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Life On The Farm RAVNEET KAUR SANGHA
A number of you are going to make fun of me and invariably say, ‘what do you expect, you do live on the farm, don‘t you?’
Sikh-Briton Assumes Leadership Of Global Recycling Industry:
Ranjit Singh Baxi
New head of global organisation that facilitates free & fair trade of recyclables in a sustainable, competitive world economy.
City Mouse, Country Mouse NIKKI FOTHERINGHAM
Here, I can still buy a house at an affordable price and my groceries don't require a second mortgage.
Giving Gifts Should Never Be An Obligation KEN GALLINGER, Ethical Issues Columnist
It’s time to ask yourself the purpose of your parties. Is it to accumulate more trinkets to dust once a month?
Their Hard Work Bears Fruit In An Arid Land D.J. WALTER SCOTT
Four Sikh families, comprising about 20 members, have come a long way to develop the about 300 acres of fallow land into an orchard.
Sardar Pritpal Singh Bindra
1930 - 2015
Dr Bhai HARBANS LAL
He translated the poetry of Bhai Nand Lal Goya and Bhai Gurdas into English.
World Hails Good Samaritan:
NewZealander Harman Singh
A Cook Abroad:
Renowned Scottish Chef Visits His Roots In Punjab -
ANNIE BROWN & BBC DOCUMENTARY
The trip was his first proper visit to Punjab after being born and raised in Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Let Your Life Sing
I imagined my son your age one day - a young man with brown skin - and I couldn't breathe.
Being Number One:
Mehar Kaur & The Khalsa School
At The Spelling Bee Of Canada
“We play a lot of spelling games in the club. It’s not overnight, it’s years of hard work.”