singhbj singh

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  1. Elementary Teacher
  2. Gurmat Center Society Camp Teacher Abbotsford, BC Gurdwara Siri Guru Singh Sabha Society Religious education worker ( NOC: 4217 ) Edmonton, AB Gurdwara Siri Guru Singh Sabha Society Cook ( NOC: 6242 ) Edmonton, AB
  4. Good Girls Marry Doctors
  5. The Indians Are Coming All under 25s may be asked to produce valid ID
  8. Bus timings & fares Airport/Jalandhar/24-01-2017 Other option is to take (Metro) Airport Express Line to New Delhi Railway Station and catch a train to Jalandhar.
  9. "B/c this is the legacy of my Guru. B/c my heart is full of a revolutionary idea: yes, we can & we will." Balpreet #Kaur at #womensmarch.
  11. 6h6 hours ago American Turban ‏@americanturban Hope to see a Women's March in Punjab some day.
  12. Sikh fathers who take their sons and daughters to the historic #WomensMarch. This is my America.
  13. American Turban retweeted 15h15 hours ago Susan Abram ‏@sabramLA Volunteers from local Sikh community hand out free bowls of chickpeas and rice to grateful marchers. #womensmarchla
  14. 13h13 hours ago Claudia Koerner ‏@ClaudiaKoerner A group of Sikh men are here handing out free water. Wouldn't accept cash when one woman offered.
  15. Jaipal Singh– ‏@chaatrik 500 years ago, Guru Nanak preached Oneness and fought for women's rights. #Equality #Truth #Justice #Love #Women #WhyIMarch #Cincinnati
  16. 9h9 hours ago Simran Jeet Singh ‏@SikhProf Sikhs around the US spent the day supporting women's rights and offering free food. These are our traditions! #WomensMarch
  18. Amazing to see Sikh women standing with #BlackLivesMatter at the #WomensMarch. Intersectional solidarity is real. ✊🏾✊🏿✊🏽
  19. Rubinder Kaur & her kids march in the #AustinWomensMarch! Loving the #Kaur Power and #Singh Solidarity!
  20. Can someone post the full clip of Jesse Singh - Chairman, Sikhs of America.
  21. Here’s What Solo Startup Founders Are Missing Out On My first startup, the Sikh Coalition, was born in New York in the wake of 9/11, with the mission to create a world where Sikhs may freely practice and enjoy their faith and to foster strong relations with their local communities. My five other co-founders were essential for getting it off the ground. Everyone demonstrated extreme commitment and brought a variety of backgrounds in law, community organization, technology, and finance. Since the organization was born under extreme circumstances, we had countless heated discussions about strategy and tactics. But because we shared a high level of trust, the group would instinctively defer to the person with the expertise in the matter being discussed, and these episodes were almost always constructive. Read full article at