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Police said: "Community leaders are doing everything they can." Two men had been arrested and were being questioned about the assault on Mr Sandhu, they added.
LONDON (KP)-- A UK Sikh youth group under the name of ‘Project Naad’ has been discovered to be supporting the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, a fundamentalist Hindu right-wing nationalist movement that has and plans to further distort Sikh history and religion and claims that Sikhs are Hindus.
An International Gatka Exhibition was held on Sunday December 24, 2006 and took place at the Khalsa School in Surrey.
Closing ceremonies took place on Monday December 25 where Sikh pioneers were honoured for their service and hard work in the establishment of the Sikh community in the Lower Mainland.
One caller named Jasminder asserts that when Param came down, it became more like a comedy show and less like a dating show given how the women and audience reacted.He continues that turban-wearing men often feel invisible to women, not literally, but “when it comes to actually going out with someone.” I was inundated with the voices of young women in my school casually referring to facial hair as gross or unattractive (with no intention to hurt my feelings I’m sure) and their preference for guys who were “clean-shaven.” CLEAN-shaven. These are the messages we get from our peers and from the media every day.So naturally I assumed it was highly unlikely that any of my female classmates would ever be interested in dating someone like me.A young Singh in the UK has been in the spotlight the last few days after his appearance on a dating television show called “Take Me Out.” I just heard about it a show on BBC Radio 1 hosted by Nihal, which you can listen to in its entirety here.Nihal speaks with Param, the dating show contestant, and takes comments from listeners, who discuss Param’s appearance on the show and more generally whether turban-wearing Sikh men are discriminated against when it comes to dating and marriage.