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16 Nov

Sikhs honoured for their community work at the House of the Lords

At a charity event organized by the British Community Honours Awards (BCHA) 2016 at the House of Lords on 21 October, three identity Sikhs were honoured. This was the 16th anniversary of the charity led by Yasmin Sheikh CBE (BCHA founder) and hosted by Professor Lord Patel of Bradford OBE. The function was attended by

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UK's First Sikh & Minority Judge passed away at 86
16 Nov

UK’s First Sikh & Minority Judge passed away at 86

TRIBUTES have been paid to Sir Mota Singh QC, Britain’s first ever ethnic minority judge, who died at the age of 86. He was found unconscious and was taken to hospital, but did not recover, one report said. His wife, Swaran Kaur, was quoted as saying, “He was a wonderful person who achieved so much

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12 Nov

Manmohan Singh- First Pilot of British Indian Airforce

Manmohan Singh was born in September 1906 in Rawalpindi, now in Pakistan. He was the first Sikh aviator and the first Solo Indian to fly from England to India. He did his course from Bristol and after that, he did a two-year course in flying and aeronautical for which Indian government gave him a

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