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The Tribune - Golden Temple [Harmandar Sahib] inspires US students to organise langar

Washington, 18 September 2014. Inspired by the “langar” of the Golden Temple, where they visited early this year, a group of US students are organising their free meal day at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. 439 more words

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The Tribune - Security around Golden Temple up; ID proof mandatory for stay at SGPC inns; Guards frisk visitors at shrine’s entrance

Perneet Singh, Tribune News Service

Amritsar, September 17. To strengthen security at the Golden Temple in view of the recent threat call, the SGPC has made it mandatory for the pilgrims to produce their identity proof for getting accommodation in its “sarais” (inns). 283 more words

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Sikh24.com - One Day Exhibit on Sikhs and the Great War in Malton, Canada

Sikh Soldiers in World War I

Mississauga, Canada, 16 September 2014. The Sikh experience in the First World War will be the focus of a special, one-day exhibit happening later this month in Malton as part of Doors Open Mississauga. 356 more words

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The Tribune - On mission rescue, SGPC team leaves for J&K

Perneet Singh, Tribune News Service

Amritsar, September 16. The SGPC has embarked upon one of its biggest resource mobilisation drives in recent times to provide succour to the flood-hit in Jammu and Kashmir. 299 more words

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Dawn - Friday to be ‘Go Nawaz Go’ Day: Imran

Dawn.com

Islamabad, 17 September 2014. Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan announced on Tuesday that the upcoming Friday would be marked as ‘Go Nawaz Go’ Day and a ‘Day of Deliverance’. 207 more words

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Dal Khalsa praises UK for showing political maturity in allowing Scottish people to shape their destiny

Amritsar, 15 Juni 2014. In the backdrop of Scotland going for referendum on Thursday, the Dal Khalsa said it displays the political maturity of the UK in allowing Scottish people to have its say in shaping their destiny. 297 more words

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Sikh24.com - Sikhs Volunteers at Golden Temple Continue to Feed People Displaced by Kashmir Floods

Amritsar Sahib, 14 September 2014. Guru Ramdas Langar Hall (free community kitchen) of Supreme Sikh shrine, Shri Darbar Sahib, which is commonly known as the “Golden Temple”, has continued to send consignments of langar (food prepared by volunteers) to the flood-hit areas of Jammu & Kashmir by air. 174 more words

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