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11 Murder Mystery Riddles. Can You Solve Them All?

For endless meal ideas with a healthy combination of protein, vegetables, carbs, and fat. | 25 Cheat Sheets That Make Cooking Healthier Less Of A Freaking Chore

For endless meal ideas with a healthy combination of protein, vegetables, carbs, and fat. | 25 Cheat Sheets That Make Cooking Healthier Less Of A Freaking Chore

Canada's first turbaned RCMP officer, Sergeant Baltej Singh Dhillon, British Columbia Provincial Intelligence Centre, Royal Canadian Mounted Police at the 2010 Sikh Remembrance Day Ceremony sponsored by SikhMuseum.com

Canada's first turbaned RCMP officer, Sergeant Baltej Singh Dhillon, British Columbia Provincial Intelligence Centre, Royal Canadian Mounted Police at the 2010 Sikh Remembrance Day Ceremony sponsored by SikhMuseum.com

Bangladesh takes Birth1971.General Niazi of Pakistan Army surrenders to India's Lt.Gen Jagjit Singh Aurora(in turban) with largest one time 93,000 POWs.

Bangladesh takes Birth1971.General Niazi of Pakistan Army surrenders to India's Lt.Gen Jagjit Singh Aurora(in turban) with largest one time 93,000 POWs.

Battle-hardened Sikh veterans of Montgomery’s Desert Rats stride along a desert track. The British troops who defeated Rommel in North Africa came from virtually every corner of the Empire; Englishmen fought alongside wiry Gurkhas from Nepal and bearded Sikhs from India, as well as Scots, Canadians, Australians, South Africans and New Zealanders.

Battle-hardened Sikh veterans of Montgomery’s Desert Rats stride along a desert track. The British troops who defeated Rommel in North Africa came from virtually every corner of the Empire; Englishmen fought alongside wiry Gurkhas from Nepal and bearded Sikhs from India, as well as Scots, Canadians, Australians, South Africans and New Zealanders.

Lt.Gen J.S.Aurora, A Sikh Hero of Bangladesh liberation from Pakistan 1971. Total of 93,000 Pak. Army laid down arms, largest number of POWs in one go. Wow!!

Lt.Gen J.S.Aurora, A Sikh Hero of Bangladesh liberation from Pakistan 1971. Total of 93,000 Pak. Army laid down arms, largest number of POWs in one go. Wow!!

Sikh General Zorawar Singh, captured Ladakh and western Tibet for the Sikh Kingdom of Lahore around 1843-44. Kashmir & Ladakh henceforth became permanent territorial gain for British India.

Sikh General Zorawar Singh, captured Ladakh and western Tibet for the Sikh Kingdom of Lahore around 1843-44. Kashmir & Ladakh henceforth became permanent territorial gain for British India.

Recapturing moments of Kargil war |The Times of India

Recapturing moments of Kargil war |The Times of India

Baldev Singh, the first post WW II Kesadhari (with unshorn hair) Sikh to serve in the US Military. He was drafted during the Vietnam War and his father Jarnail Singh Purewal was instrumental in changing the law so that Sikhs did not have to cut their hair if they were drafted.

Baldev Singh, the first post WW II Kesadhari (with unshorn hair) Sikh to serve in the US Military. He was drafted during the Vietnam War and his father Jarnail Singh Purewal was instrumental in changing the law so that Sikhs did not have to cut their hair if they were drafted.