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Secret Injustice: The Harpal Singh Case Part II - Shadows
October 26, 2003: California, USA
INS: "because the government of India is a government friendly to the United States, any of [Harpal Singh's] activities that endanger the security of India present a danger to the security of the United States."

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Human Rights Watch Tells India to Protect Gujarat Activists
October 26, 2003: Gujarat, India
by Gurmansa Kaur, sikhsentinel.com staff writer

Three activists, Teesta Setalvad, journalist and women's rights activist, Rais Khan Azeezkhan Pathan, social activist, and Suhel Tirmizi, advocate; have been receiving anonymous telephone calls threatening their lives if they continue to work with the witness of the communal violence in Gujarat in February 2002.

Chirinjeev Singh Sues Chicago Tribune for $100 Million
October 15, 2003: Illinois, USA
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Chirinjeev Singh filed a substantial lawsuit Tuesday morning suing Chicago Tribune reporters Rick Pearson and Andrew Zajac personally and the Chicago Tribune corporally for $100 Million in damages resulting from the searing story "Senate Candidate Too Good to be True," published October 11 and 12.

Roque Gets Death Sentence in Balbir Singh Murder
October 10, 2003: Arizona, USA
Human Rights Violators Given Forum in West
October 10, 2003: UK
by Gurmansa Kaur, sikhsentinel.com staff writer

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EDITORIAL CARTOON
1984: The Killing Field

OP-ED
Mutineers from the Perfect Ship
Bhupinder Singh
October 26, 2003: Ontario, Canada
An older son of a distantly related family member, a few years my junior, once told me of an incident in his life that first made him realize what it was like to be a Sikh in diaspora.

OP-ED
Behind The Great Guru
M. Singh
October 10, 2003: Pakistan
The year is not given, but on the basis of her year of marriage, one can guess that it was around 1473. The writer states that she was born with "super characteristics," but neglects to elaborate what these were. She was named Sulakhani.

DVD for 400th Anniversary of Compilation
Chintan Singh
October 10, 2003: California, USA

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TOP STORIES FROM THE WEB
Sikh riots victims appeal to US
October 31, 2003: Times of India, New Delhi
BSP splits as Baraiyya floats new party
October 30, 2003: Central Chronicle, Bhopal
For Badal, CM-bashing time
October 30, 2003: Times of India, Badiala

Displaced people in their homeland
October 30, 2003: Business Standard, India
Man claims moral victory
October 30, 2003: Argus, California
Homeless Indian women in New Delhi make tearful appeal to Prince Charles
October 30, 2003: CBC, New Delhi
Muslim bullied by Sikhs wins £33,000 award
October 29, 2003: The Herald, UK

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ON SIMMER
U.S. State Department Tells School Children Sikhs are Terrorists
FROM SIKH ARCHIVES

The Myth of Farmers' Prosperity
July, 1998: Institute of Sikh Studies

NEWS BRIEF
State Department Links Video Again
October 26, 2003: Washington D.C.
The U.S State Department removed the link to the terrorism video from their web site for a few weeks - but now it is back. Sikhs are still negotiating to have the video/curriculum distributed to 15,00 middle and high schools recalled.

NEWS BRIEF
Amric Singh Update
October 10, 2003: New York, USA
Over the past two months, the parties have engaged in the discovery stage of trial. By court order in this case, the discovery phase will end in the middle of January 2004.

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I N D I A
Chrétien marks political anniversary
October 25, 2003: CBC News, Amritsar
Punjabi Sikhs flee for better opportunities
October 25, 2003: Washington Times, Chandigarh
Canadian prime minister in India on farewell tour
October 24, 2003: Hindustan Times, New Delhi
Badal's son fails to turn up before Vigilance Bureau
October 24, 2003: India Express
Madonna’s teacher to take yoga classes

October 23, 2003: India Express, Chandigarh
Sehajdharis to move court
October 22, 2003: The Tribune, Ludhiana
Babbar Khalsa terrorists held
October 23, 2003: Times of India, New Delhi
'We will forcibly prevent World Sikh Convention'
October 22, 2003: Times of India, Amritsar
Panel for service rules of jathedars
October 21, 2003: Times of India, Amritsar
Where's India's holocaust museum?
October 14, 2003: rediff.com

N A T I O N
Candidates release campaign spending statements
October 24, 2003: Daily Republic, California
Sikhs set to open first-of-kind center
October 22, 2003: The Argus, New Jersey
Religious bias suit in court
October 21, 2003: Appeal Democrat, California
Bollywood piracy racket busted in California
October 21, 2003: Times of India, California
Invasion victim clings to life
October 20, 2003: modbee.com, California

Sikhs laud Arizona hate killer's death sentence
October 20, 2003: Contra Costa Times, California

W O R L D
Air India trial told charity money was diverted
October 24, 2003: CTV News, Canada
Gurdwara scoops architecture awards
October 23, 2003: Ealing Times, UK

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