Hail Mothers Everywhere
1020 days ago By Karamjeet Singh
While we celebrate Mothers' Day let's explore very briefly the women in our lives and their position in our society yesterday and today. The onus is on us to make sure that they are equal partners. Blaming society or history would be a cop out. Read On...
A LETTER TO RAHUL GANDHI: 2014 Election in India
1059 days ago By I. J Singh
India’s national elections in April-May 2016 are critical to the world’s largest democracy and the minorities that make it a home. Read On...
BURNISHED OR TARNISHED
1066 days ago By I. J Singh
With an eye on Manmohan Singh, the current prime minister of India with a complex record of success and failure, this essay explores the very human tendency to build memorials to our successes and bury our defeats. What is the legacy of Manmohan Singh? Read On...
KHUSHWANT SINGH: Cassandra with News Good & Bad
1070 days ago By I. J Singh
A controversial but prolific writer and influential commentator on the practice and politics of Sikhi as well global and Indian political realities died at 99 Read On...
Guru Gobind Singh: A Great Proponent of Religious Diversity
1142 days ago By Dr. Bhai Harbans Lal
Guru Gobind Singh worked tirelessly to restore society’s confidence in the time-tested human values of unity in diversity, freedom of faith practices, justice and compassion. Author Bhai Harbans Lal offers his tribute to the tenth Master - champion of human rights and a self righteous great saint soldier. Read On...
A Guru For All Seasons
1195 days ago By Jessi Kaur
It was a momentous day in the family of Mehta Kalu and Mata Tripta. Their son had come of age and it was time to endow him with the sacred Hindu thread. It was the most auspicious of ceremonies. Family Read On...
Kenya’s Motor Rallying Legend Joginder Singh Passes Away
1219 days ago By Kul Bhushan
Famous as the 'Simba' or the lion of Kenya, Joginder Singh Bachu won the world's toughest motor rally, The Safari, in 1974 and 1976 competing against the best of rally drivers from across the world at the World Rally Championship in Kenya. He achieved the legendary status of a national hero in an African country. Read On...
Grace Under Pressure
1240 days ago By Rahuldeep Singh Gill
What is the Sikh peacemaking tradition? Dr. Prabhjot's response to a hate crime has a lot to teach about what Sikh tradition really stands for. Prabhjot’s exemplary comeback to violent attack on him shows us how not to respond to hatred with hatred. Read On...
When Akal Takht Speaks
1246 days ago By I. J Singh
By reference to the history of the Roman Catholic Church a case is made that we need to explore the impact and procedural issues in Hukamnamas that emanate from the Akaal Takht. Hukamnamas deserve respect but have to help us along the journey not hinder us. Read On...
Quebec Sikhs Oppose Proposed Charter
1259 days ago By Sultan Jessa
Quebec’s minority Parti Quebecois wants to ban public employees from wearing turbans, kippas, hijabs and visible crucifixes. Even though members of various faith based communities deplore the idea, unfortunately public support is growing for the charter, Sultan Jessa reports from Quebec. Read On...