“Sikhs Protect Us After We Die” Says Singapore Doctor

One of Singapore’s oldest cemeteries “Bukit Brown” has 2 Sikh statues of Sikh Guards next to a Grave belonging to a Prominent Chinese Physician Chew Geok Leong who died in 1939. It is documented at the grave site that he had the statues made while he was alive, so that after he died these statues […]

Sinagporean’s Built Sikh Statues to Protect Them

One of Singapore’s oldest cemeteries “Bukit Brown” has 2 Sikh statues of Sikh Guards next to a Grave belonging to a Prominent Chinese Physician Chew Geok Leong who died in 1939. It is documented at the grave site that he had the statues made while he was alive, so that after he died these statues […]

Malayasia Gurdwara Used as Shelter for Flood Victims

The GS Tg Tuallang, Perak area of Malaysia has witnessed a severe flood which has made people evacuate and seek shelter. The Gurdwara Sahib at GS Tg Tuallang, Perak was being used as a shelter until the waters receded despite part of the Gurdwara Sahib being flooded. The Gurdwara volunteers are actively providing langar to […]

Family Made Documentary to Premiere at the UN Film Festival

This article was originally published on SG Asia City When their nine year-old daughter asked them what it meant to be Sikh, Singapore-based entrepreneur Satinder Garcha (of Hotel Vagabond fame) and his lawyer wife Harpreet Bedi knew a full answer would take some time. Thus began Under The Turban, a documentary that took the family […]

Singh From Ludhiana Discovers Sikh Statues at a Cemetery in Singapore

A Sikh man from Ludhiana Harjinder Singh Kukreja visited a cemetery in Singapore where statues of Sikh soldiers are constructed alongside a grave of a popular Chinese Physician named Chew Geok Leong. Harjinder Singh Kukreja wrote on Facebook: “Exploring the Sikh statues of Bukit Brown Cemetery, Singapore The Sikhs came to Singapore in the 19th […]

Singapore Sikh Becomes Vice-Chairman of a Prestigious International Commission

Sikhs lawyer Davinder Singh the CEO of law firm Drew and Napier was appointed as the vice-chairman of ICC Commission on Corporate Responsibility and Anti-Corruption. The board based in Paris sets rules on trade and commerce and mechanisms and standards used around the world. The ICC is composed of 13 commissions which is comprised of […]

Punjabi Man Ravinder Singh Was Head of Singapore’s Military

Military career Singh enlisted in the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) in December 1982. He was commissioned as a signals officer in December 1986 and served in active duty with the United Nations Iraq–Kuwait Observation Mission (UNIKOM) in Kuwait in 1991. In 1995, he attended the United States Army Command and General Staff College at Fort […]

Singapore President Announces Special Package for Sikhs

PM Lee Hsien Loong pays tribute to the Sikh community Mr Lee says the Government has and will continue to support the Sikh community in many ways. For example, Punjabi and four other minority Indian languages are officially recognised as a second language in schools. By Vimita Mohandas, News 5 SINGAPORE: Prime Minister Lee Hsien […]

Singapore Hospital Amputates Sarina Kaur’s Legs After Procedure Gone Wrong

SINGAPORE: A 51-year-old Indian-origin Singapore woman has filed a lawsuit against a hospital here and its doctors, claiming 8.72 million dollars in damages after complications from a urological procedure caused amputation of her limbs. Sarina Kaur has accused Singapore General Hospital (SGH) and two of its doctors of going ahead with the procedure to treat […]

Why Chinese Made Statues of Sikh Soldiers on Their Cemeteries

One of Singapore’s oldest cemeteries “Bukit Brown” has 2 Sikh statues of Sikh Guards next to a Grave belonging to a Prominent Chinese Physician Chew Geok Leong who died in 1939. It is documented at the grave site that he had the statues made while he was alive, so that after he died these statues […]

Singh Brutally Assaulted With Knives in Singapore, In Need Of Help

Sanveer Singh from Singapore was badly assaulted by a gang after walking home on Monday night. The group assaulted him with knives and cut is wrist, left arm causing fracture and also cutting his legs and fracturing both. Reportedly, the gang was identified by police but no arrests made as of Sunday morning. The doctors […]

Punjabi Man Kills Wife and Now on Interpol’s Most Wanted List

(DSU News Bureau) A man named Gursharan Singh from Punjab living in Singapore was sentences to 30 months in jail for hiding evidence for helping his friend dispose the dead body of his wife. A man named Harvinder Singh got into a domestic dispute with his wife but things turned deadly when he punched her […]