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By Jagdesh Singh For generations since the first batch of Sikh migrants arrived into Malaya before the 2nd World War, we've pride ourselves in how...

| Opinion | 9 Sept 2016 | Asia Samachar |   By I.J. Singh I came to this country almost a lifetime ago living and speaking a mixture of Punjabi and English, but...

| Sarjit Kaur | Roti for the Soul | Asia Samachar | 31 May 2016 |  The Play We watched in awe, the final leg of Kultar’s Mime theatre performance at...

By Malkeet Singh Sometimes, I wonder how one's life can be changed so dramatically by the environment you're in. In 1974, on the very day...

| I.J. Singh | Opinion | 6 June 2016 | Asia Samachar | After a page or so on the events of 1984 that we all know, this essay focuses on some terms...

| Sarjit Kaur | Roti for the Soul | Asia Samachar | 15 Feb 2016 |  We were awestruck by the heartwarming story and remained fixed in our seats. The...

What happens after the cremation? The last rite for Sikhs usually involves dispersing the remains in flowing water. HARKIREN KAUR has something to say about it. A...

Vishal J Singh | Malaysia | Asia Samachar | 20 April 2015 Gurdwaras are wonderful places. The sacred spaces that constitute the halls and corridors of the Sikh...

| Sarjit Kaur | Roti for the Soul | Asia Samachar | 23 Aug 2016 | The Man who knew Infinity is based on a 1991 book by Robert Kanigel and...

In her latest ROTI FOR THE SOUL column entry, SARJIT KAUR urges us to take off from our fast paced world and strike for balance. She brings in PK, the latest Hindi movie about God that is now showing at the theatres.