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Baisakhi celebrations: Pak issues 2,200 visas to Sikh pilgrims from India Asian News International

During their visit to Pakistan, the pilgrims would, inter alia, go to Panja Sahib, Nankana Sahib and Kartarpur Sahib. They would enter Pakistan on April 12 and would return to India on April 21, 2022

An elderly Sikh man visiting New York was allegedly attacked. Now police are investigating it as a hate crime Alisha Ebrahimji and Pooja Salhotra

Nirmal Singh had only been visiting in New York City for two weeks when he was allegedly punched in the nose while walking, according to police

Gurdeep Pandher celebrates Sikh Heritage Month with bhangra dancers from across Canada Chris Dart

The viral sensation talks about the origins of Bhangra and why 'dance is a great connector'

Designate April 14 as National Sikh Day, says resolution introduced in US Congress Press Trust of India

The US Congress has proposed a resolution designating April 14, the day Guru Gobind Singh founded the Khalsa and when Sikhs around the world celebrate 'Vaisakhi,' as 'National Sikh Day.'

Sikh scriptures brought to UK from Ukraine Tribune News Service

Sikhs distribute food, medicine, warm clothes to stranded Ukrainians

US based Sikh organisation plants 400 sacred forests as part of climate action Press Trust of India

EcoSikh said it has planted a forest of 1,150 trees in Ireland and of 500 trees in Derbyshire, the United Kingdom. In addition, a forest of 250 trees was planted in Surrey, Canada

Plans for Derby statue of prominent Sikh leader approved Sandish Shoker & Nigel Slater

A statue to honour a prominent 18th Century Sikh leader is to be built outside a Derby gurdwara

Fijian abattoir workers, Melbourne's Sikh community assist in NSW flood zone Keely Johnson, Bronwyn Herbert, Emma Rennie, and Zoe Thomson

A group of Fijian men and members of Melbourne's Sikh community are rescuing and cooking for people in flood-affected northern New South Wales

Moscow to Odessa: A common thread of peace, love and harmony — via Afghanistan Divya Goyal

In Moscow, the capital of Russia, the Sikh Culture Centre cum Gurdwara Nanak Darbar located in Varshavskoe, was also opened by Afghan Sikh community nearly 17 years back in 2005 after many of them fled war-torn Afghanistan and got settled in Russia.

Farmers Leading Protests in India—and the Young Feminists Camping With Them—Just Scored a Major Win. Will It Last? Mallika Kaur

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