAIG DOWDEN
“The suppleness of my muscles has always been greatest when my creative energies were flowing most abundantly.”
Lessons In Leadership:
a la Sikhi
A good leader is one who works him-/herself out of a job! He/she creates other leaders.
Postcard From Ludhiana
A strapping young sardar in a resplendent red dastaar and sporting a nascent beard walked in.
A New Kind Of Celebrity:
One of her first videos to go viral was titled "(Stuff) Punjabi Mothers Say" -- it has now been viewed more than four million times.
The Vagaries of Language
The author laments how an age-old term of endearment has now acquired a mundane and functional usage.
Dya Singh Does It Again T. SHER SINGH
Dya Singh has just released his latest CD -- “Sacred Chants of The Sikhs” -- and once again, he’s broken the mold.
An Inspiring Health-Care Experiment in New York JOE PALCA
Something that could be really important in dealing with a medical crisis like Ebola ...
Prestigious Win for ‘Little Putar’ Clothing Range
DONCASTER FREE PRESS
"It's all about making culture cool and celebrating our heritage at the same time."
We Too Bleed Red, White & Blue KAMAL SINGH KALSI
If my time in the Army taught me anything, it's that when adversity strikes we band together and find solutions.
A Lone Voice in the Municipal Council Chambers of a Predominantly Sikh-Canadian Region:
Gurpreet Singh Dhillon
What it will take to help city councils catch up with changing demographics in a region now extraordinarily diverse?